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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1896

Jiwr," i’\M n u(5v np,i.rs I I’oliiiuK ■ liltlA uurmur every day ui. llie alectioa approacbos.' Eacb^party claimi every tiling with confidence. The people uro beginning to make •nqurios as to bow tho various t nndidatea stand on Ibe silver question. Take tfto judgosbip contest for u sample. Every body knows where D. F. Sniitli stands. lie is for Bryan and free silver. Judge Pomeroy is placed in the McKinley following, and will remain there, nodoubt. The fight of republicans is made plain by tho effort to get their candidates' names on what is peculiarly termed the “Silver Republican Ticket.” Whatever may be the result of the effort one thing is cer&iu, viz: That no one will be fooled into voting the “silver republican" ticket that was named by a gold convention. Just what tho “silver republican” ticket is, or who nominated it, is not plain. Omar Uoskins is said to be the committeeman, chairman, secretary, frousuror rnd executive committee of tho silver republican party. ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1896

W. rP-A-OHJ. OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: nor Year. Jl.llTi. SO Cent*. Tn* Columbian invites its patrons •nd 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 Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■ XTBUD AT COLUWIUA FALLS rOSTOFFICE AS SECOND CLASS VAIL MATT SH- ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY/6CT. 15. 189C. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. 'For Vice-President— ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. “No Crown of Thorns, “No Cross of Gold." — William J. Bryan. SILVER STATE TICKET. For Pre*i(IcQtIaI EIcctnn*— H. L. Frank, Dvm.. Batle. Maktin Maoixxis. Dcm.. Ho!.Mm. Daniel Brow, Pop.. Hutto. For Member of ('onKmee. Blank. For Governor— Rudekt II. Smith, Pop.. Helena. For Lieutenant Governor A. E- Sprioos. Pop.. TotnMeniL For Attorney General— C. II. Nolan, Deni.. Helena. For Associate Justice of Supreme CourtIIokacf. R. Bet k. Dem., Hel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. >IXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 189(5. NUMBER 44. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OS' : ^LUMBIA FALLS, OolurD ?ia Palls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Diivis, Jamos A. Talbott, •1. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trout, Butto, Mt. Bui to, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Citios of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. HJCAI), Cnuhler. jaaaaaamiuuaauuuuuuuwjuau^ s I THE". STORE. UZiV'JUZi WE SELL AT LOW TRICES 5 PRPC|<ERY, TINWARE, Wgorfgn Ware, Kitchen ytensils, 1-amps, Etc. wmr.n Call and Look Over Our S Stock and Get Prices. 3 a aaasua MAIN STREET. Columbia Falls, Montana. merer rnrrrrrnrr.rr.rnnjtrrL' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorrvevj-at-LiSiW, COMMISSIONER y : § : P!Rcy|T coyRT LXHD KIL1SUS AND FINAL t'itpOFB MADE. gOLyi/B'A FALLS.. - MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DENTIST OfBces: Conrad Block. KALI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1896

SOCIETIES. I Mo«, K7 CO Tu«!l" IA K ’'ni'.’s nt 1*0 o’f Hall. < VUItin?membeA y in!uld i 1o ottcnd.' J. M. Lkwi*. Soc. -V. WlLLOCOHBT. N. (J. 7 p. m. IbtIUhI. P. W. HAYNES, Pastor dara of each month, at 9 n.m. and II n.m. Rev. H. J. van de Vex. TjtPWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE JJJ meet* Sunday at 6 p.m. Junior Loagne mocta Sunday at 3 p.m. All iurited. /■a A. R.-GEORGE B. JlcCLELLAS POST VJT • mpota nt Krnntsly Hall the Second and Fourth Saturdays of each month. Yisitins comrades inritsd to meet with us. R. F. Tate. AdJ. II. II. Gaub. Com. ■MTOMAN’S RELIEF CORPS-MEETS AT W Kenned) Hall Second and Fourth Snturdan Of oacli month. VisItinRmembers invited. Mbs. Sue Currox, President. JOHN Ac GIBBONS CAM P. SONS OF VCTEReach'month. 1 ’ " L.R. Conk'ux. Captain. F. 0. Clayton, First SerBcnnt. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clark and Recorder, M. Thebbi.U’LT. County Attorney. SlDXEt M. Looax. Clerk of District Court. Axdbeyv \V. Swanei. County Treasurer. A. J. Ktxo. County Supt. of Scho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1896

at. < qfcjafegfc; (MIMING THE PANIC. Gold Owners Are the Vultures of Business. Squeezing the Life Blood Out of the People. They Thrive on Financial Trouble. BISHOP WIGGEB CONDEMNS IRELAND. General Prosperity Would Be Their Disaster. Tlio Rold cmitriictionists, who nro Bqut'UziliH I he lifo blood out of the people. depressiu" trudemid coutiuuiug the paiiio they oomuicuced iu 1893, are eqdeuTOring to explain the hard times by saying that they are result of a "want of eduflileneo;" This in refreshing impudence from a set of men who live upon the destruction of coulldcuco ami the wrecking of business enterprise's. They uro the inon who watch the treasury gold reserve us buzzards watch dying muies on the road, and who fill tho car with croaking predictions that the imtionnl credit will suffer if it falls below ♦ 10(1,000,000. They are tho men who draw tho gold out for uxixirt and then sell tin- goid back to the government nt a premium to replenish the reserve. They -ire tho me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1896

The Columbian . OWKED axd rcDUHiir.D nr JOHN -W. F-A-OE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: , ££ r or Yr.ir. Six Month*, in mlTnneo, fl.OX Thrw Months, in n.lvnncn, 10 (Vn.,. Slnxlo coplc* 10 cmiLh. * If Paid in Adrm.cc fIM f-cr . ii.ii The Coluuuian' invilos its nntroiis and friends (o send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to Tin: Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BSTEBKO AT COM’S I I \ CALLS rOSTOmCE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADYEBTISIXG HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, OCT. 22. 1S96. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President - WILLIAM .1. BRYAX, . OK NEBRASKA. For Vice-President—-ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. “.Vo Craivn of Thorn#, “No Cross of Gold." - William J. Bryan. SILVER STATE TICKET. For PrMktnntial KI <1 - II. L. tcAs k. Uattc. Martin M :nm.. I>. n,.. Damll Hcno.. Pop., Cuttc. For Member of C. . 1'i.wu. For Gorernor Ronj.KT I:. Swim. Holeun. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. .v- - . in. SIXTH YEAR. I'tori, 'C.1/V °^ly COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY', NOVEYIBER 5, 189G. NUMBER 45. M’KINLEY HAS WON HETl'H.VS INDICATE THAT TUB GOLD MEN HAVE TRIUMPHED. IniHuna. MIchlBOD nn<I Kenlncky the 1*1 votnl Htntea and Are Claimed by Uoth. Chicago. Nov. 1.—Itolurn* from ihc enure country, although Incomplj^o In oome Mates have declared for the republican party to make certain Kl votes In . the electoral college for Its leader. The states whoso votes arc sure for him are as follows: California 9 Connecticut 8 Delaware 3 Illinois.., » Indiana la New Humpshlre 4 Oregon., v . t Siuth Dakota.......... ; i weTvlr^ia::.::::::::::::::.:::::.::::::: J Wisconsin 13 Total States Sure for Uryan. Alabama ; Arkansas . PS 0 ..v:r..\v.-.v::.:::..::v:. fda 0 h r o KU .:;:-:::..-.:::-:.v. ::: • ■I.oulfllnnn •... ' North criroii na* v.v.v.'.v. South Carolina Tanner*e« - SSh*.:. ; Virginia i.. ..i. Washington Wyoming .. there arc several, representing a great...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1896

TIME TABLE. it....le*roColumbiaFnll«...1.2: a. m Uolnu voat... 1c«to Colombia Falla... 5 35 u. m “Mail* clpM » mlnuloa before Train Time. SOCIETIES. "a o. u. w.-falls city LODGK NO. <1. A • Meet* Tliunulajr ETcninir, In ball over I he FoatoOlce. VUIUn* brothora eord.allr Inrllej!. C. 8. (UiaETT, Roc. R. W. Main-. M. W. t o. o. f.—com Mm a lodge no. u.1 a Menu Erery Turaday Erenlne at I. O. O. 1-. Hall. Vialtlna morabera Inrltod lo altcml. J.JI. Liwia. Sec. N. Wn-Loconnv, N.G. P. W. HAYNES, Pastor rtATHOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. Li Charles Church on Firat and Third Sunday. of each month. «S V „. LEAGUE Leagno TTtpWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR L 11/ moots Sunday ntHp. m. Junior meoU Sunday at 3 p.m. All innted. / a A. R.-GEORGE B. McCLELLAN POST Ijf. meets at Kennedy Hall the Second and Fourth Saturdava of each mA&th. \ialtlnu comrades in*lte.l to meet with na. R. F. Tate. Adj. II. H. I ..m, WOMAN'S RELIEF (XIRPS-MF.ETS AT »Y Kennedy Hall Second and Fourth saturdaya of ...

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

TREASON AND REVOLUTION. HIS INCONSISTENCY. Views of Colonel Kobert O. In- person Four Years Apo. C^ioiiel Robert O. IiiRersoir, wlio is ! i now ou tbo stump fur Marl: Hamm nml I Two Astounding Goldbug the plutocrats, must Imvo cliangcd ills Admissions. Threats Against Self Government. In tho cotiiso ol' his speech at Detroit recently Senator .John M. I'lthncr sniil, ns reported in the the plutocrats, must nave clmnpcd his political principle*. At tho Tabor Opera House in Denver May 2i, 1802, lie said in a public address: “I said I would say one or two words tonight on such vulgar tilings ns gold and silver. I am as satisfied ns X am that I live Umt tho few—tho few who control the'debts, tho currency, tbo money of tbo world—have combined either consciously or unconsciously to make tho debtor pay more than the cred- itor has the right to ask. HANNA NEEDS MOKE MONEY. Puts on the Screws For Another Assessment. Banka Must'Produce $2,000,- 000 More. LABOR’S I OPPORTUNITY. Silver Means an ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1896

The Columbian. cvns*aDrroi-»au> *1 JOHN W. PAOE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BV mail: If Paid in AdTBDCO II JO per Year. Six Month*. In ndranco, 11.(0. Three Month*, in advance, SO CenU. Slnxle cop lev 10 cent*. The Colomman imitow its natrons and friends to send items of nil kinds r reucos people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Columbian, •—Columbia Falls, Mont. regarding? improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the ■ XTEUD AT COLUMBIA TALLft rOHTOFttCC AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, OCT. 2!), I860. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President— ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. j J “No Crown of Thorn*, “No Crons of Cold." - William ,/. Ihyan. SILVER STATE TICKET. For Prcoidcntiii) Elector** II. L. Frank, Dcm., Ilutt'*. Martin Mao inn im, Deni.. HeJonn. Daniel Hrown, Pop., llutte. For Member of ConcreM*. Blank. For Gorernor - Robert H. Smith, Pop., Hf'N-n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. » % • COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1896, . 7 ' ’ . ^ . NUMBER 46. FARMERS IN SESSION REPRESENTATIVE MEN IS THE CAUSE OF AGRICULTURE. Wealth Producer* of the Nation Domnml LcitUlatlon Which Will Give Fair Piny. Indianapolis, Nov. 10.-The sixteenth on- \ nuai session of the Fanners - National Upngress began at 10:30 In Indiana hall. Tflhrc were about TO persons present. I-l-ter sfvqngs are expected to show a larger attendaVg. The members present were representative men and leaders In the cause of asricull'urc. Congress was called to order by President B. F. Clayton of Indlanola. Iowa. Mayor Taggart delivered the address of welcome. A response was made by Secretary J. M. Stahl of Chicago. '•We came here." said the secretary, •"to labor for the farmer and yet wo do not fofget ‘ the men in mine, shop or banks. We realize the dependence of all industries. and that when the Industries of cities languish our agricultural Indixtrfcij fail. - ' J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1896

NOTHING GOT AWAY KINO AND PIEIICIS CODSTIIjjl GIVE ■U.TER MAJOIUTIEH. ET*ry City IB «h» »«B«e Decn Currl.d By th» People'. Party. Incomplele returns from all the counties tn eastern Washington show that the ontire people's party ticket will bo to the Cascades with S000 majority. Returns coming In will Increase rather than diminish this majority. The two big counties on the west side, King and Pierce, will add 1S» to this, and many other counties on the soacoast will give majorities. Spokane and Whitman show their loyalty to silver In no unmistakable terms. On the legislative tickets there Is only cmo republican elected from the entire district cast of the Cascade mountains. The Pierce and King county delegation! are heavily people's party. It Is probali'e that there will be a working majority In both upper and lower houses. With a people's party governor, there will be no stop to needed legislation. KING COUNTY SWEPT BY BRYAN. He Will Come to the Caaeades With n Handsome Majority. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1896

TOWN AND COUNTY E1 ' E0T,0N 1N COLUMBIA fai.us. O. B. Preston has roturnod to the Tallojr for the winter. Joe Eastland is out again after a aerioua.illness. H. Stevenson and Carrie Nordino have been licensed to wed. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oangner departed for Anaconda on Thursday. William Lund is sick at the hospital in Kalispell but is reported to bo improving. L. R. Conklin will open school in the district just west of Kalispell on Monday next. License has been issued for the marriage of J. L. Kiuch and Miss Edith Conklin. i Con □os S Jambs S. Walters on Monday received an injury at his mill at Croston, which resulted in the loss of one hand. Look Out For C. T. Wernecke’s auction sale of household goods on Nov. 28. Itemized list next week. Ben Hilton bet bis ranch against two lots in town with Jack Skyles. Ben says if McKinley is elected the ranch will be worthless anyway. C. S. Garrett is in Holodlt whore he has accepted a responsible business position. His family will take up their...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1896

e Columbian. gwifiDAXorcBManzD bi JOHN W. PAO®. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If Paid In Advance HJ0 per Year. Six Month., in advance, 11.00. Three Month., In advance, SO Ccnta. Slnelo coplea 10 ccnta. The Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occur reuces which are of interest to thi people of the Flathead. Address al letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ——.—• — BNTXBKD AT COLUMBIA BALLS POSTOVTICE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, NOV. 5. 18&G. Hurrah for Smith!!! no influence in their political regulation. That some of those clergymen who maligned the champion of human rights and liberty wore paid for their work there can bo no. doubt. That others followed in the paths of their bishops there can bo no question that few of them know anything of economical or financial questioas is plainly shown by the presumptuous and ossumptingstyle of thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1896. NUMBER 47. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, Hutto, Mt Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Priuciiml Cities of the Uuiterl States and Euroi>e. A General Banking Busiuess Transacted. Win. KKA1J, Cashier. a auuauaa'ju-juw-ju'jiaj'jjjjujc a a n a a a a a I n ■ I a I THE im mu I STORE. I Bonuoa WC SELL AT LOW PRICES g CROCKERY, TINWARE, t 3 L‘ g Wooden Ware, jj Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. g rnrr.rr. a Call and Look Over Our g n Stock and Get Prices. | 8 u i 12 B B B It V 1 n S n n n n a MAIN STREET, a l g Columbia Palls, Montana, fc a t ncnrrrFnrnrr.rrrrr.rrrrr’rrnrL: PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attome\j-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL WtOOFS MADE. COLUMBIA ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1896

ON LORD MAYOR’S A RECEPTION TO SENATOR JONES. He Declares That Victory la Assured In 1900. MILLIONS ARE AT STAKE « NEW YORK’S ANNUAL HORSE SHOW Opened Under Anapldono Clrcmnstances. ONLY ONE WAS SAVED HAS THE APPEARANCE OF A FAKE A Mate's Story of Wreck and Disaster Denied. $944,000 DAMAGE SUIT LONDON CELEBRATES AN ANCIENT CUSTOM WITH CEREMONY. Ambnuador Bayard It One of Ilie Honored One.f. nt Ibe llanqaet. London. Nov. 9.-ln Lrlght, crisp wcnlh♦r today, the tlmo-honoroJ lord mayor's show took place. The new lord mayor of London. Mr. Faudcl Phillips, wan formally Installed In olllcc. succeeding Sir Walter Wilkins. The established custom showed little sign of becoming obsolete, and owing to the popularity of the new lord mayor, and some unusual features of the street parade, the occasion was tho most Interesting in recent years. Tho committee having charg#* of tho arrangements wisely determined to eliminate certain absurd features from the parade. In place of triumphal cars, represen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1896

V'-' TOWN AND COUNTY. Road Fitch’s ud. Buy a bicycle at Main & Cos. for , Mrs. Johns of Libby has boon adjudged insane. Winter arrived on Monday morning at 6 o'clock sharp. Matt O'Neill has returned to the valley for the winter. C. F. Lighthall is out again after his wrestle with fever. Ludvig Johnson and Amanda Johnson, of Kalispell, were licensed to wed. B. W. S. Folk, deputy county clerk, was in town Friday on official business. Henry N. Banks, father offMre. F. A. Disbrow, died at the hospital in Kalispell last week. R. D. Beckon passed through the town enrouto to Chicago on Tuesday morning’s delayed train. Friday evening H. C. Nutter slipped on the icy walk and received a severe sprain of the ankle. S. D. McCarthy, formerly a resident of Columbia Falls, has boon appointed postmaster at Libby. Governor Rickards bus appointed Thurday, Nov. 26. as Thanksgiving day. Everybody celebrate! Rev. Father Van Claronbook will hold his first services in Columbia Falla on Sunday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1896

▼ The Columbian JOHN W. PACE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT#)N, by mail: ir P»icl in Ailvnnco «JO per Your. Six Month*, lu mlrmico. 11-00. Throo Month", in nil ranee. 50 Conte. Single copioe 10 cento. Tup-GoLUMniAN invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are ol interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to Tub Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. CXTEUD AT COLUMBIA TAILS TOSTOTTICi: AS SECOXD CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, NOV. 12. 189C. McKinley has pledged us prosperity. The next congress will bo a yellow crowd. Not many western men are dancing around McKinley jollification bonfires. Government by injunction and a foreign money policy are now fastened upon this nation. The English bond junipers and gold speculators seem lo be highly elated over McKinley’s election. Wo hope the poor wretches of the big cities who sold their votes for gold received enough of it to ke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1896

i THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. MR. BRYAN AT DENVER COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1896. NUMBER 48. not I 1 TUB BANKER SILVER STATE RECEIVED THB BIMETALLIST. Immense Coneonreo ot the Fair Sea Listened to a Speech In the Afternoon. Denver. Nov. M—Hon. William J. pryan was the principal apeAker at the e^vclaes commemorating the 10th annlverskgr of tho admission of Colorado as a statcNmld tonight In Central Presbyterian churtSt, The edifice Is one of the largest In tho'clty. and was crowded In every part by a magnificent audience. Tho entrance of Mr. Bryan was tho slgna' for prolonged applause and the waving of handkerchiefs. Preceding Mr. Bryan's speech were Introductory remarks by Hon. Charles 8. Thomas, chairman of tho evening, an address by Congressman Bhafroth on 'Twenty Years' Growth of Colorado," and by Governor A. W. McIntyre on 'The State of Colorado," and 'The Bryan Marsellalse” vwvs sung by Mrs. W. W. Grant and the Choi. At the close of Mr. Bryan's speech, tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1896

The Columbian. OWJTKP A*D rCBLiafIKD BT JOHN W. FAOE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: If Paid in Advance $1-M per Year. Mix Month*, in ndvanee. fl.U). Three Month*, in ad ranee, 50 Cent*. Single eopiea 10 cenU. The'Coldjibian invites its natrons and friends to send items Of nil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ENTEKBD AT COLCVBIA TALLB l-OSTOmCB AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, NOV. 10. 1896. = N Mark Hanna says he will outline a policy for McKinley when he gets time. Wo presume that a ‘•tariff by international agreement" will be speedily enacted. Mr. McKinley may open the mills, but can the western people buy any morooftho products of those mills? The voters of Flathead county are . hereby requested to select officials by a more decisive vote. Such close contests keep the candidates in a sort of burs...

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