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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 27 January 1911

THE UONTANA PLAIN DEALER publishd Weekly by Thb, Mon tana plaindealer Company JOSEPH B BASS, EDITOR Subscription, $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post office at Hel ena, Montana, under the act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Address all communications to The Montana Plaindearler, 17 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. pEACEI PROSPERITY I UNION t DEATH OF BISHOP GRANT. In the death of the Rt. Rev. Bishop Abram Grant, who pre sided bver the district of which this city is a aprt, the race and country loses one of its noblest characters, a man who stood for all that was good, a leader of leaders, who for all time will be missed. The race throughout this ,broad land mourn his loss as in him they have lost one of the one of th dominant forcs of the great progress which has been oure in the last half century. \Vith a little more ginger and less entiquate'l campaign meth ods right here in this county the spectacle of a dem ,ocratic deadlocked l...

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. — 27 January 1911

KILLED THE HORSE EXCITING STEER ROIINGQ CON. TEST AT A FLORIDA PICNIC. Capt. Thomas Lindsay, the State's Cowboy King, Became a Hero, but Lost His Famous Horse. Trenton, Fla.--A picnic was given at Fort Fannin on the Suwanee river the other day and a steer-roping con test was advertised as part of the day's entertainment. Capt. Thomas J. Lindsay, who is known as the ca·wt.y king, and is the champion of West Florida, was to contest with 11ll Sykes, thj champion of Levy county. Ca.,taln Lindsay arrived promptly at ten a. m., mounted on his famous pony, Greasy Streak, but Sykes had not yet arrived. Many cheers were given for Captain Lindsay, and hisses given for Sykes, but Lindsay pointed out that something might have hap pened to prevent Sykes' attendance, and proposed to wait 30 minutes for his arrival. 'After waiting 20 minutes, a messenger arrived and reported Sykes was too sick to attend. This was a great disappointment to the crowd, but Captain Lindsay deter mined to give an exhib...

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. — 27 January 1911

,0SS of Appetite s of vitality, vigor or tone, and is Ilossa forerunner of prostrating dis e se .serious and especially so to 'a that must keep up and doing or betn edicine to to take for it is great constitutional remedy Hood's Sarsaparilla Which purifies and enriches the blool and bullds Up, the whole systerm. Get it tod.ay in usual liquid form or coclated tablets called Sarsatabs. Forest Fire Losses. A rough estimate of the fire loss upon the national forests in Montana aul ortheeran idaho, upon which the forest oicfers of the United States department of agriculture have been engaged since the tires were put out, puts the total mure at of timber killed or destroyed ii this ole district at over 6 billion boaid feet, while the area burned over is lut at over oue and one-quarter million The heaviest losses were in two Idaho forests, the Coeur d'Alene, where over 3 billion board feet of timber are re ported killed or destroyed and over 450,000 acres burned over, and the Clearwater, w...

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. — 27 January 1911

LOCALS Trad. with the neasa Pahkig and Provisiom Co. Mr. Charley R'eel iý on the sick list at hiA home with M1rs. A. Palmer, 199 kalph St. Dave II. H arris made a trip to Lewistown this week on Itisi Frank Mitchell left Wednes day for Lewistown at which place he has procured a Iosi tion Miss Edlith Harris left Wed nesday for Lewistown. where she will accept a losition as cashier for her brother-in-law in his cafe at that place. Billy Donnell left last week for St. Paul. Mlinn. Arthur Day .one of the old Helena boys, and formerly uf the 24th, came over from Iutte this week on a visit and to shake hands with his old friends. Walter Brown of Seattle arriv ed in the city this week. Hle is a musician and will make an ad dition worthy of note to the Helena talent. W. R. Webb is a new arrival in the city and resides at -the cole a flats. t The debate at the St. Janimes I Literary last Wednesday night s on the play called the "Nigger" I waxed warm. It was indeed o worth hearing. o A. Dorsey...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 February 1911

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER " Vol. - .... Hel.sf , MoaneMa, Friday, Februaty 24 -ili 3/ THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER published Weekly by The Mon tana Plaindealer Company JOSEPH B. BASS, EDITOR Subscription, $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post office at Hel ena, Montana, under the act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Address all commrunications to The Montana Plaindearler, 17 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACEI PROSPERITY I UNION I The democrats out at the State Ca;l)tul are still showing their ;licapacity to do things, they ,,i!l adjourn and without elect irg a Senator and two years hence the republicans will elect 1\No Senators in a jiffy. Senator Carter started the ball to rolling on the proposition against the election of Senators by direct vote of the people, as the present bill before the Sen ate would legalize the disfran chisement of millions of vtoes, Senator Root and others also helped change the sentiment and it is now doubtful ...

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 February 1911

Indoor Dresses i ' ' - I _ J~ ·i li " L 'i!' I:; I 'y ,~ .. . . - n in tieyar boicelining f ,r v r Fl ,ý r,! i s º c I ' N hedeig o te ef w yrdboic lnig ýeý ýý t,.. e rf r nsie I Frtescn l pnk v le s N the design on the left we have a soft grey cashmere dress; the skirt has a panel front, folds trim mning the foot of sides and back: the slight fullness is gathered at waist. The bodice is quite simnple in shape, plain on shoulders and a little full at waist; it has a vest of lace, but no collar band. The fichu is of spotted :muslin finely tucked on the shoulders and edged with insertion apd lace. The small puffed elbow sleeves are finished with lace ruffles. Materials required: 8 yards 46 inches wide. 1% yards muslin 3G inches wide, 314 yards lace, 2%4 yards insertion, 1 yard lace for vest, 1 IDEA FOR SEPARATE BLOUSE Home Needleworker May Make One From Many Different Kinds of Materials. Many of the new separate blouses in paisley, persian and dresden designs are being made from crepe...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 February 1911

Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures All Spring Ailments. Mrs. Marion Bruce, Cumnberlat ,i Me writes: "I have taken Huoo'd ars aparllla for a great manty year. atI think it the best blood inedici:-.. the world. I take it both spliong aLI! all. This last winter and spring I ias n very poor health. I was n cak and h1d lost all mny appetite and I wai all run! downi. As soon as I began to, take Hood"s Sarsapariltll my streng, }h tae H bdk tnd my apill petit, r'etu4' g . I all\\ no ell, do Imy housework, a.r,k l o lrogetr have that tired f-.lii g." Get it today ill Usual iliquid form t chUo oltlled tablets called :;ur a- ltb.. Arlington Hotel SPO E, WASH. " When you come to Spokane stop at the Arlinlgton, Spokane's new, modern, up to Sdate hlel. Rooms 50 cents and up. Meals nts and up. Opposite N. P. Depot SAGE RATS PRAIRIE DOGS POCKET GOPHERS GROUND SQUIRRELS ARE PROMPTLY DESTROYED BY "WOOOLARK SQUIRREL POISON" THE Standard of the World Requires no Mixing or Preparation Always Ready for Use Alway...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 February 1911

LOCALS Trade with the IHelena Packiug and Provision Co. I1. C Simm.,11- I Pal"' ah,) runs on the I lay re dlining -c(dvice is laying off for a feiw days thi> week. The Second ,apti-t church has called a new paster for their church and he hails from 'l'exas and is expected here in a few days. E. L. Clark, who is no.' an cm ployee of the I'. S. Mail Servicce is on the day run 1,. twcen this point and Logan. L. C. Foreman of Lewisto, wn visited in a hurry, while here re turned to Lewistown the day S after his arrival, accnmpanied Iy Mrs. Foreman. "' A let!er which appears in an other colunm of this paper fromil Jesse Brooks who is attending it school at Quindaro, Kans., should be read by everyone who is in terested in the progress of the t< race. The committee states that Ed Johnson failed to show up at the P skating matinee at the appointed hour. The new quartette composed fo of W. Cole, F. Johnson. \V. Staf- in ford and \V. Brown were the gi musical producers at the Eagles h Sm...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 March 1911

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER T H. - I H vk maM . F rday, M arch i4 1911 THE___ ____ ___ ___ _____-_ ___ ___-___ 3 THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Published Weekly by The Mon tans Plaindealer Company JOSEPH B. BASS, EDITOR Subscription. $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post office at Hel ena, Montana, under the act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Address all communications to The Montana Plaindearler, 17 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE! PROSPERITY ! UNION ! The papers who are hostile to l)r. Washington will no doubt make great capital out of the unfortunate occurrance in New York last week, but the D)r. has the confidence of the great masses of all the people and they will stand by him loyally. The word has been passed that Mexico must bring about order by the 1st of May has had a salutory effect on that republic and now with a new cabinet, things bid fair to so adjust them selves as to avoid intervention on the part of the United States. Th...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 March 1911

IN BED 35 YEARS WARMER MANAGES FARM AND ADDS TO HIS WEALTH. Indiana Man Physically incapacitated by Being Unable to Stand on His Feet is Successful In Business. Clay City, Ind -Joseph F. Adams, a Perry township farmer, has been very successful in business during the last 35 years, although he has not left his bed in that time lie was Lmrn in 1S4! and has been in bed continuously since 1875 During all the time of his conflie Inent In uld In has mranagvd aid ii rected his affairs, buying, within the time, a farm of 2Y' acres, now one of the most desi able and valuall' in 1Perry township, ahich, he s:y:. cannot be bought for I' ss than $2(1 Iii At it time has he shown any itnlication , mental weakness or incapacity for bus lness. His ailment seems to be merely physical disability to remain on his feet. Hle is not paralyzed and when he wont to bed 35 'ears ago be simpl said ho was unable to get about and work. lie lives, with his son, ten miles south of Brazil, his wife having died near...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 March 1911

THE ISLAND OF JOY By TEMPLE BAILEY ight, lo, by Associated Literary Press.) It was one moonlight night that arcia and her lover first saw th' land of Joy looming up against the ver sky. "I am going to take you there some y," Arthur murmured, "when we married." Marcia's face grew wistful. "Some es I think that day is never comi g.' she said. Arthur drew her closer. "Every ing has been against us, sweet art; first, lack of money, and now, hen ei-rything is ready, my moth s illness. which takes me away oea you tomorrow." 1 you will come back?" she an, to him. ,,Of ciise. you silly little girl," the nderness of his voice took all sting om his w ords. Sen.iilcwi she besitated, then ent on, "I feel as if we were never ing to reach that Island of Joy, ar- 'Nonsense. I shall be back in a onth. and then-we will sall away the tea of romance to our happy Ten." She tried to smile, but she could not ske off her depression. 'Writs often, often," she insisted. he told her good-by. "Every day, of c...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 24 March 1911

LOCALS Trad, with the Heleas Paeking and Provision Co. ill (taker. the fliy iano t play er, t, reported to be in dutrance xli over it Great 1 .°. under a teiony charg. iienry D)axi, (hear . with an leducation would no lotlbt In a poet he can rhyme on any uh ject and a, fast a, he can talk he is a sevvnth-daN v.. ;ier i that line. ip a cleanint ati pr. i r ng - tabli hittent at 105 ir ,idty arid is witr'hy of the patronage 1 of all the )ti) ii. ;i e hii a call. Mlrs. I. ! . \\aggow "r ant :liildren arri (d last wiek iroi i \iissoula. She will a-si-.t lih r husband in the clothes cit itit ti sines.;. Mlrs. Frtd \endersont received tn wonrd from h-_: hittsand li xho ts a in ;ngila; 1. ~tr herself and his ,istrr. \lis (riffin to hold them elves in realoe.,s to comie tier there. G m ins \ era Sininiiolns is now hIi mti down the position as ni cailiier att te Temple Cafe ii at I.eut:-iti-tnn of which \'m. R. I lol!anl, formeriy of this City is larry Jacobs returned fromnio int :mut: last ...

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. — 28 April 1911

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vl. fit 111. Mr ., Fi da, Apri! :8. " 91J 33 1 THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Published , . ly by The Mon tans Plaindealer Company JOSEPH B. BASS. EDITOR Subscription. $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post office at Hel ens, Montana, under the act of Congress of March 3rd. 1879. Address all communications to The Montana Plaindearler, 17 South Main Street, Helena, .iontan5. PEACE! PROSPERITY ! UNION I llones. competition is all right in all walks of life but favored and di, honest competition should be ab horred Nick Chiles of the Topeka Plain dealer, whose article appears else where in these columns. shows sonic of his old-time form and it look, like Lila l)ay Monroe must go way back and sit down. \,"istant County Attorney Phalen i, a %igorous prosecutor and the Secretaries will (1o well to evade him by going out of business. All good citizens commend the efforts of the county officers to stamp out the system of white sl...

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. — 28 April 1911

HER SO1T OF MAN I SOCIETY GIRL GIVES LINE ON WHAT SHE WANTS. Man Must Be Successful, With *7,000 d Income and Good Prospects Must Not Get Drunk in c Public. V "What sort of a man would I marry. v Well, in the first place he'd have to be successful. Not terribly rich, though, because I have money of my own. Say five thousand a year and r good prospects. Don't care how he 0 maka* It, but he nust he a good I spender and have plenty of small it talk. Dress? Why, of course, the , men in our set have to dress well or the girls wouldn't look at them. As for his principles and so on. I'm not I awfully straight-laced, you know. r What I absolutely insist on is that he does not get drunk in public." The speaker, Miss Winnie M., says Robert Haven Shaufiler, in Success Magazine, was a popular member of, the Smart Set in the large Northeast- t ern city which she called home. She t was tall, slender, animated, with a charming figure, light, curly hair and extraordinary flashing blue eyes. She was...

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. — 28 April 1911

Hoods Sarsaparilla I Acts directly and peculiarly on the blood; purifies, enriches and revitalizes it, and in this way builds up the whole sys tem. Take it. Get it today. ' In usual liquid form or in chocolate r coated tablets called Sarsatabs. Withdrawn for Power Bites. President Taft has withdrawn the following lands as valuable for water power sites: In Washington, 4,810 acres along Little Pend Oroille river, 780 acres along Jackson creek, 120 acres along Lost creek. SORE EYES, weak, inflamed, red, watery and swollen eyes, use PETTIT'S EYE SALVE. All druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y. FASHION HINTS A very stunning chiffon waist of rose pink over white, is made on ki mino lines. There is a lot of hand work on this waist, but it could be succes fully copied without it. Bands of satin are used at neck and sleeves. Success usually manages to dodge a man who is afraid of doing a little more than his share. [IDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES LUMBAGO Remarkable Story About Great Reinedy I can...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 28 April 1911

LWCALf T"& wil t s aldm ?mroom MA P ve 0. John Bass has left Helena and now a resident of Lewistown. Miles York is very busy just nc moving his Shining Parlors fro Main street to the rear of the Mo tana National bank. D. H. Harris, formerly of this cit who went to Cheyenne, is reportt now in Pocatello, Idaho. Ernest Lee, who left the city som months ago, has returned to resid permanently. Mr. Will Johnson of Anaconda wa over this week to visit his brother who is lying very low at the count] hospital. The Giant quarette, which played a return engagement at the Family theatre this week, will leave Sunday for Pocatello. The 24th Infantry, located in New York, which were scheduled to sail from San Francisco to the Philip pines on June 5, will not, acording to later orders, sail until December 5. Miss Alice Haideman has left the city and is now living in Livingston. There is a new club in vogue named the Capital club located at the uper end of Main street. The ones who like to discus...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 26 May 1911

-z- -U~ THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER fuesh,, kiwiý...Fn.y. , May 2 6I T13 The r1P9.!./ T33 MONTANA PLAINDIALZR Published .. ly by The Mon tana Plaindealer Company JosEPH B. BASS, EDITOR Subscription, $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post ofice at Hel ena, Montana, under the act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Address all communications to The Montana Plaindearler, I17 South Main Street, Helena, :.lontana. PEACEI PROSPERITY I UNION I a h le some lesson inn good nmoral, is what should be taught a ,ncdsly number of our people in this ,mmlllunity. and just why somle of them can defy all moral laws and he respected and hold positions of honor in racial organizations we cannot see. There is something rot tent in Denmark. The Hon. William Lindsay has been installed in the United States marshal's office and the machinery of that office is going on as before. We believe that Marshal Lindsay will make the same success in that position as he has made go...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 26 May 1911

PEAtE IS IIDEAREUI MEXICAN AGREEMENT SIGNED AND HOSTILITIES HAVE STOPPED AT LAST. Document Signed Near Juarez, Sunday Iiglit Small Crowd Present Shouted Viva La Paz' '-Pres. Diaz and Vice Corral W'il Resign-Summlary of Agreeemnclt Is Given Below ,ic illIt" IeCjlIti citd'i" of the Me. ,tt 1 , , at.l " i, lt :rll the l e_, lutiotnli t a it l i e' cn tiiight sigiei a pea' agrlti llt ai t t the cust l L hIouse l 11.hI r Iutelied to ciol the h,- tilitlies niIihi ha; ve bec in wag\ .,l Ito l'.xi' o tfor tile last 1· i lllit i i Li. 1.,~tat whichi Ih tle btrn negotiate,! thiiis far it plr: tic:illy rcc ult the coti c, -i, is the givernr lent of t i sec do llun:,s iih.eh it ated on Nivee lber :20 ciii' lrolt dii i n MeSili. iii·' :iIlit.l ii rt.c llin )ll ill I ui+ i til . 'h tti:l :ignint ,t" tlt e :i greell nilt t,,: ; t. uo lder ,ioo t extraordinary ilCtlu tanl es t'nlligllt oni the steps of thi,t cii- to n t house. Whet the plece rtlii i In .r-ti d thei tilth l found the d,,tur of t...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 26 May 1911

Blood Humors Commonly cause plmple-, n;:. L,i" e zenma or salt rheuni, ,r ,. form of bruption; but some tih,;. l;,.y exist in the system, inli t.-.ted by f, i. legs of weakni ss, languor. hso oCf aC-. petite, or general delilit i , !,it causing any breaking out. They are expelled and the whle sly- tern is renovated, strengthteled a d toned by Hood's Sarsaparilla  Get It today In usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. THC TRUTH ABOUT BLUING. Talk No. 2. .\ oid liq,,iui bluing. I1,,, I ,o , b l u i n g . A l l t h e , . t, u th adulteiatio, I,'. I, to expeni sit e p t,, ; 1 : I,, 1o tilue to eC ns(llllllli e. A\lw:iys ask for iEl) I '- , ;l1 'l', the bue that'- all blu .. tie laundress smile ouit l,,l. i. llaýe 5 ce tts. AT AILL (I) (., "Y'ow, children," s: il ItheI .1 tea: her, "can iany of yelu t l ir ,l: :; greater power than a ki :4?" Yes, ma'amn," cried the lit lle ,,. ea:gerly. "* Very well, W illie, yu ,r:,v 1 :. clas.s," replied the teacher. "An ee," was t...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 26 May 1911

mel. with the ale Pa.hdia ad PrArlm O0. John Bass has left Helena and is now a resident of Lewistown. R. J. Gordon of White Sulphur Springs was over on a flying v'sit this week W'. C. Mason, formerly assistant chef at the Grandon hotel, returned to Helena last week from the coast. Mrs. Edith Ilarr;. !:t last Sunday for Cheyenne, where she will join her husband. A. J. Walton contemplates a busi ness trip to Guthrie, Oklahoma. this week. Mr. and M.rs. Edward Miller of Missouri came over from Missoula Saturday to attend the funeral of their neice, Miss Teresea York. Richard Avery's funeral was held from Herrman's undertaking parlors Tuesday at 2:30. E. L. Clark of the railway mail service is enjoying his week's layoff this week. Unity Lodge No. 101, A. F. & A. M. held their annual election of of- - ficers last Wednesday and it resulted as follows: H. J. Baker, W. M.; A. Palmer, S. W.; A. Green, J. \V.; C. C. Matthews, Treasurer; John L. I' Ellis, Secretary. d lloe Day, who was a fo...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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