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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 July 1909

cosspgmuoy mu u~mmrrwr or ?RAE ISU3D6*AL OMAN"~ AAINS? THEM. sqeft O gM AAmU - bmIngy Oulmpml me .mIr --Os~im a- Owpwd~ni larbr ( 8 mj is New Test July eL-ro Amermas sager aResalng meary, If a ets di' retmes and' two other al l wsel_ were iandicted by a esral aend Jry today e a cha rge at comepirey I restraintat trade sad violatieo at the Shermaa antru-tr law. The deeadwats wll answer to the indictments to court next Tuesday. Dates Beek Thirteen Years. The thread of ets leading t to today's Indictments may be traced back to 1896, when Adolph Segal, of Philadelphia, sole to the American Sugar Refining company a sugar rw finery, which he had built and for a time operated at Camden, N. J. Some years later Segal took over the old Pennsylvania ugar Reining com pany of Philadelphia, which had s.e. pended busines in 1898. By 1903 Segal had a new plant nearly com. pleted and was ready to compete in sugar reining. Meantime, however, he had engaged extensively in other real estate promotions ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 July 1909

e--- THE NIlERIAN 3A$Y. sesss With Water inide a,4 o t at Daiy .Meramn Teiet. Ma.reas o t he Wet p bei late' eed to hear the detail of the NiWeri an atve baby's mrating toilet. AaY tin over three months old to no leaier a "aby" to the native mater families and is bathed with the other children, generally a numerous brood. Io the bill morning air before sun dse. The little mite yells lustily while the cold water is splashed over its brown body and generally contin ues the chorus when put aside to dry. ebweb do not form part of the house. bold equipment fhe bathing proeess finished, the Itantas are subjected to a sort of water care treatment The mother seiaes a child. ecoops up a handful of water, ani, using her thumb as a kind to sprt, squirts it with extraordinary dedteoity Into the youngster's mouth and down its throat. Protests il the shape of loud gearlea. horrible chok tags and desperate struggling are quite unheeeJ. The steady stream of water continues to pour down the child's ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 July 1909

1111, ý+ rsr.. Skr gss l r --tab.r )r t AOf i Ut oWtbk St a te be tblttr aft h tmws A &m Watch airr M isYIYL· trr CrlL M &M I_& Wal Cw &q~tmL id t4. r Is dhdmedy sm krn say sh inn.nm you evr temed. Just try we cm sea i !sane. a beosin. a meal-tinaem. aky. n basaend at freqeaat embn . *Me - mial for brnakest, ie for buses. soad .tiies at dowor - pper. Lik aD .1 L~ly's Feed -?sudute It b aemm by aead prsad - . ready keare., is s'aw "im White Ultobeaw the deas.e. uses sdessdclme isbsm is she weald. Orsb "opr, rladypsa-wi LbbyPr. Feeds are- Eii b brtnW--M~or sw slow Weis. Er tree boekie.-"9.w at uske Good Thiape 3..ss". Islet is emi 51b -a yew .1# 8Iw -' a1 O."- am a tsd.. 7a Ji. s.. ·rwri A o A Hord of Pat stout Rssdy for Msrkst The preeat era of high prices for all forms of feeding products makes .it tmperative to exercise the greatest discretion In feeding beef cattle for market. This conditlon must give emphasis to the three fundamentals of beet production, via: The ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 July 1909

Through a Woman's Heart. By Sidney Warwick. CHAPTER XXVIII-(Coitinued.) Before the doctor had finished .peakiag the green bale door that ahut of Ralph Strangways' rooms from the rest of the house suddenly opened, and a tall, elderly man in a long, green dressing gown, supporting himself by a gold-headed, tasseled tick, appeared at the doorway; and Doaholt Hume. startled at this sud den unexpected apparition, cried: "Ralph Strangways!" "What' this? What's this I hear?" the old man dentanded., querulously. looking from one to the other, frown nag under his white, bushy eyebrows. Though it was years since Bonholt bad seen Mr. S:rangways. he saw that the eyes wrre as aiert and keea ns ever. though the man himself ap peared to ha:e aged very much. And here was Italph Strangways, owner of Pride o I ife, in the flesh, not so Ill but that he was up and about and all tiat mystery that Anthony Strantways, usually a cool, level-head ed man of the word, had conjured up about his cousin evidentl...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 July 1909

Local IHpedg I·~1I-~ T1T- H. W. Cliek, d EsIpedm a was imewa pim sder - as does runm Ppler Wedessy. C.C C. ewy. ed Cas. . D..wa is teen Tueda. Waed.-A ae gidr. apply t Mrs. . G. Auset Calbeeas. suts P. j. ae aud.O. .Aseeo spreat deO thard of July at eanmnle. tack Lawera p- we trwo 1eie Pascha sesineaeyaseerday hr thewema Oeo.. Lewlas . F. .Ms and A. F. Bed, a otd Peplur, were isa Clbertmo Mias Frusels Macgager, od Redadse apgueest l Mr. nd Me . . W. Toaner this wei. ony P. Huagiese., of to U. s. Sar gparty. r eated at Poplr. was is tews last Friday. Goe D. R. Brocmes Rueident Deatlt Ose. l PFirst National Bask balMing, Cfl-rstam. Meet. g George Omsteu the mrchat ad elal mlder at Celridg. Most. was Ia tows Wsedesdly ae bhsuias. Thomas Fsemems, of Willistea speat Tuesday Ia Cbahertso visiting his daugh term. the Mies Rose and Flomio Freemes. See the Myer Ratchet Hladle Basuc h Pip. Thee Way Single Acting Foie Paps. at Meae's Hardware Store. 4ttf ChIs. J. Rpep, the paiee mus of Greet F...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 July 1909

Pm CONGRIESS "bn ,mIrad the Arid and Wase Lab late Fertile sad Predactlve Farms. Thi Dry Farming Cogrm is now or pitd, with some persisteacy sad deter amation to be heard from ib the matter of urging its claims upoe the atteatioe of the peblic. The faith thtb the promoters sad operators of this associstion hase in their claims of dry farming methods, well car ried out. cannot be questioned, says the editor of the Twentieth Century Farmer. The experiences and results of careful and persistent work in crop-growing efforts are the evidence that is offered in testimony of the feasibility of dry farming methods and dry farming as as industry. It is not surprising that there are the doubtful, the skeptical, the unbeliever in converting the dry land of the arid west to agricultural purposes, the growing of crops. the cultivation of orchards and forests, the establishing of homes and the building up of commercial interests and industries on these lands; we say that it is not surprising that...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 July 1909

*- ~~~ * Vou AS 0® am! Fm 5 Ta a wa, Vi wIL PUS$UU WITH £oGrnSIV AND CONSTANT SUYRYIL ,"s~ VOZ: Vii 110.i tr :k~c -~ ,.,~ " i'CULU11RRTON, VALLEY COUN1TY, -I TANA. FRIDAY, JULY 16, t9s09.yg~ m ihi r  maiw· J-· .· s .. _- __ "RWICARDS"I FLY FI - -C For ke ping files off Horses and Cattle. Gal. Cans - 90c 1.2 gal. can - SOc Quart cans - 30c VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxeol, Proprietor PAITF YoJt HOUSES NW I With LYON BRAND PAINT : We handle the Lyon Brand : :Ready Mixed, 100 per cent Pure : SPatht in all shades and colors.: : Also every thing needed in Var- : : nihes, Wood Fillers, Brushes, 2 Paint, Combs, Etc. : * Our Purniture Line is now complete in Every Detail. See us before you buy your furniture. " S. S. MOEN * THB HARDWARE AND PURNITURE - MAN . ***************OO e ee neeOOO OOO OOOO O00 0OOi St. Paul Hotel (NBAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter BoM. Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. 'ITY DRAY LINE L. B. 0OHOW, PROP. Dra"la Done on Short Notice at Rea...

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 July 1909

searchlig'ht sIi ~a, 2a. _. - Most.. *mj;,- ?e at ICs Vent., vnC. lwatMach 9dCq . tUANK I. iED,. Editor a"drOpatr ?Tms-4* advace, per year ........ s.on Advartialg Rates, very rasnbe will be frd application at this offce Owr, ta3es. MosT., July 16, 190. TiE FIRST REPUILICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The Polytechnic Institute of Billinrs. t, Moot.. will open its doors for pupils on the second Tuesday in September. The Poly techaibcas for its chief aim the giving to st every young man and woman of the North- BI west the opportunity of receiving a useful education. The cost of attending this school has been reduced to the:minimum. A limited number will be given the chance of working for one-half of their expenses. Catalogue and other information'can be'se cured by writing to Lewis F Eaton.Direc tor of the Institute. Billings, Mont. The Saturday Evening Post has this to tl say in regsrd to the United States Senate * Consider the collossal joke The people of the United States ar...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 July 1909

I'm .t r ao emgc* d , ~ ag News Ei Nkwq Sinus M MT1R W. 00IMI. - 11S m tmK oiabsa. the Arteioe w ateolsena, as ansu * Ayestir ale toe D S* _ te the bodiesoet the Eies r p o. e ter em u ad thegt pd Ames sica Sas seiu s ftea thee poai e- there he.si only eIn Deash ea as the eL emeat I a the strela to, d satIpelan ma tahe t a* d lo Anr bus Bay tomorrow algit A resoleu tics sismed by 100T* Am1r5nas of Danish descent, espiunas their love for the mother oontry sad their pride Ihn Amerloa nitisaenhtp, whlet will he read at the oedieal com ns , is considered aeat in importance to President Teat's merage, which also will be read. The following dispatch from Copen bagen gives an acount of the Fourth of July celebration at the Aarhus ex position. about which so much was written: Aarhus was a mass of Dan ish and Amerlican colors in honor of the celebration of Independence day tomorrow under the auspices of Dan Ish Americans. Even the poorest of the houses are covered with bunting. The Danlsh-Am...

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 July 1909

ArualV E. ERE Pa' ° *"i T ON. * * ONTANA. CHANGE ;6 ENGLISH RACING. Plat Gee WIN Give Place to Steeple chasing and Hurdles. There has been a great change li the character of English racing in the last fifty years. Away back in 1783 there were held in the United King. dem 99 race meetings. Of these 58 lave been entirely abandoned. In 184B there were 138 meetings held, of which 82 are now abandoned. At the present time, says Bailey's Magazine, we have 92 flat race meet' lags, that is, there held exclusively under Jockey club rules, and 155 steeplechase meetings under the rules et the National Hunt ccmmittee. The immense incre'se of steeple. edase meetings and the abandonment of mary old fashiond flat racing meet. tlgs, which oftr.n combined Jumping races, is accou. :d for in a great measure by the r:::e that no meeting should be permlt.',l that did not give £300 a day in priz .F, and that no flat race should be of less value than £100 to the winner. This rule has been the deathblow to...

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 July 1909

~;·4~-: ,_",a -·- i~u~: · ·r '''"s'·:~:*·.p ... i: ~, s ·rl 16: *r~4 j ·r ~YLC~. OrA~bilbq i. ' ýir S&As Jam: ' . . IN WISCONSIN @rw. .. Vd Wifl Bwinuinstlfl L ca Wide Swath ta Doef mad Mattesa Mahtag AsUsak Eaperiaamt )Itrru at Wa~r U ii310lsbA.ttII Into the enieersas maw da a& 0S0 test ih dbameer and 43 feet height a vast quantit ot eare fed ea. be tucked away. From sok a silo a Waukesha county (Wis.) air market. ed durlng the peat wnter ,000 fat weeter-bred lambs. As results a this case showed a proait of around $1100 better testimouy as to the vates at slegs for lamb finishidg purose could not be desired. For the purpoe of making compmrlsos the firm fed during the winter a smaller bead of the same Mkid of lambs oa bay and corn, and that operation barely paPd expenses. The Waukesha feeding was largely of an experimental nature aad was revolutionary in that the rain ra tion was reduced to a minimum and silage forced on the stock. Results were so convincing that the ratios ...

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 July 1909

Through a Woman's Heart. By Sidney Warwick. CHAPTER XXIX-(Conttnuwd.) And inside the house behind those locked gates Jack Lathom was in con versation with Miss Strangways, t thanklng her for having saved him Lathom. still in the dressing gown in f whleh he had played the part of Mr. Btrangways sufficiently well to have deceived both the detective and lr. f Boaholt Hume. His "make-up" and - rendering of the character of an old 1 man on the stage had suggested to the f doctor the idea of this daring disguise. s "I am sorry. Miss Straneways. that i circumstances compelled me to imper sonate your father." Lathom was say- c tug to the girl. "But it was the only thing to do." c broke in the doctor. Perhaps Dr. I Brewer. in helping the hunted man, 1 had not been quite disinterested-had t indeed turned the unexpected circum stances that had arisen to serve his i own ends. "And you deceived them both completely." "You deceived me Just for the first moment into thinking that you were I my fat...

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 July 1909

I· S : c IpI5Wg I 11 Uhear Weigh was daws teem me3lea j. D. Maibib od Radeose, was is towa Wedoas. . 0. W. oey was daos free Plenty- - wed Wetaem.r. N. N. Pt.saes, o C mlberso. joiued a the Sgarekiight Hoaer Ra this west. e G to D. R. Broemksa ResdaMt Detist Om s Fis iat Naiotbl Bask bildmg, I Cahartson, MIst. et 1 A.P. L Dis. DaswValley. was i tows Ist SaturSday ad rmeewed his abs I scrlptioa to the Searhlight. I "Ply Ri" is aot a flying anache. 1 ga.e at the d a the VaBey Drng Co, willsiorn yem as the sabjsict. 1 Sea the Meyel Ratchet Headle Bre.h I Pipe. Thre Way Single Actiag Forcel Peip, at Moe's Hardwas Store. 47.f The Curbertson ferry boat is mow rum miag fliry well with Natoe Baker as cap- i tai·l but a new boat is ma led befe the i heavy fall traDe begips The Royal Naeghbor Lodge meets the I firstad third Wedneeday evenm g in each I meath at Masonic Hal in the S. S. Moes 1 block. Mrs. G. H. Coulter. Soc. tf la making up the last pag of the Sasrch light this week the head "N...

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 July 1909

CILDIEN KILLED Two Utle Ome Ra Dewn by Trati Nesr Kmmare July FPerth. A pitiful accident occured about noon Sunday, July 4th, two miles southeast of Kenmare. Louis and Rachel Vadnais,two small children of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Vadnais were run down by the Soo passen ger train No. io6,and were terribly mangled. The children wandered from their home, which is about a quarter of a mile from the track and were playing on the grade when the train approached. The engineer was unable to see them on account of a curve in the track and when he did, thought they were a couple of small white dogs but discovered his mistake when nearly upon them. The brakes were put on but of no avail and the engine passed over the children, a leg was severed from the boy and the girl lost part of an arm and a portion of one foot. The mangled forms of the children were placed in the baggage car and the train hurried back to Ken mare, where they were taken to the hospital. The boy died that evening from has injurie...

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 July 1909

9W . . I00U - t- " ...... Oy1F J Nfl crr *AS awr swatsrprrrr sam ~ r earn n ns ugS&t~IrZ aL uam win &GS3YSm anr cowsnur sunomuact" V- -OL Vhf. NO0, z.. CUISRWW., V... TANA. FR . ,-A.. JULY as, ,g • ,s=..,PEE.YEAR "RICHARDS" For keeplng flies off HIor!. and Cattle. OaL Cans - 90c 12 gal. can - 50c Quart cans - 30c VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huzeol, Proprietor MNIOURIVIMES NOWI With LYON BRAND PAINT i We hade the yon Brand SReady Mtxed, 100 percent Pure 1 : Pait in. all shades and colors.: Also every thing needed in Var..: nisbes, Wood Fillers, Brushes, j SPaint, Combs, Etc. * Oiri Frurniture Line is now complete n Every i : Detail. See us before you buy your furniture. SS. S. MOEN • j TH8 HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN 0****e**O*********OOO***eeeeOese.. St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOTI rn. hig b9s-e Prep Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - ~ Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. BOHOW. PROP. Dray lag Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. OULBBRT'ON. MDONTANA - - - -...

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 July 1909

e gSearchlight. ter, Peme at Calbrns, r, M t., Uier AeCt d Can of Match 9. 379. FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprier. Tere-- advance. per year ........$.o Advertiaag Rates, very reaonable, will be farnished on applicatio at this osce. COSlnnrs. m. MowT., July 18. 1909. Already the citizens of Culbertson are talking over the questioo as to who shall be our first mayor. The names of I. L. Brooks. J. Z Broegger. G. W. Tanner. Dr. H. D. Edmonds and Thos. Courchene have all been spoken of as possible candi dates for the office at the bead of the city government. Dr. Edmonds sass he has not resided in the state the necessary three years and is therefore ineligible. Thos. Courchene positively refuses to have hi. name c3msidered and G. W. Tanner says be does not desire to be a candidate This narrows down the names of those so far discussed in the presence of the Search light reporter to I. L. Brooks and J. Z. Brnegger. Either of these gentlemen are well qualified for the position and would ma...

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 July 1909

Wohann'sJic ". By Sidney Wmlc CHAPTrn XXXL-..entames) 'Thank you vry mu!. Mr. Haum." Sold HaM. Is low. not quite stadr toaes, with a warmth abe " hd sot showa Mm sines his a0 mgt0 seem tsoa of Jack Lathem weeks agea The r rve ves suidily aLtread' at broke; she termed s ble the acon troi.able emeties that had swept over her and walned quickly away, iaving er brother and Mr. Huam together as the Inspector from Ullegsth p. lice station ase up. "I hope yes will pardon my later rouptia you. gotlemen," the nspareat or said, with a salute, sbut I have just coe from year hose, Mr. Home. I eard you had returned home, and I drove over expreesl to se you this afternoon. No need tor you to run away, sir." he added, parentabeticly, to the rector. "The fact Is, Mr. Hume, I want to ask you,-" The Inspector pased abruptly the faint sound of a small object shivertag to atoms on the pavement aremsted his words. Mr. Home had been smoking a cigarette through a mouthpIece; his teeth had suddenly closed ...

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 July 1909

e: SEARCHIGHT RANK & REED, Pa. ,UL RTSOt, * . MONTANA IEWS NOTES CONDENSED tb Evebs re r s There wVVV------w VwV Foreign. A new dirigible torpedo recently planned by a Swedish inventor has aroused great interest in Swedish. navai circles. The torpedo is operated by electricity. The Russian embassy at Constanti nople has addressed a sharp note to the port, calling the attention of the Turkish authoritie4 to the advance of Turkish troops Into Persian territory, north of Uremiah. and requesting their immediate withdrawal. The suffragettes in Holloway jail, London, who have been making trou ble for the authorities by refusing to comply with the prison regulations. have been ordered confined to their cells for a period of 24 hours. But their spirits do not appear to be de pressed, and they are as determined as ever to refuse to work or submit willingly to the treatment usually ac corded to criminals. The Peruvian government has given orders that passage money be ad. vanced to all Per...

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 July 1909

Se nomp h mMN, kmpm~jh.-. '"o1 etan st saw to by n.-" ,W wh uegie, ad= by memb Wa., st toWgt there dmat ser te be aay m abomut! Peltemn Had Drrwbeeka. Poet (to his eedeal ifrldm-Is there ayrtheg am o be~teal than to Ne those memplledt swes seat ape the lake' aiver ortmeet aow I would love t be oIe t*gt" - Whbatl Gao min with mae's stomach ae that dm d aerter all the ady? Not for ne, tank you." • Lh. e There's a marked distino tion between LbAN O**ked @oeaaed Mf and even *the best that's sold In bulk. Everd and mildly cured and scientifcally cooked in -U)a a.r, mwe. Ma a f n al the b atural Savor of the fresh, prime beef is retained. It is pure wholesome, delicious and ready to serve at meal time, Saves work and worry in summme Other Libby "Healthful" Meal-Time-Hints, all ready to serve, are: vOua 9 akw, ar ag eeam ahdw Obrw "Purity goes hand in hand with Products of the Libby brand". Write for free Booklet, "How to make Good Thing to Eat". Insist oa LOA*omt at your gocers. Wthy, hih...

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 July 1909

u~ianeus Doctor" Brought Big Sugar Trust to Bay Bold Fighter Forced Restitution of $2,000,000- Victory Follows Other Bumps. One bold Cghter, George H. Earle. of Philadelphia, has brought the Sugar Trust to bay, and forced from it a restitution of two million dollars. This Is an impressive demonstra tion that the present laws are not as impotent against powerful corpora tions as many agitators have contend George H. Earle, of Philadelphia, known as the "Business Doctor." he cause of his skill in patching up the affairs of wrecked financial concerns and putting them on a sound basis is the man who accomplished this nota ble victory, and thereby established a precedent that will often be used in a!milar cases. This victory on the part of MIr. Earle follows several other bumps that have lately come to the trust, and which have resulted in taking from its coffers $4,134,000 in cash and secur ittes. But even this big sum does not rep resent the inroads that have been made, for some ninete...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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