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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 April 1910

SEAL IY t I VO * S s. 30 . CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTI. |ONTANA. FRIDAY, APRIL. ,. '90.a S.oo PEft YEAR VO.VII W L Hinusltoibtut 1- -' -r ....... 'It's in the Oil The pky of the Linseed Oil which is mea In kblt is the most - i-tal po. We m.--sf-tre. " hey make their own Linseed o sii elected Northwestern It aem leaes their poseesmos - m itt is mired sad A. W. Huqsol, Proprietor l ground I VALLXWELLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Iuxsol, Proprietor MAXWELL 1910 MODLL C Four cylinder ............ .. $9(0).() to $a 15t).(0) Two cylinder.. ............................ $600.00 flagneto on all machines. 1odels on hand to demonstrate witih. Wm. Combes. 4g.tnt, SidneyeMna Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites accounts of the people, assuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 2 GO TO THE 2 Red Blacksmith Shop a for a first class job of a HORSE SHOEING We guarantee satisfactory work on all kinds of hospital bur...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 April 1910

The Searchlight. -atereli May st. z:os, a Seoma-Clas. Matter, Poselee at Calertaoa, Mont., Under Act o Coagrs of March 9, 879 FRANK S. REED. Editor andProprietor. Termu-Ia advance. per year........ $.00 Advertisoag Rates, very reasonable, will be furnashed on application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO, MONT. Several business men in town are desirous of reorganizing the Culbertson Commnercial Club, and the Searchlight heartily endorses the plan. There are many things that need attention which can ontly be given by a commercial club or a committee selected by them. There is the disgraceful dumping ground south of town for one thing, which is a menace to the health of our fair city with its heap of dead animals and decaying vegetable matter. The Fourth of July will soon be here and a grand celebra tion should be planned for this year. Some plan should be in augurated for the betterment of ther roads leading out of town. The club did much excellent work ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 April 1910

.Li"·NDN4 ; ST FUa~· RAVING the cty m Paso on uleuse and .exploration beat a party of eight men, with full SAamp anad huntas equiapment, started into the almbet un known country of the headwa tern of the Yaqul river. The first lap of the Journey lay over the Rio Grande, Sierra Madre Pacico rail road to Cases Gandes. Arriving at Cases Orandee we were met by "Pint" Robinson, about the only American living thee. He e carted us to his saloon, from where we were to make the start. After se lootting eight riding horses and six pack animals from the corral, we be gan laying in our supplies from the one store In the town. "Pink" helped us find two mosos who agreed to go with us as guides and cooks and gen eral help. They were called lIail and Pelipe. It took our combined lnglish, Spdnish and deaf-nd-dumb vocabu lary to make ourselves understood, but we managed fairly well after a little praetile. We lurned that one of them had been down on the Gavl lan river some years before and thought he...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 April 1910

git=lK IL n Pto NEWSNOTES CONDEBSED A hbelg Bews the IHr I. Irplu Eras ire ud hear Foreign. The Spanish cabinet dispatched to cabinet of Peru and Ecuador tele grams enjoining those governments to adopt a conciliatory attitude toward each other. Fourteen battalions of Turkish troops at Constantinople have been ordered to North Albania. where a re volt has broken out. The trouble is attributed to resentment against the new taxes imposed and is causing the government much anxiety. The French government gets com fort out of the Roosevelt incident at the vatican. Mr. Roosevelt will meet Gifford Pinchot at Genoa on April 11. "Af ter our interview I shall have nothing to say," said Mr. Pinchot, "and I shall be surprised if Pinchot has." Roose velt said he had not heard from Mr. Plnchot since ae had been in Africa. when he received a telegram from Mr. Pinchot at Copenhagen announc ing his coming visit to Genoa The suggestion made by Cardinal Moran that St. Patrick's day be cele brated throu...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 April 1910

k p' . one mit Spng Mesdicine. SAL-VANITE rae--e m Iro e reaybM Qainpes md hee yor fooi o tom. ?No u dnwor 6 a st - - esied help aedids Amp. eom can put on a root of GAL-VA-NMS. Cm be med as eLthr esep flat rogel-on my aMd eta hdk lm -ý Chsepr ead omele Pt m* ead to tor roof irouhsN. Cotw the lid mkof roof with a new root of GAL VA-NITO It wom't rust, rot or Now aof-aegis o paiat. U.s GAL-VANRIT emn jow mew huihag. t h mrdbs per "SmpaormTs dltr."" Let us ee you emsad bookvheh eside t Ae Out e~illR oAgm.M" Drop ua a ste w.wi a us.....m in IesI bel U e SPORTING OOD8 IAmtasETss. rams o.. ST. PAU. um. Returning to Prose. Flushed with triumph and 90 de grees In the shade, parched and cant of breath, they stood upon the tower ing mountain peak, and surveyed the gorgeous panorama that spread itself beneath them like a two-inch to the mile ordnance map of the whole world. Tbhere!" she exclaimed, angrily. "We have climbed all this distance to admire the beauties of nature, and we've left the...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 April 1910

jgT mWRY REA1SURINIt i 1 S "The doctor throws lots of work II his brother's way." "Is his brother a doctor, too?" "No. He's an undertaker." DELAY 18 DANGEROUS. When the kidneys are sick, the Whole body is weakened Aches and pains and urinary Ills n com:e, and there is Sdanger of diabetes and fatal Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney '111.3 the whole syste'm. Mrs. M. A. Jenkins, Quanah, Texas. says: "I was so badly run down that the doctors told me there was no hope. I was so low my relatives we r -al!ed in to see me before I died. Dlf :erent parts of my body were badly swollen and I was told I had drcopy. Dean's Kidney Pills saved my life. and mnade it worth living." Remember the name--Doan's. Fot sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. The Dog Settled It. The multimillionaire was uncertain. "But how do I know you can sup port my daughter in the manner to which she has been accustomed?" he demanded, dubiously. The imported nobleman smiled blandly. "I will...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 April 1910

+I-. f, - _ . ý . , - q.dewa.i a. C. . s-. S i yearr M o tday a mrns. Dry ides 4 Ia tealde at Raid's New liNt l faruiings for ; sack w,, bel.or, shirts etc, Tamer & B Co. Dr T. W. Cefiauso, nImb puttigetm u uck style s. ay one with his aew Baik AusamoMlls. Go to D. R. BreaD esaident Detist O hb ci Firm Natimnal Bak buildMa Clbertuem. Most. tf IDea Mitbelml stpped ol is Calbertson Saturday ee his way to Poplar from a viet to Medicies Lake. See S. S. Mus for Zenith haraess. the vary b made. Sigle ad double bar amses heavy sad light rades. 44 t Jim FPr. the popular sssser. has about coacluded his work Is Calbertaoe sad vicialty. He was in town the frst of the Tom Coerchene. the towosite man. left Tasuday vmeing for a trip to Tetoe coem ty at the foot of the mountains, to be gone a week. R. C. G. sdls o "Ba.oos" bet is Is said to mak good plat. before pla.d.g as or der coslt yoar interests sad see Reed's palat sad ad's. stf. H. . lobsmo from out sear Wi. Mc Bride place was in town S...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 April 1910

rRREAD THI D : 00 IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE SPurchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The S" Lands Under the Homestead Laws. S 1 4f0 acre claim, deeded property, house : 160 acre claim, 24 acres broke, 40 acres : : * * Z 124, 12 acres broke, all fenced, 0 fenced, 3 miles from new. railroad. 0 0 situated three miles from town. Price : Price $700. $ 2.600. 320 acre claim. so acres broke, house 0 0 S320 acre claim, house 12 x 20, 1 acre 14 x 16, barn .C x 28. blacksmith S broke, situated nine miles from town. shop, good well, situated 12 miles * * " " Price $1.00. . from new railroad. Price $1,800. : 0 S160 acre claim, house 12 x 4, situated 160 acre claim, o50 acres broke, house 0 : two miles from new railroad. Price 12 x 4, with addition o x 12, situat S .OOo. * ed 4 miles from new railroad. Price 0 ,500. 0 0 160 acres, 75 acres broke, stable 4 x 34, 160 acre claim, 41 acres broke, house 0 0 " " house n2 x a6 good well of water, , barn good well, situ * " 12 x t8, barn 12 x 28, good well, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 April 1910

IIII* IIaIj Imm VOL.. i. no TANA. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910. so State Library c Adding MIVachines" Just what you need to add your Accounts Price $2.50 VALLEY DRVCI CO. A. W. HluxmbI, Proprietor Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites aconuats of the people, iasuring perfbct service sad every acooomedation consistent, with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED DR. J. R, JACKSON Osteopathic Physician All diseases treated. No drugs used. Seves steiy operations. %*t#it* 9i6caduuedaUmas Specialist in treatment of rheumeatism, paralysis, mer vous and chronIc diseases and detormities. Don't give up until you try Osteepithy. It his helped thousands and may help you. Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Phone .348 Heffeman Block. Williston, N. D. Pioneer Livery Barn Henry Winch. Prop. Successor to A. J. CaIwell. Everythag flrst cias i the Livery Une. Hoers es bought, sold and exchanged. Balled bay for sale. , Culbertson, Montana. Moaey toLoan o4 1 r,,oyd FA FMS! Drafts ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 April 1910

fie Searchlight Ramd May at. - oo, as Saooed-C la. Mamar. Possasae at Caharmon, Mint., Usdsr Act d Camnrss of March 9. isya. FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor. Terms-Is savase, per year .......$s on Advertiiag Rates, very remasoable. wil be furaiehed ea applicastioe at this oce. TUE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Tae lecture of Carry A. Nation in the Opera House Wednesday evening drew a fell house and she sold many books of her Ilfe and maaylittle hatchets, Mrs Nation sold many truiths in a very' forcible and deasive masner, and many of her utter seae left at east a lin ering doubt in the miads of her auditors as to their uncondi thnal veracity. On the whole her lecture wasa disapointument to most of those who listened to it. A Persenal letter from Lonis W. Hill. Presideet of the Great Northern Railway, laferas as that the Culbertson " Plenty wood bhaccb line will be completed and the rails laid by the frst of July. A telegram from Glagow announces that the G...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 April 1910

Tb.M we Rm as gw ass I bdrii from lb. whism -w ..wMi we" lbs m lb wrl. - 1/ M~~mgI as m0 hul dt; a hdmSee ..rLow miasqm.r Proving th. Anwer 57 OAUDIN $SiON Among his no Ubws Nneworthy was aeessuated arDo mea. naradtd, easmidaerle. Uehad e toebsa ths is ma- to k the tremeasnd aneoep bid been h is b alne he hid tsoss nothag to emsisaese db W .yet with It-all, theO was nes thing Ulworm Ferry was aaito d. He was afre to ask his wife a qemstlia. it di se seemi possible that anyone mli be io fear of Emlee; abe was so fragile and appealng and beantiuL Tet these wrO qualities lay at th bet tern of Perry^' cowardice se had cremed his vwim daring em of bis rarn lelD from businesm, and he had been instantly eatrnneed, deeply In lewue and therpon set about bis woo. in In his "Dual whirlwind way of de. as thinge. He was 44 and thin sender gall with the wonderful deeptlue Wes, femslnating laugh and beguiling little ways was only !g. Always laug- n, never serions, analoe had a-ted him, ilnly., -al...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 April 1910

THE SEARCHLGHT PRANK & ftE4 P. GULUERTSON * MONTANA. NEWS OF THE WEEK CONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR LESSER IMPORTANCE. A BOILING DOWN OF EVENTS National, Political, Personal and Other Matters In Irief Form for All Classes of Readers. A sensation was caused in the pal ace of justice at Paris when an an archist in revenge fired four shots at M. Flory, the president of the court which found the man guilty a year ago. Flory was not hit by the bullets and the anarchist was arrested. Richard Kerens, the newly ap pointed American ambassador to Austria, accompanied by his wife and daughter, arrived in Vienna. He was met at the station by George B. Rives, secretary of the embassy. The am bassador will be received by the em peror In a day or two. It Is announced that the pope has struck from the list of candidates for the cardinalate all Americans, includ ing the archbishops of New York, St. Paul, Chicago and New Orleans. The chancellery of the vaticans confirms this without volunteering an...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 April 1910

FORYEARS' hin -VAsAA Lmam wot aervs. Af agdetmais toda i b of heeat o 1t stal suaes Yon r Liver~u Wimy embydia 3e 'a "da"s ommpouseen oms malh Ld a n beersigesm Wher She Bdedb. c Sheldo~an Krrshells this soryem md frmnatie roots and "One ayt so longtie ago bumber ortala msber of ay tmalces aresan iletsIhePinkham laboratory attLynn, Mars., fromwoanwho l ave eMathers somplaintsa, lnammaticn, uw flocahen dsupprlao ate, PRIM thr ery pupfnewoman owes itt to her. 551 o~ LyaK Plnkbam's Yepa. t flea a dalw triLpL Your Liver iseCloyed up TW 00 V ead 8100.6Oee Ths' hyYe pra lb6on.s lates b eattle tueoc l t"sh omaddhm ODUSno Lat pe:f Hrwthere rShedt theedta. Sheldon Kerrulu ell thi sor o tlkiongt aboutl te badhbts frher CARIMI fulwhe sppe I lwa.te, slaid othr 'My papa camet hometigt thef "It was my 6 litte aterstr et Sheldo Ciero,'shtell said, sadr allth oher littlmed girlshetred: ofso, glaedly admittng thisterag had wnubr theking aboutlthelbad Leader.f her pharetuams.bss Ehplmb "'My ftherbu l...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 April 1910

(MANT AND CANADIAN WHEAT LOOKS TO THE CANADIAN WEST FOR HER SUPPLY. A dispatch from Winnipeg, Manito. be, dated March 18, 1910 says: That Germany is "anxious to secure a share of Canadian wheat to supply her im. ports of that cereal." The recent ad Justmeat of the trade relations with Germany has made it possible to carry on a Canadian-German trade with much fewer restrictions than In the past, and considerable development of trade between the two Countries is now certain. The great men of the United States are alive to the Wheat situation in this Country now, and there Is consequently the deepest Interest in every feature that will tend to Increase and conserve the wheat supply. With its present 650,. 000,000 bushel production of wheat and all efforts to Increase it almost unavailing, and the rapidly growing consumption of its increasing popula tion, there is certainly the greatest reason for the anxiety as to where the wheat is to come from that will feed the nation. The United St...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 April 1910

QAASIttrly-.Meadky E remag, Apri 25. A 'Couedy'drama of two Continents. By H. Grattan Donnelly, Ross Boklted an American hnstler.................... Tom Lennon Roy Ve n............................ ......... Walter Mathews Sampson Craft, a very confidential agent..... ....Paul Babcock Philip Devon, an artist ...................... .....A. H. Tanner Sir John Balfour, an English gentlemen.. .....Thurston Armstrong James, an English steward............................. Alva Jqens Snapper, a Protective society officer.. ..................Mr. Janes jasmine, the American girl..............................Lily Dale Twister, afterward% Saratoga....... ..........Ruth Oakes Lady Georginia Derweat, a diplomatic mother..... Mrs. M. J. Dunn The Honorable Laura Derwent of the English Nobility...... ........................ Mis. R. Wiumeier Katherine Carew, Jasmine's raother...... ........... Ida Huxisol Virginia Devon, the little lady..................Marjorie Miller Act I--Beecbdale Farm, Virgini...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 April 1910

SREAD THIS i IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE Purchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The:: If 8 Lands Under the Homestead Laws. 0 " 0 160 acre claim, deeded property, house 100 acre claim, 24 acres broke, 40 acres " 0 0 12 a 14. 12 acres broke, all fenced, " fenced, 3 miles from new railroad. " " 0 situated three miles from town. Price : Price $700). 0:2,500. 320 acre claim. so acres broke, house 0 0 * " 320 acre claim, house 12 x so, t acre 14 x 16, barn 1E x 28. blacksmith- 0 broke, situated nine miles from town. shop, good well, situated 12 miles " * Price $1.800. from new railroad. Price $1,800. * : : 160 acre claim, house 12 x 14, situated 1600 acre claim, 50 acres broke, house " : two miles from new railroad. Price 12 x 14, with addition 1o x 12, situat- " a : $1,000. " ed 4 miles from new railroad. Price "0 160 acres, 75 acres broke, stable 14 x 34, $1,00. : " house 12 x 26 good well of water, 100 acre claim. 41 acres broke, house : 0 " 0 granary 14 x32, 8oacres fenced, store " 125 x 8,...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

r ýk !T" "e~i~ T;' -- -- Vaz ·V v .01. S · -. 1v/~ ~a %~ ~ ~ u. ' 4;"*:"~ ' w; ·Smrt7igit ~~~·. . ·9 ~v oxA~ ix ·, CU DIS I, A4R O NT.c4 A A FIM ,A RL 9 90 2.t R J { S,, i "The New .Addcin Machir s" Just what you need to -add your. Accouans Price $2.50 VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxsol, Proprietor. Traders State Bank of . Poplar . P Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25,000 Dollars Invites asoounts of the people, assuring perfect dervice and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED DR. J. R. JACKSON Osteopathic Physician All diseases treated. No drugs used. Saved mady operations. Hospital gpasmodatiae. Specialist In treatment of rheumatism. paralysis, ner vous and chronic diseases and detormities. Don't give up until you try Osteopathy. It has helped thousands sad may help you. Hours 9 a. m. to S p. m. Phone, 48 Heffeman Block. Williston, N. D. Pioneer Livery Barn Henry Winch, Prop. Successor to A. J. Culwell. Everything first class In the Livery Line. Hors es boug...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

lbI Saerchlight. lawseit May as, s, ~.a- S sead-Cm ,atoer. PP gase e at Ctber·se. Moet.. Under At dCouegs of Msrcd. s ry. FRANK S. REED. Kdlter adsiPrprisor. Tome-lu arae. per ear ..... ... a . Adwersdiag Rases, very reasosable. wll be ' nam.le.os appoatiom at this oar . TIE FIRST REFIBIUCAN PAPII' STARTI IN VALLEY C., MONT., ,@ee@O--e..@O@ II * Poplar Itemss * Poplar Camp. Na. 'e7. M W. of A. m-eets a b sat ar d jd Wedaidays at Opera Hose Hall as 3 p. m. H. C. Wlkher V. C.; L. L.. Brisk. Clerk. The following is the new schedsle ee the Great Northere Ry. st Poplar. Most.: ases wead N. s aeivesla a. m.. measoe el lomed No. 4 ar Ale 4w L a m.. stop bees allord RNo. aitves e: s a . moles Weis Boad .i a rrvs :ad pL m. o stopo We" bSoad No. W enreut e:e a m. atope Moes Nead .8. sid e. tPesOea wll be saee oa BundaP from CsM to Mtse L m. Frank Huasr. clerk to attorney Camp. hel, mot wishapeerL tl accident last Moe day. They wers moviag camp and as) * was p·ei tlhe lIse ep so the driver the...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

MARK TWAIN PASSES PEACEFUL. LY AWAY AT HIS RED DIMN HOME. RAMi WIDELY MOUinD Had Friends Over All the Civillaie World and Was Amerlese Meet Peopula WrHr-n-Ssemeb to Angina Pseteri. Reddlng, Conn., April .1-46amuel Langhorn Clemens, (Mork Twain). died painlessly at S:N o'clock tonight of angina pectorts. He Iapeed Into coma at $ o'clock this afternoon and never recovered conaciousness. It was the end of a man outworn by grlef and aoute agny of body. Teeterday was a led day for tl. little knot of anxious watchers at the bedside. For long hours the gray. aquiline features lay moulded in the inertia of death, while late at night Mark Twain passed from stupor into the first natural sleep he had known aince he returned from Bermuda and this morning he woke refreshed, even faintly cheerful and in full posseeslons of all his tacultles.. He recognised his daughter ClaOr (Mrs. Osslp Gabrilovitch), spokeara tional word or two and feeling hlm self uneqtpl to conversation, wrote out In pencil "G...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

O rMARHLIGHTr pmIý,itTasa MONTANA. NEWS OF THE WEEK CONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR I LESSER IMPORTANCE. C A BOILING DOW OF EVENTS National, Political, Personal and Other Matters in Brief Form for All Classes of Readers. Foreign. Edmund Heller, the zoologist of liverside, Cal., who accompanied Mr. t Roosevelt on his African hunting trip, t nha decided that the sable antelope killed by Kermit Roosevelt is a new t apecies peculiar to the Mombasa re- a ion. and not heretofore described. It will be named the Roosevelt. ! A telegram from Belgrade reports the death of Colonel Maschin, who, * with a band of officers, forced his way into the palace on the night of June 10. 1908, and massacred King l Alexander and Queen Draga and those who sought to defend their majesties. A Bitterfield (Prussia. Sazonia) dis. patch says: The balloon "Delitsach," which ascended here, fell to the earth with great force near the village of Reichensachen, about twenty miles northwest of Eisenach, in a thunder storm...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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