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

\ Ubrv, THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1896. NUMBER 49. THE RIVER CHOKED UP JULES OK ICE FORM A MAMMOTH DAM IS THE CHIPPEWA. Towna Flooded. Mcrolinnta Driven Ont and People on the I.ovrInnd Forced to Flee. Chippewa Falls. WIs., Doc. 1.—This has been a day of excitement and anxiety, and tonljtii Ilnds the Inhabltanta of this little village In a state bordering on a panic. The worst of the sltuaOon Is the knowledge of the Impending danger and of the fact that they are utterly helpless to stay or avert It. Those whoso houses have been flooded have removed much of their household goods and belongings to higher ground and are huddled together In the school houses and other vacant buildings, out of tho path of the torrent that Is sweeping down several of tho main streets. All hope of breaking the gorge and thus allowing the pent-up waters to gradually subside Is now abandoned. All efforts today wero directed to romovlng household goods and mercha...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 December 1896

FOR THE 4TH OF MARCH CIIAIRMAX HAXXA MAKING ELABORATE ARRANGEMENTS. Colonel Fred Grant Para Hie P epeeta to Preeldcnt-'Elect McKlnler ■« Canton. Cleveland. Nov. a-Next week NaUonal Chairman Hanna wUl go to Washington to make his arrangements for the ceremonies In connection with the Inauguration of President-elect MoKJnley. It Is his Intention to make the occasion, so far as numbers are concerned, one of the greatest evenU of the kind that have over taken place. The attendance from Ohio alone will be nearly double that of any previous inauguration' Colonel Fred Grant went to Canton today for the purpose, he stated, of paying his respects to the president-elect. In an Interview Colonel Grant said ho was aware that hla name had been mentioned os possible secretary of war. "I don't deny that I would like to bo tendered the place." ho said. Canton. Ohio. Nov. S3. — Colonel Fred D. Grant Is a guest at tho McKinley home this afternoon, having come hero from Cleveland, where ho spent Sunda...

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

b a-istk: TOWN AND COUNTY. Road Fitch’s ud. Zero weather if you please. at C o’clock. The ceremony was performed liy the Kev.,P. W. Haynes in the presence of the relatives and a few intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wedge wont immediately into their OF : COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Taltxrtt, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : 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. KKA.D. Cnahior. -T ■ n ■n I H a .*1 I “i n 5 .T S n a ,i n a B □uanaaaaaaBaaaaaLoaaatiaai; THE] BEE HIVEi STORE. BOBuaa WE BELL AT LOW PBICE8 CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. cnccnr. Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices, aaaaaa MAIN STREET. AVAXXAA1 O A XVCiCi X . | Columbia Hails. Montana, g a rnr.rr.r nnr.r.r.r.rjmrj'.r r.nr.r.rr t Gold Seal rubbers at Main & Co.’s ■ ' ■ — % Buy a bicycle at Main &...

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

The Columbian. OWYKP AND rCOLlSMED BT JOHN W. PACE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If Paid in Adrancn *1.50per Yonr. Six Months in adrance, *1.00. Tliree Month., in adranco, SO Conti. Sln*la eopioa 10 conta. The CoLDMDiiW irivitos ittii»trons and friends to send items of «1 kinds regarding improvements, anfl occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. UXTEOED AT COLOMBIA FALLS TOSTOrFICE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTEE. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, NOV. 26. 1896. A DAY OF PRAISE. Thanksgiving is a purely American institution, first proclaimed as such by the gentleman we are told so often to revere, in our youth, that the sound of his name has a tendency to make us tired in our maturer years. The custom later lapsed into what another gentleman, whom no one has ever had the hardihood to ask us .to revere, or even admire, calls innocuous do^iotude. It remained for President L...

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

•V p «bii 0 > V THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1896. NUMBER 60. THE MESSAGE COMPLETE i CI.UVKI.ANIl'S Views ON POBEION AKKA1HS AND FINANCE. Cabnna Have Only a Government OB l'ai>er and Should Not Be HecoffnlBcd. - Washington. D. C., Dec. 7.-Presl4ont Cleveland's lost annual message was preI ’aontcS to congress today. Following Is the fulhioxt of the document: To the oongresa of the United States: A» rcprcscnEeilvoa of tho people In iho legislative lirahch of their government you have assomhled at a lime when tho slrength and excellence'Of our free Institutions and tho (Itncss of our cltlxens to enjoy popular rule have been again made manifest. A political contest. Involving momentous consequences, fraught with feverish apprehension, and creating aggressiveness so Intense as to approach bitterness and passion, has been waged throughout our land, and determined by tho decree of free and independent suffrage without dist...

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

FROM MR. BRYAN’S PFN OLD WORLD CROP PROSPECTS. _ BQnBe tula and nay oniUcay. Rrducrd Acrcaitc pn (hr VIb- PO»T-ELECTIOS ARTICLE IN THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. “The Greateat laaue Ever Submitted to the American I’cople In Time of Peace." London. Nov. 30.—Tho Marie Lano Express today. dlscusslnK the crop pros- pects, says: "Scvero frosts In Franco and cenlral Europe have slopped plowlnc and aowlns and wo anticipate a somewhat reduced wheat acreaKc In the entire rcKlon between the Vistula and the Bay of Biscay. Winter has set In throuKhout Russia. The Sea of Axov was closed to navlRatlon November i. and tho navIgatloA of the Baltic Is danKcrous on the northern and eastern coasts, where there Is already much severe weather. Owlnc to the rainfall In India, the do- IN FAVOR OF ANNEXATION GEOLOGIST CAUGHT IN BRONZE NET Scientist Hunnlnir to Wed nn Indian Ilrautr of Creek Nation. LAWS WITHOUT END VIEWS OF FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN W. FOSTER. Now York. Nov. 30.-In the December number of ...

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

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL I'ROOFH MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, —DENTIST.— Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MONTANA. QR. FRANCIS J. EWING physician & Surgeon. HooniH IloCourNil Hlnrk. Ofllco. Hours From 2:00 to +:00. Halispcll, lllont. DR. J. A. GHENT, Consulting Physician. Kalispell, Montana. TIME TABLE. Goloc east.. .leave Colombia Full*.... l:01 o. ro Going wo«t... leavoColombia Falls... 5<n a.m. ty Mails close SO minutes before Train Time. SOCIETIES. A O. U. W.—FALLS CITY LODGE NO. 41. • Meets Thorsday Evening, in ball over tho Postoflicc. Visiting brothers cordially invited. Frank Comdn, M. W. I. ^ F e^ 0 W.PkS^^-.o“-f-MttU. Vl.it luff mombor. InvitAU to atu*nd. J. H. L*wt». See. N. Willocobbt. N. O. jyjETHOIHST EPISCOPAL CHURCH- SERj P. W. HAYNES. Pa.tor /CATHOLIC CHUBCH-8ERVICES AT ST. Charles Chureli on First anil Third Sun* days of each month, at 9 a.m. and ...

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

The Columbian, . O'A'KUD ASP PUBMXIICD III 'JOHN W. FA.OE3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If P»ld In Advnnco II.W per Year. Six Month*, in ndriuicc, tl O'. Ttireo Month*. In ftdtitnco, 50 font*. -- Slnffle copies 10 centa. Tbe Columdian invites its iintrons and frionds to scud items of nil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrouces which lire of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all (otters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KXTEXED AT,COLUMBIA CALLS rOSTOITICE AS SKCOXO CLASS MAIL MATTKB. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH THURSDAY, DEC. 3. 1396. The football season is over. Lot us bo grateful for small favors. Tho next agony will be congress in session ou Dec. 7. Our great men will meet, "hen" for a few days and adjourn for tho holidays. If tho fool-killer is not too busy couldn’t ho bo specially deputized os suppressor of Mark Hauna who is fast becoming a public nuisaucoT Tho Dakota national bank of Sioux Falls is tho latest to close its doors, ...

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

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YJ3AR. THE CARNAGE GOES ON WHILE THE V. 8. WAITS FOR DEVELOPMENTS IN CUBA. Trying Situation Reqalrea Prompt Action to Save Tbonaand* of Innocent People. Washington, Dec. 15.—Scnajor Fryo occupied the chair and Rev. T. DoWltt Tatnfcwe delivered prayer In the aenato to daN^ The nbuac concurrent resolution for holiday adjourtunenl from December 22 to January 6 was agreed to. Senator Morgan presented the credentials of E. W. Pettus as senator from Alabama for the term beginning March 4. Senator Allen offered a resolution for u . committee of nine senators "on the use of money In the election." The reaoluUon requests the committee to Inquire whether such expenditures were corrupt, excessive. Illegitimate or unlawful, »nd ascertain to what extent the owners'of silver or gold mines, bankers, corporations and millionaires made contributions. Morgan on Cabo. Senator Morgan then took the door and mode a pro-Cuban speech. He said: "I will confine my remarks to facts stated...

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

verivSiai THE MESSAGE COMPLETE (Continued from Flret PM*-) Uon •uthontlM that th« opprthtn.lon her»tofora nUtlnc to oome extent of a tente Imml* (ration from Jepen to tno UnlteJ Htatee U without any eub«untlal foundation. — l.lfe Snvlnic Service-. From the Ilfe-aavln( eervlco It " iT|)orlr. that the number of tllaaatera to documented veeeele within tho-ttmtu of 1U opcrntlone durln( the rear waa 417. Thee., vceacti had on board tint peraona. of whom UK were eayed «"• U loot. The value of nuch veeada la eetlmated at H.«».1«0 and of their carRoe. In* the total value of nroperty Impertlled 111.IHUO. • Of thl. amount. I11.SJ5.707 waa eayed and 1I.U1.TM waa loet. Slxty-eeven of the vreeela were totally wrecked. There were beeldee 5U eaanaUUe* to email undocumented ctafu on board of which there were m pereone. of whom K7 were eayed end eeven loet. The value of the property Involved In three latter caeuultlea le eeUmated at fllJ.MS. of which UKHS was eaved and »UM wa* loet. The llfe-eavln* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 December 1896

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH^ Attome\j-at- LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL I-ROOFS MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. - MONT. A. H. BURCH, —DENTIST Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MONTANA. QR. FRA NCIS J. EWING physician & Surgeon. Kooiun \l. loConrnil Blork. . Offlco Honrs From 2:00 to 1:00. ikalispell, lllont. DR. J. A. GH|:NT, Consulting Physician. ■Kalispell, Montana. —^ , i TIME TABLE. Golnff oaat.. Jorto Columbia Falla 1:01 ■•id Goinff west... leave Columbia Falls... 5 #1 a. m. Bf-Malls close 30 mloulea before Train Time. TOWN AND COUNTY. “Billy" Mullanoy was in town on Tuesday: M. A. Sebastian of Kalispell has made an assignment. Frank Gadow paid the town a flying visit on Saturday.^ Christmas goods to suit all purses at the Now York Store, Kalispell. C. E. Ramsey greeted old friends around town on Sunday and Monday. Father Van do Ven was a welcome visitor in Columbia Falls on Tuesday. R. W. Main and H. H. Garr returned from a trip to Helena o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 December 1896

The Columbian. > AMD rCBLIBUKD BT JOHN W. FACE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If Paid In Advance II.Wper Year. Six Month., in advance. IUD. Tlireo Months. In advance, SO Cents. Slnclo copies to cents. Tub Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences wiich are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KBTEUD AT COLOMBIA FALLS FOSTOFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, DEC. 10. 1896. Brndstreet's predicts that the promised business revival will by postponed. If you are going to be a prophet it is well to bo a sure-thing prophet. The Anaconda Standard, over progressive and consequently pros’ perous, is preparing a grand holiday edition of twenty-eight pages with illuminated cover. Tom Reed has Pis faults but hypocrisy is not one of them. He passed through Cnulou tho other day but never a cal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAH. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THUKSDAY, DECEMBEK 24, 1896. NUMBER 52. TWO 8T. PAUL BANKS MINNESOTA AND ONION STOCK YARDS HAVE CLOSED. MabllHIea Will. Ron Above Tbr Million Dollara, With'Aaaela Abont the Same. BL Paul. Dec. a-Tho Bank pf Mlnnecapital 1600.000. Eoncrally considered dlto of tho atrongoat In the northweal. was. clba^d today. State Bank Examiner Kehyon lato charge. Tho last, published statement. October A 1«9«. was na fol- lows: Liabilities: Capital stock paid In. 1000.CCO: surplus funds. 1100,000: undivided profits, 1102,783.11; Individual deposlu, 11,071,050.96; time certificates, 11,011,703; duo banks, 1303.218.71: demand certificates. n01.SJ2.90: total. 33,320,869.(9. Resources: Loans and discounts, 32.311.836.76; miscellaneous bonds, 3(9.6St.63; overdrafts. 37677.21: banking houses, 3195.- . 000: other real estate. 3106.7(1.66; furniture and fixtures, no.000; expenses. 33990.19: duo from banks, 3319,(69.02; exchange for clearing house. 329,681....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1896

FEDERATION OF LABOR SIXTEENTH AHMJAIj COXVE5TION ROW I!t SES9IOR. Iprolal GreellnR* Extended to the DelesAtee From England nnd France. Cincinnati. Dec. It. — One hundred nnd fifty deloenteennd four time* that number of on-lookcn wore ossombled In tho auditorium of tho Odd Fellows’ tomplo this morning when Samuel Oompers called to order tho 16th annual convention of the American Federation of Labor. Under tho revised allotment, tho number of delegates was not larger than In previous years, but the credentials handed In represented a total membership of over 600,000. The majority of tho delegates were men of national prominence In tho ranks of organised Immediately upon colling tho convention to order. President Oompeni Invited to tho platform tho delegates from the English Trade Union Congress, and amid rousing cheers Samuel Woods and John Mallnson stepped to tho stogo. Next to John Burns, no labor leader In England Is better known or has a more extended Influence than Samuel Woods. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1896

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attomevj-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, =DENT1S1 = Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MONTANA. jQR. FRA NCIS J. EWING Physician & Surgeon. Room* 1*. i:> Courail Rlork. Offlcfl Honrs From 2:00 to -1:00. KalisptH, 2110)11. DR. J. A. GHENT, i Consulting Physician. Kalispell, Montana. TIME TABLE. Goloc east...learoColombia Fall*.... 1:01 a. m Uoln< west... lease Columbia Falls... 3 07 a. m. KVMails close 90 minutes before Train Time. SOCIETIES. Tan. W.-FALLS CITY LODGE NO. if. . Hccu Thandar Erpninc. in hnll orertlio FovtoOIco. Yuitina brothpra cordially inritod. Frank Cokil., U. W. T O. O. F.-COLUMRU LODGE NO. U.~ X. UcoU Erory Tucadpy Eroalna pt I. O. O. F. liall. Vi.itio? mpinbpi. InviUKl to at^nd. J. M. Latvia. Sec. N. Willovoubt. N. O. Vf ETIIODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH- SEI^ 1Y1 vice Kvory otlipr Sunday at U o. m. and 1 p. ra^ SundayScIioo1p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1896

The Columbian Ovrirks AHD rOBLISBED BT JOHN W. FA.OHI. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If Paid In Advance »J0 per Year. Six Months, in advance, (1X0. Three Months, In advance, 50 Centa. Bincle coplea 10 centa. The Colombian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding; improvements, and occurrences wkich are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BXTKMD AT COLOMBIA BALLS POSTOmCK AS eaCOSD CLASS mail mattkb. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, DEG 17, 18W. The unexpected always happens. Queen Liliuokalani has dropped iu to spend Christmas with us. The wheels of progress are beginning to turn. The house has passed the bill to prohibit the sale of liquor in'the capitol. A cablegram announces 1 hat the entire harem of the late shah of Persia has been distributed among his friends. The recipients must have been sorry that a law of nature prevents a man taking bis effects wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 December 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SEVENTH YEAR, COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1896, NUMBER 1. RECENT BANK FAILURES In real estate, and $83,272 cash on hand. Deposits, 1363,132; ccrtlllod deposits, $112,687; bank deposits, $84,B7. A. C. Hougan, city treasurer, was one of the founders of the bank and one of the directors. TO VISIT MARK HANNA ONE HUNDRED YEARS A CAPITAL. Albany fins This Distinction , nnd Will Celebrate the Anniversary. Albany. N. Y„ Dec. 29.—The one hun- COMl'TItOl.l.KIl ECKELS KEELS 710 AKI'HEHKNSION. Several Financial Instllntlons, Scattered Through East nnd West, Closed Yesterday. '~"Wa"hlnston, Doc. 29.—Comptroller Eckels soLl this afternoon Chat ho feels no approhcnmfco over the bonk failures which have oocurtKl of lato. Two failures—the Commercial National of Koanoko and the Columbian National of Mlnnoopolta—wore added to this list today. They aro comt>amtlvely small Institutions, however, and under ordinary circumstances thotr failure, H is sa$d. woul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 December 1896

THE INTERVENTION CASE BCOIIBK OF PRECEDENTS SIMILAR TO CONDITIONS IN CUBA. Senate Committee on Korelnn Relntlone Submitted- n Report on the Subject. Washington. Dec. R.-Senator Cameron today presented to tho senate tho report of the committee on foreign relations, favorable to tho adopUon of tho following Joint rosomUon: Itmolvcd. by the senate and house of representatives ot tho United States of America. In congrosa assembled, that tho Independence or Cube be. and the same Is hereby acknowledged by tho United States of America. Be It furthcr Resolved. That the United States will use Its friendly office*! with the government of Kistln to bring to a close the war between Spain and the republic of Cuba. Tho report Is very voluminous. It begins with a rovlow of tho action of congress at Its lost session, pledging Itself to friendly Intervention with Spain for tho recognition of tho Independence of Cuba. "Spain having declined these overtures," the report continues, "the only question t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 December 1896

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL i'ROOFS MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, =DENTIS1 Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MONTANA. jQR. FRA NCIS J. EWING physician Sc Surgeon. Itoomi 11, 15 Conrad Blork. OfBco Hoars From 2:00 to +:00. tfalispctl, lllont. DR. J. A. GHENT, Consulting Physician. Kalispell, Montana. TIME TABLE. Qolpffoaat...leaveColuiubinFalla.... 1:01 a. m (laln« woet.. .IoatoColumbia Falla... «.m. WMaiU oluao SO mlnutee before Train Time. SOCIETIES. Frank Conne, M. W. I. 0 w»VEr.V, o ra« 1 ?«, s S-.o w -F. Ilnll. VUItlnc raemboni Invito.1 to nttond. J. Jl. Lswia. &o. N. WuLOuann, N. 0. Inritcd. P. W. HAYNES. I'm tor r'ATIIOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. V_y ClinriM Church on First and Tldrd Sun* dn>s of osch month, at 0 n.tn. nnd 11 n.ra. Rev. VanCi.auuNiittt.K. TC'PWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE Vj moots Sunday at 0 p.m. Junior Loaunc mootaSunday at 3 p.m. All Invited. /! A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 December 1896

The Columbian. owns AXD rODUSRBD BY JOHN -W. FA.OE3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: »IJJ0sor Y»«r. i# in ndtance, il-CD. Ui», lo BdYtDce, SO Cent*. Single coplc* 10 ceotB. If Paid In Adr. Tin Columbian invites its patrons ! all kinds _ . alrons and friends to send items of regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. CKTEUD AT COLUMBIA BALLS rOSTOmOK AB SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTEB. s'O*: PEA! 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THUBSDAY, DEC. 24, 1896. God bless us all, as little Tim said. England was shaken by an earthquake last week. She has needed a shaking for some time. It will bo a long step toward the millennium if wo all live up to the peace-on-oarth-good-will-tp-men doctrine for just one day. The senate has taken the first step toward the right sort of immigration legislation. The restrictions of the Lodge bill are a whole lot butter than no restrictions at all. , The California court d...

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