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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1896

CkaX'ixxo.T'yi JTerw-e Sio.-o'PlL '-i: WILL COMBINE ON BRYAN SILVER REPllULIOASS ISSUE A MANIFESTO TO ALL PARTIES. Tblrd Ticket Mrnn> Addlllou lo Ike Volins Strcnsth of the Gold Standard. Denver. July ».-Scn»tor Toller «nd six of his associates who left the natlooal republican convention, this evening made public un address to the silver republicans of the country. The silver republican congressmen and senators have been In conference at Manltou several days over this statement. In addition to those signing the - address. Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota and Senator Cannon of Utah are declared to bo In sympathy w.th It. although Senator Cannon was not present at the conferences, owing to business engagements In Boston. The address Is as follows: "We deem It llttlng that we who have heretofore atniiated with the republican party, and who have rejected the financial plank of the platform adopted at SL I Aims, and refused to support the nominees of the convention, should st...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1896

;olumbian. W. FAOK. m ^.SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: 91240 per Year. - •, Vl'CanU. its natrons I items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Coli'mbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. D AT COLCMBIA FALLS FOATOFTIC* SJDCOXD CLAM MAIL MATTE*. fore© a bankers^ panic upon the pco- THE POPIXISTN .^T ST. Lol ls, pie, but the people are getting ready to return the compliment and to place the finances of this country on a basis that will make it impossible for a handful of'money smirks to disturb the business of the nation. The golditos will learn that the people have some rights that must be respected. Any panic that may bo brought on for political purposes will be clearly understood, and will not frighten anyone. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EAC H MONTH. THURSDAY, JULY 23. 1896. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Or NEBRASKA. For Vice-President— ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. “A'o ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1896

COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. A SUICIDE STREAK It Catches Two In Butte Mini One in Teton—A OliT is Acdili'iitnlly anil Fatally Shot. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Moat. DEMOCRATS AT MISSOULA Al!(i. 3. * A Miners’ Strike About Grub at Lump Gulch—A Bic; Grist of Montana State Sews. DIRECTORS: A. j. Davis, : : Butto, Mt. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. J. E. Gaylord, : : Butto, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. , Exchange Drawn ou Principal Cities of the United States au'i Europe. A General Bunking Busiuess Transacted. Wm. READ. Counter. aaoavuajuz’auu-juau'ju’j THJE BEE HIVE STORE. WB SELL AT LOW PRICKS HfflME, CROCKERY, jj TINWARE, g Wooden Ware, g Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. cnrcr.r Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. ua'j’jcitu 3 I K K L t b n L u n' L v. iw ul inncr.rinrnr.rr.rrnrr.r.rr.rr.rrnw MAIN STREET. Columbia Falls, Montana. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Atton\e\j-at-LiaW, COM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1896

TLfETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH- S 7 p.m. Haiuln/schoolMt It ^’Wtor» conli Invited. invited to attend. WiLLoioimr. N. O. SKR- and Wtora cordially P. W. HAYNES, Pastor /CATHOLIC C'HURCH—SERVICES AT ST. V/ Charles Church on First anil Third Sundays of each month, at 9 a.m. and II a.m. Rkv. H. J. vast dk Vex. TnPWORTH LEAGUES-SENIOR LEAGUE JjJ meets Sunday at 6 n. m. Junior Lcakup meets Sunday at 3 p.ro. Ail invited. G "VaootB^aM^u B- Mc(’LKLLAN POS1 Fourth Saturdays of each month. Visit im comrades invited to meet with us. R. F. Tate, Adj. H. H. O abr. Com. WOMAN S RELIEF CORPS-MKETsTt vv Kennedy Hall SeconcLand Fourth Saturdays of each mouth. Visitihjr members invited. Mas. Srs CTlattox, President. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. Thebbiavlt. County Attorney, Sidxk\ M. Looax. W.Swaxet. Bebxard. C. F. Ligbthsll, John Robde, Ed Dickoy. C. L, Miutier and Harry Landia of KalispeU bare planned trip to and through the Yellowstone national park on bicycles. They expect to occupy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1896

GREAT HAP OF THE SKY. Ahtronomy'a Most WoiKlurnilTrianiph is .Now Xearintr #Succossfiii Coiniilpiiou. The Work of Eiehtoon Observato- t rloe-Ten Years In ProBroftB-Tho j Chart to Cover Two Acres, and the Whole Work to Cost Over S2.* OOO.OOO. The great map of the sky upon which astronomers have been work ing for the last nine years is approaching completion. It is an international affair; for no one country could carry through such a gigantic task. The heavens have Ih-cii mapped out in sections, a section being assigned to each of the principal observatories in the world; and each of thosO eighteen olwervatories must furnish a map of its particular section in 1500 parts. To do this 3000 photographs have been taken at each observatory, making a grand total of 51,000 photographs. Thu United States is not represented in the international congress for the construction of this map. Prof. Picker ing, of Harvar4> wished to undertake a share of the work, but it was finally decided...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1896

i OoXu-m Irri. q.t-i itTo-w-e S-ultdtplL U&JZLTt. A SECOND DELUGE KOOTHIUL* WEST OK DKSVEIl SWEPT BY CMJl'DBVRST. W»( Dauuce 1» «nd <>><• Terror In the Cnnyons le Indeerrlbablr. Denver, July The cloudburet In the feothllli west of Denver IsJtt night, reeultlng In floods In which * persons ere known to beve been killed, was followed this afternoon by another terrible storm, which has seldom been equalled In this vicinity. About 1 JO p. in. dark clouds gathered tro northwest and rapidly rolled toward the city. A little before I o'clock rain and hall began to fall furiously. The downpour continued with somewhat diminished severity for half an hour, and It rained at Intervals all the afternoon, r ae storm was accompanied by frequent severe flashes of lightning, but so far as yet known, there was no loss of life In this city, and the damage was ronllned principally to the breaking of window lights and the destruction of growing crop...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1896

Ck^TXJJQ-'txi-^o- lETe-we Q-ultd- ueaDL-fc: THEY MUST HAVE BRYAN lOPIII.IRTS I>EMA!HDBD INATIOX. HU NOM- \\ lid EDlbuslaant Harked Ibe Pro••rdlnaa, Ik* Trxa* H*B Ha«1»K With Karr. ■ at. Louis, July 2S.—WllUam Jennlnt* Itryan of Nebraaka waa today mad< tba •tandard bearer of" the oopullet partp by a vote of 10U to JH. The lUmocratlo candidate was nominated in the face of lua own protest, in toe shape of a telearam. dlrectln* the withdrawal of hie name, sent V> Senator Jones after Bewail had been ditched for tbs vice presidential nomination Inst night ami Thomas Watson named for second place on the ticket. It waa also made in me face of an opposition so bitter that after the convention adjourned some of the radicals held a "rump" convention. The lost session of the convention, wblc.i lasted from I JO this morning to almost 5 o'clock this afternoon, was marked by scenes of noisy excitement, which, several times bordered on actual riot nnl which almost p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1896

'Columbian. omntDAXDrcmLi^ED it JOHN W. FACIE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: SOOnu. a pa: and friends to Bend itoms of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian', Columbia Falls, Mont. ■. Geo. Irwin Twotb reliove-’a great deal of agony in the Montana republican press by declaring at once which rail of- fhe political.fence he is at present riding. CMTEBED AT COLCMAIA FALLA FOSTorTlCl AECOSD CLASS MAIL HAITSR. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1800. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, • OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President— ARTHUR SBWALL, OF MAINE. ‘‘No CVot* <>/ Thorn x, •No Cross of QoUir —William J. Bryan. “/ may be in error, but in my humble juilymcjit. he-who would rob d man of his necessary fon! or jxillule the sprint) at which he tjuenches his thirst, or steal away front him his accustomed rest, or conde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. ;oD • SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 18%. NUMBER 33. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE.. OF’ : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : ■Tamos A. TallxjU, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : .L. C. Trout, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt bake. Lxchafige Drawn ou Priucirial fifties of t he United States an.t Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. ItEAU. Cnelilee. iBaaaaBunagBBoaataaagaaaciuc THJE im mm 5 STORE, t XVZ SELL AT LOW TRICES b CROCKERY, TINWARE. Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. mmtmn Call and Look Over Ovfr Stock and Get Prices. •jvmrj 3 MAIN STREET. l; Columbia Falls. Montana, f ir.nrr,rr.rrr,r.r.r.rr:r.r.rrcnr.r,rr;b PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attomevj-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILIN'CIS AND FINAL I'liOOFS MADE. COLUMBIA TAILS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, DENTIST . Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MONTA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1896

, W.-FAI-US CITY LOIKIB SO. tl. — • r KvodIok. in hull oiorlhn ' tr* cortlinlly lnvlt~l. K. W. Mai*. M. W. km *%22PE%22l£%.£r. brr. iovited t.. att«.UN. Wu-LOCOUM. N.l*. iS*. B ^ u > Sthoo, P^^S 7$2 l i /CATHOLIC CHDBCH—SEBT1CK AT ST. V* Chari*** Church on First an*l Third bun- ~ th ”° n,h - •kini.rv^v**. T7PW0RTII LEAGUES -SENIOR LEAGUE Hj marU Sunday atfln. m. Junior LeafftM mwrta Sunday at S p.m. AU inritod. (' A. R.—GEORGE R McCLELLAN FOST Ijr. mocU at KrUDcdy Hall the Second and Fourth Saturday* of each month. Malting comrade* invitod to meet with us. E. F. Tarx. AdJ. H. H. OAta, Com. Ur*. Six Ol.uion, Pmldrai. COUNTY OFFICIALS. (ioontjr Cl.rk Rnd Recorder. M. Therriaclt. County Attorney. Sioxiv M. Looa*. Clerk of UUtrict ( curt. Axdrkw tt. Swakrv. HSSS Brrrard. '’-“-'y ffierifL'ii! ii’.'iValdk e AduitalUrutor, HfOM vsiS. (SSS J ' ' J. B. OiaaoN. IX. S\\ ANLT. County Commls* loners: am.BR. of above. KALtsrai., Moxr.) Fred. Cooke. Columbia Fall-, Montana. VVx. O. FmTA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1896

BIG TIMK I.V CHICAGO. Tho Working-mru "ill Gm-t tlic - Next President. Active preparations are being made for a reception to William J. Brjan, tho democratic candidate for president, on tho occasion of his visit to Chicago on August Dtb. Local silver democrats will meet Saturday or Sunday to prepare for the reception. A committee of twenty-five composed of representative democrats and populists and from tho trade aud labor assemblies will be named to go out and meet Candidate Bryan’s train and act as an escort to the city. Arrangements for the reception had been hold iu abeyance pending a reply from the candidate, to whom Robert E. Burke, secretary of the Cook county central committee, sent a letter a few days ago, askiqg if the proposer! reception would be agreeable. Mr. Bryan’s reply came Friday thanking Secretary Burke for the invitation and accepting. Only informal speeches will bo made. There will bo no formal opening of the campaign, os Governor Altgeld has advised that it bo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1896

m J&Te we &ia.-pnaQjexEi«acL-fc; SHOT AT LIVING BIRDS .„ E MARiiiEP H.. D |V|0END BY THE LE ROI nellua Vanderbilt. Jr^ Wed. Mlea Grace Wllaon. ! New York. Au*. 1—ComeUua VanderMADB' blit. Jr., and Min Grace Wllaon were I married at noon today at the Wllaon reaIdence by Rev. William H. Pott, aaalalant I rector of St. Thomaa' church. Tho weddlnir wua private. There were present: Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Wllaon. tho parents of the bride; Mr. and Mra. Marshall Orme Wllaon. Robert Ooelet. Jr.. R. T. WilsonJr., a brother of the bride, and Frank Polk of Boston, who acted as boat man. Tho Vanderbilt family was not present. Mias Wilson entered tho weddlnc room linnlnu on tho arm of her father, who gave her away. There were no brides maids, and the drawing room was decorated with cut flowers. The ceremony was slm*:!e and brief. Mr. Vanderbilt a dde. ana an tnrougn tno noro.n. , Pjvwt .ZmunMnif law 11 trains on the Illinois Central have lllll , ph f re H!s present to the best...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1896

BIOS FOR WAR MATERIAL . MAXY COHCBRXS WILLIS0 TO SUPPLY UNCLE BAM. Moat EKtenalaa Program Laid Oat fcr tke Ordnaner Barran llnaa the War. Wasblnrtoa. Am. L-Ths waa a greet day for the manufacturer* of war matortol, and many groat corporaUon* and Anna wore ropraaeotod at to* war and navy department* uu* aitornoon when bid* were opened tor supplying a large quantity of gun carnages, anot and abell of rarloua alios and kind*. Probably not sine* the tat* war baa tbo ordnance bureau of the war dapartmant boon able to lay out ao extensive a program for one year's work, as la now made posalblo by Uie liberal aproprlatlons made by congress for our coast defense*. Conaequently. thara war* many bidder* for supplying large qnantltlas' Of matarlals. raw and complete. Included In the first call for pcopoeata, and It was noUceaNe that In the Hat of bidders were the name* of firms mainly from the west, that have never, before had bualneee relations with ttia star department. The first*bids opened ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1896

The Columbian. owna«a»mu<m> it . jokn -w. T’jLcm. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION, ■V mail: _ l. la advaaoc. W C»oU. Tbi Colcvbun invites its natrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■ VTIBED AT COLUMBIA FALLS TOBTOmCB •BCOVD CLASS MAIL MATTBB. Alt. ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, AUG. 6.1896. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Or NEBRASKA. For Vice-President— ARTHUR SEWALL, or MAINE. “A'o Crown of Thomu, “AV> Cross of Gold." - -William J. Bryan. “I may bs in error, but in my humble judgment, he who would rob a man of his necessary foo<l or jiollute the spring at which he quenches his thirst, or steal away from him hisaccustomed rest, or condemn his mind to the gloomy night of ignorance, is no more an enemg of his race than the man who, deaf to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1896

THE COLUMBIAN: \T SIXTH TEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20. 18%. NUMBER 34. COLUMBIA' FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. B_A.3srK: OV : COLUMBIA FALLS. ..Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. : : Butte, Ml. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. J, E. Gaylord, : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trout. : : Snjt Luke. Cities rope. Exclmnge Drawn on Principal of tho United States and Kui A General Banking Business Trans- acted. VVra. liKAU. ClUihlor. THE". I L' L L t L t : L* L L C L.' L- B L .^4 * L. I BEK HIVES 5 STORE, t jSEDaatt^ WE SELL AT LOW PRICES 3 CROCKERY. TINWARE, | 3 Wooden Ware, S Kitchen Utensils, ^ Lamps. Etc. h' g rrr.rrr " Call and Look Over Our c | Stock and Get Prices. | 3 oaguasi MAIN STREET. 3 Columbia Falls, Montana. | 3 pRBBWirr.r.rur.crFRnr r.prr.cc l PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Atton>e\j-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILISOS AND FINAL I’KOOFS madi:. gOLOk'B A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1896

TIME TABLE. lumbU FoU" . I.r; n. m o ColamUA Foil"... H-JSa.m minutCM Ixifnro Train Time. SOCIETIES. ! CITY LOWfE NO.^I. Vf CTHODIST EPISCOPAL CnCmTl- SKRInTltoa. p. w. HAY N KS. pATHOLIC (TICKCH-SEUVICES AT ST. U CharlraChnrch on FI rat and Third bondara of each month, at » a.m. anil 11 n.m. RKV. II. j. VAX DE N UN. l^PWORTH LEJklUTES-HIINIOR I.R\UUK| 111 meet* Snailny at 6 n. m. Junior Loaeno mceU Sunday at 3 t>.ni. All invited. POST «l ami YUitinx A. R.-GEOROE B. LKLI.AN ljl» mM*U at KMincly Hall Uio beooml ami Fourth Saturday* of rach month, eomradr* invited to meet with u*. R. F. TATC. Adi. II. ll.(l'>».C,.in. AY’OMAN'S RELIEF CO BPS-MEETS AT V» Kennedy Hal! Second and Fourth Saturday# of each month. \ i.ltiue membera inrued. Mas. St c (Unox, Prraident. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. Tiieeiuavli. County Attorney. Sxusr.v M. Loo.iv. Clerk of Diatricl Court. AxDRKW \\ . StVAXEl. Countr Treaaurer, A. J, Kino. Coonty snpt. of School*. P. h. Hr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1896

FAMOUS BRYAN SENTENCES. Parnerniilis from Speer lies that Have Attracted World Wide Attention. Excerpts that Give an Idea of Mr. Bryan’s Power In Debate-They Show a High Regard for the Welfare of the Common People. Mr. Bryan’s groat oratorical ability ami forceful expression of his views have made him famous. Some excerpts are given: They call that man a statesman whose oar is tuned to catch the slightest pulsations of a pocketbook, and denounce as a demagogue any one who dares to listen to the heart-beat of humanity. The poor man who takes property by force is called a thief, but the creditor who can by legislation make a debtor pay a dollar twice as largo as he borrowed is lauded as a friend of sound currency. The man who wants the people to destroy the government is an anarchist, but the man who wants the government to destroy the people is a patriot. Some, who are ready to use the power of the government to limit the supply of money in order to prevent injustice to the creditor,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1896

aajj&gjR&M in -m .■bd-em. ISTe-^re Q-va.~o-pLLea3=tQdQ.-t. TH’8 LENGTHY ROLL NATALITIES AKD SLKKEB1SCI FROM THE HKATimPRECEDENTF.n. Rrllrf f«r E«ii«*n« Hnm.nKy Come From (hr Fur Wr.t —Alrradr Brttrr. New York. Auk. Il.-Another <!»>- of the tearful heat which If opprelMln.- this action ha* added a p«*e of fat.illtle* and nuftcrlnK more remarkable than Its predcceaaom. In New York city. In Urook lyn and all the nd}accnt town* an.l throughout the ntatee .'f New York and New Jemey the r. |>ort« of dee the and proatratlon* ovcrahailow the reeonl journey is ended— —- tineet ol Jame* Kerr. I'lttaburK. Auk. U.-Jamr» Kerr, ox- more or lea*, have a 1*0 occurred, er at 7 o'clock pomdbly cooled oft the temperature. but only for a short time. The number of peraon*driven lii*ane by the heat will probably never be known, nut Ha effects In that direction may be estimated from the fact that durlnr the week a persona have ben locked up In the d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1896

CHaQrTXJDQ-'bcX^O- Qmp-ole-r-n ^-r-, -f- THEY TALK ON POLICY IXBCTLMICK AOKXT* •BHD A LETTER TO JOHN A. ■•CALL AMU, Th.r culm, Womld ■* Do»blrd If lk« BlaulAlIU •rd la AAoRtad. Banvar. CoL. Au*. A-H. P. UArUo. U 0. Lantenxeler, A. C. Sherman, C. P. Chandler, H. K. Preaton, 8. B. Crawford. Samuel Bchanr and J. A. BlaSord. a«enu for the New Tork Life Inaurance Company. have addreeaed the foUowIn* let- ’ ter to John A. McCaU. preeldent of the company "Dear Sir: The official asency bulletin of the company, under date of July 25. u»6. In lur*e. red letter., aaye: Talk pollay and not poUUca' Thla la Indeed excellent adrloe, and oould be applied by aome people other than a*enu. We have aaalduoualy talked ‘pcllcy and not polltloe,' until a few daya aco. but alnce the .alroulation of your letter of poUUcal advice to policy-holders, we find our voca Son gone, and are forced now to Ulk pollute, not poUcy. What la right In the president of the company can not be wrong In 1U repreeenuuvea, so fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1896

Columbian W. FA.OE3. SUBSCRIPTION, •Y mail: o 11.30 per Year. ^ a.'soCenu. bun invites its uatrous i to send items of ntl kinds regvding improvements, and occurreuces which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to Toe Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. SNTKSSD AT OOLEMMA FALL* FOSTOFFICK A* SECOND CLAM MAIL MATTEE. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. T’HDRSDAY, AUG. 13. 1896. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President— ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. “No Crown of Thorn*, “.Vo Cross of Gold:' — William JiBryan. “/ may be in error, but in my humble judgment, he who would rob a man of his necessary foo<l or jwillule the spring at which Iw quenches his thirst, or steal away from him his accustomed rest, or condemn his mind to the gloomy night of ignorance^ is no more an enemy of his race than the mati who, deaf to the entreaties of the poor and blind to the suffering he loould cause, seeks to ...

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