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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1891

THE COLUMBIAN, COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1891. i Buy Your Goods at the OLD RELIABLE G. H. ADAMS, ASHLEY AND DEMERSVILLE. Call and Examine New Arrivals! Something to Make Home Pleasant! PICTURES, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, PLUSH STANDS, EASELS, HANGING LAMPS. OUR GREAT STATE. Ranchmen I HaT* the Finest Line of OL^.SS'W A-RE s " to tUerity tllwaje^Up *o the Timee in Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing. M Gmcffis ani Promm Statiohibt, Hardwabe, Wallpaper, Fubsishiso Goods, Haw, Caps. FrerTthlnc to found in ■ Klrmt-Cle/w Gchcrnl BferebauHee Stock. LOTOHEH-i. -WAOONS. With Wives of the Crow Persnaelon Kick up a Row With Custer Officials. Trainmen Meet Their Death--Joe Toole Winds up a Spree in Fatal Fashion --Old Settlers Die. A curious dispute is in progress between Custer county officials and some of the ranchmen on the Crow reservation who are married to Indian wives. It having been decided by the courts G. H. EDWIN SINGLETON. Contractor, AND Will Builder. Contract and Execute...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1891

, ADVERTISIN'(I BILLS PAYABLE THE JOT OF EACH MONTH. iAY, AUGUST 27,1801. “Columbia Falls has the best buildings, the first system of waterworks, and the position for the industrial tenter in tho Northwest,” was remarked by a visitor last Sunday.| What monetary condition does it indicato.whou a business house fails with four million dollars assets and a million and a half of liabilities T It •certainly requires a financier to figure it out, Livingston editors are flaying each Other. Butte and Helena papers are also "at it again,” while there are few localities^ Montana where tho meokUf&i and docile editor is not warm. It must be in tho dog-day air. German papers believe that Russians are storing grain preparatory to war. They are not certain as to which way the Russian bear will strike, but as all the European countriee have poked bruin more or .less the story will cause considerable interest. France seems to be on good terms with the czar. The game law is published in T...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1891

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1891

the Mis- , was in town yesterday f for his paper. Oox and George P. Durham Columbia Falla Sunday. They ■ a location for an dec- lining and glass i at C. F. Fullertons. at of the water works was made l a three-quarter stream thrown 100 feet. The to bo sufficient to ise against fire. Gents’ furnishings, hats, caps.boots hnd shoes at Fullerton’s. The first notice of final proof in Kakovitz surrey is that of A. C. Sheldon, which appears in The Columbian this week. The list of filings is growing daily. ity per o dows and doors to close out this lino at C. F. Fullerton's. Jack Bloor, the versatile attorney and real estate man, returned to Columbia Falls yesterday, accompanied by Mrs. Bloor, whom ho met in Now York, upon her arrival from England. On the western trip Mr. and Mrs. Bloor visited Niagara Falls and many other places of note and interest. D. S. Commissioner Swanoy, now has his office fu’Columbia Falls. Settlers making filiugs and final proofs should see him. The chicken shooters...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1891

RE'YOU READ THE Regularly- SUBSCRIBE NOW. THE COLUMBIAN. FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1891. Buy Your Goods of tho OLD RELIABLE G. H. ADAMS, ASHLEY AND DEMERSVILLE. Call and Ex amino New Arrivals 1 Something to Make Homo Pleasant! PICTURES, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, PLUSH STAHDS, EASELS, HANGING LAMPS. I Haro tho Flnoot Lino of ai^ss w alke . in tho City Hlwaj’s Up to the Time* in Dry Goods, Toots, Shoes, Clothings ^ Fresh Groceries aM Provisions. Stationery, Hardware, Wallpaper, FuRNisn'iNO Goods, Hats, Caps. Ei.rrthln* to found in n Flnt-CUM Oenerel Ucrchandiso Stock. i^rroirmLjU wacjons. ) G. IT. A.DA-MS, EDWIN SINGLETON. Contractor, AND Builder. Will Contract and Execute Every Class of Buildings. Contracts taken for Excavations, and for the Construction of All Classes of Buildings. "THE WAY RANCH.” Another Shooting Affair. With Probably Fatal Rcsnits to One or More. Winlnger Shoots Wagner and Lehman. the Latter a Claimant of the Land—A History. Tho contest o...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1891

would como to Montana or somo other good state in the Northwest, where lands are free and where 160 acres are worth more than any section of land in the Indian territory. Is natrons f all kinds . and oeeurof interest to the 9 of the Flathead. Address all i to latCoLmux. Columbia Falls, Mont. ESTKSKO AT faONACO 1*01 TO (TICK A* HECOXD (XABS UAH. UATTEH. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, SEP. 3,1891. Several eastern papers announce that Secretary of War Proctor will succeed Goo. E. Edmunds in the United States Senate. *• The man who leaves Flathead val ley without seeing Columbia Falls fails to see the most progressive town in the. valley, the future industrial ■center, and the coming railroad city of Northwest Montana. The Columbian this week contains several rulings by Commissioner Carter, which will be interesting to the ranchmen and lumbermen of this section. They are clear and easily understood. Read them carefully. Melbourne and his rain making appar...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1891

Owj-,uMjBIA FA.LL/S’ COMMANDING POSITION* r \ i- * m lAj^/ALlLEY ^W©RTltiWEST£RM MOWtANA .Nvji . - C ''/w" v T 1(1? ll / HiMSl •o ^MmLp K^eSI 1^##. >»•..'/ •-''Ac V // > 2* % ■*? I>C' M 1 \&ks mw KJ'Wtv'i •ir. :>H-. Iw If ■mm- Wm '/A KVV /.i •-/. i i 4; "-3 3 ,, -.'V --.c -y ml Iti*al wm ■Vfjffl «tVf : -’'i - 5 itii flW ^3' wxt fi mm im r;^-: Sa RULED BYJARTER, Important Opinions by the Commissioner on Current LandQuestions. The Timber Cnttiiur Law Covers Every Class of Timber and Permits arc Necessary. Tho following letter, dated August 18th, has boon received from Commissioner Carter by A. C. Warner, of Ohotoau county. I received your letter of tho 10th instant, which preseutiPtho following questions, viz: First—Where settlement is made on unsurveyod land prior to August 30, 1890, on which no filing can be made until after survey, is the land so settled upon considered to bo a part of the SIS) acres to which settlers are now ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1891

\ of Uio G anion ami Druggist wore in his store on is ready to sup- Geo. Buth has been seriously ill with throat trouble, but is now able to be up. At one time his condition was precarious. Try Donaldson’s cream of roses for chapped hands and face, at the Model (Jfug store. A bouncing girl baby arrived at the residence of A. Kinkort on Saturday, August 29. Little Miss Einkert will enjoy the distinction of being the third baby bom in Columbia Falls. Get your proscriptions filled by Donaldson, the pharmacist, at the Model drug store. W. H. Valentine, on the East aide has just completed a two stjory denco, and is now erecting a barn. The East side ranchmo in the van in the matter of per- manent improvomenta. j Falls Will Future. f othing indi in a city or town erection of churches by sec- No' man of to live in a community aro no churches, and a city by its church buildings and schools. Falls seems destined to have more and better church buildings than any now city of this Northwest. Bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1891

YOU Will Know the NEWS AND PROGRESS or the Flathead region IF YOU READ THE Columbian regularly SUBSCRIBE NOW. -THE COLUMBIAN. of Type. FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1891. -— Bay Your Goods of the OLD RELIABLE G. H. ADAMS, ASHLEY AND DEMEBSVILLE. Call and Examine New Arrivals! Something to Make Home Pleasant! PICTURES, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, PLOSH STANDS, EASELS, HANGING LAMPS. s, I Hay* tbo Flumt Line of OLA-SSWA-RE in the City IUw»H Up to the Timee in Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing. • M Groceries M Pro™. Statiosest, Hardware, Wallpaper, Fcbnishimj Goods, Hats, Caps. Erenthln* to found In e Firat-Ctue General Kerchandiio Stock. \ -M~T r rf-rFTT»TT_.Tj -WAOONS. G. II. AD^AMS, EDWIN SINGLETON. Contractor, AND Builder. Will Contract and Execute Every Class of Buildings. and by next year they will have more than recovered from the three dry Contracts taken for Excavations, and seasons. for the Construction of All Classes of Buildings. SOME OTHER YEAR. Montana...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1891

routo iu Ainxiio oc the Mr, Egan, the United will probably be ro- BILLS PAYABLE THE each mouth. 'AY, SEP. 10, 1891. C and Phillipsburgh are to contest for the base ball champion ship of Montana. Bets aro oven, but hopes in favor of Missoula. ■— 1 — We may be rather isolated up hero in the Flathead country but it looks as though the Blaine and Cleveland boflms aro both in a state of inocuous desuetude. A telqgjrnm announces that Pros!* dent HQi has approved the plans for mammoth-car shops at Great Falls. These aro tho shops Kalispell claimed to have a “dead cinch”’on. Henry M. Stanley’s sister-in-law contemplates taking the veil and going into retirement.. She should take Henry with her. ^Ho needs retirement as much as any man now be- fore the public. If the Farmers’ Alliance would abolish national banks it must present a scheme in lieu of the national banking system that will command the confidence of the business world. Up to dale, it has not dona SO- country, as he stupidly Balmnc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1891

COLUMBIA BALLS’ COMMAAlJUSTGr BOSIT . FLAWH EABa VACLIL iY KK9RTJHWESTERK1 MOWTAIMA \ //( 4 - - , .• -> ^ *fefp»y»»jk^Vs j'L , ■ ;. : - ; V;-^r S >i ,.- WM'trr^ i \j-. ■M~- *•>'«•;• n?f “S1« MUCUjUXM. LAM a«S V“ 'YV ? - ■- \\ > ^ y feiA ; M. - '^ M?iA \ \ THE rIbBITJOOT. Story of the Conraffc It Gave Krauk Hatton in n Great Newspaper Yentnre. Hadn’t a Cent Hut Bought the Costly riant .of tlie Washington Post Without a Blush. General Frank Hatton who was thoh6ad of tho Fostoffico Department in President Arthur's Cabinet, is said to have the most lucky rabbit foot in Washington. Ho gdt it two or throe .years ago in Chicago, and from it probably comes his success. Tho story as told mo by one of General Hattoi's friends is that thj^ rabbit's foot was sent to him by the seventh son of a seventh son of a Georgia darkey, who had been befriended in some way by (ho Hatton family, and that it reached qim when ho was in Chicago. He was at tho time, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1891

1 tofillaU pit»onp- ; is fresh and com , Dano Store. l and Eight of ire in town and the latter dosed the ( for right of way through t Falls and the ranches on i of town- ■ ■ .. . George P. Martin has opened a first-doss jewelry store at Demersville. Eepairing promptly attended to. ' 6 James -Ford- and James Shelton two well known men of the Judith Basin country, are in the valley looking it over. They were in Columbia Falls two days, the guest of C. Y. Boeder. Land and mining law a specialty. Langford & Bloor. K. Rood returned Sunday from a trip to the Kootenai. Ho thinks all lines of business over-done there, and a greater number of “broke men” than any whore else in the Northwest Bedding, dry goods, gents’ furnishing goods, hardware and tinware at Bully's: Murphy & Co. have moved their wholesale liquor store to the corner room, Clingsn block, which is one of the best locations in the city. They now have ample room to display their splendid stock, and to bet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1891

I voo WILL Know the and progress or the gion if Yc COLUH LY- SUBSCRIBE NOW. » p'nuuni.nD rtfowzstz JMBIAN REGULAR- THE COLUMBIAN. FIRST YFAR. COLUMBIA FALLS^ MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1891; BUSINESS MEN WILL Ossetes: Equipped for good WORK. NEW STYLES OFT »*- . Bnj- Ydur Goods of the OLD RELIABLE G. E ADAMS, ASHLEY AND Dfc&ERSVlLLE. Call and Examine New Arrivals! Something to Make Homo Pleasant! PICTURES, CHAIRS, RAKERS PLOSH STAHDS, EASElfi, HANGING LAMPS. THE NORTH FORK, A Wealth of Timber, Coal and Agrlcnltnral Land Awaiting Earnest Development. I Haro the Flneet Line of feUG .A. 8 S W A.R E in the City at . - Mhteye Up to the Tfaaee tn-V-L • Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes Clothing. ■’ fresh Groceries and Pro™ Stationery, Hardware, Wallpaper, Furnishing Goods, Hats; Caps. Ererythinx to fonnd in n FfteVCUae Oeoernl Uerchandlae Stock. LilTOEEHTLaL. "WACJOITS. O. H. AJDA.MS, EDWIN SINGLETON. Contractor, AND Will Builder. Contract and Execute Every Class of Buildings. *_ ...

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Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1891

are of interest to the r the Flathead. Address all Th« Columbia*, Columbia Falls, Mout. ALL ADVKBTOINO BILLS PAXABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, SEP. 17,1891. Who nays Indiana cannot be ciril izodl Black Bear, who traveled with a circus, whipped hia wife in Denver, and got howling drunk. Surely the red man learns fast. Hayti is to have another revolution, and Hyppolite is to follow Legitime into the worst of graves—oblivion. It must be a very bullheeded coon that would accept the leadership of Haytians. Montana Democrats are getting ready to take a hand in the next campaign unpleasantness, and clubs are being organized in various parts of the state. The indications a that Democracy will get up on its hind legs and howl about Nov., 1892. The assertion that Robert Lincoln's daughter, recently married in London, bean a decided resemblance to her illustrious grandfather is a delicate way of conveying the information that the happy bridegroom married her for her virtues rather than ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1891

COLUMBIA. FALLS’ COMMANDLNfGr POSITIO. VAILlLl¥>IKl®RT^BWEiTIRN MONTANA •u;.'.....;': v.-'^ ly ^ ' BILL'S BEEN THERE I havo namixl, and also Mr. Booth ^ and pepporeaucod by tho poor, poolftd Tha Hon. Hr. h'ye Obtains a Glimpse of Clereland. Jefferson and Booth on Their Farms. and tha Elder CKraKluok, did not fool mo with their farmer talk for a single moment. I did not know something by the Sheriff and taxed and toboccooaacrd usurious, dogged by tho his grave, that about farming, so I was not permitted he may prosper the interest of the Ho Does Sot Think Them Sneh Great Shakes of Farmers as They Think Themselves. . Barnstable- county, which is coextensive with Cape Cod, is the oastormost county of Massachusetts and has an area of 290 miles. It consists of a peninsula which is sixty milos long, terminating in Cape Cod. It is bounded on the east and south by the Atlantic ocean and on the west by Buzzard’s Bay and the Cleveland boom which juts up against it Tho soil is mostl...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1891

r inritos its patrons I at kinds occurto the all Th* Colujohas, Columbia Falls, Mont. 't. ALL ADVEBTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE nr OF EACH MOSTH. THURSDAY, SEP. 24,1891. Keep your oye on tho North Fork valley. It has coal, timber, oil and the richest agricultural land in Mon- Tascott has been caught again, this time in South Carolina. It has boon nearly throe months between cap--tmn.— - : — Officials of tho Farmers’ Alliance give it out cold that if Cleveland is nominated tho alliance will carry every southern state. The base ball season will close with Missoula holding tho championship on this end of the earth, and Chicago swinging the pennant on • the other side of the Union. Democra^c papers assert that the New York republicans have straddled tho silver question. Straddling won’t hurt a broad-shouldered issue like the silver question. The straddler may be hurt, however. The total wealth of Montana, estimated by counties, is $143,472,743. On a basis of 140,000 population this makes an...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1891

\ ' . •LUMBIA. BALLS’ COMMANDING^ POSITK r nLATOi, JALLEY ^M.@KtHW£StERN MONTANA Cl t im « * *tr ; ^5 "%'.= s' ' r ^- ;;4> Si A'C 4&§ <Wi, S\, 5® F.'i'.; ■» v^•4 ft • RtCUtT ’"'fcirZjjjp/L }J^ Wi/fo"if . \ /VA teg fiiiA Sf AmicMtwai um W&M „ mM;p\ PXZ -nw '4 ■\S: y*%', mt r&.A y *L m Y'L n ^ '•■c 5 ^"•: ic' \ m i nj ftWl tmi ratNxI \ • as ■ HIS WEDDED WIFE, Bndyard Klpliug: Tells nn Interesting Story of Life lii a High Caste Hegiment. The Senior Subaltern is Smart, but the.Worm Retaliates After Rcing Sat Upon'. says something , or it may be giants or turning if you tread upon them too severely. Tho safest plan is never to tread upon a worm—not even on tho last now subaltern from homo, with his buttons hardly out of their tissue paper, and the red oPfeappy English beef in his cheeks. This is the story Of the worm that turned. For the sake of brevity we will call Henry Augustus Kamsey Faizanno “The Worm,” although he really was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1891

“ubli.hn _ > i some uul of a free ferry int, and it will probably nv .t of one at koope thovery cl cigars. Try e Peter Sioms, Chief Engineer Beck ler and Superintendent Larson, of the Great Northern construction doin town Sunday. Tho cm the line through Columbia Falls will bo commenced in a few day 8 - Has no equal. Tho Boss of tho Boad overall. C. F. Fullihton. Carl Young and other parties from tho Kootenai country say that “hoboes” are flocking there and most of them are broke. A good deal of petty thieving is going on and tho orderly citizens are in a pitiful minor ity. , ■; -I Tho school l>ooks have arrived at C. F. Fullerton’S. Th* Columdun is informed that tho general "material yards of tho Great Northern extension have been located just east of Columbio Falls, at tho mouth of the canyon. This is another straw that indicates tho direction of the railroad wind. Try Donaldson’s cream of roses for chapped hands and face, at the Moael drug store. Work on the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 October 1891

FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBERl 1, 1891. B-A-ISTK ->■■■' COLOMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : Jamas A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, L. C. Trent, : S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Holoua, Mt. THEY HAD A SNAP. Secretary Foster Found It Out and Proceeded to Inaupurate a Decided Reform. Treasury Officials Have to Move Lively Fashion in Order to Make Both Ends Meet. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States aud Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. ■Win. READ, Cruiliior. EDWIN SINGLETON. Contractor, v AND Builder. Will: Contract and Execute Class of Buildings. Every ADDITIONAL LOCAL. A Bid BUSINESS. .1 R. F. Tate left for the east on Tuesday whore ho will’ make arrango- monts to open up a largo stock of Commissioner ttrrtorl Makes Report hardware in this city. on the Business of tlie Laud Department: (Montana Still Leads in Acreage Vacant Lauds—Tacts and Figures. Contracts taken f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 October 1891

ALL ADTKHTI3ING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH KOHTH. THURSDAY, OCT. 1,1891. Colombia Falls has tie only brick blocks in the Flathead valley. The faith In this city’s futuro is not represented by shanties. The newspaper fight at Livingston is becoming terrible. The editors are writing poetry about each other, and even that is terrible. Forest fires are ravaging Wisconsin in the northern part. Settlers have been driven out, and several towns have been scorched. The loss will be millions. The Anaconda firemen won every prize at the Bozeman .tournament. During the dog-day dullness in Anaconda the boys have had time to practice. There is a mistake somewhere. The Farmers’ alliance is claiming credit for the immense crops this year, and Providence and the administration are left out entirely. v — - It doesn’t take the farmer long to ditoover that he has strayed from the straight and narrow way. The Farm era’ alliance in Missouri, which last year enrolled 60,000 members, is now short nearly...

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