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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 September 1910

5 tht-VXV AAR1m Thie ts~ems hstO bid 3ta hea and set. - sint aue ewwu ll late hea aey te aese meller wao * weaan sadte sebeis olelat 44 Dot Ws.m as se wis wert to do suds the semirg stese it es. Neathsies Fotty was emewe. hese semed to be a oet glmes ebest the tease mouth .1 t is odily dressed seer that boded .i for the ilmsative mem bhaorte bl' "Ton wowld pesetrate the frtae." besa the tue teller "sad yo have com to me to sad oft what to in store for yso. Wello tea. yoest womras. I will ta you. Ifte: An eO mse with maney Is to e0W into your Ile. The stairs tell me that you wll great him with opeb arms." "I wia!" protested the rebellious Polly. ahe bad o smind~ as sh spoke, the sturdy Jinrmy Hamilton. wham she bad nosed for the third time that mmoraas "Te stars do sat Ue." bhided the fortsme teller. "an old man will e. ter your Die. and his Impetuosity will fairly take your breath away. He will be old, but-be bhas moey." "I wen't hear a bit more." came from Perly angrily. and Ia a t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 September 1910

DRANK $ REED. P. EPTOME OF EVENTS PARAGRAPHS THAT PERTAIN TO MANY SUBJECTS: ABE BRIEF BUT INTERESTING Brief Mention of What I Transpiring In Various Sections of Our Own and Foreign Countries. Washington. Montana lands to the amount of $69,760 acres have been designated by Acting Secretary of the Interior Pierce for settlement and entry under the provisions of the enlarged home stead act. This brings the total amount of land In Montana designat ed up to date up to 30,355,966 acres. With an increase of $3,273,825 In the public debt and a total deficit of $17.-. 371,468.08, the United States treasury closed the second month of the fiscal year, keeping on even keel, all circum stances considered, with a working balance of $30,826.0057.23 on hand and the general fund down to $89,523,. 207.59. Attorney General Wickersham and Secretary Nagle, who have been in Alaska all summr, will land at Seat tie, Wash., on September 6. It is gen erally assumed they have been in Alaska making a special i...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 September 1910

.5 Yem. for urn isimbdy. Terms §W giusi ea leavening power. feasioes fks Yeses for parly. YTesa forenoaemy. Teals for every thing. Aba. peaes t mahe up a srot high grade, eve depen~able baking That Is Calumet. Try Is ass h ad soMbnad. . Cilm e is i> In r, alhy MONEY MADE IN TWO WAYS. pew "That palmist will tel you when MA e gois to die." And then ran ad tell the uddee taker. I suppoIs, ad get ammlssiow on the buFninee." Shrewd Scheme Stopped Rut. Mank yIars agon gta casequane of a commercial panic, there was a severe run on a bank In South Wales, and thp small farmers Jostled each dther In crowds to draw out their mosey. Things were rapidly going from bad to worse, when the bank manager. Is a At of desperation, suddenly be thought him of an expedient By his directions a clerk, having heated some sovereigns In a trying-pan, paid them over the counter to an anxious appil cant. "Why. they're quite hot!" said the latter as he took them up. "Of course," was thejeply; "what ele could y...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 September 1910

FM@D Kbeiz, Ifa owa&-' oe1 with low down Ja my ht e for a orm ese and wassso weaen ass. teat eoZaltd o work I san Lime ' a~~our mdcie that kind letters of di. sections have done more for me than clans huee loan 'domyworkiandledt at ntiht Ibelieve there is noth. like the Pinkham remedies." CLAz. FahZK5, ILI.D., No 4 KnzliIowa. The soosess of LyiaZ Pinkham's andhers, s uparllled. It may mae s ed with perfect oxfdenoe by women who tarom displacement linnam. Ut1u eenaU? .Zridtmos I. ' tdia sunee or nervun s proetra. stoadard remedy for female llsn uffeuing women owe it to themselves to at tismdilea ra that it has cared at others, and why should it oet cunt you? It wantt advicewrite A STUNNER. a - Itl r ,f aý. *. *t5 lecke-Mrs. Swellington is a stun ang woman. Isnt she? Weeks-I should think so. She hit ae with bar autopnobile the other day. and it was two hours before I woke ap. Vermont Thrift. Robert Lincoln O'Brien, editor of the leston Transcript. Is a great admirer I the thrift o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 September 1910

iliý won HI Doa 1 ýýºýý#N##ýº+ý+ýi+ýýi#iii##i##Niýli#r#ir#ý' Gasolex sti~ses a Tamner ! Sasr. sia Chaises Bai of Lanark was in Calbert -ee Meaday. Girl wanted for general osewark by Mrs. G. W. T maser. GSt Dest Lignite coal delivered at $S.oo per the by Batserekld & Eagebright. zgad Mrs F. McKuight has an outdoor photo grab studio this week near the Culbertson ferry. The Mahou-Robiseos Lumber Company will sll szg dimession lumber at sas.oo while they last. 3tf Autos Catase.s of the South Side was In town Sunday sad rmewed his subecribtios to the Searchlight. Mark Thomas is wholesale agent for SchsMitsa deer and Drary's Soft Drinks, Leave ordeas at Ragle Saloor phone 3s. 44tf The weather in this vicisity warmed up cosaideranly on Wednesday, after a couple of weeks of pretty cokI weather for this time of the year. Blue Ribbon Whiskey is best for family ase strictly pure and eight years old. For sale at the Phoenix Cafe. L. E Schow, Plop. t4tf City Attorney I. M. Witherow of Moose ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 September 1910

- " iConfections . 9 * * * * : W cveCjstreevdamfl in 3 * 0 0 * ConfectionsrSho adOfc * 0 * 0 * Suppe ****s * * Palace Saloon f " SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. " " Sutccessers to Frank Stephews Imported and Domestic Wines, * 0 * 0 * * * 0 " ~ A portion of the trade of the. " . O public is respectfully solicited . : Culbertson n Montana * " ************0********e POPLAR MERCANTILE COMPANY Moved to temporary quarters just west of former location. We handle a full line of Gro ceries, Provision, Dry Goods, Hardware, Paints, Etc. . . . Local agents for Honor and Giant brand canned goods. When in town give us a call. We aim to please. Prices right and goods of the best. Courteous treatmlent extended to all Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites moeunts of the people, assuring perfect service and every sccommod ation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED Pioneer Livery Barn Henry Winch, Prop. ý Seosmr to A. J. Cuiwell. Mstclams in th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 September 1910

On N. CCRrary0 o VOL. 1X. NO. 23. __ CULDERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONT A, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910- $2.00 PERYA SCHOOL SUPPLIES When you think of School supplies, think of us. We have a full line. THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. liuxsol, Prop. j Valley Meat Market j * 0 Reopened :. Everything New and Fresh. * Finest new cooling room in the 0 state. We will keep the best line 0 * of beef, pork, veal, mutton, poultry, fish, etc. to be had anywhere. We 0 respectfully ask a share of your * patronage. 0 0 Jacobs & Markle j Culbertson, - Montana. CALL FOR White's Old Style Beer IT'S BETTER THAT'S WHY Watch for the reasons Any saloon keeper can furnish this beer to you at $5.50 per case j $1.00 rebate for empty when re- 0 *turned. " ! East Grand Forks Brg. Co. W. J. Doheny Agt. Bainville, Mont. : * ...TIIS BANK... WANTS YOUR BUSINESS j * We confess it. On the other hand, we know we are ! justified in thus asking your patronage We not only offer our depositors every facility to be found* * in...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 September 1910

I F. 9. MCCORMACK r 1 0 *1 * * lIce Cream! 0 " " * * ** * * * * * **0** * *f of Stationary, School and Office * * * *1 Supplies. ; * 0 $********************* * Seeesr oFakSehn SCulbertson, Montana * 0* * *I * * 0* *, : Palace Saloon : " SVOBOI)A & MAXIM. Proprietors. " Succssors to Frank Stephen. * 0 Familportded and ***o**ticWies, Hunting* * 0 * 0 * " Cuamlyertrade. Mincorte, ntigand " S. .......""""""""""" POPLAR MERCANTILE COMPANY %1M red to temporary vquartek just wett of foruter It n. We handle a full line of Gro ceries, Provision, Dry Goods, Hardware, Paints, Etc. . . . Local agents for Honor and Giant brand canned goods. When in town give us a call. We aim to please. Prices i7 right and goods of the best. Courteous treatment extended to all 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 Ki.(ioneer Livery } Barn Henry ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 September 1910

~mIwe in shells Tin g strests W~ilhst loemy or Y*ng Healasr Ldad Lseave Si.a Tmwn to Aa~wev Advertilseaset of gpMi nt Ag-mY- D. and ebbed of cola. In Chicago penniless and without a Mend. Wme you ever ia serh areasa stances? Probably not, but every dm sees hundreds of your fallows wago are. The Other day Walter gUamners, a lad of culy 17 years, good looking sad ap paretily tawrl well educased, shused Into the Desplaines street police st&n The lad, tired sad broken m spairit, set down In a chair. "Say." the boy asked timidly. "bow tar is it to Wabash'avenue?' "About a mile." was the reply. He smiled half heartedly. "About a mile. eh? Gee. I wish I had a dollar for every mile I've walk ed today. I could buy some regular food and have enough left to get cleaned up and pay may railroad fare home." "Where Is your homes?" was asked. "Nymaysvwle.. "IndianaV "Yep." And then the tired boy told his story. "I had a job In West Salem, WIs.," he said, "and I was getting along pret. ty well. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 September 1910

- . ... !A a3w6 AnD Vspr3S ksas ANS HHERL PEISill 108 NunIlf Other Matters of iaterest Ce. deased Fret the Mere important Telegrakis. .washigloe. Frank M. Condon. cashier in the office of the surveyor of customs at Cincianati, whose name was promi nestly mentioned in the Warriner embezalement scandal in the Big Four railroad, was discharged from the government service. While about to board a southbound suburban car into the city where she intended to purchase the final ar tides for her trousseau Mrs. Eliza K Williams, who was to have been married soon to Warren K. Jessup. of Los Angeles, Cal., was struck by a northbound trolley car and instantly killed. If Governor Hughes is to be made chief Justice of the supreme court of the United States he will be pro moted from an associate justiceship. Reports that the nomination of the governor as an associate justice would be withdrawn and his name sent to the senate as chief justice have been put to rest by arrange ments that the New York e...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 September 1910

Iu~4 ffdh, :thry- velunre a c.sb Mubs omn that Lydia B. P'I m "ý1hes omuied aad d dho long fora to dobsoby dfrmec denoe 1?heml ýbsolutely bo dohb , bout the fea dluemins. Wejmooum and-wnes o~f ow thisW-t .acure enuh oconvinos the most skeaof'e f hs*ptical. .I AL tonhwe~ rnd « Not ing of as ret. ravo you sa uameaw r vela "Nary eoo. Alst o diuaes of say kind in our ftamly." Hews This? TWsa e. rs e .rv5ns A Handicapped O~leal. "You let some VM the sWitest auto scorehers get by witeet a werdi" "I know it," replied t village wcon stable. "My glasms de't suit my eyes Ike they used to, ead I east do earnting with an auto ew mast gaole slow *soegh tuz am to rend w toem her." FOR THE SKIN AND- SCALP Beceuse of tin delleate. nowlls"i, natUes atseptlo amopti darted trees Cation Olat eat. Rned with the purest at doeaolag le lgsts and most wretashlg of Sewer odors. Cutroem Is Ia ietatorpesiev lag padytlag ad be amutui Alb dsh aphatrpA haida. and. a sisted by Cutloura otCmemst, for 41. polltag It...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 September 1910

ELDER BLOOM 57 AnaRmA EaOCH.UUAI You say elder bloom Is sickish sweet? I love it-it minds me so of things-things, maybe. I had better forget. It's hard loving and losing just through pure pride. If I had known -but at twenty you think everything of your own way. John said I was twenty only by the book-the big Bible, where all our ages were set down. He would have it, outside of that. I was just about seven. But he thought I was old enough to marry him. Somebody else thought so. too-Al len Waite. the squire's lame son. We had gone to school together, all three-John bad always helped Allan on and off his pony, and in class it had often come my way to make things a little easier for him. A good lad be was, in spite of being so sadly spotted. It hurt his people terrible to have their only child a cripple. He had been born straight and lusty as any body's child-it was a fever that gave him the withered leg and twisted foot. Except for them, he was fine and well made, with a face like a p...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 September 1910

* ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 0110,u. ~ uhU .~ Besnt1 MA. d Mm. Seha mss Vid Rembasld of McCabe has bee laid up with as attack of typhoid. The Wittmier West Co. are having a Sacrifice Teasser Sale. See their -ew at this week. Pael Babcock was at Medicine Lake a cosple of days thie week trying seoemee tsa cases. O. J. Christianeson of Frold. who was ia town with typhoid fever, was able to go home last week. I. A. Oakes left this moralag for Plenty wood to take charge of the new Tauner & Best Store at that place. C. L Owens of Saco stopped @0 hereto day after a visit to Chicago with a beach of cattle. He was the geat of F. G. Ar aette. -ack Byers of Homestead is in town and has a slight attack of typhoid fever. Other cases which have been reported are rapid ly recovering, sagys Dr. C. Johnston. Mrs. Oscar Perry in very Ill at her home near the Perry & Balfour Garage. Her mother Mrs. Dividson of Cando, N. D.. arrived here Tueeday and will stay until her daughter is better. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. O...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 September 1910

Newr hdeis the Aery .1 this ag p s sad varied stock of fall meeade. rs i give the baying public a larger variety of showe of goods, sad a sands PARSHALL &. EDMONDS , h ~gYuM of asses. Separate catalogues of Walkover shoes, Florsbelm shoes, Qu Quaty O U shoes, Stein-Bloch Clothing and Adler* Collegian Clothes wilbe di L rect to our customers, and any who fail to teesive them through the saal may call at the store and get them. In this advertisement we wish to hang to T IR A NOUL Aour attention, the different items of interest in the varaons lines which are TH R NN A A L V5IwV~lU~,S %JLls arriving daily for fall and winter. t aladlo vrorslni We give all a very earnest invitation to call and look over our spleadstoc We wish to particularly emphasise the endless variety of styles shoeo. We feel confident that whatever your taste may be, you will be able to fnd the A N OU C M E Tthings to suit you here. Quality first, reasonable price and completasot ment of styles. Clothing Departme...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 September 1910

'P* __*. tP P ý kg5.. ý r xi Aldtkt Se , f J r sr : af OLI.w...4LYCW1IVFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3%, .gz. $2.00 P1aYA -- T-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ------ S IES Whiea you think of School , ~sppie, think of us. We have a full line. THE VALL-EY DiG CO. W., A. Iihtsel, P op. Valley Meat Market i Reopened Everything New and Fresh. * Finest new cooling room in the state. We will keep the best line * of e t, pek, jels, muatton, poult askc a; oaf your * patroiag!. Jacobs & Markle : Culbertson, - Montana. 3 ! CALL FOR I .t White's Old Style Beer IT'S BETTER THATS WHY ! S\Watch for the reasons * SAny saloon keeper can furnish : this beer to you at $5.50 per case $1.00 rebate for empty when re turned. SEast (rand Forks Brg.Co. i w..i. bgoY .Agt. M.Idoci mea.. ...TIISBA fBA ... SWNTS YOR BUSIf We confess it. On tbetser hband, wek are justified ia thus askig You patronage. We not only oer our deposItos evety facility to bt ound is a mLderd institation, together with cosurLtos co siArIt...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 September 1910

The Searchllght. F attred tMay 21.- qao. as Secod-Cias ter. atosie at Colbertson. Mont. F Under Act of Congres of March 9. 1879 FRANK S. REED. Editor and'Propriaet Terms-in advance. per year........0 F.o Advertising Rates, very reasonable. will be F furnished o- application at this office. F TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER F STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Repuclican State Ticket. For Cougressmas CHARLES N. PRAY, of Cbotoes Couuty. For Clerk of the Supreme Court JOHN T. ATHEY. of Cascade County. For Railroad Commissioeer E. A. MORLEY, of Silver Bow County. Hon. Leonard J. Christler of Havre has been nominated as State Senator by the Democratic County Convention of Choteau County. Rev. Chistler is an Episcopal min ister with a large mission held, of which Culbertson is a part. He isalso Editorof the Montana Citiz en published at Glargow, and last but not least, he is a booster. He is a booster for Havre and Choteau County. He is a booster for Glas gow and Valley County, and he is a booster f...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 September 1910

it tswe ~ uri M U4 wtoh bkins rbnlt at a meat 0a a ml ------- ---------"-" Y " Y Y Y Is. 4tOs. IS RICHEST WOMAN r Mrs. Taylor, DaulMer of Fornnmer ommor, iherits ilMl. Death of Mrs. rah M. FIewse, WMew of Reweil P. Flewe4 Makes Daughter WeasM lst Weaaam hi NHeth.a N. Y. Watertow, N. T-Wlth the death m this city at . arah l. ower. widow at the late Gover.r beswl P. low esr, the Oe* avhe naughter, Mrs 3m mas lower Talor, becomes ama of tooe rdisst. if t the driehst, womau a marthaer New York. While as yet Mrs. Igwer's vii hbas aot-beea 3l fio probste, estmates t the value d the emate place the sap at a iAure far oes.eed $a000 and possibly elos to double this srm. That ahe daughter sma® will U erit th reast er part of this amount is deemed ilkely. Mrs. Taylor, who was the wife oi John Byron Taylor. of this city, whome she divorced but a few maths ago. is already the Aclest woman Ia this secticm and her liberal expenditre of her riches for benevolet purposes have made her, as well, the ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 September 1910

THE SEARCHIUGHT PRlANK . RED3, lP. USL3ERT@N, . * MONTANA. U-i CONDOESATIONS NEWS AND NOTES HERE AND THERE. PERSIONAL AND POULICAL Other Matters of Interest Con deneed From the More Important Telegramo. Washington. August exports of flour, corn, meats, cotton, and mineral oil show a marked improvement when compared with August of last year. There is a new counterfeit ten-dol lar national bank note at large. It is a poorly executed, photo-etched pro duction, printed on two bits of paper, with a few pieces of silk thread dis tributed in it. It is drawn on the Home National bank of Staunton, Tex., series of 1902-1908, check letter D. The note is supposed to be the work of the same counterfeiters that recently produced a five-dollar Carla. bad, N. M., national bank note. Up to date 1,250 banks in the vari ons states of the country have made application to the postoffice depart ment to be designated depositories for postal savings banks, and 648 postmasters have made the requests for 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. — 30 September 1910

to etapt No ar MY L in:mm ea mt -lsn . d se 1 TIlw se n Sc l Y.w eler n V.L atue swer., s*e~iM . Oskia Mas et IbtM.e CM bds saed. bbassa I lost a1 power o eMrnI mr n Ibaey as -aetlc r MV besld bess-ri· gretly no d4w3 s a l hist. Dos., KiEney Fib ead m atIave beeh weB aver sleos." Ramomber the aSnme--Dema~ P'r dleo br anr dses. n mes a boI. Vestrl h Og , dutiho, . . TheIlr foIr Ik MHef. M.r. Nm-" don'tn l.e myself Mr. Na&gi-Thes we ought to have a vry pleat eveilas-tray e Submor.one To tf Lives. In the last five years about aft lives have bee· lost ion ande to sub. maae boat dsasters. AFTER SUFFERING FOR YEARS hum'sVVqeableCoqpous Oh - ýIwas ea =tb omads ad tonv tthousands et volensry testamonals are an file In the Plnkham labortory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been ored from almost every fm of female oamplaints al ties, perlodib npinsabsemhs, E woman owes It to her slf to Lia E. Plnkham's Vege. table Vop a trial. Loa ratpatw Vanishes Fotevu hhrr bY.P- c~s CrVIARTU A It - ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 September 1910

8ERIAL STOR'E cAn Heir to c Yillions rhe Other syias* eas. it mlluaations by Ray Watersm (t.opyright, by J. 1i. .:.L.c;uco:t Co.) 12 SYNOPSIS. Andy Meleen. aged m:i lonatre miner. Is Stog and crdera a will drawn up. leavtng ll his property to the son of a tstatr of whom he i.as heart ncth:n for years. and whose married name he does not now. Meleen was marred years before. but left his wife after a quarrel In wh!ch he struck her. He learned later that she and their daughter were dead. The en* I shifts to hew York, introducing Wilfrid Stennt!, who Is telling his fiancee, Eunt:e Treverca. what he would do if he were I the possessor of wealth. In the taw of fice of Carboy. Pasavant & Coine. at torneys for the estate of Meteen. Roger Hews reolrta the result of hls search for heirs of Melean. He conceal. the fact that I he has discovered that Melen's daughter so living. Wilfrid Steens replies to an ad rertlsement for tafbrmation concerning his deed mother. Martha Nesen mand is told th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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