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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1897

“ * L «T THE COLUMBIAN. SEVENTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1897. THE HOUSE AND SENATE LAND RILL MEETS WITH SERIOUS OPPOSITION. Henrlnff Dcfore <he War* and Mean* Committee Devoted to Cattle and Prnit Intereat*. Wuhintfon, Jnn. 5.-Tho tollowins resolution was adODtetl. on tho motion of Mr. Broderick of Kannus, after the house mot: "Whorew, There arc largo and valuable tracts of land* In Kansas embraced In tho grant to tno Union Pacino Railroad Com puny, to which patents 'have not yet been Issued; and "Whereas, Most of these lands will bo sold'by tho said company to tho sold purchaser*, tvhpauro *n pOHsenslon and who have mode lasting and valuable Improvements thereon; and "Whereas, Tho land ofllco at Topoka has allowed and Is allowing homestead entries to be made upon these lands without apparent legal authority: thoreforo "Resolved. That tho soorctory of tho Interior bo directed to report to the house the cause of omission to Issue jsU on Is to th...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1897

OH REVISION OF TARIFF WAYB A»l* MEANS COMMITTEE 1113OAN ITS IIKAH1NUS. Scvrrnl I.nr«tc Drlcunllon. Were In Attendance, and Much Intercut W»» UUplnjed. TOuhlngton, Dec, 2S--Tho Urlff hearInga before the ways and n\can» committee began at 10 o’clock today. There were iwcral largo delegations In attendance, aril much Interest was displayed. The morning was devoted to the chemical schedule and the afternoon to wines and ' Honors. " Chairman Dlngley made a picllmlnnry statement os to the hearings, which will be held each day from 10 to i. with a recess from 11:30 to 1:10. He said the committee desired to avoid repetitions, and would prefer, wherever convenient, to receive condensed briefs rather than ore arguments. Thomas F. Harrington of PhUndclphU, representing the Manufacturing ChomIsts' association of that -city, made a brief sUtcment to pave the way for a brief to bo submitted to that association. In a general way ho said the chemists would ask for a moderation In schedules, and, as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1897

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attomevj-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT I.AXD FILINGS AND FINAL Pit OOFS - MADF.. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DENTIST.- Offices: Conrad Block. JCALISPELL, : MONTANA. jQR. FRA NCIS J. EWING Physician 8c Surgeon. Koomi 14. 16 Conrad Ulofk. Offlrit Hours From 2:00 lo 4:00. Raliipell, lliont. DR. J. A. GFTENT, Consulting Physician. Kalispell, Montana. TIME TABLE. Colombia Falls. .. 1:01 a. m ttaia# vast., .leave Columbia Falls... 5KT7 o.m. iy Mails sleaa X mioutas before Train Time. SOCIETIES. T O. O. F.-COLUMBLV LODGE NO. *3.X . Me.tn F.v.ry Tu.'ilay Eronlng at I. O. O. F. Hall. Ti.iling moniben tuvitp<l to attand. J. H. Lawn, Sac. N. WiLLOtanor. N. U. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH- SERUtlUd. F. W. HAYNES. Pastor CATHOLIC CHURCH-SERVICES AT ST. Cherk'e Church on First and Third Suns of each month, at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. RKV. VAXf'LAREVDEEK. T^PWOBTH LEAOUES—SENIOR LEAGUE meete Sunday at 6 p.m. Junior Lenane meete Sander at 3 p.m....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1897

The Columbian on'XKDAXbrununmtb nr JOHN -W. PACE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If P.1.1 In A.lrancn $1.50 per Year. Sll Montlir. in mlvnnco. $1.00. Threo Montis, in adranco, 50 Coats. Binclo copies 10 cents. The Columbian 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 Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KXTKEKD AT COLOUDtA FALLS FOSTOFF1CE AS SECOND CLASS HAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. DEC. 31, 18SG. Prosperity’s widely advertised wave has become an overwhelming deluge. Mr. Alexander Comstock is in a fair way to become as tiresome os Mr. Mark Hauna. Peter Maher whipped Stove O'Donnell in just twenty seven seconds. If ’twero done at all ’twore better it wore tmjro d< done quickly. It was a green and beautiful Christmas in Moutana but in many of the. eastern slates fmoticial complications gave an ind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1897

.MW: THE COLUMBIAN. SEVENTH YEAH- COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THUBSDAY, JAaUARY 14, 1897. JOR CURRENCY REFORM L.ARGB ACMI1KR OP DELEGATES IN THE IIOOSIEK CAI'ITAL. Ex-Gov. Stnnnnrd of Mlaaoorl, T«m- porary Chairman, Want■ to Retire Treasury Notea. Indlonapolia, Ind.. Jon. liv-Tho currency reform convention hoe brought' to the llooelor capital an kutro and dUtlneulahed a gnthorlnff na that which In tho fall of last year placed Generals Palmer and Buckner In tho Held na the preaMentlal nominees of the notional democrats. On this occnilon. however, the gatherlns Is distinctly non-partisan. Governor Am Bushnol! heads tho Ohio delegation, and Bam P. Bheorin. for many years secretary of the demooraltoknotional committee. that from this state. From Chicago comes Lyman J. Gage, tno noted ilnanclor and president of tho First National bank; John J. Mitchell, another bl« banker; Michael Cudahy, the packer, and George H. Webster, until recently the right-band partner of P. V Armour. Ctnchmatl'a mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1897

A SURPRISE FOR BOISE SII.VBR BWPBDLIOASS AND DEMOCRATS COMBINED. PopnIUO Are Indlifnant and Chance UroUen Fallh Their Derooernllr Alllee. Belre, I«*ho. J»n. « -The fourth eemelo.i of the Idaho legUlalurc has boon opened. It began at noon toda>\ The very llrst ' steps taken developed a surprise for the public. It being oho»n that the populists had been thrown overboard and that the democrats had taken tho organization Into their-own hands, with tho assistance of tho silver republicans. Tno pu—.c was so surprised that It scarcely realized what had token place, though there was not an Incident of any character In either house mat would Indicate to an outsider that anything unexpected was occurring. Jo both houses tho democrats named all the officers, tho silver republicans voting with them soHdly on every proposition. The deal was arranged only an hour before tho meeting of tho legislature. There had been continued negotiations between tho democrats and populists up to that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1897

TIME TABLE. 0olaf6aat..J6ATeColombia Fall*— 1:01 a. m Oolof «0St...lcaroColombia Foil*... ZiTi n.m. rr*Ma!U eloao no mlnutoa Iwforo Train Time. SOCIETIES. city lodob so. a, XJ. • Mwu Tburvilay Kvcoiuir. in hall <»roi llio PMtomce. Yi*iCinff brothoni cordially invilod. Frank Conib, M. W. 0. O. F.—COLUMBIA LODGE SO. (3.a • MmIh Krory Tuvaday Evening nt I. O. O. F. Mali. Tuition n J. M. LkkU, See r member. Invited to attend. N. YVillocoiibt, N.G. J^JKTilOniBT EPM'OPAI. ('UCljl'Il t p. mT'^Randay^Bebool |1 S [ u 1 'i_‘ ln ^. 1 "f u , r , ro Invited. - ... - 8KR- a. m. ami iNitor* cordially P. W. HAYNES. Pastor rtATHOLIC CHUHCH-SERVICKS AT ST. CharlmChorcIt on First an 1 Third Sun4«ys «f •■eh month, at 9 n.m. and 11 a.m. Rev. Va>('lakkxbkkk. .Iindor Lonuno pPWOIlTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE JCi mMU Sunday atAii. m. dim m—U Sonday at 3 p.m. All invited. G.__. Fanrth Saturdari •ovnradc* invilwl *. F. Tate. Adj. A.R.-OEORGE ILMcCLELLAS POST at KcnmMly Hall tin* 8i*cop. , l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1897

Columbian. a *»D rc«i.mnB> »t M W. PAOHJ. MS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■V mail: »(lron:o, 50 CcnU. bo in tho firo than in tho hands of tho youth of tho country. Thoro seems to bo no good reason why publishers of cheap literaluro should not stand tlieir pro rata share of’postage with tho best publishers. udian invites ita patrons send items of all kinds Improvements, and occuriu are of interest to tho of tho Flathead. Address all to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. USCTEKED AT COLOMBIA FALLS POSTOFFICL AS SECOND CLASS NAIL NATTBE. ALL ADVEBTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1897. Party lines were certainly obliterated at the state inaugural ball, Col. Sanders himself taking a prominent part in the festivities. The Pioneer Press of St. Paul bids fair to attain for itself the reputation of the phenomenal joslior of tho ago. This is its latest: Those who expected a sudden and general revival of business activity after McKinley’s election are naturally di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1897

Historical Sooiat THE COLUMBIAN SEVENTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTAKA, THURSDAY, JAaUARY 21, 1897. NUMBER 4. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT TIME HONORED CEREMONIES FOLLOWED IN LONDON. Ottoman Empire, Eaypt. the Famine, IMnjrur. Arbitration Treaty and Veiteiueln Treaty. London, Jan. 19,-Tho third noailon of tho Itth parllomcnl wan formally opened by the royal commlmlon at 2 o’clock this afternoon. Early this morning a strong detachment of police moved down Whitehall and stationed themselves at tho various entrances to tho house of parliament. A large crowd soon gathered. Shortly ' after 9 today tho jeorn^n of Clio guard arrived at the door of tho house. They woro accompanied by a police Inspector and went through tho formality observed ever since 1605 of searching for a gunpowder mine In the vaults of tho house. Between U and U o’clock the house Itself and lobbies and corridors wore miod with a group of members and constituents. Most of tin? Irish members took places on lh« cross benches. Sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1897

TEXAS VIEWS IT OS'.' ' BY SENATOR MIX.M ON THE CUBAN QUESTION. Sharp Word! Directed Aaaln.t the Pmldent ahd Hie Seeretarr ot Slate. Waahtnston. Jan. 11.-Thera were lea* than X aenatora In their Mats today when bualneas besan. The vice president announced a communication from the secretary of the Interior, gtvln* the amounts due to the alnklns funds of the Union and Contra! Pacino railroads on account of moll subsidies paid by them to the Pacino Mall Steamship Company. They were the accounts which It was reported could not bo found, but subsequently ware discovered In the Interior depart tnant A Joint resolution was ottered by Senator Bate to authorise the secretary of the treasury to solicit proposals and make contracts for the building for tho government exhibits at the Tennessee exposition without public advertisement, and was agreed to. On a motion by Senator Hoar, tho house bill for a uniform bankruptcy taw was mode a special order for Monday. Jan uary X. Senator Mills on Cuba. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1897

-iAA.'.xv.*. .. . TIME TABLE. Ooln*M«t...le«ToCoIurabliiFiiU«.... 1:01 o. m Oai»*irMl...lcaTO Columbia FbIU... S«7 a.ra. KV~Maili cl0*0 30 minute* before Train Timo. SOCIETIES. T O. O. Ff-COLUMBIA LODGE NO. 43.X • MmU Efery Tuesday ETenins at I. O. O. F. Mall. TUitinf m^mbom invitad to attend. J. M. Lawn. Bee. N. WiLLouonaT. N. O. TOWN AND COUNTY. jyJBTlIOWBT EPISCOPAL CllCRC^lI-SElt-1 p. a*, "suniu/school at 12. "I’l.itoni cordiolli larlttd. P. W. HAYNES, Pa»tor /CATHOLIC CHURCH-SERVICES AT ST. Charlo* Church on Flr*t and Third Sundap* #f *aeh month, at 0 n.m. and 11 n.m. Rev. VanOearendeek. pPWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE CJ m**t* Sunday at 0 n.m. Junior Lonano ***U Sunday at 3 p.m. All Inritod. (' a. b.—george a Mcclellan post \J • m*.t« at Kennedy Hall tlio Second and Fearth Saturday, of each month. Vi.itinK eorarade* Invited to moot with u*. «. F.Tatx, AdJ. H. II. Oare. Com. XirOMAN’S RELIEF CORPS-MEETS AT IT Kennedy Rail Second and Fourth Saturday* of each month. Visit In* membe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1897

e Columbian. OKXKO *XD rCELUBUD HI JOHN W. FAOH3. OF SUBSCRIPTION, BV mail: Year. 10 ccnu. Tbs Colcbbian unites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds ing improvomouts, and occurwhick arc of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BXTCKaD AT COLUMBIA FALLS POSTOFFICE AS SECOXD CLAM MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYADLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JAN. 14. 1897. The next postal reform is said to bo a onD-cont rate on letters. It is not needed. Imagine Dr. Parkhurst denouncing sensational newspapers or sensational anything else! Ho is a regular walking melodrama himself. Gov. Smith forgot (1) to morflbn woman suffrage in his message. No harm done, governor. Some of us have more rights now than we are able to successfully stagger under. An old Loudon lastrologer elaipis that the stars are going' to make it hot for Spain during 1897. Well, if Uncle Sam won’t then lot the constellations go on with the work....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 January 1897

Historical Social THE COLUMBIAN. SEVENTH YEAH- COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THUBSDAY, JAaUARY 28, 1897. ' NUMBER 5. F1RE8 IN PHILADELPHIA FLAMES DESTROYED PROPERTY IM TDK HEART OF THE CITY. Lou Varloulr EBtlmated From One to Two and One-Half Mllllona, Aecnraer Rein* Impoulble. Philadelphia. Jan. M.—A tiny aplral of, amoko curled out of tho cellar window of Hanscomb Brother*' grocery atore. a big building at 1317 Market etreet. at 0:60 o’clock thle morning. A few hour* later one of the moet valuable block* In the city had been consumed In raging dames. • It wa* the block bounded by Market. Thirteenth. Filbert and Juniper street*. In the very heart of the city. A few steps to the f^ht looms the massive city hall, around the corner stands tho Pennsylvania railroad terminal, and dlreotly across the way John Wanamaker'a great store stretches from street to afreet. . So derce was the dame and so strong the wind which aided Its destructive work that even this building, distant the width of Mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 January 1897

TH£ KENTUCKY BANKS KEWPORT HAS OSE PAII.ORE A5D LOUISVILLE ASOTIIEIL A SHERIFF AND A DEPUTY SHOT. riMldeat of «br LooUvIlle Dank Says the Depo.ltore Will lie Paid IB Kail. Newport. Ky.. Jon. IL-The Finn National bank cloud this morning. Heavy Investments In real estate is said to be the rawfe. The failure of the First National Bank of Kentucky to open this morning was a surprise to the business men of the city. While a statement was given ont by the officers that no one would lose anything, then all sorts of rumors flying about. Fortunately the Integrity of the officers Is each that no suggestion of wrong-do-ing has found credence. The lint evidence of weakness was the refusal of the officers to pay Saturday afternoon K000 lo the treasurer of the Bellevue school board, which he recently deposited, and had since been advUed to draw out. Cashier T. B. Youtsey has been with the bank since Its organisation In isn. The capital stock Is J200.00a The president Is John Trapp; vice president...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 January 1897

TOWN AND COUNTY. TIME TABLE. Goln*©••t .-leareColumbiaP«1U.... 1:C1 a. m Qolair wo.«t.. -loaroColumbia Fall*... olfl a. :n. cloao 30 minutoa bnforu Train Tim©. SOCIETIES. - Born: To Mr. uud Mrs. C. * 0. U. W.-FALLS CITY LODOK NO. <1. c .,„ e . i i . A. UmuTliurtfdar Ercnlm:,Id hallororthc bully, on anturdny, n uaugbtor. Poatoffico. Vinitinfi brothern cordinllr inriu^l. Tom Doogan is down from Tobac- co Plains for the winter. Fuj.sk Cojim, M. W. T O. O. F.—COLUMBIA LODGE NO. 13.J.. HmU Erory Tuoslny Evening nt I. O. O. F. Hull. ViMtir.c momboru invitctl to attend. J. M. I.uwm. Soe. N. WiLLOt'OiiDT. N. O. METHODIST EPISCOPAL fcllUItOH- SKRHI tieo Krory othor Sunday at 11 a. ni. and T p. m. Sunday School ut 11. \ i.ilor" cordially • ' • P. W. HAYNES, Pastor tp. layited. pATHOLTO-CHURCH-SERVIOES AT ST. V' Charles Church on First and Third Sundays of each mouth, at 9 a.m. and 11 a.in. Rev. VakClarck hi’.kic. *- UPWORTH LEAGUES-SENIOR LE.YGUE JOJ meets Sunday atfin. m. Junior L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 January 1897

■ The Columbian. omz» AXD rCBLUBK) HI JOHN ■W. FA.OE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If P«i.l In Alliance tl JO per Year. Six lloDtlm, m advance. jM in advance. /I •'f • „ in advance. W) CenU. copie* 10 cent*. Sinjlo coplea P Th* Colcmbus 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. cxt—red at colvuoia tallb postoftici: as > SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTKB. ALL ADVERTISING DILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 18&7. Butte’s newspapers still harp upon Butte’s alleged monumental morality and virtue. Mothinks the lady (loth protest too much. Mulvillo and his pousion-for-pio-neers bill was turned down. Lot the legislators have a care that they don’t pass a worse measure. Boss PlatT will bo senator from New York to the tune of 140 votes to Choate’s seven.”" Statesmen are not wanted. Wire-p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1897

THE COLUMBIAN. SEVENTH YEAH. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1897. NUMBER 6. ARE FOR ARBITRATION VBUfiZVBLX AND GREAT BRITAIN SIGN A FAMOUS TREATY. Complete Canes Mast Be Delivered at Parle Elsht Months After Mate of Ratification. Washington. Feb. !. — Tho representatives of their respective governments. Blr Julian Paunccfote, tho British ambassador. and Benor Joso Andrade.’tho Voncsuclnn minister to Washington.. nf 4:3) o’clock this afternoon at tho state department signed a . treaty providing for tho settlement by arbitration of • tho longstanding dispute ondf tho boundary between Venoxuola and British. Guiana, whlhc has not only ruptured tho relations between tho principals, but has threatened to Involve tho two great Englishspeaking nations In hostilities. Some difficulty had l<cn experienced in finding the second member oY tho British supremo, tribunal who was willing to assdme the arduous task of arbitrator apd also could bo spared from tho bench. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1897

MONTANA’S LEGISLATURE THIRD WEEK OF THE SESSION GROWS WARMER. Democrat* Cauelit FopulUt* - Ha* a Field I»n> FHrtlUB With Sulf raise. bu been a trifle more eventful than lu predecoMors. The acnate-ha* pawed *1* bWa *ttd they havo gone to the house and taken their place* on the general calendar there. The house ha* not done as well, to outward appearances, but It has settled a few Question of precedent will not como up again >oon that they ^r^^^^rheu’igTun/* The sensation of the week came when some of the members of the democratic majority In the houeo-ond It Is a good, big majority, too—detected some of their own members conferring with the popu lists In the caucuses of the latter party, with a view to exchanging support tot certain measures now pending. The populist members have taken deep interesi In the passage of the bill for tho submission of the Initiative and referendum to the vote of the people at the next election. Borne of tho democratic members had’-w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1897

TIME TABLE. 4 A AAOUCJ. f>*in| *Mt...leaToColun»bln Fall*— 1:01 a. in flaiBffirMt...loarerolnmbiaFalls... i&l a.m. I^llalls close SO minutes before Train Time. SOCIETIES. Y” 0. c. W.-FAI.LS CITY LODGE NO. 41. • Meets Thursday ETcnlotf, In hall orer the Fostefflee. Tisltinir brothers cordially invited. ?kaxk Comm, M. W. T O. O. F.—COLUMBIA LODGE NO. 43.x« Meets Every Tuesday Evening at I. O. O. K. Call, visiting members Invited to attend. J. M. Lftwit, Bee. N. WiLLOConat, N. 0. *CBTH0DI8T EPISCOPAL CHURCH- BERITl vlee Every other Sunday at 11 a. m. and « ». a. Sunday School at 1*. vlaHon cordlaUy Inviled. riATHOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT 8T. Charles Church on First and Third Bandays ef each month, at 0 a.m. and 11 a.ra. , REV. VAKCLAEEKaEEa. T^FlfORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR L JCj meets Sunday at 6 p.m. Junior a seta Sunday at 8 p.m. All invited. LEAGUE League /J. A. R.—GEORGE B. MeCLELLAN V”e meets at. Kennedy Hall the. Second, and POST Feurth Saturdays of each mouth. Visi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1897

Columbian. no AXD rCBUHltKD BT JOHN W. PAOEl. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If Paid In AdoDOllJOp'r Yr*r. Hu Month., la b<1..m*. Ilf . TIiTOO UmthrAn .titmice, 10 ConU. Th* Coutmbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrouces which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to ■ The Colbmbum, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■ KTZHD AT COI.VMDIA FALLS FOSTOFFICI: AS SECOXD CLASS KAIL KATTEB. ALL ADVEBT19IN0 UILlS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. Haro an applet This is best of all: The X-ray has been proved to bo a test of the difference between catalepsy and death. What is the poor newspaper paragraphor to do nowt Peffer and his whiskers have been retired from the UnitckStales senate in favor of one William A. Harris. The female-suffragists solved the problem as only women could. They wouldn’t buy drinks for the logislatorr, and they felt they had to buy something, so they opened up.several boxes of appl...

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