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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 March 1892

mUZ > Tmb Columbian Reaches •More Homes in the FlatheAo Valley than All Other Parers Combined. Subscrirtion Lists Oren to THE COLUMBIAN. * **•!**»* BbaiNcta Men Witt Fmo The Columbian Jos Equipped ron Fibst-Clabs ‘ > Printino of Every Kind. It ! ) Leads. Send in Your DER8. llFmo If OrriCE | < •Clabb > . It ) a SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1892. NUMBER 12,' BANK ;i os’ I COLOMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. DbtU. : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, : B. Tibbey L. C. Trent, : S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. ■VVro. JRKAD.'Ciuihior. OCEANS OF MINERAL The Kootenai Country Will Prodncc Precious Metals and Add to the World’s Wealth. Hlntn Are Preparing tor aa Artlre C«m-pAlgn-PIacer Fleldi Show Well-- • * I’enooal. Large Aaoortment,:-:- .:-:-La...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 March 1892

NEWS OF THE WEEK. fond (ho card of Collier Talc. ft. L. Oliver hnfl polio lo Missouln on.n buniness trip. llcnicmbcr Uic fco-crwmi aocial nt (ho ciij- hall (onight- William foad and P. H. Landv are planning nice reaklenccw. Z. G. Graham completed (ho grad- ing of Nuclensnvenuo last Saturday. Land and mining law a specialty. Lanofosd A: Bloob. • Andrew Porter, of Porter Biw. the bridge contractors, was in town yes- terday. Ranches and city property for sale. Bargains constantly on hand. A. Y. Lixdsit. “Who hit Blodgett,” has taken the place of that chestnut “Who struck Billy TaKere6flr*~~" Take your prescription to t ho Model drug atcre. The iron for R. D. Beokon's building arrived oh Sunday's train and will be put in place at once. L. A. Farmer, the architect, is getting out plans for several handsome blocks that will be built spring. rgeses iffouy Bluostoue for all pu: quantity at Fullerton A; Spring suits are all the go. Ramsdell Bros, have received an immense lino of clothing of ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 March 1892

TROE AND OTHERWISE. The Butte conwpoadont of the Anacouda Standard haa thi« tale to tell: “The Flathead rancher who haa been accused of having offered hia haUbreed daughter, $10,000 in cash and a well stocked ranch for a respectable white son in-law.haa come to the conclusion that advertising pays. Several hundred young men, ambitious and eager for the sacrifice, have offered themselves, and the number increases daily. If the old father can not make a good selection from the array presented he is certainly hard to please, and the proper person does not live in the Northwest, for nearly every marriageable young man haa been heard from in Montana by the scores; dozens of them are waiting for a favorable consideration of their suite in Idaho; the Dakotas come in with a string of longing hopeful; Wyoming sends its quota of applicants willing to accept the burden of a wife for the sake of the money there is in it; Washington and Oregon are represented by a number who has boon spending a ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 March 1892

*■ he Columbian. W. I»A.C323. T Ncwarirai Dstvno to tse or THE FtATHEAD Rboioh. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: A<ldr ~ ni-sou. The Colditbiix inviton its patrons and friends to send items of aU kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. . Address all letters to The Colombia*, Columbia Falls, Mont. nram at coltmua rxt.Lt roarom -* ai ■XCOXD Ct.AU HAIL HATnUL every resident of the valley, and is an inportant piece of news at this time. As usual important Flathead valley news appears first in this paper. two pre- ALL ADVERTISING IIILLe PA TABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 17,1892. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of the year that people select their reading matter for coming year. The publisher of The Columbian can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few months. x To every person sending $2-60 we will send to their address The Columbian from receipt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 March 1892

THE COLUMBIAN. Busincos Mcn Will Find k! Tmc Columbian Jo* Omet !'( Eouipplo row First-Class 1 I PRINTIHOOrCvCRYKiMO. IT 1 Lxaos. ukno in Your OrOCRS SECOND YEAR. Columbia falls, Montana, Thursday, march 31,1892. ..... a.-- • ••••• bAistK; ! OK : COLOMBIA FALLS. Colombia Falls, Mont. DIBECTOBS: OUR GREAT STATE. Exhibited at the World’s Exposition. A. J. Ds»is, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Oajlord, i B. Tibbey : L.C, Trent, s 8. T. Hasser, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A Oeneral Banking: BnsineM Transacted. ■Wm. HKA.D. Cashier. Large Assortment,:-:->Lateet Designs,:-: :-Jjowest Pricesl BEDDING.BED SPRINGS. BED BOOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND SOCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND BEED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid < Short Notice. DOWNIH & Hm, Downer Building, Nucleus Ave. Columbia Falls. : Montana. Dr. A. ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 March 1892

NEWS OF THE WEEK. IT IS APPRECIATED. C. D. MoCroary and A. F. Boos, of Kallipdl, came up Saturday on n pleasure trip. „ Read the caul of Collier & Tato. 'License to marry was issued to John G. G. Dyer and Mattie H. Daria. Both of Effan. Land and mining law a specialty. Lsirorosn & Bums. Oscar Olson, of Egan, was in town Sunday and loft his name on Tn* Colombian .list. . Take your prescription to the Model drug store. The state board of land commissioners advertise in this issue of Tui Columbian the sale of school and university lands. Read it. Blucetone for all purposes in any quantity at Fullerton Si, Co.'s. The election of school trustees in this district on April 2, should bring out every voter in the district Throe good men should bo elected. Ladies’ visiting cards printed at Taf Columbian office. Mrs. M. Minich was summoned to Helena by a telegram announcing the dangerous illness of little Hanna Eeklc*, and loft Monday evening. Rauches and.city pronerty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 March 1892

m.v . y-l-.-y. FADING FROM sioaf In one of the oorridora in the nenate xring of the Capitol is a statue in marble of John Hancock, writes Frank Markle to the Evening Wisconsin. On the granite pedestal is an inscription which reads: “He wrote his name where all nations should behold it, and all time shall not efface it.". This of course refers to the revolutionary patriot whose bold chirography appears conspicuously on the Declaration of Independence. The history of that period statef that several of the signers, while sympathizing with the colonists in their struggle, were a little timid or hesitating about signing their names, as they would be punished as principals in the revolt in case the revolt be unsuccessful. Not so with Hancock, Qrasping a goose-quill and using plenty of ink he wrote his name at the top of the column. Ho wrote so boldly and distinctly that the name of John Hancock was as easily seen as an electric light on a dark night. Every school boy is familiar with Hanc...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 March 1892

J The Columbian. ■w. PAom A WrxrLT NmrAm Dttottd to the IXTEKTSTS OT TBS FlATBEAD Beoiox. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, •r mail: mm: Tax CoLffXBUX invitos itn^gntroos regsrdinff improvenH-nU, and occurronoea iriiich are of intorost to tho poople of tie Flathead. Address all letters to Tn* Colckbiax, Colombia Falls, Mont. Birmso at coLCsaiA fauji rorrorF ■■COED Ct.A»a MAIL MATT AS. ALL ADVERTISIXO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1892. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of tho year that people select their reeding matter for coming year. Tho publisher of The Colombian can offer rare inducements to reading people for tho next few months. To every person sending $2.60 we will send to their address The Colombian from receipt of order till March 4,1893. -Jar $3.25 we will mail The ColcmblaN and St. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till March, 1893. For $3.25 we will send to any address The Colombian and.the Chicago W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 April 1892

-<5c. L J’c- OiCsCA/\ Thc Columbian Reaches , Mohc Homes in the Flat, head Valley than All Otheb Papers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to RTISERS 4 THE COLUMBIAN. Business Min ... Tufc Columbian Job Equipped tor First-Class Printino or Evert Hind. It Leads, send in Your Orders. . . . SECOND YeAIL COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1892. BAlISTK OB' : COLUMBIA FALLS Columbia Palls, Mont. . DIKECTORS: A. J. Davis. James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. TSbbey : L. C. Trent. S. T. Hauaer, : Butte, Ml. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. -Wm. HEAD, Caahler. Large Assortment,:-:-:-Late8t Designs,:-4 :-:Lowest Prices! BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES.' MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid < Short Notice. DOWER & HDN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 April 1892

THE WEEK. hoothoricklirt- Weightraaa of KalU- j fricnda in town. A r*y pteMMt impromptu dM» took place at the at; hall last ovcn- . C. P. Sully te visiting friends i and will remain for several George McMahon is making extonqU on his ranch west itr property for sale, itly on hand. A. Y. LnnaR. The Hand Grocery Co n of Kalispell, has closed its doors. Lack of Tom Riley’s saloon is fitted up in great style and presents a fine appearance. A carload of the celebrated Gold Coin stove* just received at Ramsdell’a. E. C. Pollard, a lower east side rancher, was. in the city a few days this week. Mrs. Schumacher and little daughter Tillie spend several days in Kalispell last week For lato news and novels call ta Fullerton’s drug store. Miss Ada McGlenn, of Cliuton, Iowa, is the guest of Mrs. Frank Langford. Mr. Lighthall and several other Kalispell men wore up Sunday look ing at the many solid improvements going on. - A foot-rule which people should obey is: Wear the shoos that the New York ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 April 1892

vr ^ A MODKER GUIHBVERK King Arthur had gone to his club. Ho had first soon his wife safely to her carriage, and Guinevere had drivotLbomo alone. The opera that night had been “Faust,” and her brain was full of the music. Perhaps that was why she was not surpriaed when she found that a lato guest awaited her in the library. As for Sir Lancelot, nothing was more then natural that he should drop in for a friendly call at any house. He, being tho most intimate friend of King Arthur, was perfectly entitled to make himself thoroughly at homo in tho flat, and ho had oven gone so far on several occasions os to find grave fault with tho chef of tho establishment. Hi.s admiration,however, for Quoen Guinevere was fully as frank, and those two things only proved to be most honest in his friendship for the King. Which ought to explain why, when Guinevere entered tho room, he assisted her to loosen her sables and laces with a familiarity which was wordless and quite a matter of course. You might...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 April 1892

Thi Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of oil kinds roffardinir improvements, and occurrences sdiich aro of interest to the people of tie Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Colombia Falls, Mont. KXTKSZD AT COLOUIA TALL* lOStOmCB A» UCOKD CLAKI KAIL HATTU. ALL ADVERT1BINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF E.VCH MONTH. TUURSDAY, MARCH 31, im. Kalis poll people aro getting ready to vote for “Hill for president." They think it’s Jim Hill, of tho Great Northern, who is campaigning. Why should Minnesota papers oppose free coinage, when tho products of the western mines go to pay for Minnesota's wheat, flour and merchandise! Columbia Falls people do not seek to lire off their neighbors. A letter from Libby, in this issue, indicates that somebody is mighty hard up in Alkali Flat. Tho democratic party may sink with free silver, or tho republican party may choke to death on n gold coin, but the fact remains that every Montana man ought to want free coinage. Three week...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 April 1892

r r *> + «^«4 4 <#<t v>i4«4«^4 Tmc Columbian Rcachcs Morc Homes in the Flatmead Valley than All OthCR ParerS Combined. Subscription Lists Oren to Advertisers PHE COLUMBIAN, ssafc^3«s h rreo for First-Class Business Men 1 The Ct„ Eouirred . Printing or Every I r Leads, send in Your Or- ; DERS , . SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA P’ALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1892. NUMBER 15: BA-ISTK OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Dsvis, : : Butte. Mt. Jamen A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. J. E. Gsrlord, : : Butte, Mt. B. TOiber : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. REAI>, Cashier. Large Assortment,:-:-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-:Lowest Prices! BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES: • MATTRESSES....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 April 1892

OF THE WEEK. T. J. McGrud® wu in town «J*7- J. E. Clifford of Domereville wax iu town Tuesday. Alien Johnson and wife of Demers viilo were in the city Saturday. Misses Baird and Kruegor spent aoveral days in Kalispell last week C. F. Pattiaon, tlio harness maker, expects his family in Columbia Falls on the 17th. Dr. Piedalue left yesterday for ton day's trip to Missoula and Frenehtown. Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Building and Wall Paper at Fullerton & Co., Druggists. J. H. Hatfield, who has been in Birerton, Iowa, for several months past, will return to Columbia Falls with bis wife about the ICth. Ranches for rent and sale; bargains in lots. Lixdsey & Weight. McGuiness & Baird report the following sales during the week: Lot 6, block 39, S650; lot 3, block 63, $600; lot 3, block 6, $125. West side ranch property, 160 acres, $600. Bluestone for all purposes iifany quantity at Fullerton & Co.’s. Sometime ago a rumor reached here that Ed B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 April 1892

AMATEUR DEER SHOOTING Tlio nvofagc amateur door hunter ia no more sure of succesa in the woods with n gun than he is of catching fish on dry land without first learning how to shoot a gun; and then ho must make up his mind ho is going to a now school and has all the lino art of caution, watchfulness, acute hearing, and quick, ns well os accurate shooting, to learn. After all those are acquired ho will find it hard work to out-general a white tail deer. A door can teach the hunter many tricks of his peculiar art of dodging the enemy. One of the most essential things to know is, how to track a deer in the snow. My experience during the post hunting season has-been of great benefit to me in tracking, and I have made it a close aud careful study. I may bo allowed to boost that my judgment, backed by this experience, has been so accurate that I seldom failed to get thq deer I started up or had crippled. It is easy enough to follow a blood track, but when that ceases to drop, then comes t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 April 1892

c Columbian. ■w. F-A-OE. A Wkkilt Xewspai-eb Devoted to the or the FutoeAd Reoiom. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY MAH.: Addr ~ 8W«oot>in lOerat*. Tmt ColcwBJan invites its patrons rojrardllii' impro\ompnts, and occurrences wkich are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all UUer« to The Comtwuas, _ Colunibia Falls, Mont. UrrUKD AT COLCHHA FALLA FOATOTT1C* •■COVD CLAAA BAIL MATTML ALL ADYERTISISO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, APRIL 7,1892. The slightest reference in The Columbian to the fnpid decline of Kalispell causes the four editors of that Tillage to emit alkali froth and sweat Mood. That is the only feature of unity in the largo journalistic circles of the ossified village. Now York and Boston bankers are accused of having used a million dollars in defeating the silver bill. The charges are vague and will stand, but there is no doubt that the powerful bankers’ lobby at Washington awed (ho woak-knoed congressmen into a betrayal of their consti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 April 1892

THE COLUMBIAN. SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1892. Equippto ros I PBINTINQOrEvtRYKlND. IT 1 Liao*, bcno in Youn Or- ! COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia 'Falla, Mont. DIBECTORS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, ML Butte, ML Butte, Mt. Butte, ML Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. • Wm. rtKA.1), CMlilcr. Large Assortment, :-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-iowest Prices! BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. VERY LIVELY TIMES Thousands of Settlers Crowd Each Other In a Mad Kush for Lands of the Sisseton. Oklahoma U the Scene of Another Stampede for Arree of Doubtfnl Volae. Wild Carpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. DOWNER & HUNTER, Downer Building, Nucleus Avo. Columbia Falls. -. Montana. Dr. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 April 1892

S or THE WEEK. 7obn WblU-ii an.l 1’nxl Downer have purebased loU on First nvenuo, Uarc'nn for rent an 1 hiIo; bargains in lola. Lwosr.r & AVnionr. Judgment wax given in the action of Ramsdoll Bros. vs. William Miller, for $277 and costs. ■ - Bluestono for all purooeoe in auv quantity at Fullerton & Co.’s. Tho flouring mill and brewery enterprises are assured, and both will bo completed before July, Verne Smith and C. C. Miller returned yesterday from a ten day’s trip to tho Kootenai country. Eight hundred bushels of seed bar ley have been ordered by tho board of trade and will arrive soon. C. F. Fullerton has commenced tho erection of a handsome residence on Kennedy addition. It is to bo a daisy. - Evening service will bo held in the City hall next Sunday, April 17, at tho usual hour by tho Rev. J. M. Eastland. Report reached this city that B. D. Hatcher had been elected mayor of Kalispell, a small village fifteen milts down the valley. William Madden, a late...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 April 1892

A MODERN ROMANCE. It began on one of tHoae ridiculous vehiolee, an open street car, whore the seats art no arranged that an unguarded motion of one person is liable to knock off the hat of his neighbor behind him. The rain was falling in a swift, steady slant. The gutters running with water, the streets and crossings perilous with liquid clay. Gerraise Germaine had just settled himself comfortably in his seat and was looking complacently out at his less fortunate follow men, who hurried, slipping and dripping, along the streets, when the car again halted, a small figure came rapidly over the crossing, and a young lady entered. As she attempted to sit down down upon the already crowded seat immediately behind Mr. Germaine, the car gave its usual sudden lurch, and their heads came together in unmistakable collision. Involuntarily each bead turned over its shoulder, and a pair of quizzical dark eyes met a pair of the deepest violet at exceed- ingly short range. Instantly they wore turn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 April 1892

The Columbian. yv. PA-om T N«W*nr*» DiTOTXD 10 TH* or rn* Fuithiad Region. OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■v mail: >«»P.aAd<lraM. [wrVMr. The Oolc»»u*i invito* it* patrons and friend* to send items of aD kinds rwmrdinff improvement*, and occur ranee* which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all Utters to The Columbus, Columbia Falls, Mont. D AT OOI.CHMA »AIA* TOATOT taoon CLAM *AH. SATTXA. AM. ADVEBT1SIN0 BILLS PAYABLE THE vn or EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, 'APRIL 14, lt®2. Since the vote on the silver bill the devil ha* enlarged the traitor department of hadoa. For a new state, Idaho has shown a prett/scandal in the penitentiary ntvestigetioo. The state prison fund seems to have been used as pocket money by state officials. Congressmen should not work under the delusion that the present horseplay over the free-wool bill will make the people loee sight of their treachery to silver and the great mining industry. The Helens democrats won the city fight, and the vi...

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