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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 20 December 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Hdena. -M - - -! on/ana, Friday 1 07 -- - ---o No.. 17 LIJIn r t\ PI I1\114 II it I NIbe Wee'kly b Th! nt Moint it 114 Plaindente~r Compºny". .11S It .' hr . . l' um I '. l )R . iptiun $2 0o pet year, Strictly in Ad Adverttitg Rate'en Application. ctied as seconilc'a's matter April 12, It the Poit O)Iice at Helena, Montana, r the Act of Cogress of March 3, 1879. Tess all Conununicatiins to The Montana Plaindealer, 19 South Main Street, He1k'a, Montana. PEACE ! PROSPRITYI"'1 ! NION!!' N UNION THERE IS RENGTI'. The Editor's Song. ow dear t > my heart is the stea dy subscribcr, ho pays in advance without .kipping a year; ho takes out his doillar and of fers it phiully, iid caut, routnl tle olIi'a a ha toit cihtr. 'it nevit a"I'* -)tui it. I caltl afrord it. r "grttitt4 tmoCe jI) I rs it( It day' tflaii I 't'; , t always i 'sv, '"'nd it, the whole oiutt, hlkes it fact we retard it as a lbuisne's t )iced.. ow welcome he is when he steps itn the sat titm; ow lie...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 20 December 1907

THE A'(iLLS' O'.6. rf nnTr I -f" N" ½ / i J. "!1.1a!/ d 41OHN ?AYJN9R'SCHRISTMA$ IR & 1T htrk : _ L IZBE HAYE IIEN John Raynor began to see th' holid iy a dlertiseients in h the p.ipirs and to feel the h Christmas flurry in the air. he annoynced to his family with tn air of it finality, tinged with defiance, "you needn't expect anything in the way of Christmas a prevents from me this year." t "Why. John !" his wife echitimed. "we are not going to do very much. Just a few gifts In the family to mark the day. , and then the children think so much of i It." "The philsren l" John returned with fine saws, "they're grown now and it's time fir them to get over such nonsense. I poslilsly refuse to have anything to do with Christmas." John th*ynow persisted in making him self miserable and In bringing to bear all thb uunentm he could think of against the prevailing manner of observ ing Chrlstas. Figuratively speaking, he t pounded-the table and grew purple in the I face ls endeavors to ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 20 December 1907

wiLL HELP MINERS' FAMILIES. Already $50,000 Has Been Subseribed dNe*d $200,000 to Supply Needy Poor. Fairmont. w. Va., Dec. 11.-The rentrelief commit5 e hesded by overnor William 0. Dawton, to pro ve4 for the widows aid orphans in distres through the resent explosion 515he mines of the Fairmont Coal at Mononsshs has prepared a appeal for funds that is being sent ,s ,amrs of oommeroe and kindred enisations all over the country. All 3ewspapers are urged to aid to ward the work by receiving contribu tors, acknowledging them through their solumns and sending them to the usesarer. rully 250 widows and 1000 children left without any means of support. Asasnr as can be determined, $50,000 frow all sources has been subscribed. 1pon the basis of 6300 for each widow and $160 for each child under 16 years of an*, $175,000 will be required. At least $25,000 will be necessary to pro vide, on relatively the same basis, for the aggregated dependents of the un married victims, the many now unborn ch...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 20 December 1907

Tr. lo witi ti 11 I It P 4 ing Company. Joe Brown is lack in the City. Mr. Irvin of St. Paul , as in the City this week. Sumner Iirowser of Minnea;s I was a visitor in HeIfeiia last Satur day and Sunday. Mrs. F. Mitchell after an ixten did trip to Atchison Kibsas and other points in NMi s-oiuri rtui noi to Helena last week. Charley Cole sends word that he will be home Christ m;.. Mrs. C. II. Mason has returned to the City after a few weeks % jait to the bedside of her M1otliet who has been verylill in Lexington Ky. Scott Webb was in thit City this week loaded to the guards with hot air. Mrs.E. Johnston who has be n very ill is convalesent. Do riot forget tbe grand enter tainment and ball at the Electric Hall on the 30th. It is given to as sist the colored fraternal orders in procuring their new home. Dame rumor has it that Mrs. Brown and Mr. Cambpel: are soon to enter the bonds of holy Wedlock And still another rumor is afloat that Hugh Anderson of Missoula better known as "Happy" a...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 10 January 1908

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER I 01. 2 Id Ilena, Afonlana, 1Friday, j/an zi to !Qu,'o No.. IM pubI'le(hd Weekly by The Montana 1'laindteaer Cmspany. I: t: \ss, .EDITOR. ,ubscriptioI $2.00 per year, Strictly in Ad vance. Advertising Rate. on Application. Entered as second.clas matter April 12, 1906, a the post (Mice at Helena, Montana, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. Addrec' all JI tfmunications to The Montana llanIde.Cder, 19 Soutn Main Street, Ilelena, jontana. PEACE ! PROMPS IuTY!! UNION!! IN I:NION THERE IS S'I'RENGTIi. The Editor's Song. How dear to my heart is the stea dy subscriber, Who pays in advance without skipping a year; Who takes out his dollar and of-, fers it gladly, And casts 'round the office a ha lo of cheer. Who never says' stop it, I can't afford it." Or "getting more papers each day than I read," But always says, "send it, the whole outfit, likes it In fact we regard it as a buisness need." How welcome he is when he steps in the sanctum; How he makes our ey...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 10 January 1908

PETTIBONE__IS FREE JURY FINDS "NOT (UILTY" IN NOTED IDAHO CASE. Moyer Is Freed Also by Judge Wood Orchard's Trial at Caldwell Next Term of Court-Simpkins Still at Large-Pettibone Very Sick Man Goes to Denver. U(is lidaho. Jan. .-The cud of tIi.. proin(iutton of the tnen charge-1 utni I the lIutd ir of ex oieritur Fran! Sit in lh(ig. with the exce!tins of the tof 1111r Orchard and lack ibLpkii.s, canwi Saturday with the ae (luilr tl Uo t oz go A. 1'estbuone. Charles 1l. NI iyer, 1('( saidtl t of the Western F, dit tion of .'inars, was formally I° leas I tat, r, antd will : iturn with Pet tilht ia a flw days to IDcnver. 'I i cas- of Orchard, the self-con f(- ( ii as-asssin of Steitinucterg, is in th it hands of 'rosoi utaing Attorney Van Du} a of I'anilon county. No state mI tit :t, to the Inture procedure ii that ca-'- has hlt-ii ijade, but it will "! called during the next term of court at (Caldwell, when It will prubably be gtarly disposed of. Simttilins, a nitinher of the execu ti...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 10 January 1908

"A Good Name dt Home" strength abroad"-and the ~ lon of C. I. Rood Co. and n the city of Lowell, where Iteir - no:kwn, inspires confidence tbey not only in the medicines 0bu in ;n_ their propritlors say but tflhen it Made by lood It's Good." o Il a. Snr'aparilla the beat all "l i cinw known today." Mas. Fde ES Wbr t . Lowell, Mass. 1 F 0' Hood Sar'atarilla to any e P. Dt rtY. 14 Auburn Street. bet1' and hetalthy woman today el woa 1 1 "'s Sarsaparilla, which I fin tl ,C1 , a for all the family." Mxe tee1 , ' Leverett St.. Lowell, Mass. r litHod's Sarsaparilla the best bI ritier i: the world." MiA. J.ENNt sR , i13 Liberty St., Lowell. Mass. fo.d' S,,r.aparilla is sold everywhere. In the usual liquid, or in tablet turmn called garsatabs. 101) Doses One Dollar. Pre p only by C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. Only......$3.50 Our ORCAS FRONT DOOR, wi h -nrave 1, heavy rough rolled plate 't i, 2ft-Sin x 6ft-8in, l %in, only $3.50. I create t value in front doors err ~fifred. The door is mnale...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 10 January 1908

traJo W tkt the flOeuA ?AAeSc umr C, C'M een vtd a. #mill ~N~wjwmI us her horn tt ivo4n il'.non umsR B.& )sa".ha.,aan~~ sthakt t1VCwO ti .4o.rtn 14,. A is\V~.%r ~set At hi*. harOm r%t wka Art It 01*4r *~an sato-w 4 thc - 'do .A-ij Wmm Ras-ty S-.n«aos is ,W.av& ant tn. as" at c.-t te I.mqy q ,kiss C-Atk Utn«6 a 14% oftwtro hA w «ue pjr a * izan we& at da n~o-t" i S4ftn ia*NievA iarft ta. WAW usw ae Its ANNct : o W. .iesqeft at L tmeae in* enew a am i ww wok buta i« gm « wrW t NhOhLowaiast4 a-b pmwd IM-w tfllt a at (w IE Na i I" tAM di-l* to u it *INRfto SM4.P J'CB tW ,'e~ Qfti~tC«iam 4k )6IM6 <Run~i mar a trysq tu« «^ 4bs amS. beu% bt. low o at Latqea. wn n am a *wn h a s rbintvc V I Lw a *NfrnsTts swm a.- «&«* Os t"mst4 tik: a& V«fc a*0'44 a*fl1&a a to L m~m dA WIn a *nha ab it t tm fs wewd &an AAe4 i flip inbiea. t*Xtw-tý Setat zzzi antn IT the Uaited Stat*es Stase the &haiuta ad gavwe " tae raits aedt"* ta IsN I&*asy act tees he*heid egeal: p...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 January 1908

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER ~I '/, 2. --- I-- el/cna, Montana, Friday. (anti u- 2; 1oo00 No.. 19 i V IAINbEALE . th ,bl'he w kly by The Montana fo p,15ndialer Company. ri t p $2 per year, Stricity in Ad tncC. jt't'-ing Rate' on Application. Entered a" -ontcla' s matter April 12, 4,, the '_t ittice at Helena, Montana, fo der the .\ct ~I CongresC of March. 3, 1s79. A (dress all t.,unsunications to The Montana gi tlailictlel, 19 South Main Street, Iltlena. Montana. PEACEI' of tc PROWIlI'I I'Y!! UNION!!! f ---- _ rr IN I NION THERE IS TRENG'IlI. It P 'The Editor's Song. How dear to my heart is the stea- h dy subscriber, V Who pays in advance without skipping a year; s Who takes out his dollar and o - ti fers it gladly, r And casts 'rotntd the oftice a ha- s to of cheer. it Who never says ' stop it, I can't r afford it." c Or "getting more papers each day than I read," But always says, "send it, the whole .outfit, likes it In fact we regard it as a buisneas need." How welcome he is when he s...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 January 1908

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINiTON, IDAHO, OREDON AND MONTANA ITEMS. A Few interesting Items Gathered From Our E;:changes of the Sur rounding Country-Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place-Crop fl*"' " Is Good. WASH INu a my NOTES. It is reported it. A. ltallinger of Se attle has resigned as comissioner of the general land office at Washington, 1). C., and " ill return to this state so that he tray make the race for the re publican nomination for governor. A full grown cougar has made its appearance in the vicinity of the Lew is Cochran farm, six miles northeast of Colfax, and is terrorizing the people of that community. After deliberating about two hours the jury in the Gertie Griflin murder trial at Rtitz' ille returned a verdict of not guilty. The Spokane high school debating team Friday night outpointed the Wenatchee high school team in the state interscholastic contest. Graduates of the Spokane high school who has.- completed the four -iar< course satisfactorily will in...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 January 1908

REV.TROUTMAN SENDS BEST WISHES FOR PE-RU-NA Rev. George A. E. Troutman, Mt. Washington, Mo., Writes, ' ' "My Wife and I Are Strong / g. Believers In Pe-ru-na,"' Catarrb and La Orippe. Rev. Geo. A. E. Troutman, Mt. Washineton, Ilto., writs: "My ww.e and I are strong believers in Peruna. ;, -Rtt G AA...n troubled with a peculiar spasamodi / -affection of the throat. It would seize V ~me suddenly ant tor a few rninutea I would be unable to speak audibly, and my breath would be gicatly interfered SI with. I would be obliged to gasp for breath. "I finally concluded that it was some catarrhal affection which probably ex cited the spasm. 1' interfered with my vocation as a preacher, attacking me I occasionally in the pulpit. "I had heard no much about Peruna as a catarrh remedy that I determined to try it. After taking two bottles1 my trouble has disappeared. I feel mure that Peruna has greatly benefited me." Rev. P. i Swanstrom, Swedish Baptist pastor, Box 228, Granteburg, Wis., writes th...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 January 1908

Tra.i' t L- H - lIe-n .. kiai Ctott at' HBrrn Jacobs Xis 'iet on fhl *ick ist for a f-w ays-i. :t- we-k Henry Mart sprti Žuriav *. In Buatte . E. F>. re, dn weor tha: ahis xtother wh .AS hMa *ba n I e :; at Washn.g*t: Ii <' '-YLacr better, Tht Af-c.Ame-icarn BiIdieggAs sociatioi he'd a specia mteting Monday ttening and decided to hold a publc meet-ing at St James Church ori next Monday evrening at which Thb pCbt,:c i- in.-ted to 0aneud The newhI oar .zed Band held two arittxags th.; wi-ek an. will: ont' the enactrl fact: I'cade Da e Gordon has been on the sick list for ther lasi few days. Charlev Dillard of Topeka Kaus 6B expected in the City this wteek, to take charge of lUyCis place as der the Maouana Bank. Mr Fred Simons a brother of Mr J.14R Bas is expectad is the the City within the nextfort-aight whe he ihe mi sake it his location. Mr. A. Simms and W. Howard weae mitiated into the Gold.. City Lade of Odd Fellow on last Tuesday eveseing C. C. Matthews wem oat amongl 1 the...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 31 January 1908

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. . Helena, Montane, Friday, January 3 ;9g08 No.. io mpmm i m mmms*m mm N • m iONTAN PlaIMEALEl Weekli kg she area.. S AS. p~iS .. DITOB. a .oo pr yerr., icdy ib Ad. AdvertisinI Ratg s Applisation. agead a .e d.cd* mS Aplr ai . * pCas Oita at Hal.. utema, I A, ActofC(s f March . ,_, . SComasidcs tom t Tbe YMeas , b, ct South Mi. Ikremt Mdea. Momhas.. CEU gPPERITY it UNIQN ?!! t UNION THERE IS gNGTH. The Editor's Song. Ho0 dear to my hear is the stea. 4ysubscriber, 0bo pays in advance without lsipping a year; Wi takes out his dollar and of ps it gladly, Scasts 'round the offls a ha ¼ o! cheer. neve says "stop it, I ea't diford it." Or "getting more paprs ch dry than I rad:' always says, "seed it, the oI outi, like it. ` ct we **rtd ago buisseU o~w welcome he t whm he steps Ia the asactum; Rod he mnakes ur re fairly deace; How he makes our hernt throb; e outwardly thank him amdF4a. :lrdly bless him `THiedy s b Er whr pays Exchae eQsor Haghes mcm to be cu Ss...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 31 January 1908

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OBEGON AND MONTANA ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our E::changes of the Sur rounding Country-Numerous Accl dents and Personal Events Take Place-Crop Outlook Is Good. WASHINGTON STATE NEWS. Many cleorilg house certificates ha ., L , , ri- d at h lt tuianu and the Ir,lerp ait rarl.- of tile fraud have reaped soni thiir ,f a hlar 1est. S.n tthI fl i, ails of 0. I1. Starch, who was kill d in the railroad yard at EI l. nsiiburg Oito' Tr .5, are offering a re waard of $., for tiihe recovery of his in suran~! idoi iti:.ic(ati(n card. 1h,' Ii:iinagtl' of three theaters at Itlliinihan l:;ve hetle arrested on the charge of %ihlating the Sunday closing las. The danger of a strike on the part of the longswhoremnll at Seattle is past. At a recent meeting it was decided to sign the scale proposed by the ship OWners. Tilh autlhrity of Superintendent harry F'. lAiton of the Puyallup Con solidat. d Indian agency has been offl cially susplhnded. The g...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 31 January 1908

popULATION OF U. S. IEGENT l ENSUS OFTEITORIES CITIES AND STATES. New York Leads Cities With 4,113,043 pcople-Seventy Cities Have Over 6,000O-North Dakota Has Createst Gain in Incorporation-sLondon by Far World's Largest City. Interestinbg figures showing the in crease in population of various Amer in citis during the last three years have just been issued by the censlus your Duty s to be Well. Bt you cannot be well if you neglect Wtng lbod's Sarsaparill when you know oua should take It. Impure blood, poor appetite, headache, nervousnis, that tired -eeling-by these and other signs your sys tem detlands HIood's. Get a bo1le today. Glow of * rlth-" blood was very e more color in my face, sleep and eat wel. and work 1I a pleala . krn s. A. A. Jooan Taunton. Mass. In Worst Formt-" had catarrh In the I,.Y 7uf and was advised to try Hood's wordstipari.I took seven bottles yand nm Sgod health. I bope everyone who h atesarrh will give Hood's a flair trial." -Ils . Ls.LtAT M e'rC O. Parker...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 31 January 1908

Trade with the Helena Packion Company. The Ladies aregoing to give a leap year Sociable at St. James A. M. E. Church Wed. eve. Feb. 5. There are quite. afef young lad les, maids and widows who are look ing for husbands - This is Leap year and they propose to do their duty. Every gentleman in Helena is invi ted out on Wed. Eve. The ladies are going to give them o e ckn dinner atitheir expense. b '1 uestior ha been, "Why don't the men propose?" On Wed eve The Ladies will Propose. Helena, Mont. Jan 28, 08. Editor Plaindealer; The Colored young men of this City are at last going to put into execution the ambition skill and interest they posnes by giving Helena a Brass Band something to be proud of. We wish them all the success possible, and hope in the near fut are to see them in uniform giving us some swell music. Yours truly, W. D. C. Cole. City. The Bright 8tar Light with its radiant glow, was seen on Tuesday evening at the Residence of Mrs. Lewis, being brought forth by Me Annie Bro...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 14 February 1908

T1HE MONTANA PLAINDEALR Vol. 2. _Helm onlanaa, Friday, F&bruary r¢ igo8 N.. 21 CVol .' ... .. .. ~ - weeklS by The Montani ,fladealer (',IipllY. BAS EDITOR all ~c da $2.oo per year, trictly i Ad ertsng Rare on \Application. 9 lassecnfl'*ca  IImatter April 12, re che Post ();hice at IHlenla, M ontana, V . Act of Cngre of Mirch 3, tI879. to Or Idealer, 19 'oGuthl Main trret. N Helena, Montana. SCE !> tl 0PEKITY !! ON!!! -r--- - UNION 'Illi El; I NGTII. The Editor's Song. wdear to my heart i the stc'a y subscriber, o pays in advatnccerwthitit skipping a year; ho takes out his dollar and of- _ fors it gladly, s d casts 'round the olict' a ha lo ot cheer. never says "stop it, I can't ard it." "getting more 1papers each y than I read," always says, "send it, the hole outfit, likes it fact we regard it as a buisness need." wwelcome he is when he steps in the sanctum; ow he makes our eyes fairly dance; ow he makes our heart throb; e outwardly thank him and in wardly bless him - stea...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 14 February 1908

1· ·"L-k·i ago aaG~ ~il~S Tbhe Wemnma of the Fluture. It is i,inwlihat rea.suirli;t t learn that tiel wollna of thie future "will in all pirobability sl,:ik less than the womatln of to id:y. but her silence aind her snllie will he lmire elqluent." That is goodI. I:ut we are nt told that she will pos e'ss that Ilost etsentl:il qi1llity---hn itlor. Without this pit she would bhe, despite her ',.o.essin of all other vh-t tues. soiiletthinl less than xa J~y I're'vr. A'erorling to the "'Maixims of Methu selih." as tr:ntl:ttid by Gelett Iurllgess. "a womain wit hint humor Is an nuII.y ance; she is ats the' touch of wet velvet or a moui:e nilhillng in the night. She is as a cigalr whose wranlper is torn and the air lenketh tinrein; nothiing can Incdnl her." "Aind! ilkle the alarm clock that goeth off :at 7 n. Iim., so Is shlle whb z.Tth: '1 tohl you so.' " Ai to Women. There will alw\ays hIe wrmeithng new to .ay 11)htitt w~ile'llm is long as Mrie is left arlnl~itn Ius. Man , ,til nt al...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 14 February 1908

FLEET IN A STORM AMERICAN FLEET HIT A FIERCE GALE. ARE STRETCHED OUT IN LONG LINE BUT MAKING GOOD TIME. Punta Arenas, Strait of Magellan, Feb. 10.-The Pacific Navigation co:n pany steamship Orita, which arrived here this morning, reports having passed the American fleet in the strait at 6 o'dock last evening, 12 miles east of Cape Pilares. The Chilean cruiser Chacabuco was leading. The weather was very stormy. The captain of the Orita said that he sighted 19 vessels in the fleet, these belru the 16 American battleships, the Chilean cruiser and two others, prob ably colliers. He did not sight the American torpedo boat flotilla, which accompanied the battleships from this port, but which turned north at Smythe channel, 30 miles from the westeru end of Magellan strait, to pro ceed through this passage to Telcah nano. Owing to the heavy weather, the warsh;ps were spread out over a con siderabie stretch, but all seemed to be making splendid progress in the face of the strong winds. THE S...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 14 February 1908

Trade with the Heln,, l i'.l'king :ompanly. A. G. Dorsey a )broti,r of th, late W. R. Dorsey .lrrie e,! intil (Ci ty Friday evening dhrcrt from .\t lantie City, N. J. He comes to assist Mrs. l)or .y in conducting the busi:ie-s lIit 1,v her husband ina convi r-atitn with a representation of tlih I'lnir, I al r Mr. Dorsey expresssl himsill .t, very favorably im)pre,'sted wit'h our City and intends to nake this his future home. A letter from the otii A. J. \o iing states that he will paIy iH,.In,+ a visit during next ,rontuh. Mr. l)aly who works in the i;ul way mail Service was in the city Saturd, also Claudl Polk of the sii me service. A. Napper brought in alarge con signment of eggs from his ranch last week. The dirictors of the Afro-Amer ican Building Association hdl meeting on last Monday Eve. Mrs. A. Hall who has been very ill is convalescent. Mrs. Dinah Brooks who has been over from Lewistown on a busines trip has returned to that thriving burg. Charley Johnson is reported on hi...

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