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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1896

^w^t THE -COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. 1896. NUMBER COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. 3=3 jC±_ iisr K1 A STRANGE MANIA llim-.v X. wine. Untie Bookkoniior. lias nil I'ncontrollablC Ofslrc In Buy Kvoi-ylliimr He Sops. COLUMBIA FALLS. THK KATAI. FOI.I.Y OF A WIDOW. Colombia Falls, Moot. Tlirpp Min Kiilcil in » Frpislit Wrppk mi Hip XiiHIih u Paeific—Gorf-oi-al Xpw« arthcStalP. DIRECTORS: A. J. Duvia, : : Butte, Mt. Jamea A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt, J. E. Gaylonl, : • Butto, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte. Mt. L.C. Trout. : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Pitncipal Cities of the United States aui Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. ’ i Win. ItKAD. CaalUer. im mm STORE. Ofluudti vyE SELL XT LOW PRICES J CROCKERY. TINWARE. Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rnnr.rr Call and Look (Tver Our Stook and Get Prices. azrj'Ja* MAIN STREET. 3 Columbia Falls, Montana. s h c 3 rrr.r.r.r.rnr.r.r,r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1896

TIME TABLE. . Imt«Colombia Falla 1.11a. m i Falla . J-jaa-n. a boforo Train Tima. SOCIETIES. hro'har^ootdiaMr^o^wl. i. $. £f. in^Sd. ml "sun.’la/Scirool aoniiall j - P.W.HAVNES. Paator nATHOLIC CHDBCH-SKBVICra AT ST. Kj ('harlra Chorch on Firat and Third Sund„. o, oarh mon«h. a' R » * ■ ^ Va>. TT'PWORTH LKAOUKR SENIOR I.KAGVF. Vj maala Sandax nl 6 n. m. Jnninr banana inaata Sonday nt 3 P-ni. All inrltod. n A.R.-OEOBOE B-Mel'LELLAN POST Ijl. maata al Kanna.ly_| all tha Saa.md and Fourth Satunlar. of «8ch month, \ia.tina comradaa invitod to maat with ua. ThP.T»TK.A.U, II. ll.OAmtt.Com. WOMAN S REL1KF CORP^MEKTO AT Vr Kennady Hall Sacond and FtHinh Satlirdaya of each month.. Viaitine mamivT. inritad. Ma-a. Sl-K I I.AtTox. Praaldcnt. COUNTY OFFICIALS. Coonty Clerk and Raoordar. M. TaKaatACLT. Coonty Attorney. StmKT M. LOOAK. Clark of Mat rid Court. Annua «. Swaxet. Conntv Traaaurar, A. J. Ktxn. County Supt. of Scboole, P. N. BeaxAID. County Aaaeaepr. J. B. Otaaon. County Sher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1896

A PRETTY GOOD SCHEME. The FUbernirn of Flathead Will no Doubt Have. Glax-i Boat Dottonis. A Fellow In Now Foundlnnd Has Started the Fad and We’ll all Have to Follow Suit or Trump. Jofor.' -ulwrilMtut r..r i MavtiMWo thr Br.1 an D u F npa°5Fl® T o’f®r 1»| moro»l « rut Paper Patl« alootho of any tfial # any an- i\tc imt 1 prnctica on I ho market. Thryarr momlicr of a hon»elio|i| iro. In rath oops of tho macasino tltW H».* .u»wriU<r i prn t ft nt couM ro«ictro. In each i« printiHl n rou|M>n (hat ..... or purrliaftor to a pattern <worth nml rojtnlarly m»!<I for :t*Hru> or any number of patti-ra* at four rentaeach to eorer packaite an«l |io*ta«o. When tho ralne of tlte i>atterni> ,ia e.tn«iitore«l thenUbrcribcr actually Bet* DEMOREST’S MAGAZINE FREE! And what a maentine it U! For I 4 **} it will he more brilliant than ever. New management, new mpthodM, n<<w ideas. Kach ••ontnine.an ex- ijui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1896

y Oc3l~CLTn.TD±ajjL I^Te-w-g THE ACCEPTANCE SPEECH TS* BRYAN FORMALLY ACCEPTS III NOMINATION. BrlUUDt Speech of Acceptance Outlining the Principles Ue Defends--Thc Man of the Hour. New York. Aug. IS. Following In W.-J. Bryan's acceptance speech at Madison Square Garden, New York, on Wednesday last, which was preceded by eloquent Introductory remarks by Governor Stone of Missouri: “Mr. Chairman, Gentlemen of the Commlttee and Follow Cltucns: I shall at a future day. and in a formal letter, accept the nomination which Is now tendered me by the notlflcatton committee, and I shall at that time touch upon the Issues presented by the platform. It Is flttlng. however, that at this time. In the presence of the thousands hero assembled. I speak at some length In regard to the campaign upon which wo arc now entering. We do not underestimate the forces arrayed against us. nor are wo unmindful of the Importance of the struggle in which we are engaged; but relying for success upon the righteousn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1896

<3olL' 1 '’ 1 ~ rir *IKT'e-w'B LETTER FROM THURSTON STKWABT AS ICED WHERE BRYAN OJ^r TUB CASH. Bryan'* Taper State* Tliat Cbar*e* Will Be Anateered In One Season. Omaha. A us. 16.—Senator John M. Thurston today handed to tbo Associated Trees for publication the following copy of a letter which he mailed today to Senator Stewart of Nevada: "To the Hon. William Stewart. Editor of the Silver Knight. Washington. D. C.: Sir.—On my return from a recent campaign tour, 1 find your open letter of August 1, which you so kindly gave to the press of tne country before awaiting^ Its receipt. In your letter you refer to' the address delivered by me at the Ohau.tauqua assembly at Madison. Wls., on July 31. You must have known when you penned your letter that 1 did not make any charge against Hon. William J. Bryan of any kind whatever; that 1 did nothing except to read portions of an editorial published In the greatest democratic Journal of the west—the Chicago Chronicle—on the Uth of la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1896

— Columbian. omrm^urD rcsLisaKD bt JOHN W. PACTHi. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: The Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. CXTRKKD AT COLUMBIA FALLS FOSTOFFICK AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTEB. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, AUG. 20. 1896. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. tant in this campaign, of course, but wo do not know that the news whether Mrs. Bryan wore a johnny-jump-up, a daisy, u dandelion or green cucumber sheds any light on the issues. Earlier in the game columns wore told about McKinley’s' kindness to his invalid wife. Wo hod never heard that Me had over boon arrested for wife beating. Any American who rises to. the distinction of being a presidential Candida his wife. There is con this sort of rot inflicted lie. Some may like it, will suffer seriously if it is omitted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1896. NUMBER 36. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OX 1 ' : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. RKA.D, Cimhier. a aoasiag qjj'jvj nonoonnanooB i: ! the: I l IEEE HIVEl 1 STORE. uyyuua WE SELL AT LOW PRICES CROCKERY, TINWARE, ^ Wooden Ware, L Kitchen Utensijs, g Lamps, Etc. c rnncr.R ■Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. miv'jna MAIN STREET. g Columbia Palls, Montana. £ a £ nBBECcnr.nrrrrrnr.EEr.EnEErRir PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attomevj-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL FBOOFS MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, —DENTIST gfRces; Conrad Block. KALISPELL, :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1896

TIME TABLE. r*<ut—leave Colurabln Falla—n. m .IcbtoColumbiaFnlU... Silu.m pr-Mall. clan 30 mlaulaa before Train Tima. SOCIETIES. A 6. U. W.-FALL8 CITY LODGE NO. 41. J\ • Moot* Tburadar EreninK, in hnll oTcrllir Poatoflloa. Vlaitin* brollior* cordiallr inritad. C. 8. (Iaucctt. Bee. R. W. Main. M. tt. I. W&ggZSPKXSSl i°d. o°v: Hnll. Vlritins membora Inrllod to attend. J. M. Lewis, Sec. N. Willoi'Ohbt, N. O. i p. m. nritod. P. W. HAYNES, Pastor /tATHOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. V_ (diaries Church on First and Tlnrd Sundnya of each month, at S n.m. and 11 a.m.. Rev. H. J. tax dk Vex. TC’PWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE JCA meets Sunday at 0 n.m. Junior Lenune meets Sunday at 3 p-m. .U1 Inrited. r< A. R.—GEORGE B. McCLELLAN POST VJf • meets at Kennedy Hall the Second and Fourth Saturdays of each month. VMtinir comrades inriictl to meet with us. R. F. TATE.iWJ. H. H. Gabe, Com. WOMAN’S RELIEF CORPS—MEETS AT r r Kennedy Htdl Second and Fourth Saturdays of each ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1896

V' THE THREE LINKMEN SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE SOON TO MEET AT DALLAS. Tb® Biennial Klrrtlnn of ofOreremn Kvcnl of Intrreet -Growth of Odd Fellowihlj In the Unlled .State® and I’reaent Proaperil! of the Order. TJio aorcrciRii RTirtlil IndRii of Old Fellows will hold its annual meeting at Dallas, Tex., on Sept. H. This will be au especially important gathering because the biennial election of olllcers will occur at this time. The sovereign grand lodge is the supreme legislative bead of nu order which can boast of over SIS.000 members. It has elective offloors consisting of grand sire, deputy grand sire, grand secretary and grand treasurer. A man who becomes a grand «iro must have been connected actively with the order for many years and must be possessed of ajialilie* which would naturally make < him a leader among men. Representatives from grand lodges and grand encampments in every state in the Union and from Canada, Germany and Australasia also make up the membership of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1896

rvyi-n -m T-rj^g.-g^ USTg atv s S~Q-~OiDleanzLOJ3-'fc. CHEER AFFER . CHEER HR WRDDBD AM. IIEII MILLIONS NVbllnPr’n Son Mnrrlen a Danulilcr of tbo VnndrrbllU. METAL CHAMPION. Ilr| nn Take* Lunch nl ••Woolfcrt'* Hoo.f With David II. Hill of New York. Albany. N. Y.. Aug. 26.—The second day of William J. Bryan'* trip westward from the seclusion of Bed Hook was an eventful one. crowded with a variety of Incidents of travel. IncludImc a picturesque reception at a summer hotel, a-stlrrlnn speech to a crowd of worklnumer. at the town of KIorst. ,wn, and culmlnatlnR In a (treat mtelIr.R at Albany, where the candidate spoke to a crowd of 10.000 people, packed in the city hall square under the shadow of the stutehouse. Before this demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Bryan sot down to a dinner with Senator Hill and prominent Albany , democrats at the senator's maunltlcent home, known as Woolferts Boost, whither they were driven from the depot. where. a stronK-lumted crowd came near mobbing them on their...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1896

M’KINLEY AND FARMERS urcB BUBpcndcd, our public works re- GAitbOAUS CALL ON GOLD CANDIDATE. TUB Mr. McKinley Goe« Back to Fillmore and Buchanan and Glvee Many Statlstloa. Canton, Ohio. Aug. 2«,—At 1 o'clock seven carloads of Knox county fanners reached Canton by a special Pennsylvania train. A local farmer headed the parade with a load of new mown hay. They wore a sturdy looking set of men, and gave cheer after cheer as their chairman appeared on the step with McKinley. H. D. Critchfleld cf Mount Vernon, son of a Knox county farmer, made a neat presentation speech. McKinley's Address. McKinley responded as 'follows: "Mr. Critchfleld and my fellow citizens: It gives me great pleasure to meet nnd greet the citizens of Knox county In the city of Canton and at my own home. I am glad to welcome my old comrades of the Grand Army, ray fellow citizens who are engaged In agricultural Industries, and my fellow citizens of all occupations who arc here assembled. Tour meeting deraonstrates that...

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

c Columbian. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: If Paid in Adrance HJO per Year. Six Mon tin. In adrance, ll-IX). Three Month*. In adrance, SO Cent*. Single coplea 10 cent*. The Columbian invites its pal i ons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to die people of the Flathead. Address- all letters to Toe Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. IXTEKED AT COMJUMA FALLS rOSTOmCK SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTEn. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. - THURSDAY, AUG. 27, ISfXi. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President— ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. And what is more, not only is our capital Honing away to Mexico, bill our bright young men, the youth of Kansas, our brightest and most progressive manhood, is flowing away to .Mexico, too. There isn’t a day that some Kansas young man does not start for Mexico ana thousands have their eyes turned on that prosperous country. Is it not stra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 18%. NUMBER 37. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. A FUSIOK TICKET I UmikwimI* :uitl i’oirnlisls lliv'iilc tlio Oflirf- mill Virlimlly K»iloisi ilmii.imi. COLUMBIA FALLS. .ii i.'' i.A - '. Ul'CK (0NVK.NTIOX. I its Inborn. T. E. Collins for troasurj it', O. 15. Nolnn for utloriinv gonorol, I H. R. Buck for associate justice of ’ the supremo eourt, were 'nominated by acclamation. For auditor there was n lively, lij^ht between O. II. Mjmii of Yellowstone, Charles Hall of Valley and F. \V. Poindexter of Dillon. Two ballots woio required for Poindexter to win.' " Columbia Fallo, Moat. X i'tekt Over Fusl it. lint im Hie llurtu:.iii l‘rn|>- i>.-itiiui it was Hot. \D1 HECTORS: Tom Long was secretary of the convention; .1. \V. Moore was a mem- was Nut !fit- In r of the confore.nce committee; W. D. Hill was a member of the comiditeo on |K&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1896

TIME TABLE. Oolof *ut....lMT*C«i«BbUFaU<...:i a. o Ooinrw«t... 1mt«ColunbUFtlU... 5*5 n.m Pr-M.ll. clow 30 planta* betgK. Tr»ln Time. SOCIETIES. T~do. W.—FALLS CITY LODGE NO. 41. A. UwU Thuradar EtpdIuk, In linll over the Po* to (lice. VUItin* hrothnm conlinll} iimtad. C. 8. Oakbett, Roc. R. W. Main, M. «. I. w.??. Hall. VDItlnami J. M. LKWia, Soc. nbera Invited to attend. N. WiLLOconav. N. (i. J^ETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUllCH^SM7 p. mT ^unday^chool at li. ^’isitora tordially iDvltod. P.W. HAYNES, Pastor /CATHOLIC CHURCH-SERVICES AT ST. VV CharlM Clmrch on Pi rat and Thiril Sundaja of each month, at 9 a.m. and 11 n.m. Rev. II. J. vax deVen. TT'PWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE Alj rocoU Sunday at 8 n. m. Junior Lengno moot* Sunday at 3 p.m. AU invited. Q A. R.j-OECHtgE B. McCLKLLAN ^ POST Fourth Saturday* of each month. Visiting comrade* Invited to meet with u». R. F. Tate. AdJ. H. H. Gabs. t om. W°K*S gS-^TaMK,^ dan of each month. VUltincmcmber* invited. Mrs. SrE Clavtox. Preside...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1896

female gardeners. WOMEN DjJ THE WORK ON THE UR- BAN TRUCK FAftMS. Xo Poetry In Thlt Drudgrry, Wblch In tbs Enbnrba of the Oremt Cltlc* I> Uiunlly Performed bj Women of Forelffn Birth. It Is not only in France, Germany and other Europcaij countries t!mt women work In the fields. They do it light hero in free America—thousands of them. The time has not yet anived When they take the place of men on the big western farms. They are not yet harnessed to the plow with horses and oxen to till the prairies. It is in the suburbs of the great cities that women toil and drudge. By the sweat of their brows and by the aching of their bended bucks the fresh vegetable delicacies which grace the tables of the prosperous city folks arc raised. In most of the outlying metropolitan districts there are scattered tracts of land that 'Till some day bo swallowed up by the advancing lines of’ tenements and residences, but which for the present are utilized ns truck farms. The unobserving city man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1896

y a yGipio^yii^ m <«*/*■/& r^s^piSsar- Bpettacular ai ttid wl.leh ttii ffl CleVelailtl' gd«e him Wtilgtit. W where elie; VrUh the p6fc.rt.3e exce .Hon' dr New Yorh/ have te tnhny prop t ■ tempted to henr him talk. .' Two meeting, llatened to -Mr. Brian Rratlh the Goutr*l HCmfiOV Where people were packed, the.a.c»ml In Brythen ale tell, which.! held; iSW. and . fier.warda he wrote ,-»o. «everal tfao. sand, to-cm :the hnlcony i of.; •-hfl..MoU<{nden hoteh.j it huvomet 8 ai Bands and marching campaign ilubs were, nnmeroust.about the atteets and with thousands. :ot; ‘Stranger* li Its . gates, the city.here a holiday • pt-ct. Special iratria .-brouKht out of town loluba-ln .durmr ‘the aftemooi; 500 came ln-nn * train from Cantor the ■ members o< the Bryan club of tha city: and their frK'nOs.'tVvo trains came from Akron, and dthera frem Ctfjahofn and other-Ohio %d Penn#lva»m p ints. Ftm'tW'frtrtttfc equSrc* the a reets ", al^u.OW aetidt: were t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1896

i Ocxl~oj=D.~lr>"i 35Tq~w-b STx-OTDQ-exEx.o32L-t. IS A M'KINLEV HtJTBED SUICIDE AND SniKDER CLEARED Uf SENATOR TELLER TALKS AT COLORADO SPRINGS. Sprnkft of the Crime of 1878 and n Kemedr-for Our PovertyStricken People. Colorado Springs, Colo.. Aug. 31.— Senator Henry M. Toller delivered tonight tho only speech which he will give In the state of Colorado In this campaign. Long before the hour of opening the doors, an immense throng, numbering thousands, crowded the streets leading to the hall in which the address was to be delivered. When Senator Teller rose to speak, over 3000 people occupied every available space In the Coliseum, and a couple of thousand crowded outside of the hall and cheered from time to time. Senator Teller was given a regular ovation when he arrived In the city and later at the Antlers hotel. The scenes which greeted him at the opening of the meeting beggared description. This city is called the hotbed of the McKinley senUment of the west, and the me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1896

The Columbian. OWJHID i»D ? US LIB H ED IT JOHN -W#FA.OHl. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■v mail: AdTUK* OJOgBT^Ysmr. Ml Months, la advance, 1 Three Months, in adrance. SO Cents. ■In*le eopies 10 eents. The Columbian invites its pa’ and friends to send items of all 1 irons kinds '•garding improvements, and occurences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BVTKUD AT COLUMOIA FALLS rOSTOFFICB SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PATABLB THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3. 1896. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For Presidout— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OK NEBRASKA. For Vice-President— ARTHUR SEWALL. OK MAINE. McKinleys declaration. Mr. McKinlejr’s letter of acceptance adds nothing whatever to the items for discussion. He has done nothing so plainly as to say that ho is willing to drop any former bimetallic views he may have bold, the price being a nomination upon a platform that is at variance with his former utterances...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS; MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 18%. NUMBER 38 COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. D1 HECTORS: A. J. Davis, : •Tamos A. Talbott, •I. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. UEAD, CiiMhlcr. THJE i I \m HIVE? i STORE. ? a a aaatata WF. SEU. AT LOW PIUCER p CROCKERY, TINWARE. % Wooden Ware, 1 Kitchen Utensils, ri Lamps, Etc. :j cnr.riBK I Call and Look Over Our | Stock and Get Prices. i loi m, j ; MAIN STREET- ^ (jpUnnbia PaUs, Montana. | ^pnRKKBcrirrrrnnrirrrnnEriHnu PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUf/B' \ TALLS. - MQNT. A, H. BURCH~ ^DENTIST .= Offices: Conrad Block. ( KALISPELL, : MONTANA. DR. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1896

SOCIETIES. * a u. W.-FALLS CITY LOIHiH So. 41. A. _M««UTI,ui»Ur It. W. Main. M. 'V. ILfETHODIST BFMCQPAL CHURCH- SKRJT1 rice Ktcw other Snndny nt 11 n. in. noil 1 8nnil»)'SrbooUtj:. ti \ jolor* ror.lmll) P. W. HAYSES. Partor /CATHOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. Charier Cliurch on Fir»t ami Tliml SunRaj* of each month, at 9 a.». and 11 a.m. Rev. H. J. van he Vex. T^PWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE JVj tneota Sumlay atop. m. Junior I.e.icne meet* Sunday at 3 p.m. .All invited. fy A. R.—GEORGE B. McCLELLAN POST vJT. meet* at Kenne.lv Hall the Second and Fourth Saturday* of each month. ViMimn comrade* invited to meet with u». R. F. Tate. AdJ. H. II. O ut*, Com. »V'U PPI IVP /ARpo \fPKTS \1* W^edvHaR^ond^FouohStlu?. day* of each inonlh. Vlaitiairmemlier* iuvite.1, Maa. See Clattox. President. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. Theebiaelt. County Attorney. Siii.xei M. Loo ax. Clerk of DUtrict Court. Andrew IV. Su txrv. Countv Treasurer, A. J. Ktso. County Supt. of School*, F. N. RKax...

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