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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 June 1909

d as.. as calduas ase y ad ey bmrm h.p u the srk ins a Ie-r day. O., dgkr" qphgiprr ba$ wo -coos rs asd soar d* wian *a t. ap Bshe msised bcas m e aa yei tatda whtm he had bhee ceded two weeks ao ea esoatIt i dstea iaLm. Last spets.dim was imag a dy. tr. Bas wEl remm his pilsoe with the Reed Cash Gary. Man ThIms is wbolmeals agrt fer Scaeidra dear and Drry Soft Dah.s, Layve ýrdss at Eagle Salooe. phboe S. 44d Theeclipse.gd the sea yesterday was soaed is Calbetoas aboet ; p. m. sad last ad about two htars. It was osly a partial clps . a this td, Mt s thane ohalf of them s's fc obehlg coromd at say aos time by ths moa. For Rest--Good 4 roo esttye stable sad cbichem hore at t.o per mnth. F. S. Reed. ow.esa tl I mblght toe THE MINT SALOON MAX 60NION, rOP. Dealer In Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars Pure Liquors for Family Use a Specialty. A Share of Your Patrosage is Respectfully Solicitated. Culbertson,. Montana "..o@ieoieoieooo"eoooe@oeooo@!oeeo@ooSO4 T. COURCHENE Townait...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 June 1909

A GOOD GAME Was P3ayed Sumay aftem Ib Ft twmns the Local Team and Williston. Quite a few spectators turned uts on i Sunday afternoon-the weather being per ftrct-to witness the baseballgamebetween CalbertsMo and Willistem. The game was a good one with but a few errors. Slette p. and McCormick c. did good work while the m team work with a bit more practice will give a good account of itself in the 4th and p 5th of July series of three games at Minot. The boys seemed too anxious to win in Sunday's game but came out in very cred itable style to the tune of 4 to a in the vis- cI itors' favor. The lineups were as follows. Williston-Cutting s. s.; Vassly ke I. f.; o Dodds tst b.; McAllistor r. f.; Settle zd b.. Bruegger 3d b.; Meehan c., Leech c. l.; Botton p. a Culbertson-Dean ad b., Bostwick c. f.. Catlin r. f.; McCormack c.. Slette p.: Dick I: Edmonds 3d b.: Albright s. s . Skelly I. f.; Dave Edmonds tst b. Jim Trower acted as umpire for both sides and did it a fair and impartial man ne...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 June 1909

SO3UR OYTO: '*AS GOD 0GIV US LIGHT TO ARAMCH FOR TBU RIGHT. THAT. W WILL PURSUE WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVEILLANCE." VOL. VIII. NO. to. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 8909 _.oo PBI_ ,2l0AR _ _ _ _ ___ ___ Is. PRO YEAR Victor Talking SMahinew. and. Edison's - - Victor Single Records - 60c Victor Double Records - 75c Edison 2-minute Records 35c Edison 4-minute Records SOc We have just received a large stock of latest records. Will be glad to have you look them over. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Hu:sol, Proprietor SPAINT YOUR HOUSES NOW With LYON BRAND PAINT We handle the Lyon Brand: : Ready Mixed, 100 per cent Pure: : Paint in all shades and colors. j Also every thing needed in Var : nishes, Wood Fillers, Brushes, 2 Paint, Combs, Etc. * Our Furniture Line is now complete in Every . : Detail. See us before you buy your furniture. : i S.S.MOEN ! * TH HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN $**************************************I St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) .sn. Pfter Bos, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 June 1909

The Searchlight. em9Me Ma as. spa. - 9.-asl Mautter. C t , at., g Uvder Let Cagres & March . 5W. FRANE S REED. Editor aad Poprietor. .aTer s- va e. per yer........ o l Adverting Rase very mnl wil be farnlbmo a pplicatioa at this ofce. OUws. RiasO. MoMx., Jtne . 1l09. i TEE FIRST REPUILICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. At the meeting of the executive committee of the Montana State Press Association at Butte, July tith, E. H. Cooney of Great Falls l Leader, James A. Metcalf of the Glendive Review and F. S. Reed t of the Culbertson Searchlight, were appointed as delegates at large from Montana to the Nation al Editorial Association, which meets at Seattle in July. The editor of the Searchlight received his credentials yesterday from Ira Cole of Forsyth, secretary of the State Press Association. This is considerable of an honor which came unexpectedly to the writer, as membership in the National Assocition as much sought after, especially at this time when such a delightful co...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 June 1909

eurssm n mery i CM.ia amhp S New York Tea. droi O Mdct. faremakwr w ire. Sige of OWE War Pm, e eaUslp-hi ms New York. Jaoe 1L-Pakeed I a steamer trunk. tied with ropes gd left in a story room ia a houe oou pled prinhlperly by Chinese, the body et a young womma was dseovered. All indleatons are that It was a mar der by strangulatim. While the body had not been identiled the pollee be lieve that It may be that of a young woman mssimonary. The pollee in their. tnvestigations found Henry a Bar nett. wh bs Interested In the Amerl eantsing of Chinese. He gave the p0. lice a rluaible lue In that he de scribed a Chinaman who formerly oc eupled the room where the body was found. While there is no direct evi dence to connect this Chinaman with the murder. thefact that he was the last occupant of the house makes him a valuable witness at least. lgeil' Daughter Missing. Pault lgel, son of Gen. Frans 81igel of Civil war fame, was also summoned to police hea4quarterse. His daughter has been mismi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 June 1909

PRANK g RaEE, Pak A grga.ti, * MONTANA. W ON WM INI II IO eawel as News Wet IdT s Coe asesd hr Us amy 3edes. WASINOTON NOTES. In exeeutive session the senate confrmed the nomination of Robert 0. Valentine of Massachusetts to be commissioner of Indian affairs. The department of agriculture has decided to Investigated the charges made by J. F. Harms against the meat Inspection system at the National stock yards, East St Louis. Specfleations have been Issued to rOspeCtive bidders for the two 26.000 on battlebbips Arkansase and Wyo ming. authe e last congress. ldsd will be opened about Aug. 15. Gov. James H. Brady of Idaho has Tequested the navy department to send the battleship Idaho to Seattle on Idaho day at the exposition and re celve the silver service that the state will present. The national conference on uniform legislation will be held In Washing ton. D. C.. on Jan. 5. 6 and 7 of next year. The dates were fixed at a meet. lag of the executive council in New York. President Taft...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 June 1909

1a ". sce.. sar *ouet ito assw - "Jatr serie as-r dE4 m art I a w n rtd atagr eat # baest - _anaart p g t bean a death seeai baU ak5 sea a beg. WUstenanbes Casiblsi at T. sum. -gre r shea the a-sa ai isga as tbowh they were a de* h warrmat The ita tmat cost yuJeast as mes as esat wraggr's Spearmint with a spear an it The man who marries a garrutlos woman for her money sees begis to -eal the ast that moar taks. DoR. J. H. RINDLAUS (peallaet), lye, s ese and Threat. Pargs, N. 0. Time waits for so man. The only chap who an beat It is the musicilan. elep yourselt. Wrigley Spearmint help. digestion. tllowiag a fad is a ahort out to folly. Food Produ Are Bee For Vew Taib Because they are .made of the choicest materials and guaran. teed to be absolutely pure. LI hl fe Veal .. makes a delight ful dish for Luncheon and you will find, ame- D equally tempting for any meal. Have a supply of L·bp'a in the house and you will always be prepared for an extra guet. .et an b.y al ge t d poeus. a Mm A...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 June 1909

A PAGE FOR THE FARMER.] Wht Ooermient Experts and Other Promsinent Wrier ay on Agriculture and Albed Topics. PECULIAR KINDS OF FARM ING THAT ARE PROFITABLE Corner of Farm Too Poor for Cultivatioa or Pastaragd Can be Pat to Good Use in Various Ways. A Lady a Pet. That five acre lot away off on the northeast corner of your farm. unfit for cultivation, too poor for pasture < age, given over to nothing but weeds and a sheltered horde of grasshoppers t and chirping crickets--may be turned I into as profitable a piece of ground t as you may have on your whole quar ter section. "And those very weeds which in summer time overrun the little patch in thick rank growth. impregnating the air wth their strong heavy odor. I from which you turn in disgust, and in indignation, too, that these several acres are going to waste, can be made the source of this revenue." e So spoke an old botanist to one Il linois farmer who was grumbling over a particularly sterile piece of soil, says a writer in th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 June 1909

The Star MEAT MARKET Cham. Jarvis Prop. WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN THE SEACHI I LIGHT BLOCK, d About Monday, June 28, 1909 b with a full line of Fresh and Salt and Smoked Meats. All the Equipment is New, Clean and Sanitary. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. THE MINT SALOON MAX WONlON, PrOP. Dealer In Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars Pure Liquors for Family Use a Specialty. A Sbhare of Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicitated. Culbertson, Montana T. COURCHENE Townsite Owner Business and Residence Lots at very low prices. Secure what you want early before values increase. OULBERTSON, - - MONTANA ..*eeeeee·e**e e************************* * *ip : LIEN BROS. : : General Merchandise New Store and New and Clean Stock of Goods f throughout. Store opened about April Ist and s e now running. Prices as low as any in Montana. * OIVE US A TRIAL. * S Brockton, - - Mont. :I Livery, Feed & Sales Stable (THE JACK EVANS BARN) c K. M. KELLOOG, PROP. sI All the Traveling Men Know Kellogg. PH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 June 1909

muodY SITUoAED K ,a te.i ioe - oa te frm b,,. I o. j. S tt.r, LacaalI at h Utica, Nob. - i Utica. Neb., Jane :. 'gaop. 4 3didtr Seeicblight: I hbes bees writing m a bw leaes ao friends in Culbertsoa and a t woeld otdoto m ye , after ye hae nl bea sokind tels. and hown es so many ors The letters I have written are a l meet the twc simile of each other. l After all I elt ves'y sad at leaing Cal- oI bertsoe. hat I believe that I was leaving at m least some very dear friends. I did not T realise how mach I was attached to th la lace until the time ca to may "Good ci bye. We had a rather edious and tie sone journey oa our way here as a had g, tasay o erso log at Wrilma and Sioue x City. Bt we got be at lat, a week ago last ight night, all safe and sound though b smewhat tuckered out. a The people were wrating for as at the l train, and we were entertained at a nicwe home for two days until we got settled mt f the Masse. Our goods had arrived before e we did, d thenet day we got to ork on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 July 1909

-IN 75 -M 7V- 7 7 -Li .-- ___________ .. . . . ... . ... .. . _ .. . .. ..e r . ' . " ' . - - " , ,' ", ' , " 003 '~l A: oft GIY3S US USET TO UKASCE FOR TES 3303?. IW&Z.1/ w3IL PUMSU WITH ==MUSMIV AND CONSTANT SURYZI.LLNCL." ~oL. v N0. O. z, CULBB-'soI, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA. FRIDAY, JULY s, gagog. $o yLag Victor T "ra g Mahnis s and Edise. - Phonographs -, -- ; Victor Sin.e Records - Victlr Beoble Records - 7k8 -Edison 2-miaute Records Seo Edison 4.antnaute Records SOc We have Just received a large stock of latest records. Will be glad to hive you look them over. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxmol, Proprietor 1 PAINT YOUR OUSES NOW I With LYON BRAND PAINT j We handle the Lyon Brand :Ready Mixed, 100 per cent Pure ; Paint in all shades and colors. : SAlso every thing needed in Var nishes, Wood Fillers, Brushes, j Paint, Combs, Etc. " ! Our Furniture Uine Is now complete in Every : Detail. See us before you buy your furniture. e S. S. MOEN = * * THE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN 1_---.ee...

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

•'h Searchlight. t Mm% sr. age., as soweaam o r ei ,dC er d Maeh l . sSa. RIlAKE S. REED. Editor ad .Peoprt. Twin-t- avaes. par yer........ I-m dvwrtidg Rams. very renabla wfl be fssed on application at this o05e. OCSvastEsoN. MoMr., July s, 100. TIE FILST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. MONTANA STAR Teleplhoe Ceompany Opened Its Culberton Exachange Yester day Morning With Fifty Phones. The neat office building of the Montana Star Telephone Company in Culbertson was opened to the public yesterday morning, July :st, with Miss Amanda Thorsten son as chief operator and Miss Kathrine Westergaard as assist ant operator. Miss Thorstenson is a sister of Superintendent Thorstenson and has a claim near her brothers at Plentywood. She has had considerable experience in telephone work at Rugby, N. D., and oaja.left her position there a short m-e ~;' In the front office cf the local exchange is divided into two rooms, one open to the public and the other to be occupied by the oper...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 July 1909

TIAT WON_ f1AVE Aua mais UIo M Dolim wim oTre ami WINQit Stqpato Rtrm I*BY* Afr a daes yaSr ofe trial, ALam M. he deeaed that srh eaa amns - s her ees behave whUe before the pbll, sdt Is bag to toqut I -ae sad, In alt dematio Iafe, - pt their reoreateas. There s Mo hll s.lr thy .r -rt as she takes her depeartr., w In her stay aem OUs fm's boads --as has wmade smethig like a al ln dollar wih thmor lestams eye. Not all o that aliom uuialm , for sot every mpe tsilaso whiea the ittle Ireach eneluemne ogursl, has beeo a saeues, but mough of the p remains to assure ais Held.',' to be accurate, Mrs. aleld, comfort for the remainder of her day., and abe is Still a very youas womas at that. It is to the wtlbery of a woederftu pair of orbs that ases Held owes mast of her stage success. Whe she was first brought from Paris some drea years aego, shbe e yed a reputatna made on t other aide by her beauty, but the critics who, tiat noted herwot here, while con ceding that she was handsome, with 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. — 2 July 1909

SMONITAIN SfIRiTHEU OS!HAl MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF , THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUNDABOUT THE WORLD rpmplets Review W Happeinge of eatset Interest from All Parts of tes Beb--Latest Home and Feo WASHINGTON NEWS. Senator Aldrich ordered the senate Smsnoe committee to reduce the duty ce window glass. The health department Of the Dis friet ot Columbia has issued an order 'barrig roosters from Washington. Representative Cooper of Wisoon .ma, who was one of the leaders of the iasdrgent movement in congress, will -ot, it Is saiJ4 be reappointed chairt asn of the insular affairs committee. President Taft sent a message to eongresa urging an amendment of the law under which Porto Rico is gov. erned. Prank B. Kellogg, h "trust buster." deald the report that be had told the pesident he intended to quit the gov -rameat service. President Taft declared himself in aver of playgrounds for children In an etils. The bureau of statistles issued a tsport at Washingtos showing that in the ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 July 1909

*.. , it NOW "·· IAPTtR tfl.. s the drop t dmoo yo arme * a? d 1 "I to se Mr. 0181 at f , eas the hseate l am ewer sea t-esrow. - ur, esa't tel =e how Irsemrt Miss uSrnggs rsed past the gis to whem athe was aM ting the age earpeter to moe the st pleesm; ML . ChaMtert espete the ameanbe s the eemapes to ikat themalves geesally usetal. Lattbhm turned to surlris to usMe Mss Str - ways. "IPo eom to warmn you" ae whiS pered, ecitedly, dlrawing him aldd; "tht Is, If-if year name Is Lathbm? I as your blead; please understand that;: ad I want to helpyo,. A de teotive and Mr. Doabolt Hume have bee watching the p.rtorme, s at say time-" "YTm,' be aId, in a low voleo, I'm Iathom. It's good of you to trouble about me; I don't know how to thank pes." "You must lost no time. And don't leave by that door-that. way you ight run into the detective's arms! A trkend of min, Dr. nrever, Is wait. fg outsde the door en the other aide t help yoeu-ye can trust him." With the grlrL breathless words a -ghtin...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 July 1909

BENNIE'S FOURTH OF JULY By Mabdel Jones-Bash. BY MABEL JONEB-BUSH. tys Bennie's mother died when he was he barely three. His father, never a com- he petent man, was at his wit's end with inl end with two babies to "tend" and a his living to make. Naturally a sad end- to tag came to the unequal struggle. (I One day the men made a mistake in end hisa work, which together with his er record for man, absences, accom- bo plished his dismissal from the factory an where he worked; then Bennie and I bis brother went to the orphanage. wb When Bennie was just entering his we teens he seemed old enough and big hit enough to do work for the farmers le on neighboring farms. First It was me only light chores, like carrying water the to the men in the fields and gather- dir fang the eggs and runnJng errands; the but soon he was doing harder work, it each succeeding year staying longer cal away from the orphanage till finally ha be did not return at al!. his employer thi at the tin:e sending word t...

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

~i . thdu0i.Wpr - eb a he 1hadm-- a rirrrb a U YilB' ditpwortlr rlemr aqrdibo mtat myliaemsm . )Amnkmadamemless-1 bedew VIA sbampsem foe Nla. Ms: momqa b9oo i~ ad nubn mps tis inga.a t rootbliiL Mayvbe a WmbWdrra EeiLasra my raw Fiea omde be wa Stiuawab Cinbert a. bee keorn b same bar s lib tabs ak whis bmdibras b IUmhs~tr aseal Sq s Lib Savwd. Mv tdas boy, yoeatsn oli. ba a -wu attack eloeae We bad two acrd 3eaei whicc cured him mid hajim saved his Nifs.-W.UAAA N. Cae 00 h aMy lire each ye Give it with by abe Vafley avs Co desdlss sad acurs i awes. Fr a ils by do Valley Dad Cs. , i Trower & Mischke WELL DRILLERS Wells Drilled or Bored, from 4 to 24 Inches In diameter, with lead pipe, tiling or board curbing. CULBERTSON, - - MONT. ....ooooooo**oogoooooooooooooooooo@ooooo THE MINT SALOON MAX GONION, WOP. Dealer Is Wines ~d Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars Pure Liquors for Family Use a Specialty. A Share of Your Patroma is Respectflly Solicitated. Culbertson, Montana LIEN BROS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 July 1909

CO. CoMMISSIONER atmpertet Matters Acted Upm at the Jas neetlisg In Olasgew. (Pinm the Valley County News) After ordering the ceses takes sad election to be held atCulbertsoa and Malta determine whether thebs towns shall be ncorporated or not. the board thee ap p-inted Louis Jehasn, G. W. Tanner, I. L.. Brooks, Thme. Courchee and PF. S. Reed as judges and P. D. McCormick and H. D Edmonds as clerks at Colbert sos. and R. M. Traftoe, John Survant. Ph..Caselherg, J. F. Kilduf, and A. P. Ritchie as judges and Wm. McLellan and J. A. Treaser as clerks at Malta, to con duct the elections to be held at these places oa July seth. The beard then appointed R. M. Reichel as justice of the peace, Malta township, Chas. T. Eline and Tadd Mianick as justices of peace. Saco township; Lee Min nick as constable of Saco township; Julius Waber as justice of the peace, a..d G. H. Adams as constable of Hinsdale township: W. E Rhodes as justice of the peace of Glasgow township; Walter Mathews as justice of...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 July 1909

out MOTTo: 'AS GoD a veUs uas t To ua=acR rOT TTaM WRls WULL PURSUe wir Mooass R AxD COSTANT sUtRa .AIWcL VOL. VIII. NO. i. CULBER.SON, VALLEY COUNTY, ANA. FRIDAY, JULY 9, ago. .~~~I,- _ i · I '. J II I ,." , , Victor k.ing Mach and - Edi. A's - Ponographs -, Victor Single Records - 60c Victor Double Records ; 75c Edison 2-minute Records 3kc Edison 4-minute Records SOc We have just received a large stock of latest records. Will be glad to have you look them over. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxuol, Proprietor iPAINT YOUR HOUSIS NOWI I With LYON BRAND PAINT We handle the Lyon Brand Ready Mixed, 100 percent Pure Paint in all shades and colors.: SAlso every thing needed in Var- i : nishes, Wood Fillers, Brushes, 0 i Paint, Combs, Etc. * Our Furniture Line is now complete in Every : Detail. See us before you buy your furniture. S. b. MOEN THE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN i St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Pe.r aBns. Parp. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 July 1909

b.he earchllght. MIn Pb eat Curlbr eSt. Mat., U Ise Of Cm a lm do Maltd s5y. FRAlm S. REED., 3d tt o 5 Pdroetot. rs--a sva per yemr ........ o.eo Advert.Ing Raes very moalM. ll be frnIshed n applicati at this oc Ovw·Iassoe. MoUt., July 9, 191. TTE FIRST REPUILICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. DRIVING ASSOCIAT'N Citlens fet Last Night to Organ laz and Purchase Grounds for a Race Track. About twenty-five business men met in Stepbens Hall last evening for the purpose of forming a Driving Association C. S. Stafford called the meeting to order and nominated Dr. H. D. Edmonds as chair man of the meeting. He was duly elected and took the chair. F. M. Catlin was elected secretary pro tern W. T. Stephens was called upon to ex plain the purpose of the meeting and said in substance that a number of citizens were desirous of having Culbertson join the driving circuit with which the associa tion at Williston is connected. Also to have a track near t wna with permament base bell grounds in ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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