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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 August 1909

kR h. tomx p the "4I W*"- Ci Ara a, fr11 Cared Farm in sC/M' Coipta uaf LZk a li A.u, lU º was th mu rl the K wsk r4 t:ass -Iauoatsta G . G AMY gI the MubIta, the 00 w wthichk the as. wee Mel Mt a ein tin sea fought to wmun the aidan -seas fe tal. Rise, eeiwsmrat wth r5104, ca inta l Stbavey. theUg ealbs.,t' fltadas atop i ttimu el suft hd e m. Neer tI an th rs . ati sext -on hla Ite Gt MAiw ha = trma -·rml-ps . kr tht ev r The met Menis. Templ. 4 passed the one of today In spectace lar and pathetio features. The pa. rede formed at the beautiful Engle gate on South Temple street. First in line were the regulars of the Pit teenth United States infantry and the entire National Otiard of Utah, acting as escorts. Next camo the forty four departments of the Grand Army bf the Republic. the Naval Veterans, the Ex-Unfon Prisoners of War, and in carriages the surviving members of that devoted band of women, the Army Nurses. 8cattered through the line were nu merous military bands and fte and...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 August 1909

ESEARCWUJGHT RAFNK a REED, P. 'IN. T~ioe. -o.ONTANA. AS TOLD IN A LINE A BOIULIN DOWN OF THE NEWN OF THE DAY. EIIETiONE IN SIALL SPACE The Busy Reader Can Absorb In a Few Moments a Good Deal of Information. Foreign. The steamer Tango Mare brings news to Victoria that there has been a recrudesoense of piracy in South China and some tragic affairs are re ported, seven persons being roasted to death by pirates near Shuntak, af ter the capture of a castle-like house owned by one of the local gentry. In executive session the senate con firmed the nomination of William F. Sands of the District of Columbia to be minister to Guatemala. Mr. Sands is now secretary of the embassy at Mexico City and his promotion fol lowed varioup promotions of secre taries of legations, most of which were confirmed. In the belief that the millenium may be ushered in any moment, over 2,000 'Cooneyttes" are holding continuons prayer meetings at Ballinamallard county Fermanagh, Ireland. The pil grims have arrived...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 August 1909

s a .-What' the bast way to -M stle a qusost DI---to t ew about It CH11l HAD SIXTY HI0S Aad sSaead Amnnuty wlg a Me au1es4a*. sImr en Her aed. TlIoMUe aured by Oemado "WMa al atUe Itva was abeat - meths ed her entd broke oat to bals. a. hd abeot dotty In ll and I ewd Coeman buep ah Cal.uer otatmst whih easl her eath*ey. kome time lster a hme brebe eat be. Mad he ears sad anrad up em t her head mtl it was nearly halft ee. red. The bhrmer lookeI fIg a aals, very re with a slety, elar lali ea a-g from it This oearre. eery spritg. I always Oed COtinara fosp and Otatment wh ne aver tblid to heal It up. The last tls it broke eat it bamease bed that I was dg coaraged. Bat I eeatinud the anse Caticura hao, Olatment ani Daesel vent uantil abe was well and has anever ban troubled In the lant two yers. rs.L K A. Sohwera,. 8.4 S prng Wels Ave, Detroit, iebh, Fob S2, IS4." Sem an- a Om us e o ae. amsem, Unite to Fight the White Plagua Coalruing the recent statement ot Dr. Willam Oser that the sa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 August 1909

gh a Woman's Heart. 333 CHAPTER XXXIV--Continued,, h " rom the threshold at the drawing- ft room HIla watched- through the hall h door the ithe, gracetful Are of Mar- c Sart StraLgways pass down the path n the gathering grey of the twilight; the, the ma who had been sitting in o the car il the heavy coat came to a wards the house, leaning on her arm It with the air of an infirm, elderly man. through the hall, to where Hilda of stood, with moist, shining eyes, in the si doorway of the drawing-room. white. hb and scarcely able to control the emo ties that had swept over her. He caught her two little hands in his and d, they passed into the room. Miss a Strangways, remaining outside in the al hail, considerately closed the door softly on them. h "Hilda: Hilda:" She was In his arms, held close to h his heart, as so often in the days be- w fore the shadow had fallen across their ii happiness, with the masses of her I dark hair brushing his cheek and making his blood tingle at their soft ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 August 1909

i- H · I : ·--ij il Q .i e t.r. was is it j*, asn DeM Mansing ware is 1fmm iram as MeaBaIy. iJ.O.mlr. d .ono Falb. pi C-. heresn a yflrh as wessb .. . HeIalr W. d s mSsi. ht , atr day . sr te ea th Dabalt havast ds. I. C. ngary was dews taem ropsar. esesy. as via rs Wwas ld her smaher. Rjgss--m we is tes a eaple of dys this week. Wa. Wa hter. of Medise Labe. peaoh amds iaess Misaspoai thaethar ead tak it hams e M e.01 ls. Call eam Iss: Manny or repairs to g. Jay A. Ford, the well h eow sheep mao, e Pleatywaod. has rpned a gensral eare at that commig masteplis. A aew maeliae aeg.s has base iastalled la the Star Mest Market. The propristor Cha aeesrt.i, always has eve ythig up to date. J. Z. Braggar, .o Calbertos. and E. F Madse. of Dags ar, weat to St. Pual as b1siaes Se.lKy merniag. retrs.iag Wed seaday moraedg. Foe Rar.-4tood frame bemse with so acres Sder cltivatioe, 3( mims from Cal brteso. Rest easonable. laquire at Searc-g aad.s. Veri Bostwick. cashier of the Farmers a Merchats...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 August 1909

WE ARE MILLING the best flour that was ever put on the market for quality and uniformity. It is known as VIVO flour and whenever and wherever it has been given a fair trial the result has always proven our claims. Your groc er keeps it. Ask your Grocer for Vivo. Hanson & Barzen Milling Co. M. J. I)unn. Manager Wholesale and Retail Dealer. VALLEY MEAT MARKET CHAS. FARRELL, Prop. Will Sell Everything a First Class Market Should Handle. Culbertson, - - Montana * IBLACKSMITH SHiOP " 'MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) Blacksmithing of all Kinds and l " Wood Work Horse Shoeing a Specialty Culbertson, - - - Montana IooSoooooooee...*oooooooo000 eoo eeeeo oee S- THE - a Red Blacksmith Shop GaEO. BALFOUR, Prop. Successor to Louis Johnson $ M General Blacksmithing and a Woodworking of All Kinds Horse Shoeing and Plow a Work a Specialty. CULBERTSON, MONT. MAX GONION, PROP. Uealer in Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars Pure Liquors for Family Use a Specialty. A Share of Your Paironage is Rapec...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 August 1909

FYR. VIii. NO. at. CUL f1fl; t At t*? COUNT'Y,' Uf'ANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST to, tgoý 02. rut0 i akd o the fam ous Olives grown in the District of the Riviera Ia Northern Italy. (et our price on pb imported Olive Oil. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. nl.sol, Proprietor IPAlNETYOURIOUES.NW "" With : YON1RAriNDPAINl We handle -the Lyon Branc * Ready Mixed, 400 per cuet Pure j Paint in all shades and colors.: Aldelvery thing needed in Var. : nishes, Wood Fillers, Brushes, j 2 Paint, Combs, Etc. * * Our Furniture Une is now complete In Every : Detail. See us before you buy your furniture. e SS..MOEN ! * THE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN " St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. PeW 3Bes., Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fin, airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L,. B. SOHOW. PROP. Dray lag Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. QULBBRTBON. MDONTANA Money to Loan on Improved FARMS ! Drafts on all foreign countrie. Satiety Deposit bases for aet. Steamship tickets to and fron all Fsralgu C.u...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 August 1909

The Searchlight. mdMay a.t, gan. -.a~ Sinnd Mfa~e. Pisamima at ;dbm 9. Meast. Unlar at e t d Marchgt, sape FRANKE . REED. Editor wad Proprietor. Termae-4a abance, per year........eo adderd al Rates. vary remoabie. will be fwraiaihdow application at this office. CO3.333sY3. Mom?., Aug. 20. 1909. TIE FIIST REPUILICAN PAPER STARTED IN VAllEY CO., MONT. The Valley Tribune, published at Bainville, came out last week under the new management of W. C. Mitchell, with four pages of home print and much improved in appearance. Oscar A. Nelson. who had a claim near Medicine Lake, died Wednesday of ty pholid fever after an illness of about two weeks. Mr. Nelson was a young married man and leaves a young wife and one child. He was a brother-in-law of Louis Tipp. The young man would not admit that he was sauffering from typhoid and would set allow proper naming and treat ment until the disease had worked its deadly course. The funeral was held from the Presbyterian church in Culbertson ye terday a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 August 1909

04 04 A A 10 ADVE ALL, DAINTY T~tE 9aIiAT tO$IDIORATIOW tit UNDERWEAR. Dame Pasme.t ues lushst Osuss mand Is ThaMb-Ue i 6hew hOsnet af e e" of oe isgv Is some ot the risdrwar weis newadwo that a moal eay seeM weB be wrttea ma the ansgeet. Bat ah whole tthh ad the msate is that the weirees a thON s We4bet. mes prments, wbhl Sm the *eoapsr ttre si aem3a armusse, what their moams mateebles smd a lers an Fashionable Under.arment. znlsntormed as to the correctness of their taste. Dame Fashion, above all ladies on earth, has no liking anywhere for coarse splendors, and when it comes to the secret garment, that holy ral ment which wraps women closest, she is a veritable martinet in opinion, commandiag always the most delltiate materials and dainty work one can afford. In fact, the good lady seems to say to each of her daughters as they start forth for k debauch of "white" shopping. "Remember you are alady, my dear." COAT SETS IN STRIPED LINEN. Decorated in Manner Described. They Are One of...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 August 1909

P*AM 400 -vi S TU II A VI~E A OILUNG DOWN OF THE NEWS OF THE DAY. NENTENED U SILL SPACE The Busy Reader Can Absorb In a taw Moments a Good Deal of Information. Foreign. A special dispatch from Teheran says that Mohammed All, the deposed shah of Persia, will leave the country August 17, and that the young shah, who is his favorite son, is downcast at the prospect of a separation from his parents. He has no desire to be * ruler. Madame B. P. Oayan, the wife of the Argentine consul general at Buda. pest, In a sudden At of madness, drowned two of her children in the sea at Clrkvenca, Hungary, and was restrained with diculty from putting an end to the life of her third child and herself. The Duke of the Abruzui has estab lished another record In mount.-.a climbing. He ascended Mount God wln-Austen to a height of 24,600 feet. Perfect weather was enjoyed during the ascent. William Sterne, the long distanca swimmer of Manchester, attempted to swim across the English channel from South Forel...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 August 1909

*.ends. s -*'I - be asqm hate gi MAgd Sladh isu lia/sd ed M Mse IV tea 11- .e ....... I wit. a br et r beit thea a hasm be T pale~ s d ay ewatam e .wemed mowe ekeS booM War. Wood mads mos - eea the goeat ces ase may salsp. bagsem uer my dmomsotaW ma dod mas besy bud?. My ears ware mbesti a a temd em I was a e theyl woebl brear M ote Urovy beai Ia m a ahet lett eatI I scoue noet aO dew for mya dethsM vwel dik to the raw usa Maedhg leas, a me si res m e e sw utba the ats. My f thl ioeter deid be cola, but I oat woraa sa woe. My seedltos waseawlti I dei asleds I ooN le, anmi d wmated teath Mt scme and en my otd sapal alsing "In this soadltlon ag Sethee* bossed me to try no Oatleura Ki ohmes. I saeIwouldbtt had an hope at resovery. But qh,what blussed re liet I exporleeosd atter aiglps Cui. am cOiatment. It cooled the bimoias end IteabIg lesh gem broag- am the irst resl slep I had had In wos. It was as grateful as ioe to a herolag toague. I would bathe with warm water sad Cudeora Soap, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 August 1909

FfbORDEN ON DIE Agtrian Authority Gives His Ideas on Vegetarianism. Unable to speak Favorably of the sert That Excludes Milk and Eggs from the Menu-Prefers Plesh. less Kind. Vienna, Austria. - Agalist "flesh less" vegetarianiam there is, in prin dple, nothing to be said; but that stricter form of vegetarianiam which exclades all animal products, such as eggs, butter, milk and cheese, often involves serious perth to the consti tetion. Such is the dictum of the gratest European authority on diet arg. Dr. Karl Noorden, professor of internal mediciae in the University of Vienna, who has just given the lay world some interesting and valuable lections upon the subject of vege intanlal At the outset the professor care fully distinguishes between the two kinds of vegetarianism. The first, he thinks, might better be called "flesh less." as they avoid only what comes from the dead animal, and, therefore, all meat and meat products, such as meat soupe, meat extracts, peptonas, jellies and marg...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 August 1909

~~Del Jim Heilmer eae dew. freer Pqhlr -s Gef t. Varenig, it Homeemad. was Ia taw. essor. Ablel Uleklae. of Medicine Lake. was is -ws Theeeby. o. a.' Sesnier, .1 Mesd, was a Cal bheesb visleor Tuseday. Mrs Chee. Husber. of Beleaille. was in tows everd days thie week. For RLt-O4ges ia the Opera lesee Blosh. Isquire of Taamer & Ds'S. ' Davi Watson. of Poplar. was shakfag beads with Culbertson friemds s Mea day. Hemry 31m. od Elmias. Dawson cous ty. wau is owuns let Friday and joined thu sen-elig hersea. Call as Isem M: rray for repairs to ga oline s.ehos, eta. Albs agast for the best engians an the marset. 2tf Harry Mitchell, the sem of S. P. Mitchell sai res an attack of pinesae poisoalag Tuseday, but is sow recoverlag. Foe Ramr.-4-room frame bosse with to aces ader cultivatio.. j milek from Cal hertson. Rest reasonable. Inquire at S-amblight o.o Loals Nelson and Frank Hal, formerly beakers at Kermit, N. D., were in town last Friday, aad weat up north to look up a location for a ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 August 1909

CUTTING GRAIN that eventually comes to Sthis mill is a guarantee of the quality of the wheat as only the best obtainable is used in the VIVO BRAND As we have every facility for perfect milling is it any woad er that the brand of floor is the mnest on the market? Try it of your grocer. Ask your Grocer for Vivo. Hanson & Barzen Milling Co. M. J. Dunn, Manager Wholesale and Retail Dealer. VALLEY MEAT MARKET CHAS. FARRELL, Prop. Will Sell Everything a First Class Market Should Handle. Culbertson, - - Montana R. N. Anderson !BLACKSMITH SHOP 'MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) Blacksmithing of all Kinds and --hreWood Work Horse Shoeing a Specialty S I Culbertson, . O S* Montanas * 5* - THE - £ Red Blacksmith Shop I 1 EO. BALFOUR, Prop. £ A Successor to Louis Johnson t a General Blacksmithing and I Woodworking of All Kinds £ Horse Shoeing and Plow LWork a Specialty. CULBERTSON, MONT. THE MINT SALOON MAX UiNION, PM?. Deletr In Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars Pure Liquors for Family Use...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 August 1909

biLL _ _AN VOL. VIU' NO. sq., CULDWSOMN, VALLEY COUNTY, WQRTANA. FRIDAY, AUG UST 27,1t90% p3 ou B Rl B1G KILLER Made from a formula used by the United S u...,, ma~ ernmnt. A quick aua.-.. Beg Bugs. Roaches, Ants, Moths and smaller insects. Put up in pints. Price 25c. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxsol, Proprietor I PAWIT Y410 ROUSES NOW With LYON BRAND PAINT j We handle the Lyon Brand 3 : Ready Mxe4, 100 per cent Pure: 3 Paint in all shades and colors. ; SAl every thing needed in Var-: : nishes, Wood Fillers, Brushes, 3 2 Paint, Combs, Etc. Our. Furniture Line is now complete in Every: 3 DetaIl. See us before you buy your furniture. # I S. S. MOEN i THE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN . ý**************************************R St.- Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter Bea.., Prop. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE LI. B. SCHOW. PROP. Dray lag Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. OULBBRTSON. (DONTANA Money to Loan on improved FARMS I Dr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 August 1909

rm. archblght. - l~ t''. sgm u..a.iýas.t yInst. Atnaee at csaernm in, Met. ý UarseeadConPVS d Mearh. aty. FRAUX S. REED. 3dil r and Propeletor. Tmrse--la ai'aace, per yar........ts.*c Adverdtamg Rates. very remsoable, wall be farateh s ou appllcatn at this aece. Ous. last?9 . MoMe., Aug. 27. 90S. TIE FI EPUILICAN PAPEM STAlI... all VALLEY CO., MONT. Envoy Herbert Leonard, oi Butte, Mont., was here several days this week collecting money for the Salvation Army on behalf of fallen girls. Two girls who re cently figured in a sensational law suit at Glasgow are at the Rescue Home of the Army at Butte. T he Buford Tribune has just passed its tenth mile stone andOld B 11 iMunbh, it. foutinler, is still at the neitim. Oil Bail was bruised up considerable in an automobile accident last week and wrote his editorials in bed. Tom Lenon. who has been looking after the patrons of the Phoenix Cafe during Mr. Kehoes absence left Saturday for his claim near Mondak. rom will be seen in Culbertson so...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 August 1909

I T 1WW3U1T LAs sery w4 ito the asktee of th Aorib Ueem -alimmtre .5 thaet S the mpian -Mil aim dI this - has sietpesse ao sae sis mes tha eaw thaer -s la rp an isa weet - n Amedee." Gisglhat pberee was th spea - Fow se amu who -W Asrpies hve had seth qWotnu55 to jaysg of the emoesa of an.s ion hem sad a-res as he has Int. 8e hue taihea I Amerloa with rs e e psesessUve mashers of thesr does as rl. plepoet oiemsa, Anfew Cdrassie an ^St00 R. Sebit, san is Ue ope wit ` ee as th arones Rotsehad of anmd Fra. With thtn he has *ess es the peow era that mouhar st :to a man, the dangers io whice his mlliisi expose him, the Saiss sad the respoeasibil tUe which millioms pose upon their posuesssos. Upon this subject he has also obtained the views of the pro. tefsorf af elmost all the princIpal mal versities In Ameraic and in uroapes of the leading journalists, statesmen, au ther, phbfosophers and plain, anal. Honed business men. Here he has stretched his long jgsg under the ma, hogany of milllo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 August 1909

DRANK S. RED Pe1. gULWTSON * " MONTANA, IEWS NOTES CONDENSED A lle f the 1lrs Iqur' fat Ev s Nor. mi Thu Forelgn. Announcement of as amicable set tlement of all pending questions that have served to disturb the friendly re lat'sns between Japan and China will be made officially within a short time. Arrmamgements of the diferences relat ing to the Antung-Mukden railway probably will be contained in P. note to the powers. Greece's reply to the last Turkish note regarding Crete has been com municated to the powers. Its terms are conciliatory, and diplomats here consider that It should be satisfactory to the porte, to which it was delivered soon. The note regrets that after Greece's previous assurances the Turkish government still complains of the attitude of Greece in Rumella and Crete. A delegation of thirty-nine businees men, representing the civic and com mercial organisations of Toklo. Yoko hama, Osaka and Magoya, sailed on the steamer Minaesota for Seattle. They will tour the Unit...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 August 1909

aot ama oneshaa- - ha -am 0sh 4 10016 walk ar Aweekwael r I muM wael wab. ha! Ma I .010410 d a w hadA sterael I was a. irateat Sase a poba astia t at my Mme, a - - saMei se oainse4 am K sa 3esasIs Vweu Mel d al dshss. oft a bin. as beMdbee .OC, Baodo" 3. T. winHY. MT "WoulM y rsm ind islal' me as dime. Wl"ef "Not at all, OM chap. But Its abter bankla' hours an' I alat got me cheek book hamidS Tapering Off. Whereap, I, Kitty Camerns, have tar too many beaes. (They say that Ie courage tham. It really is not sea) Whaesr, Ti make lte simple Ia what I mest desire, ftr which jast conoestratis Is all that I require; Resslvee. That I. lustanter, beaore it Is Wo late, agree hereby without resere strictly to cnOSenirate-in give apt aiugs waltzes sand uch al. luring Wehm, out down my fied at Wa ber sad acacsetrate as als.-New TYrk bm. CAM Mfesar'y WAS*eal a sa ef s ase remedy ur Uisetame sa . shk and sams that It Bars the ft-mns of The KRIM Yes Nave Always Bought. Hard to Manage. "You have a c...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 August 1909

tblE COURT L.AST itSORT 3y WILLARD FRENCH by 1 . IL lucott Never was I so Dear "beat out" as the sight when I Inally struck the trail and wallowed into the alleged 'inn," a day's ride down from Kal goory and two days up from the coast, in the wildest of the Austalian moun tains. Rain? I never knew what rain was before, and have never seen it more than sprinkle since. You could not breathe without sheltering your nose, and I believe one could have drowned standing upright on the top of a rock. When it began I was out in the bush with two naked native helpers, plot ting a possible path, through those In fernally erratic defiles, for the new railway that was to connect Kalgoory with the coast Rain? Dear Heaven! The two na tives crept Into a cave and both were drowned there. Four solid hours I waded, swam, wallowed, gulped, then more dead than alive crawled into the inn, reminding myself of a rat I once pulled from a mud-hole by the tall after holding him down with a stick long enough f...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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