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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 November 1909

mWsse p 1a Babeesk amnded eart at hqlew Temiay. Mooraes L 0. Laes west t Glasgow Tusedasy "a nem district court. Cdes. ejeis is havift aboet joo arses at stubble taense ever this week by a saam - aside bheeeglag is Hesry Wisai. The Ben Tea Cafe propsrises have semethlng M ray is a souie la this isse. Mr. ad Mrs. George Leaesn massed recently from a vislt with frioed. ia North Dehba. srick Nystrom. who has a clain sear Btair. was in tsws Saturday sad called at shis when lease Murray is bailidig a boase sad baus as his clain sear T. E. Bowstat's place this week. W. 0. Relter the Blacksmith, at Home mated. was sa Sews Saturday. He is kept pretty busy this sess. Bert Sewers, Pail Wagner. Otto Waldo and ethers from Cslbertson had fine dis plays of grail at Billisge. The Arm at twart & Sweam. of the Gem Restaurat have disolved partner ship. See notice elsewhere. Loris Hans... of the Hanson & Barton Elevator. was here from Thief River Falls. Miss.. as the gestl of Mr and Mrs. M. J....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 November 1909

Zeno-George Coal Mine Plenty of the Best Lignite Coal in Valley County. Weights Guaranteed and Prices Right. J.J.MOORE, Operator. R. N. Anderson " SBLACKSMITHI SHOP = (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) ' acksrnithing of all Kinds and SWood Work " Horse Shoeing a Specialty * Culbertson, - - - Montana 5 - THE - 1 Red Blacksmith Shop K GEO. BALFOUR, Prop. A Successor to Louis Johnson General Blacksmithing and Woodworking of All Kinds Horse Shoeing and Plow Work a Specialty. 1 CULBERTSON, MONT. iHE HARNESS SHOP Brenna & Schow, Props. A large stock of Harness, Horse Blankets, Rope, Whips, Halters, Bridles, Curry Combs, etc. Old harness repared and made to look tike new. Culbertson, Mont. THE LONG STRIDES which we have made in the VIVO FLOUR business. are the results of our broad and honer able policy of treating the public, not as birds from whom every feather should be plucked. but rather as customers whose future welfare would be identical with our own sucdess. In treating our patrons liberally...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 November 1909

TTI, Y s .wF k w } VOL. VIJI. NO #o. COL$IZT ý41ýI, VA L*Y OOUNfr,"MCOUTANA, FRIDAY, NOV. n, tgoq. lý 1 WALL No better time to paper your house than now. We carry Wall Paper in stock, all prices. VALLEY DRUU CO. A. W. Huxsol, Proprietor NEW STOVES* 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 * s buyer. * * . S. S. MOEN THE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN I *****e********* e. e**************e**** St. Paul Hotel )NEAR THK DEPOT) Andrew Bettered, Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. I CITY DRAY LINE L. B. BOHOW. PROP. Dray ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. OULBBRTSON. MnONTANA Money to Loan on improved FARMS ! Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit boxes for ren...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 November 1909

SSearchlight. etues Mays a.. ow as. Se-mClms Mastur. Paelel at cubmeriss, Meet., Usder Act d congma d Maed!. ISay FRANK S. REED. Witer ad Proprieor. Term!-Ia advemes, per year........asson AMverleing Razes~ very reseaoable. will be faeelehe e applicatioe at this office. TIE FIRST REPUIUCAN PAPER STAITES IN VALLEY CO., MONT Several complaints have reached the Searchlight that stock running loose on the range is being shot, and in some instances killed, in the neighborhood of Medicine Lake. As there as no herd law and no law against stock running at large it might be well for any one pract icing such tactics to take notice that if apprehended he is liable to, from one to ten years in the peas. t ntiary for the offense. DOME FOR CUIPPE WAS Special Agent Armstrong In Heleoa Says Arrangements Are Completed. Special lIdian Agent Armstrong arrived in Helena recently after a trip in northern Montana in search of a taomne for the Cpippe wt Indians camped near Birdseye. Mr Armstrong says that...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 November 1909

Knit d OUR FALL NOUNCLMINT Third Annual kh wall Announcement The Waluover :hoe for cen, which we It is our custom each fall to devote a whole page of the manateed einlto the community, is now so Widely k""a and useed that little need be S* lh oorPi aoeeet said rgaedis thesm. We consider tham This issue ye will devote largely to the description of the the beet liWe oaC 8.50. 64.00 and lines of merchandise we are handalg-calllng your special $5.00 shones on the market, and the fact attention to the particularly high quality lI1es we carry that the Wslkover factory turns out fifteen D lies you see promlanetly advertised in the magainass tbouefad pair daily is evidence that they hih cit rculate thrmouerlt the world-lines which are In. are wern and sold to men in nearly every tk country in the world. ./ternationally known and ussed. country Advertising creates the demand-but the goods must hold the trade. We endeavor to furnish our trade with the highest class merchandise obtainable, 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. — 12 November 1909

V0* i*,MOD NE S NOTES CONDENSED Ahbg M! Nor E u r Iuper tes Iveas hsr. a. There Foreign. The bouse of commons passed the third reading of the finance bill by a vote of 379 to 149. The scene in the borse was a memorable one. Seldom bas there been a larger attendance of members and peers and the diplo maate galleries were crowded to ca pacity. It Is reported that Ardabil, In Ase bajan province, about ninety miles from Tabriz. has been captured by the Shasevan and Karadaghi tribesmen, who have taken the field in behalf of the deposed shah. Both the Persian and Russian governments are hurry. Ing troops to the point, as it is feared the small Russian forces and many Russians just in Ardabil are in danger. A general election was held throughout the Philippine islands for members of the assembly and pro vincial and municipal offices. Little interest was shown and it is doubtful if the total vote will equal that of two years ago, when only about one in thirty of the Filipinos registered. A ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 November 1909

peMpOlar *mady Is the m d havme bee. .mde -eown t deop0 ll. This meems a mmwers b the aduvrlelag of pepedlr falm PuM. esetelne mqons other pa gselide seal. powerf.i mits efeds upee the muouse a es. hrueas. Cedre seed, a ser medilese and sunpeasad took. Cubebe, vsluable I uaseal e"t h and adsissets eathe hhdmse and bladder. smee root, veluube for the aervee, -ee membrane ams l as Is depsfy old Sadi. A m-s wlt coax his wife till she ires is, and Is pleased with himsef when be saueseds, but when the chil drae coax her, sad she yields, he is -iagusted adth her.-Atchbson (Ka.) Globe. Stropn Winds and Sand Sterme An, dagsluteerfwsdBarde.,% N.Y. if a giddy woman could hear what Is said about her giddiness behind her back it would knock some of the aid. dinmes out ct her. Don't stop mang to chew WRIG LET'S SPEARMINT. Chew it attar. it's fine for digestion. Prearestlantlio is the thief of many a good time. Costly surround ings wll mot compensate for a lack of taste in har -oo fig the wall ti...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 November 1909

A 1 -r i - a-- (b#)7/fVT roW eY #: iYAA w/ (WAWP SYNOPSIl. Darakae a Tartar dirybecame n enamored ofagodnbaddtrne'hwr tl and sttudylng herb. In the hrhome In central Aia., and revea endto him the location of a mine love .rher in reurha fotr her disclosure. were followed to the cave by the g relatives, who blocked up the en and drew off the water supply. IJs the couple to die. Baraka's cousin eahrbetrothed, attempted to climb downa&cliff overlooking the mine: but the traveler shot him. The stranger war revived from a water gourd Sand car CHAPTER .-Continued. It was a long time siace she had heard any sound from the cave; she west to the entrance and listened, but all was quite still. Perhaps the trav eler had fallen asleep from exhaus tion, too tired even to drag himself out into the air when he could work no longer. She sat down in the en trance and waited. An hour passed. Perhaps he was dead. At the mere inward suggestion Baraka sprang to her feet, and her heart beat franticall...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 November 1909

4 ones the' Wp f ir* at*m synlc C. 5. i er of Ft. Peak i. I waiems ws islasa beefat er as se. W. C. Uilts of the aehvil Tabtse -ar in etw Temday ma4 maid the seeselps a mai. The Misses Dalen md carn Smepbene anm dew.es bm i ws ml e vsgmed Mr. Mse Mea.Pesmb atemhees. It is epeesm thee W. G deer aid MNm Zks d awaremad tersei asthhiwes weak. The -as- big -samds guetig The ea er Meslase C., bhae 3s ekel a heR U of Had Se wmb. ore. seema s bge e Is hebilidea's The L.ihs AM o tha Pre syiem abash wl be terif.ees as te bassd Mss. H. D. U ..e.s..a e ray aftseroem. New. ~she. hle Curm was ia tows Wedneeday tres ble sadm as the Smath Side with a -esd of laxudr whlche sreceived 5s1.3 per mbeel. ERmbshoery Clmb will give as iavitatilc dlsae ia the Opera Hall on Tamday maght eoeest weak, It will be ode of the social aesod t the sewsom. The Varmetr Isetitats at Homesteead as Tmesday was airly well asteeded mad thoem prseeat were eathamiasttc as well as latearetd is the lectares. J. R. Crites has 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. — 12 November 1909

Zeno-George Coal Mine Pisuty of the Best Lignite Coal in Valley County. Weights Guaranteed and Prices Right. J.J.MOORE, Operator. * R. N. Anderson I BLACKSMITH SHOP: * (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) 0 : Blacksmithing of all Kinds and I Wood Work "1 Horse Shoeing a Specialty * Culbertson, - . - Montanal i o- THlE - Red Blacksmith Shop UEO. BALFOUR, Prop. Successor to Louis Johnson General Blacksmith ing and Woodworking of All Kinds Horse Shoeing and Plow Work a Specialty. CULBERTSON, MONT. THE HARNESS SHOP Brenna & Schow. Props. A large stock of Harness, Horse Blankets, Raps, Whips, Halters, Bridles, Curry lonibs, etc. Old baresas repared and made Culbertson, Mont. to ol loo like new. THE LONG STRIDES which we have made in the VIVO FLOUR business, are the results of our broad and honor able policy of treating the public, not as birds from whom every feather should be plucked. but rather as customers whose future welfare would be identical with our own success. In treating our patrons libe...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 November 1909

, 7 Erb q ... s. r _2 votW VIII. t&T; A E C U ,, A A F I Y N V ,(a ·r, '' = w VOLt. VII. NO .N; t;. CULIRETSOt, VALLEY COONTY,, I .ANA. FRIDAY. NOV 9, igog. #too Prult YEAR Iistorical Libra r=_c White Pine and Tar For Coughs and Colds For sale by VALLEY DRUO CO. A. W. Hursol, Proprietor INEWSTOVESI S 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 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. e o" S. S. MOEN I * THE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN ***po.,* * e*****eooooo ******oooo ooo** St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Andrew Bettered. Prop. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. BOHOW. PROP. Dray lng Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. OU B BRTSON, MDONTANA Money to Loan on Improved FARMS I Drafts on all foreign costries....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 November 1909

r". Se*Ch tht atdred May s.. tgoe, as Samod-Clea Matter. Pstee at C.lberum. Most., Ueder at of Conams of March 9. t,79y FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor. Terms--la advane, per year........ $2on Ad.verWig Rates, very reasonable. ll be fearslehd os applietio at this ofice. TIE FIRST REPUILICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO, MONT. Some of the big grain men in the large citiesdo not like the way the farmers are holding onto their grain this season, and it is knocking in their speculations of keeping the price down. It has been the usual thing all over the northwest to market the grain at threshing time, and then the big manipulators could push down the price for a few weeks until the farmer had marketed all he had then the manipulators reaped the benefit of the rise. This year the farmers got wise, built granaries, and are now in the field for a little of the filthy lucre themselves-and it looks as though they were going to get it -Edgeley Mail (North Dakota.) The University of Montana...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 November 1909

4* "'~' ~ ·-.*.~ ·Y .- ··x ) : . _ _ _ IJ l l I3 1 '4'P~lYA ~ Lantatwcarl w e lýO~rlltl'y' Il·ru` ý! /Meýýr Ail t.onately on the mea's reigt, w.hs, ws em o m t s l. Ieae v aupl a4s with hopih, wit asre a. ly sald Isrk ~t~o ae t as beIare " sire Is heb CHAPTIR Ilo-Ceetluewd. -We toud gt ilous a lot b--.-t- Itadyt la is taid her lw t han as." - t-AHe if I Can emnember, or a tlat orel ay the matU. right, which waost to eneet n he, sad td her voice rippled with hapianess. "Iwere soad aly said a lark instea t ato the. womRua's "ae laughed. "We n ol-td et sot a lot better without d, sarks thaney sitahout doen," an swered her friend phllohlcy. "rut 'll make It a nightingale next t"me rt I I han rsemember, on a balt ele or an brd that trikes you as cheertful." a it's all over nd set Th"Do touribme mouth htrble you were most to gentlenesshat the ough ie blue eyes were asdenly kind as they lookel t to a oldahsted sad ofa, their hands parter a ltother that down chde by sidebo.t-besides seeing ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 November 1909

NEWS NOTES CONDIENSED Asebg 3w.r ,s Ne Iuru trot Eves Ir s HTI Foreign. That Mme. 8teinheil, aided by some unknown accomplice, murdered her husband, so as to obtain her freedom to wed the wildly infatuated Maurice Borderel, but that the killing of her stepmother was unpremeditated and merely incident to the tragedy, is the theory of the state as outlined by Trouard Riolle. the judge advocate, in opening the argument of the prosecu tion in Paris. The joint committee of the house of lords and the house of commons which was appointed in July to in quire into the censorship of the drama, reported in favor of contin uing the censorship and of extending the authority of the censor, so as to include also the supervision over the music halls the same as is now in effect at the theaters. Alice Paul and Amelia Brown, the wlndow-smashing suffragettes, were sentenced each to one month at hard labor. Both are members of the Mrs. Emmelane Pankhurst organization. During the banquet at Guild hall. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 November 1909

>h a eanad. an U *ea ,elm.b us brsiJy qmu uesbr hotda ` wtub aw , Ipb 0.bstsdw dgo b'~ I - -.ow ire sr rs d.ar irt~~d P ·ypr 04rrrearr~r SjlY pr Iprr "~"--1~' CwiM1 e1l lrtfsa..tý+Margeotºý STANDARD OIL COMPANY l~i~*il~ir~?;ll.ýp a InYI ~Pra a -sh*. 4ilV tinte u Sla~lt~rii;E3Vit - ouwhws s Oneon that W. t.. Asulm shoos howd thd r bt wta lwrls Ibn wI~ th rr~ oth r innbee + t b leathers, the met I-n we v rmMU aMeM sLe sad shape te mit waite of~ If..·lr~ .EHIDES i FURS why.«is o..euand s-Ia-lltlas Lbsd We. $14000 imutd amd T·appe' 6i". h.... E* F When Cold Winds Blow When cold winds blow, bti frostrea s in the r and back-dt own dt. chimOey deade the the the PERFECTION Oil Heater emaqipnd wb thme~us om.ns shows is sure heating power by m sudooloy 1n theh ie th The Prhasde Oil NeNW iM s aaWs#lAl by wester seise. t uerr ta'. N seas-s mes-juut a geala, uuhin a g .te. TIm new ka hweess turnet ndse eb-hi en. s-urbihLam _s_ absm ty hal hIbe Jaus hta.dt.rd.s c. iaW Fru Ilst WANT jiwmm4Yir h...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 November 1909

R 4 ~i---i as k h ai a.a t waams , D. l" Mrs. James Bryce, since her distinguished husband has represented Eng. faud at Washington, has become exceedingly popular and presides as hostess at the embassy with charming grace. DIAMONDS IN CANADA Sparklers Unearthed in Ancient Mounds in Rainy Lake District. r Experiences of Old Miners and Pros. pectors Support Theory of Head of Geological Survey That Rich Bods Exist. Fort Francis, Ont.-Old mining men and prospectors in this region did not peed to be told by Dr. Ami of the geo logical survey that great diamond wealth undoubtedly lies hidden in that part of Canada between the great lakes and Hudson bay. In the Rainy river district and In the auriferous valley of the Seine many "sparklers" have been obtained from Indians and Freach Canadian voyageurs. who in their wanderings had picked them up without any idea of their character or value. At the hamlet of Mine Center. In the Seine river country. George R Douglass is the resident agent and a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 November 1909

.4 ... Las smee ts cm see Jshr rer - b- - a ims Ct.dmmpums 1ir. :. cMM d l.nglr- rt1.. "* *s l Thu nra g aeve ek, sh. The 3km r Mbmots Co. be Jus eetedtheir an d hlday ns.. A baby hegl was.aheam Mr. sad Ms. emnry Duettbs, d Lmedt. *mig. XRle. ad Wiher UmArwear akdof he wiLmmenr Uaekhe, advehsi d this wee. Matsa M em n Wa down ban Wof Pelatyest. ey sad eald at t.. amsh Msm. W. Swase am ss. s Chaer will vlee m se tw for t. Doa.s for a visit Pees t a rdmed sgie moies this weok Mt tbey bas a special sale n of Mm's far sas. The Vayay Drag Co. adverime Nyals White Plsa and Tat fr coughs sad colds m tibdr de h weud. Mar. F. . Arast hit hor Mitamaplls hor a tesw wehk visit. Mis Mary Cal well aoompeafed her. Mr. ad Mrs. T. . Gusdrecam and e het ymuseday fr Shwley. Mius. a speed thm wlater Ia their old hbeo ws. Mr. and Mrs. Nelsoe. pearesnts of Mrs. Ioe Keuea are hre Srom Nirth Dahtn, thib week viltig at the KeUe brse. Ipemlo1 Notin--Tbhkv wll be so ser vices o d av Ld Ii the Methodies ohbure...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 November 1909

SZeno-feorge Coal Mine Plenty of the Best Lignite Coal in Valley County. Weights Ouaranteed and Prices Right. J.J.MOORE, Operator. * 9 R. N. Anderson 1: . BLACKSMITH SHOP R (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) ! Blacksmithing of all Kinds and i Wood Work Horse Shoeing a Specialty I a Culbertson, - - - Montana - THE - Red Blacksmith Shop , 1 GEO. BALFOUR, Prop. * Successor to Louis Johnson a General Blacksmithing and £ Woodworking of All Kinds Horse Shoeing and Plow Work a Specialty. y CULBERTSON, MONT. THE HARNESS SHOP Brenna & Schow, Props. A harge stoc:k of Harnessa, Horse IBlahket. Rops., Whips. Halters, Bridles, Curry fCombs, etc. Old harness repared and made to look like new. Culbertson, Mont. THE LONG STRIDES which we have made in the VIVO FLOUR business. are the results of our broad and honor able policy of treating the public, not as birds from whom every feather shouhl be plucked. but rather as customers whose future welfare would be identical with our own success. In treating our pat...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 November 1909

TR1 PIrý 9, . u y V . r. VU O. ___c(~WTCOU A, RIDAL, NOV. A torn,. a State Library c White Pine and Tar c For Coangls and Colds For sale by VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. MIl=oI, Preprletpr NIW_ STOVES, : The Elmburst 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 *0' $ 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 theo Muyer, I S. s. MOEN " STHnBR 4IARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Andrew Betterud, Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy ReOgs. Culbertson, - - M . ,,lly-~~---------- , ,CITY DRAY I-NE L. B. SOHOW. PROP. Drab lug Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. I.ULUBRT8ON. (mONTANA Money to Loan on improved .*ARMS ! Drafts on all foreeign .oinhtrim. alty Deposit baoes faqo rea$. * **...amh tlclmts to ad tfrom all reign Cao~uatriles. *i Fb satdAIaA$...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 November 1909

The Searchlight. InerWs May t,. 9oae, as Seco.d-Class Matter. Poastees at Cibersa, Moat.. Under Act of Comgre. d March 9. 1179 PRAN. S REED. Editor sad Proprietor Terms-ta advance. per year........ oon Advertsing Rates very reasonable. will be faraished oa application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Last Saturday evening a beauti. fil wine set was presented to President L W. Hill at the Minne sota Club in St. Paul A like set was also pre~nted to \V P. Ken ney of St. Paul who so ably assist ed President Hill in entertaining his guest on the memorable Bil ling trip These sets were contri buted by the members of the party on President Hills special train, ass a token of appreciation of the many courtesies shown by these; estimable gentlemen. Messrs. Bruegget. Coulter. Mathews and Reed -ent telegraims of greeting last Saturday, which were read at the l Rbh meeting in S: Paul While the edior of the Searchlight came honne on a rregllar train :lhead ...

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