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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 February 1910

io1. * f" i ýewws OVW-.A* AAWAAW º ,ý a he neru IB weal * car B the tor la bee ta* r la the was ae b "rt tO lW as to be lh a home. a b ote ha UeWel Utas eaa mean Ishul avethough ho ereo as ý ` Ahnt It s! Th laiern baw ere la ae p l - of tone AS oaan aasre "Iwst her cvlybfr bead two treamee. B thed Lady MaldhlIeu laCetlAsinthti'd wamnon tmer vi wit Bareta we epe to t." CHAPTt X11 111-ContInusd. "I ahould have thought you were oreor used to riding," maid the Amer1. eaL, A h, yue!* The ladifferent answer erme in a peculiarly oily tone, though the pronunciation warn perfect. "I warn In the cavalry before I began to travel. But I walked over 2,000 milee In Central Aela, and warn none the worse for It." - - I I II. ~s~;;T;\~ dl ftI'~!T1 IL 4 4, / / -~1I I//v If "We a Gmaud R~.'* He Said. Vsuaa,.t wassuwe that abs was fa gash to Nba bwar as ab» moved as wlth him by bw sib:; sad Viar TteM waikbt with umw Rinbmo wai lade swits that be was Iesri UInsdss ube bed badsd oaths with ma fr aft ulat...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 February 1910

HNE'WSHOTES COIDENSED A hsbge by. if the Et. I. pithr batos Ier M Thera Poreign The utnlesas gained another seat In the Southport division of Lancaster. OtherWise the few results before an sounced do not change the party strength. The newly elected members of parliament now stand: Unionlsts, 221; liberals, 202; laborites. 34; na tionaliats, 69. President Madria of Nicaragua is sued a proclamation giving the details of the causes which have led to a re newal of hostilities. He refers to the offers of peace made to the revolution ists through Rear Admiral Kimball and their refusal to accept anything but complete recognition of the pro visional government, and says ques tions must now be settled by arms. American shoe manufacturers are making extraordinary shipments on orders from their German agents, placed in anticipation of the enforce ment of Germany's general tariff against American importations on and after February 7. A native runner who has arrived from South Africa reports tha...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 February 1910

'rt b flu Ar B atfimitle FLk. basemee they buom a shesi of he matmm 100 mMa wowe perht eweiegmema. fhlak whathmtbM smy you Paeeml whemufssfri somebssyre., a t ftl..wh~am wr ymuw whisk ille fotot.i is 3 bpo.iser me im ~t eM na u ie a q suitamble ha ~a hls'bgwI viepse ay h a hgherthem rwan the pain.i bth ahiba ipe gage Saeovery pel oore hoeo darserieeeaebmap sewat m his maa iaimjh mtm. min atyle of ss yaw are premsq w " W.7SCRYh~o The Wret&.&a matomiato "SIs.u' m~ w uI oo..a YAJCIMA S-m m 4am.. 3sM aOwkm~~ uuoR w~ ON"U i ""user Bart ofeO . <° « b e(meaa be~la ethe aWhitse I bstu wh my mw m 01 b iso, h .y as -..wa bis~gee a amoh at 1 t die Slabs t the imgIldtyº Mase. at Usosufs'eaM, Uk °~hbiim fUbetat tbo sd .assm .t the.". w maisi by the i w hht awe -thoe. 1m Udu ii byýMa woos.r aM15ar sad other ~bs for the mhbiaweu Tao who iesgU. to"a daft. tbis 01ovuy. parle the me rays it snligbt Is bls lathes' oll UsE.Ustd by th asreb 0 a0.naawelal poem .... tbis qusla top atop stasi to...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 February 1910

MUNTANA WINS MANY PRIZES At National Corn Show, Omaha Nebraska, Dec. 6-18, 1909 Montana again showed her ability to cope with the best agricultural states in the Inion by takin, irany prize` at the National Corn Exposition. The list of awards shown below 0 a great tribute ti t intllii-ence of Montana's farmers, as well as a forceful demonstration of the fertile soil and favorable climate. Competition Open to the World bm t Blne Stem Wheat-Seeosd, x. Baker, a( ade, 4 s Sheat Duam Wheat-Third, Brmadview Sead weasa. Bat Sheaf aed Winter What S N. Gbeat Valls, Mot. Beet Sheaf, Other ibma lFeUGe Steis. Bard Winter, Durmn or Red Witter y .Fte-Iist. (iM R. Mannerlug. Kallerell, Most. Dist Sheaf White Oatt--- bi Nehos Barr?, Kaliepell. Most. not Sheaf Two Row Ds~~-Fist, Cue Si King. A m Ym ost Diet sheaf yiel Pase-First. 1F. Albo T..h i, Must., iiismd. L L Smith. Eureka. Most. BaDs .k Affa S.ariSeedk d, Lohr BDn .. Tampicoh ,Mf t.; V. rd, J. Grim, Chinook. Mast. Beat Dale Alfafa-Ntaie H, 0....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 February 1910

4e v AWA ye tZumm p. w p#Ibt. Mre ad Mt6. Wm3 h..- i 000 -NWS MW ck.. kum eer W W~be ma Csikw'mi skms. !M tawm km aempud a rldm - o OlNsi. Messmmib -?p cwbsSS Cia. e1 " AsI~s.km" Ca. ek tI . ?o.sk Mv. s* hu~b CIsdlsr of 3.1. vib us a 1a wsMaday for seb Old ~lp~msv Aapukbsr at .sslamuas an1 As 9M ui Is agheb.,use auaiseg tek had~h 1.ab i Mask. 0iD,~ lopd Wilai is row aum.dhg~ ahs. Dr. 1. W. CoiU..m. Dr. M am! kg. mi Glagw. MosT.. ?emm ws usema aguse or aie Dmq b Dd.m. 'A miý4-d ale.,C. L.. abesmsal wa emeerimlm ase Ptihuerm fLidnes Ali. her ieldeMe a tiday Feb. sat. Evey as* is dl, illaset to atteami *. nht uad frhm z t h.1e. eeg Pieo S.. L*a ' Ybehal ! are emJeymg tib- ae. *smeti*7 m iach. 1 0Ledge senses abe S Wbtedeiidv evem a .el. Halla the S. S. Meva lea. W G. i. Camser. Sea. 'f S W. Ueamet hoef eu Miss.. amd ee qr. 0. W. Frasir ot Destrit Miss.. aryhel be Wessday mesaing s bob up mee.asasiera amber of Mianesta hemagitem. Pref. Daee wma a Isgoew test Friday aw Satarndy omductlag...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 February 1910

HASON &BARIWOI MILLING COMPANY Best Patent Flour "Vivo" We also handle all kinds of Grains and Seeds Feed grinding and Ground Feed at the Elevator. ,e*******************.***e*************. R. N. Anderson 0 i BL4CKSMITII SOP (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) Blacksmithing of all Kinds and : Wood Work Horse Shoeing a Specialty Culbertson, * Montana THE HARNESS SHOP Brenna & Schow, Props. A large stuck of Harness, Horse Blankets. Rops, Whips, Halters, Bridle., Curry Combs, ete Old harnes. epared and mades (u l.aa lie... Culbertson, Mont. kabBkMBEBMBbbWSWWWWWWaga g OO TO THE g Red Blacksmith Shop a fora first class job of . HORSE SHOEING a We guarantee satisfactory work on all kinds of I hospital horses, as we have a first class choir. ile is a graduate frein Papoose shooing shop of Beston, Mass. OEO. BALFOUR, Prop. CULBERTSON, MONT. Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites acoounts of the people, assuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 February 1910

*~~~~~~ WON4e UIA.- * - Foy and face RaiW Cypam, it has no ; leaves the skin white soft. VAl4'3 DRW CO. A. W. nusoml, Proprietor MAXWELL 1910 MODII. C ear. cyuoder.............. .. $900.00 to $1500.00 Tw syndsr.: ............................. 5600.00 flagause*e an l macheesu. rtodels os hand to demonstrate Mta. Wm. Combos. 4grnt, Siday. Mont. ...Groceries .:C UL BER Two oAShseaTod now ftirte can sweet corn..... ade'oohneS hoice can peas....... pake C A SH9ForwLa Choice can beans. ...a Begin Its Ladies' c tton hose toe now Ripe tomatoes, solid packed Ladies' cotto 2 now. 1 percan ................ 23c g Childaen's Oi blood hose 250 Cracked race, per lb......... Sc Clnow.............. gg.OSee ............. Sa tu rdaV et i l Children's worsted o . Coulks~Ja adies' corset coversnC O Grape nuts................i5C SAtatma .'pan cakelor, Never in the history of this or any other mercantile establishment Lade' scove nw Cor Oamest arlb........... usinpeti S ". .33 in Valley County has there b...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 February 1910

5 4x MA The Biggest, Best and most Saving Sale Ever Known in Culbertson nwrrnw -_ nran umwau Rn IlitrIAb REDUC TIONS IN ALL Rather than move our Large 3tock we will ~SELL FOR CAS.H Our Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Hardware, Groceries, and Farm Machinery, at prices never heard of here. This is a genuine slaughter. Men's Goods. H Hardware. * Men's feece lined "U" wear, very heavy, all sizes. Fine heavy German 0 Nails, Mortise locks, Rim locks, padlocks, butts, strap hinges, "T" sOx. Heavy Jersey suits, all sizes Fine My wool sox. Corduroy coats : Hinges, meat choppers. Tools-Hand saws, Cross-cut saws, Compass saws, 52 Inches long, very special. . Mole skin coats, the heaviest coat shown " hack saws, meat saws, auger bits, augers, drill bits, socket chisels, screw driv In Culbertson. A full line of fur coats. A fine line of men's neckwear. 0 ers, hammers, squares, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors, razor strops Round-up sox. scissors, shears, tin-w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 February 1910

-Y X_ -~ ~ .- -- I 344 t ¶M ý *Yu Wili News. U.drtndm ". She Said. SYN@Mi&. aa at 1 at r as w 1 wgV f 'a H. Im - imek w aH toM a " " ala wo M e of e -. Mas' aw~~~r1- aS fe-Ml a °,t -, me pW% hebsatkbt Mw 1 te loo **, i.. a 1 you b" s1M o e . 1w A - >Nw 'a Mime at ow wt I*, I" Wloa bin MMr x"". Stl e ie he wrote the adtreses for me. I have it. Tou will ta em there Ia year ehi , eSI shall lad him." "I[ ok Safd **h M~i skia 7yoe A to ssar Logoethst asked. "ibw warib. e&ssj eaa: 'Tye If me to die, h t I am aot dead. I am here. T nh o you aed ae seob. rest msn. The rubles are my mar' risg partlon, which you have tae.. Now yoe mast be my husbead.' That Is all. 1lw words." "It is year right," Losoathe aa swered. "But he will act marry rem." "Tes he shall die." replied Baraka, as uietly as if she were styla that he abhoul go for a walk. "9 you kill him, the laws of that oenaty ma take year lite," obleeted the Greek. "that will he my pwaro," the girt answered. with pbemaod Inasase...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 February 1910

FMUMAIIAfH THAT PSITA M TO MANY - W t Maersd f Wht is Geleg on In C0 grewa in Weshiangba and Is *m Peatles Field. Fereign The Germam goverament has issued A decree, which In efect permits American apples packed 1a barrels, In the bead of which excelsior or paper Is placed to prevent damage in ship ping, to enter that country without the payment of the tariff rate provided. An attendant of the Roggenau sani tarium at Heidelberg. tn charge of Dr. Freuheerer, said that Dr. 1. A. Cook had been staying at that Instit. ties for some time under the name ot Gunther and that he left for Vienna. This, so far as. has bees iapossible of conirmation. The American Red Cross society at Washlngton, having been sotified by Robert Bawes, American ambassador in Paris, that contributions from this country to aid the flood sufferers in Prance would be acceptable, issued an appeal to the American public, ask ing that they contribute with their characteristic generosity. After various conferences with the...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 February 1910

'I-.h SK4* w. N. IL. FAIme. NO. ?-.41& 'AV ti 00 ~mihhkav. M ~ ~ ~ tft years'+ wohaveý;_L notF moossdedb. ate.d .nsisea th t ýatrtteirs~6 4 = - - 410141 ' am to aI h. Omb t~m thus. ii 4 7 24 14-4 V. *%P x my . smeber t a rf, w~ w°b Ni. l gt uJ it ate P. _'s a~wM~smw, * ýý 1i - f rn U ie. b 31prase ewysrteld et P31351gW b, the sea. d l. i.Ye Which Pope e skim had, talsi. 354* ONIL rs iseboaeg with doe qma.eeedm (a Mthe Foos pes*411u Ow this esimt asI retarwsi by to wo twi hsedaah praleuS.'.`ta di eay Me, aini lay by tot. sgimmi ami alibsý *vo s. ; M~~~~~~ ai linte n6rha miusmii hti sýewaee to w lus IL Vel.tte'. ar tpewe %ai to 0,10nt the reh *,&tth l tere - £54oe t m paou. '-i to he eel sa this y1w asshe whopkhe pet. or suinelet - tr. d om m~ are i' butin'iaar I b ts M. A ebthemad A u It his.ss.:; ~~the E s*t.w hedt.. athe tair a ta 1M7ý'A¶'au& PAlE .PLAARUS ui. Sas. rive u,~e am 16 at tb. wbq we *atm to ee. Sust "~t, it w bs"Nb5nwt C UthND "Y "L@OOM@TtVL Sillapt Yeuug Ma...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 February 1910

.ý @ iýpsmaUým Wt Farme of Montana WE Carry on iqmrtante W- wd The G@,5 Nortbera Railway po poses to pet into efect a plea where, by the fhrmers of Meatana, located along its line, can demeostrate the adaptability of the soll for various kinds of crops. Tb. plan was orig iasted by Mt. L. W. Hill. President of the Great Northera Railway, and the varioes eomalarclal clubs and tloal developenat organlsattois of Moatana have been invited to cor resapod with Mr., I. C. Leedy, Gen Ma J. .. BILL eral Immigration Agent. Great North era Railway. SL Paul. Minnesota, sad suggest the, names of three or feur of the best farmers located ad jaseet to their respective towns for the purpose of enabling the railroa 1I representatives to select one of t::o farmers who is in a l ositr to give. the matter proper attention. The week will be carried on under the jurisdietton of Professor Thomas Ihaw, the well known agricultural sad soil expert, who has already done so much toward disseminating valu able l...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 February 1910

!ý _ _ r y n ý x_, ý ._ý e _ . _, N".t r Yý ý ' I "ýý X ýý ý" .!ý -d NO.D[ liie ta!Pmwh Tamse Faeb, w, is sib am salversury &u S algiass bast Mbiraky. J. it. Auses aend NWe Shmeks Wiles ,peat Smaday with relatives as Beeskah. Pak SeBa-t Fl bleded lsagle comb g s ,B elhemum $.50 each wabus 'lad. L O. Lnashe. 40 af Monday i Si. Valentanes Day and ala ulpur. o-so valenibe Is not an mach to Bell. s shis ymmr a awad. Ceomy Astarmer Digen wee does frnts Glacgow lasm Saturday to prosecs.. ih Gerat iNetber tm tmves. Mask Thnies a whoelseals ag-st hr sMesekleM a e ened Drurys Sit Drists. Lawsy esdes t =aghl faloor phoss y6 44tl ]olo- P n wtu bus bee epmnlag te past els weks at she batn of his father, F. P. Paries., left for Wagner Meadap. Joha H. Simpson of the Triple Ash mases easr Brokston. was la sown last Set auday ad bhamiem 1 subecriber to the H. C. Buachols of the Lnan:k St. to is baying a elosag at ealm which will begia Taeaday. Feb zpth, sad connuse umail all the goods ia the st...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 February 1910

N~N &BARZON MILLING COMPANY Best Patent Flour "Vivo" We also handle all kinds of Grains and Seeds Feed grinding and Ground Feed at the Elevator. 3 R. N. Anderson IBLACKSMITBI SHOP=. (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) 3 Blacksmithing of all Kinds and Wood Work 1 Horse Shoeing a Specialty * Culbertson, - * - Montana : * '3 THE HARNLSS SHOP Brenna & Schow, Props. A larje stock of Hartiess, Perse Planikets. Rops. Whips, Halters, Bridles. Curry lombes on. etc. toI t,arn.. l.iknre andew Culbertson, Mont. b OOTOTHE : * Red Blacksmith Shop b a for a first class job of a HORSE SHOEING We guarantee satisfactory work on all kinds of hospital horses, as we have a first class sheer. I HIe is a graduate froam Papoose shoeing shop of * Boston. Mass. a OEO. BALFOUR, Prop. 4 un CULBERTSON, MONT. Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites accounts of the people, amuring perfbct service and every acoommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED SMINT SAL...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 February 1910

,,, n :, \ F i ~ ~ ?l~l, ;'Ilk· ~-· I ·~ I~i~~~Mt, d and face se Pna. Cream, it has o. quals leaves the skin white, tand soft. VALIOY [M wO.CO. . W. Hmaul, Proprietor , MAXWELL 191O MOOD. C ur e.IIm6r.............. .. 900.00 to $1500.00 tm . cylu re........... .................... 0 0.00 t' Wgmae eq l inmachImss. e.ls, e bhand to dmvastrat a with. Wmi. Combos. 4gnt, Stdayr Maut. Groceries " "iý .ei ". '" Third Annua Mid winter I - .: Choicean pr.s......... 9c · LAnuaLadies' flee erod ow. Jo Choice can beans......... g. Ltdles' ctoo barea eow.. 8 Ripe tomatoes, solid packed L.d~"' cottos bhee see now. le. -er can................ *IC Ceald n Os- -- his e Clearing Green gauges, p,.acheir, pears. s$3 c6W..................16. PFie Jap rice, 3 ~h ... ... ..i ChAgi . d gle 'ka Slightly broken, 4 lbs . .... 25C NOW ON Cacedrice, per b........ 18 I NOW ON AT s .......,. .O° see ................ U B O ...... re, .CULBERTSON CASH SE C ..r ap.as.................Sc ........... Co Oat ul. p. Ih.....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 February 1910

The Biggest, Best and most Saving Sale Ever Known in Culbertson Rather than move our Large Stock we will' Our Stock 'of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Hardware, Groceries, and Farn Machinery, at prices never heard of here. This is a genuine slaughter. t " Ms Hardware. Men's keece lined "U" wqar, very heavy, all sizes. Pine heavy German * Nails, Mortise locks, Rim locks, padlocks, butts, strap hinges, "T" seoo Heavy Jersey suits, all sizes. Fine Hy wool sx. Corduroy coats Hinges, meat choppers. Tools-hand saws, Cross-cut saws, Compass saws, 82 inclde long, very special. Mole skin coats, the heaviest coat shown : hack saws, meat saws, auger bit., augers, drill bits, socket chisels, screw driv n e T h e Biggest, Best and most Saving Sale Evhamm ers, squares, k nives and forks, pocket knives, razors, raor strops Rathenr than move our Large tock we will' Round Faup Machineryscissors, shears, tinware, granite iron-ware and other things too numerous. ****eese**eeee on....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 February 1910

Ii.. Rr w a11 .7 t. g ,.t 1.6W Amaila s, i E iti be eoba deabry be s.ich with these abshis"` a )iob i p SR Ya i~~Y' @PP w1* two . lte 5 tt Ct4bI5'4b oi1 the seateu states, cad they ors swathring. gret deal oifistrest is the rural distri t.. Theae car take the plae of our other sbows in tghe l.bl h sekitsed districts, by taking Moiaiaa's prduct directl to the tit seqr of the jmafsr aru, raple C5sf m.t6. M. w: f.t S l bW~ab m ad a id Wedaed ay at M 2.5oa 13.im t g p Bt. H C.-9 inAm~kig isd aw ach aliW -at iUIýii# &. meflepq~b yuA14.,Aw e. b.wr . ,I w d B~ilosad laivmhesa~. a.. aalem )Nai satss ta a. n. ag at 'L.LoS.ad 4..-a Ma sw w be sm ma umge trots '° oar eppirnar rua et. The ruseal .1 Tia~s 6etbkh har 41db c I! U.Mthat bbltaa bue bu re Fltu.,mJ laa ll plg s . bauhm wee dseud dari4$ the fsaeak. - A'kesg arllrtb DOe&* balad viadtd w aeadav. We blhe"a bad mash irm tar t a he bis. scw drifts every . b Deedma bas bees woebiegi Iha bjpehmlb aebp fr the pies tbree webs. J give is...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 February 1910

CODE A Nbg M.s o de 1Bre Im The governments of China and Zapan signed a postal working agree mast on the basis of the postal union rules. The agreement affects Man churla chefly. China, by its terms, recovers its monopoly of mail carry ag on its own railroad together with equal rights over the Japanese rall road. R. C. Riblet was examined at Rome by J. M. Sheridan and W. J. Magee, of the American department of the Interior, in conneetion with the ebarge that certain parties bad taken up patents to coal lands in Alaska with the Intention of disposing of their rights to others. Riblet dented that he had committed a statutory fraud. The Vienna MNeuse Wiener Tage blatt publishes a long story of the matrimoahal troubles of Count and Countess Gisyoki. The countess was formerly Miss Eleanor Patterson of Chicago, datghter of R. W. Patterson. Li Paz (Bolivia) dispatch: William J. Bryan, accompanied by his wife anud daughter, arrived here. All are en joying ýgod health. A reception In honor o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 February 1910

" , I a ," 1K :'a IC º. Spae, "au ýsLV` tk· )GOOJs "what a tl~e' r hi AO - a 1 T9 I I e h 1bthw as %ollw a t ad allMýR la shmhgit.-l 'feta lmarowe ONCE there was9=-". eh. WRGLEY 'S o ti, I sot tisI. h as> t- ý UveyI aaiwortht "ans gyp, htahe 01 are wortk About, whisk be. caB oa r IwaoJ bYtr "Whaat ý doais eg - ok Mwary I her aema " Aavthlif gss" ,drat " zI wy ý' Y ".wjrutirUrn i. i en a M Ws *%el 4 e e ty t aW,ý ,S au Os the ,1 to et rmt ma It. aS te n has at W041 t at " c i > , w r e o t he a w . n4 to p r e v nt a es g p s~td ras th atsM sWot pdeg that toreh las th udoed Ak rhm I.t steit ,tequep tbsth proamt ahetipe4 t awloweri trins." .me. preastiest broe to saitie tots 1* the aie -tt sak rots that the neb 1Wiwthen hdito 140 wn a 1 dentsr osat mn withe peoaestr ad vaoreenar tuties he pa1 on In portsr d 1 ar seant ncrse in the peroentya" @1 Imports admttted fnree TiHeC~ aid thiets. b etep tauser twarld lower to aues.ttA t*h MU tew relathe rut ptlatio ti e et Ilent apoe uo at...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 February 1910

I. " 4% - NEWS. - p a Ta EL~~7~'i· MA2MsCDAWnrOID " chE ,, f1Sr s('wAW, fW (rlYtAMtr OI .W A. I#W AYMWc SYNOPSIS. OWdm s ra aet d. Iiotne sa [ee h~I a i m ao ar n e. wul ~3rerssii imXeatee a mim They-. the cave by the -/r1'-7 Ij ,, edked up the en water nuppl Artav[ the Is atle t e, Dasrt hekda s oui dewa a iE wýthe mine; but te tiaveler abe i. The stranger wa v f a wae or odcar tiM'. dhl W wa out ofth tunnel.an S the girlt a eai - l rL es. th e grathered all ther ---. sin oaW r c Iarri.a started Ian pur Uag iet Donn! (Margarita da v--ien). a famous prima donna,. became Ia London to Konstantin to ae wealthy Greek financier Her ante friend was Countems e kaewn e Lady Maud. whose um ld been kIdlled by a bomb In It. Potrs burg; and Lady Mauds moet Intimate tr"ai wan Rufu Van To', an Ams ca. who had btcom ose the t .cht r in the wormld. Van Ter w es w oLe with Margaret. and rushe/d 4ne -oo a he heard of her betrohl. He nred Ladr Maued IU S fr he Or t ctharii ty it e woIad ai him n wben ...

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