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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 August 1909

r aimp&%dOat" Falb. vesla area m es alMasaat aeans atNsaay*. *i !eteser.-O4axk t.he opera 5ure aow . Isa*lasn Tamer a rate. CA. ?aus ad w.. :T. , bah ae eas...., wn i Swse wee...ay. fedt CL phal imnmsaIy pewhaesa of ls!. & *hepead a omeplta asea. theaobau ett. fames tsage eeseatly purchased a -..ph" atlas -h...les onk from Nltale A Shepaed. Call a. hs.amMuray for rupalpaes ta - .MDe emsgie etc. Alesepgest for the best eam "e mw asin . te Jobs Gibsey. tavlig agaet for the Aairew Tbesbiqg Ca. wa heme peaster day. He sold a aeparatar t C. Wager. Waurse.-Coampetest girl for general hooaework: amat be good cook. Isquire Mrs. G. W. Tamser at the Big Siam. stt A W. Hassen, of the Valley Drag Co. returned Saturday froe a trip ta the Twist Cities- wham be went to bay Holiday goods, et. Rev. D. C. Cowaa received their house hol goods by freight this week sad be and Msa. Cama are buay moving them lat the Manse and getting settled. Mar. Mla Males has opened a bakery sad shaort order lun...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 August 1909

OUfTING GRAto that eetal onst this 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 wood er that the brand of floor is the finest 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 I BLACKSMITH SHOP I SMURRAYS'S OLD STAND) : Blacksmithing of all Kinds and Wood Work Horse Shoeing a Specialty j * Culbertson, - - - Montana * * -- I - TI'E -L a Red Blacks.I. h Shop 2" GEO. BALFOUR, Prop. Successor to Louis Johnson E a General Blacksmithing and a NWoodworking of All Kinds M Horse Shoeing and Plow Work a Specialty. i CULBERTSON, MONT. e a THlE MINT SALOON; MAX GONION, PROP. r - - - Dealer In - - c Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars Pure Liquors...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 September 1909

.. .... II .l "I II IIl lIl liiTill" VOL VIII. NO. so. CULBERTSONW VALLEY COUNTYT. -SONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 3,9o9. s.oo PER Y.RA RD BUG -KLLE R Made from a formula used by the United States Oov ernmet. A quJikctiller for Beg Bugs, Rioa es, Ants, Moths and smaller Insects. Rut up in pints.' Price 25c. VALLEY DRUIJ CO. A. W. Huxsol, Proprietor INEW STOVES I * * : The Elmhurst Base Burner for hard coal. * The Baltic Range for wood or coal. " The Royal Cook for wood or coal. : The Royal Lignite Heater in Hot Blast and - ordinary feed. * A carload of these stoves just received. By . $ shipping stoves in carload lots a saving is made * in freight which makes them cheaper to the " * buyer. H S. S. MOEN I STHE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN *'StO@OOO.OO.Otti 000000000000000000000t* St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter Bee., Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. 8OHOW. PROP. Dray ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. OULBER...

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

~Th.* Searchlight. ]tas ssr > QbpedinS Meat.. sar Iet 1dCmagr d Mach 9, 1a5j. RAsu S. RE. Di Bar sad Propritr. Tean-I advosa pr y r a........ r .a Advning Rates very reenabi. wil be furnished o applictio at this ogct. OCA;rseson. M1O., Sept. 5, 190. TIE FIIS? REULICAN PAPER STAITED IN VAllEY CO., MONT. The banking business at Medi cine Lake is in a fair way to be over done, as it is reported that there will be no less then three banks there in the near future. The Bank of Medicime Lake. with K. O. Slette, President; Chas. Farrell, Vice President; and J. E. Peterson, Cashier, has already been organized, the building erect ed and will be opened for business in a few days. Geo. L. Ryerson of Minot, D. R. Gregg of Sher wood, N. D.. and J. W. Shnstzler of Mohall, N. D., were in that town a couple of weeks ago and decided to open a bank. Lumber fcr the building is now on the ground and the building will be rushed to completion and opened for business as soon as possible. And last but p...

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

·" s r . A SMALL W00K. The streest ar bad st paned the exavatoun far a reat buildlns whea a man a the ear plattorm who had the face ot asm rtist or po asked ao the oae at his elbow: "How man people should yon eas timate were stantdg around gasing down into that holet" "About 7T, sir." "And will they stand and gae all day?" "Yes, most t them." "They must have thoughts as they gasm at the men tolling below. If one could go among them sad colleet and write down each man's thoughts what pages of human lift they would make -what a book those ages would give the worldi" "It would be a very small book, sir. I am a publisher, and I shouldn't care to bring t out. There would be just one leaf and just one sentence on that lent." "Is it possible" "Yes, sir. Those 75 men with their arms on the railings and looking down don't have different thoughts. They all have the same one thought, and it is expressed In the sentence: "What a lot of durned tooled those men are to work when they could lost." ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 September 1909

IIE SEARcHLGHT URAl S. R tED Ptdh NltOn.,e . . . tMONTANA. NEWIS NOTES CONDENSED Al iBt ew of th e lore lapi r tart Eites Here and There Foreign. The killing in Panama of Willlam Nichols Chandler, editor of the Panama Press, by Herbert O. Jeff ries, an American. who took part in the Panama revolution in 1903, has aroused much feeline there. The Press recently contained an article reflecting upon one of Jeffries' women relatives. Special dispatches from Melilla. Morocco. say tlgtitng is general on the Moroccan coast. The new Span ish artillery has wrought terrible havoc among the Moors, who have lost 1,00 men in the last three days. The Spanish casualties amount to Z50. A spanish column has de stroyed three villages near Restinga. At Rotterdam the death of four children supposed to have been caused by poisonous sweets has been found after a bacteriological examina tion to have been due to Asiatic chol. era. Emperor Nicholas has accepte, the post of patron to the Aero club of - St. Pe...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 September 1909

3B y Sa Wetwkk. OHAPTER XXXV-Oea"ned. He Ilredalous eyea were fistmpi o his one. . ar lips -move, but sh Samet spea . "ldU.ing you there sumabeuisa year treats o revenge si this an. I snpeted--ea you wen dr that I sauspeotat-that yeo, -ad -mes ether, had red that, shatr Unte a hLw days age there was me doubt -I rmy m. that you had hld Phlln Hume. My ealy thought when I Strmd you tbes was bew to ra you and I t py beak to the retory that mlm uasem by anyone; I swes that me de should ever know that you had beam n the scene of the a th.m au issevered tragedy." he sad, speain raplul and feverishly. "That was the hurdem I had to bear: to live through the leag weeks guarding my secret Hamo had disappeared, all the villag was pecalting about his disappear am; pu were lying delrious; I alone okew-even In my sleep I ouldna't get away from thedead man Thea belore the discovery of the rime you recovered yoar reason; and you had forgotten stealing out, half delrious, that glsht. I couldn't ten y...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 September 1909

Sa tmpsaertmas t'e ea Sha.pe That th. Manufacturer 13ad it Necessary to iake Moidboard tin Three Layers. There eo many different kinds of lows, but they may all be drisded Into three types. according to the shape et the moldboard. One Is the sod plow, with the ong sloping mold board which turns the sod clear over. The seeand has a molaboard of med- am sloa, which trns the furrow upon edge. but does not throw it en tirely over. The third type Is a bluff mollboard, which turns the furrow up and thoroughly pulverizes It. Oround can be well plowed only when it will pulverize thoroughly. If it tores up In chunks and cakes the lamd s not properly underdralned. Many farmers are finding that their tiled ields are not completely drained e+ Various Par s of a Pow. Various Par ta of a Plow. and are putting in new strings of tile between the old ones. The plow bottom Is the part of the implement that does the work. Turn the plow upon its back and look 0cross the bottom, put a straightedge sogth...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 September 1909

. ··; .. _ R Y°* Ugagaeeseho g agI s -w at l s L O. satm le a patty of fuleds ae nat hne tgls* *hetb week. j. 0, aled, tes 1m mear*t mn at Hea 1.e wm s t towa Wednesday. iwadser wd'ned at one at the St. Pret i ed. ceertso. soa Boan to Mr. ad Mrs. J. H.. Bern. a twdoe pead boy. Meaday Aug. p3. Tammer & Bae,. d the g Store advar tise tet trnew fall goods are now ar Miss Ida Asearena has retmed from the east, where she visited relatives for thes pat two meeths. Di. D. R. BLrama. the popular des tie will be I Pepltr for one week. Sept. 13 to A lelmelve, seota See the Mey Ratchbet Handle Branch Pipe. Three Way Single Acting Force Psamps. at Mos's Hardware Store.4 7tf Rd Stabbea. storekeeper and poetmatter at Medicine Lake. was in town Wednes day aftr feight and made the Search light a call. Dr. Miller. who has opened a obe for the practice ft Medicee at MedicineLake, contmplates epeaing an draug stor there Ia the near faturs. Mrs. Wm. Doneboe ad baby boy r tureed Meeday from a visit ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 September 1909

Ms eter Save.s LadIes by Thewwmis Wild orse. Seasor Carter had as opportuaity for dbewlag his constituency in Northern Moetana. despite the fact that the frost of wiaters have whitened a beard made pop u.ar in the west by the Semator, they have notchilld the gallantry in him nor have they impeired a physique 'that Egyptian youths many years ago gave up in deapair of ever succesfally climbing. The incident that for a few moments was tensely dramatic occurred just a little way beyond the ouatkirts of Harlem when the congressional commtitee was being taken out to inspect some lands. They were all riding automobiles, and as there is no speed limit law in that vicinity they were not fracturing any of the statutes. A team of young horses driven by a lady who was accompanied by a couple of other members of the gentle sex, en route to town to listen to some of the orators advertised to be upon exhibition, took fright at the machine and reared and plunged near the brink of a great irriga tio...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 September 1909

* ~ i;-- ii·l~- c;.. --_F" ~ " -:* h ' VOL VIII. NO. i. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNt. MONTANA. FRIDAY, SEPT. to, igog.S.oo PR Y .. ý .. · ,'i BED BUG LEfR Made from a formula used by the United States Gov ernment. A quick killer for Beg Bugs, Roaches, Ants, Moths and smaller Insects. Put up in pints. Price 25c. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Hueool, Proprietor *r.. .e eee ee .ee. e Le eeee e· •........ .. ..I INEW STOVES I 1 * : The Elmburst Base Burner for hard coal. SThe Baltic Range for wood or coal. * The Royal Cook for wood or coal. * The Royal Lignite Heater in Hot Blast and * . ordinary feed. " A carload of these stoves Just received. By e * shipping stoves In carload lots a saving is made - : In freight which makes them cheaper to the e buyer. e H S. S. MOEN * THE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN * **********e***nuenee o ueneaeeneOOO·OO St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter BIkn. Prop. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. SOHOW. PROP. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 September 1909

fer s nas ps. Maw., Sep. 1e, 1e9. Cv,5 1 Moto s, G~ top. 10, OW . STARTED IN VALLEY CO., IMONT. A primary meeting was held in Stephens Hall Tuesdav night for the purpose of nominating a mayor and four aldermen for the new town of Culbertson. The meeting was not partisan in character, be ing attended by both Republicans and Democrats. The following ticket was placed in nomination: J. Z. Bruegger for Mayor; W. T. Stephens and F. G. Arnette for aldermen in the first ward, and G. H. Coulter and S. P. Mitchell for aldermen in the second ward. These candidates were the only ones nominated for their respective positions and therefore can be considered to be the unanimous choice of the citizens of Culbert son. They are all clean repre sentative business men of our city and each has already done much for the welfare of not only the town but the surrounding country. The "Trip to Seattle" article, commenced in this week's paper, by W. E. Johnson, who has been foreman in the Searchlight office ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 September 1909

i1· i; oI LEf Te Akns hrLg am Story of the Wrll's Qmrt for . Poi New Tork.-Two reat AmerlaCs have dra1 the North Pete, each r - de-ge ot the other-m4t eac within a na o e brief a s. 4 a h. nut Sashed to alvUleation the sews whid h cetwari have walted to bear. Dr. PIederit A. Cook of Br'oklyn rueshed the po.s, accompanied only by two ogomaubex on April 21. 19. e He ba just returned to Cop eahas a b steamer, loesely folloW ngt thetr iuhaat anoaeonement of what he .as achieved. Ovations rwalt him e every bhad. I July, 198, Amerca's moseet In trepid Arctic eplorer, Robert U. Pa-sy, left this country to ad the pole-er Cook. Without meettang Cook or learningt of his sese, Peary on Apr of the pres.et year made good the efort In wu.h he has spet amunt a Ilttlme, sat hblaelf reaced the northeramost point Ia the wose. His names of trlumpk follows the other by oea Ave days. The earch for the orth aes is as Commander Peary and His Dogs on His Latest Dash for the Pole. undertaking that has attra...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 September 1909

CONIENSED A fiu g i ,. Ld.e . lprs tt Evnb ae ad There Foreign. Baron Kagora Takahira, Japanese ambasador at Washington, who was called borne by the government to at tend a conference on various import ant international matters, arrived in Toklo and was warmly welcomed at Shimbashi station. The sultan of Turkey left Constan tinople on board the imperial yacht for Brusa. Asia Minor. He was accompa nied by the heir apparent, the princess and the grand vizier. The west wing of the parliament building at Toronto was completely destroyed by a fire. The loss to the building is about $100,000, fully cov ered by insurance, but the fine Mo" wat law library, one of the best col lections in the Dominion, is a total loss, with no insurance. A number of men on strike in Stockholm have received notice to leave their homes October 1 unless they return to work in the mean time. The unions have issued a proclamation that no strikers are to pay rentals due in October. The strike leaders maintain it w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 September 1909

i· I·' -~-· ;cc. re :~j`, 5 ~-" :' ~a~L~ ~ IBT~.;·~ . ·r :r; /e -t~~n~-p-- '~ i I Y_~t:. ·:.t ~S~jl ill b!nf l S era lor ate st s th el.at bean, toa ga etas r.se--t aejoases the a-s at the Grasg; mad tery the aI.se bath, "It likae ld Ul s a re. Kirby sald. 'here was a aeint ha bo sawn the amw a t pet - s Me sueir mes be whe*la* iIn Ms, k s af r as the sed: e hai awla takes a em n latet i the meal stah, sid ha -mre thA u easseml aetes as utpi. . Int t.aese boes. wee llsela,,mt. a1 as athe Sqaloos faos r oese was m-idrng Dr. e9eww ewa these h watk the o t the am l. -ee wore a smile as be moved shet, a g fr a mment or two with am -. uateae dherse there ames th espetatrs; bt it did hot med -n ebmervatlae to O that bhewas Ia hitry restleds state of "airs." Snatural under thi elrematanes,. "Tel, my patilet Is weanede, eeO rthn consaded. You see we have takes the greatest se for weeks to - b. m treom anl eacitement. easme a. his Meds may have bees a ittle agpelved at not being allowed to s...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 September 1909

Blgge-Walter, this steak is too tough to cut. Tak It back. Waiter-Sorry, sir, but I can't; you've beat it. BABY HORRIBLY BURNED. By Boiling Grease--kin All Came Off One Side of Face and Head Thought Her Disfigured for Life. Used Cuticura: No Scar Left. "My baby was sitting beside the fender and we were preparing the breakfast when the frying-pan full of boiling grease was upset and It went all over one side of her face and head. Some one wiped the scald with a towel, pulling the entire skin off. We took her to a doctor. lie tended her a week and gave me some stuff to put on. But it all fos.tercd and I thought the baby was disfigured for life. I used about three boxes of Cuticura Ointment and it was wonderful how it healed. In about five weeks it was better and there wasn't a mark to tell where the scald had been. lHer skin is just like velvet. Mrs. Hare, 1, Henry St., South Shields, Durham, England, March 22, 1908." asser sa a hse. Cop. sole P5ssRo. sasm When the Umbrella Took Fire....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 September 1909

·- I -"i'"d~W ON 1, oil* 81" ,n s us aid I at lan Ditby I1 Uas. l A. DeeaIdy. A telope, left Menday fir the Espoitieo at Seattle. Diltert amtat ae at the St. Paul Metel, Celberests. 1ga PFlak Khee setamral Saturday fass I fa tr. p to Seattle n ear weatr ptpowe TaIeer A Bat., af the Big Store lver ties thet their aew fall oods are ow. ar Bify Brymat. weB kwm it Culbertern. was a Glasgow Saturday bat left · om pealed by his wife or S wa Samley. ee the ayer Ratchmt Headle Branch Pipe. Three Way Siugle Actiag Force Pe~ at Moe's Hardware Store.4 yf B. B. Larme. do lteld.mi Mia. at o tihe PresMiat od the Beak do Celberts is speedilg te week at twMs on legal beasfeas. Mr. and Mrs. aRebe returned Wedame day from a leg drlive ia the contry arth, vitsiltg Pleatywood Medicine Lake anad other poies. C. A. Harris, poatoiee laspector of this distrit ws i a oa Monday. After In specti the postoeo here he made a trip orth as tar as Rdltone. Mrs. T. S. ewick, mother of J. & Bew·ok. left Wedaeesay...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 September 1909

y ea regular easwsmpedeat. Septmer ?td. 9go. The ite daughter of Mr. and Ma Jebs Id P. Mueller. of Homestead. was tabs sick So last Saturday night sad Dr. Collinse. of Calbertso,. was celed at oace and the lit- R de oe is getting slen about as well aS could be apected. John Scott. Mrs. Stephens and Ldy at Stephens called on H. Horstman last Sun- w day. O. B. McCabe. of Homestead. who had at his leg broken. is getting along nicely. f Mrs. John P. Mueller was over at Mr. w and Mrs. Stephens last Saturday. Walter G. Stephen is building a large a granary and H. Horstman is doing the car- I penter work. Miss Ifreda Zick. of Homestead. is as sisting Mrs Eisbenbacher in the cook car G of Mr Eichenbacher's threshing out6t S Robert Zick is building a granary and ht H Horstman is doing the carpenter work. Jobn Brown, the land man. is going to w build a dwelling house as4s4, which will be one of the finest residences in this part , of the conusry One of ouar eighbors has his wheat stacked up r...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 September 1909

VO.V~il. NO. *2. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUMl MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 17, (gog. _2. g~ga BD-BUGi KI LLEU Made from a Jorat..A.. sed by the United States .Jo.y ernment. A quick killer for Beg Bugs, Roaches, A-ts, Moths and smaller Iheets. Put up hinpints. Price 2c. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxsol, Proprietor i... ""r""""""""e"""ee.eeeeeeýeeeeeeee.. INEWSTO VES * S * The Elmuhurst Base Burner for hard coal. * The Baltic Range for wood or coal. 0 S The Royal Cook for wood or coal. * The Royal Lignite Heater in Hot Blast and * ordinary feed. * * A carload of these stoves just received. By e $ Shipping stoves in carload lots a savIng is made " In freight which makes them cheaper to the " Smbuyer. e S. S. MOEN . THARDWAME AND FURNITURE MAN * $*************************ee**********d -0 St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Poser ehik. Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. BOHOW. PROP. Dray Ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. qUJLB...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 September 1909

Thse Searchlight. £.s fra a= rys. s wooed-Cls gagoet'stefSce at Calbertson, ]font., Under gret of March 9, 5579. FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor. Temen--o advance. per Sye........s.Oo Advertising Rates, very reasonable, wili be furnished on application at this office. CuausftYS@. MoNT., Sept.17, 1909. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The frst city election for Mayor and four aldermen occurs is Celb artson tomorrow. As stated in last weeks Searchlight, only one set of officers has been nominated as follows: J. Z. Bruegger for Mayor: W. T. Stephens and F. G. Arnett for aldermen of the first ward, and G. H. Coulter and S. P. Mitchell for alderman in the second ward. The nomination is of course, equi valent to election, but inasmuch as these men are all prominent citizens and were the choice of a large representative prim ary. the citizens should all turn out and vote for them and give them their active support. As the city is now unequally divided into two w...

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