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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 July 1903

Hon. Fred. Cook Dead. •V/- PoBL»i»n Evkry Saturday «m*cwption—*2.&0 per year in advance 'IS. If nt>t paid within 90 days from date of iubecribins.. R»T«ira«tKO—diapT»y—11. per square •monthly. Locals 20 canU per line eacit IbMrtlon. Special rates by contract. SATOHDA.Y..JULY U1903. ’ Whan we-look tBoaituation square In ithe fact, the lines of prosperity for Codtimbia Fall* are depicted there more vividly Uian. ever before in the history of the place. Tbo outlines of a railroad to the magnificent coal fields of North Bork are there, and the murks of'ahorth -and.south.road from this place to Jocko tow be plainly traced, and a myth can tM distinctly seen in the direction of .Wbitetish Lake. It is a wonder that asore people cannot, read tbo unwritten Ones. ^ * Jt>kn W.Face,, formerly editor of the Columbian, at Columbia Falls, and now running an agricultural paper at Helena, >• after the position of secretary of the state fair association. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 July 1903

GUI m IMG THE ALL HOME PBODUCT What Trsnaplreil llurlng ths P»»t Werk >t Columbia Kalla anil Klaotahnrn---All About ETorythlns and Everybody. Thera wan a litllead That »nx nlillle none. And nans il clearly, nweet'r. To a willing, eui; r Ihrua". The proplo yUdly Toxaih luii.l happy ihonyht, Then hnnt-d Hint myrclt-nr up And huui;iii, buuich:, b .nylit. J. F. Kehnp, of Untie, han opaned aji a barber ahop in ilia Untim Block. Joe Zorzi In piv/ iiird in I'oini; tome work aboui theTnlbott plantalioui Little Mian Bhinrh Klcrl-r, in the prond poaaeeaor of a new muIUIm pony. Mr*. Knowlen and licr father were in town Irom the Suite Mill Wednesday. Thomas Joirerson.’ lhe veieritn ncont and itaide.'wan in this week from Belton. Walter Oil was »t the Falls Monday, and vrentoat for n'e.roine over ihe cut off. Carr A Fonn handle everything. No more complete genernl-dt-partmeut Htnro in the went. If F. E. Wedge, one of our mow prnnperoun farmers, was an ayreealile caller on the 4th. • A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 July 1903

IKlflS KING EDWARD HONORED THE AMERICAN OFFICERS. President Loubet of Frsnce on the Floor—Great Blaze of Jewel*—Wonderful Gowns of Women and Brilliant Unfrorms of Officer* of the Two Countries. London. July 10.—King Edw.ord sis nally honored the American oillcere at the state ball gives at Buckingham palace—the climax of the visit of President Loubet His majesty formally received Admiral Cotton, the captains of the American officers, and Queen Alexandra later gave them the same distinction. The ball, the flret since the accession of King Edward, was a brilliant function, 2200 guests being present, Including President Loubet and his suite, practically all the American ambassadors and ministers, the majority of the members of. the royal family, prominent representatives of the nobility and the officers of the American and French squadrons now in British waters. To Admiral Cotton the king expressed his gratification at the visit of the squadron and Inquired If all arrangements had been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 July 1903

VOL. I. NO. 5. Eomoisr. Coltunbian COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, JULY 18, 1903. Slntfe Copies 10c. Subscription Price VM per Year. A. A. EARL KILLED MISS BLOSSOM, THEN HIMSELF. He Wae ■ Married Man and Had Eloped With Mias Bloasom, Who Was Only 16 Years of Age^-Rur-sued by Officers—When Earl Sees Situation He Committed the Deed. Baker City, Ore., July 17.—A double tragedy occurred three miles east of Durkee, in this county. A. A. Karl of Caldwell, Idaho, killed a £oung girl known as Blossom, and then killed himself to avoid arrest by pursuing officers. Earl, who was a married man, about 35 years of age, with a wife and two children, eloped with the girl, who was between 15 and 16 years of age, Tuesday. They came to Huntington on the westbound train, which arrived there about 1 o'clock in the morning, then walked west oVthe O. R. ft N. tracks toward this city. Closely Pursued. Sheriff Watkins of Canyon county, Idaho, followed Earl and his companion with a warrant for their arrest, and at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 July 1903

"V GolumbM BtEKY' S4TUBBAY. • per year.iti advance within. SC^dayrfrom date per- square cents per line each Special rates by contract. :BAY. JULY 181903. \ It is easy to have conscientioaa scruplsi when.they wre profitable. ‘ Son*, mew find satisfaction in keeping another-man Jrom success. tti aoite of- the carpenters’ hammer, •hd tbs saw oi his assistant is a confounded nuisance, nowadays. Volley alter volley ef Kodac ibote can b* heard from Teakettle mountain, fired at the beautiful Columbia Yallsy. ’ Whan.we cars we usually don't dare: ■when-jwe dare we don’t cars. But tba prifce ofXho Cpiumbiau is only |2^0..per It is a current rumor that we are to bays a Chamber of Commerce and a Board of Trade. How our ducks do swim. t It requires no particular skiilrto. win i . . X'SrzzTsszX'&zz you play At the wheels up town. two. showing that tdcre is not ■ Ilia way that Judge Carroll prods the wayward cause* the Columbian to stop our ponderous pros* and remark, that be is the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 July 1903

THE ALX, HOME PEQDOCT 'Wh»t Trmnaplred nnrJtij th« Fuat Weak I>t Columbia Falla and Klaawl>era—-All About Everything and Eraryhady. When the devil got sick, The devil a monk would he. When the devil roi well, The devil a monk wae he. What wa* that babv voice la Otaoa’a room? John Read, front Whttefiah, was in town Thursday. W. C. Whippe, of KalfspeU, was in town during the week. Go and see those nice sample* at the Hub. They are right. John Weigbtman and Bob Phillips were in town Thursday. H. W. Kraus, the hotel man ot Conrad, was in town Monday. Bids fbr wood are now wanted by the School Board. See neticeapanted. Andy Bryant and family have moved from Hall Moon to Whiletish Lake. It is an open secret as to wh&occnpied parley Olson's room Tuesday night. R. H. Chapman and party of geological surveyors are now camped on North Fork. The smell of new mown fury is now very strong. Hay harvest is in its prime. II they bite go and see Snyder. He keeps the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 July 1903

.Lifi sins mull in H PAINFUL PERIODS H INI I DIKII BALTIMORE BUFFERS FROM VIOLENT WJPJD AND RAIN STORM. ^hma Mitchell • America le the land of nervooa women. The great majority of nenrons women are ao becanee they are raftering bom some form of female dieMr*. Emma Cliche)!, 620 Lonliiana street, Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "Peruna has certainly been a blessing In disguise to me, lor when I first began taking it fcr troubles peculiar to tbe sex and a generally worn out tys tern, I bad litle faith. •‘For the past five years I have rarely been without pain, but Peruna has changed all this, and in a very short time. I think I had only taken two bottles before I began to recuperate very quickly, and seven bottles made me well. 1 do not have headache or backache any more, and hav^some interest In life. I give all credit where it Is due, and that is to. Peruna.”— Emma Mitchell. By far the greatest number of female troubles are caused directly by catarrh. They are catarrh of the organ which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 July 1903

■Wl DiZHZ* LY EDmoisr. JtenMfk Columbian. w»>®1 .sirt'sKS. VOL. I. NO. 6. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, JULY 25, 1903. Slagle Captea 19c. Subscription Price S2J9 per Y« DIED IN ROME 4 MINUTES AFTER 4 MONDAY AFTERNOON. „ • He Breathed Hie L»et During a Peaceful Slumber—Cardinale and DlplemaU Admitted to .the Room During the Last Momenta—Prayers Offered for Hlm-r-Succeeeor Is a Problem. Washington, July 20. — Charge d'Affalrcs Iddlne, at Rome, has noUfled the aUte department that the pope died tbls afternoon at four minutes after 4 o’clock. Rome, July 20, 1:05 p. m.—At 1 o'clock there ,was great alarm at the rati can. as the pope was suffering from a great cardlas affection. Dr. Lapponl thought the end had arrlTed and Cardinal Seraflno Vanutelli, the grand penitentiary, began the prayers for the dylng^and gave the pontiff absolution in artlcub) mortis. His death was considered so Imminent that afl the cardinals were present and members of the diplomatic corps were admitted to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 July 1903

Columbian ! per year In advance ' within 90 daywlrMif diti ineartion. , Special rates by contract. . ' satubdAV. jthfrzli i9i».' The wisdom of the past come to os in sentences, not page*. ’ Whan the Whitefish division materialise* who will carve the grayling? k: ILlt.t i not for onr passions, .oor i -woaM-be almost impotent. Beware of the still man; he is getting your size and concealing his own. , It may leak oat yet that Jim Hill is tfotengsgrchin .the business of selling booeef-v'.—• , If.one has rod merit, there is nothing tKat will bring him into notije so well v There is water power 'enough up at the canyon to ran all the machinery of Montana. ^Std-j-onetop^o think that after the first spasm the Whiteflsh will quit flopping to hard. STAID PAT.. Ydn can't boom Columbia Falls.by incessantly talking abont some other town. Instead, change the subject to onr great coal fields, oor’ rhaghificent timber, dor abandant water power, the location of oor town, which is superior to any pla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 July 1903

THJ AM, SOME PEODTTCT , Vb*t Tnniplrad Darinc th* PMt W*«k “ C«lambl» Falla and Elaawhara—All Aboo* KTerytbta* and Kvarybody. He who dallies is a dastard, He who doubts is damned. Bat the price Je *2 80 a year* ^'• Chaffin has a 'sligt* teach of nbttetoih fever. wm *>wn from Kalia- MslOr Baldwin pell Wednesday. C. C. .Miller tom jus*. Upped soother barrel of Red Top. ' Be a man first, and then voa can bea gentleman at your leiaose. Hutchinson Broa. received a carload of easb and doorsAhli week. Hammocks andCroqnet sets cheap at E. H. Snyder A Go.'s drug store. C: lAPoes and family, visited at the County Seat, the first ef the week. H. A. Miller has two large hsy barns forD. Haakill well under cons traction. It has been hinted that Henry ia trying fora bome^bat we don't believe It. Bent Bellman has rented the Strifes dweltlbg, and movedhig household thereIn. Aek Perviance abont restoratives In cases ef tainting spells by the female sex. Chat. Fair has msde application for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 July 1903

ineam, or Eciomfc-one mnnifestations of •crof Fiend ..fared by outward applis blood must bo rid of the .which it i* doe. ’s Sarsaparilla Has cared the most persistent and difficult cases. Accept no substitute for Hood's no substitute acta like it. m ■< use* \MOPAL/N£~ ^ro asAurrrr P YOU/? HOMES ros? r/A/rsm/vG CHAWS. TABLES tZLOOAS ETC. #***<» * DJU£S HAMZX W/U AfOT SOMrCH SHAftAQESA CCHCfiS cyS/tArrM? FROM QAALtTfr. A Socialist President | Do yon know? If not, post Tpunell on ^Sfin^iO 40 -^ cUllit Review “ !• India pen sable to I ■tndent of Social lam; published mon It; tbraa.the world'* news in SocUlUm. Price, tl per rear. Until Aogmt S.theee t * <> AddrM»: The N«iw¥tae,——— 1007 First Are., Spokane, Wash. 1 r. h h* I lallsm. ■ ^ , . Curzon to 8Uy In .India. London, July 24.—The Times understands that Lord Curzon will avail himself of the option given Wlfihi to retain the Indian vlceroyshlp for another two years. m ns lit i Ji NORTHWESTER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 August 1903

m VOL. I. NO. 7. COLUMBIA PALLS. MONTANA. AUGUST 1, 1903. -r-rrr ■ igj. Sht,le Copies Me. S.bKripUo. Price S2J9 ftf Ytm. CULLED FROM DISPATCHES 0|* THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Heppenlnjje Eartern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Tersely Told23f?3iTi5!ct eRnts Waiter C. Hamm of Pennsylvania has been appointed United States con- sul at Hull, England. Uncle Sam’s treasury statement shows: Available cash balance, $228,- 186,107; gold, $98,966,890. Dr. Edward W. Warren, rector of St. James’ Episcopal church, la dead In Austria from appendicitis. A seat at the New Yofk stock exchange wa's'sold recently for <60.000. The lasSt previous sale w^s kt $67,600. Thohlas 0 ( Toole of New^Ork.-one of the most expert bridge builders In the country, was accidentally killed at QumyrfflB, Pa? weegtly. - ' ■ Rev. Robert Chester Foulo, D. D., 3L Paul with election of offleers for the ensuing yfear as follows: President, J. B. Baile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 August 1903

fVMEw limmi A MOB OF 600 WHITES FI BY A; NEGRO. Ho Wat Quickly Captured to Jail by Officoro But the Mob I tered Down the WiH'diidi] Prloono^^ tHu^j) .MBli Neard Had Aaoaultod Woman. Pe*ru-na Creating a National Sensation In the Cure of Chronic Ailments of the Kidneys. to remain. Major X. H. Mars, ol the first Wisconsin- cavalry regiment, writes from 1425 Dnnning*street, Chicago, III., the following letter: "For years I suffered with catarrh of the' iddncyscontracted in the army. Medicine did not help me any until a comrade who had been helped by Pe- 1 runs adWsod mo to try it. I bought some at once, and soon found blessed reUef. I kept taking it four months, and am now wetland strong and feel better than I have done for the past twenty years, thanks to Perana.”— T. H. Mars. t *• • At the appearance of the first symptom of kidney trouble, Perana should be taken. This remedy strikee at onoe the very roots of the disease. It at once relieves the catarrhal kidneys of the stagnant blood,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 August 1903

VOL. I. NO. 8 COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, AUGUST 8, 1903. Single Copies lie. Sobscriptioa Price SIM per Yew. Li ILMPH IlfS CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Heppeitinge In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. The sacred college has approved the payment of 110,000 to the doctors and others who attended the late pontiff during LU last Illness. Professor Ludwig Mond, the distinguished chemist, died in Rome recently. He was born at Hesse-Cassel, Germany, March 7, 1839. Harry Mlnard, aged 60, was found dead with a bullet hole in his breast at hla home near Kenton, O. William Nicholson, a mulatto, is suspected of vhe crime. Adolph Kuhn, Chicago banker and broker, was recently convicted of the larceny of |15,000. According to the evidence he victimized many persona through forgeries of real estate deeds and titles. Senor Correa, who arrived in Lon don, tells the Associated Press th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 August 1903

Columbi lan Satubdav. per year in advance within Off days from date 'lay—fl. per eqijare cents per line each Special rates by contract. I 20, 1903, at Columbia 88 second claas matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATOBPAY, AUGUST 8, 1903. 8httlM» are Armors. The Columbian has repeatedly been 'requested by the larje number of settlers in . Townships 32 norlh range 20 west, 32 noyth range 19 west, 33 north range 19 west and 30 north range 20 west, to urge the acceptance and approval of the government surveys of these townships which , were mads by Paul Bickel. There were some errors made In the surreys which were run over and corrected by Ernest Kakowicz in June of this year, which would indicate that the department are attending to the matter, and that the surveys have not bean pigeon-holed by the SurveyorGeneral. The Surveyor-General is E. W. Biatty, of Helena, Montana, and this office could not bo filled by a more compelant man. He is always at his poet of duty, and always ready a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 August 1903

THE ALL HOME PRODUCT Wlmt Tranaplrnd I>urlnK tho P»«t Week »t Columbia Falla and Klaowhord—All About Everything and Everybody. The straw hat is occn but never felt. Dr. Snyder is still doing an excellent business. . Most people would rather throw a stone than a bouquet. Over a thousand samples for failor made units at the Huh. Consult Dock. W. B. Smith on all points relative to Isaac Walton. . — If vou have seen Cumberland Gap, you should bear bad Rock roar. If you don’t think that Bent Sellman Ira pugilist take a look at the barber’s optic. Mrs. E. H.-Snyder will depart in a few days fora visit with relatives at Great Falls. County Treasurer Samuel Hilhurn was in town from Kalispell tli* first of the, week. Bent Sellman hoe ordered a pair of -cushion-tired pedals. He has quit using cotton. Mrs. J. E. Lewis and Mrs. E. H. Snyder made a business trip to Kalispell, Wednesday. Theo. Christensen, of'the Hub, is a first class watchmaker, and also does bicycle repairing. Frank ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 August 1903

'JHrs. Emmons, savetffrom an operation for Ovaritis, tells how she was cured by Lydia E Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. * “I am ao pleaaed with the reealta I obtained from Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Con pound that I feel it a duty and a privilege to write you about it. < “ I suffered for over five years with ovarian troubles, causing an unpleasant discharge, a great weakness, and at times a faintness would come over me which no amount of medicine, diet, or exercise seemed to correct. Your Vegetable Compound found the weak spot, however, within a few weeks—and saved me from an operation — all my troubles had disappeared, and I found myself once more healthy and well. Words fail to describe the real, true grateful feeling that is in my heart and I want to tell every sick and suffering sister. Don’t dally with medicines you know nothing about but take Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, and take my word for it you will be a different woman In a short time."— Has. Laubjl E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 August 1903

WEEKLY EDnrO^ST. enM^k ^otembiait VOIi. I. NO. 8. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. AUGUST 15, 1903. LME TUMI pp CtlLUED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political ’ and Personal' its Tersely Told. uver won the lacrosse match st Victoria by 12 goals to 1. |e American squadron has sailed for ‘vllle Franche, southern France. The 'Colima (Mexico) volcano rexnalns In a violent state of activity. no casualties are reported. King Peter of Servla Is being openly terrorised by his entourage^ according to the Belgrade advices. Andrew Carnegie has oKered the city of Dublin the sum of $140,000 toward the erection of a free public library. Saturday’s statement of the treasury balance sheet shows: Available cash balance, $231,247,986; gold, $102,260,983. Postmaster Vise of Fairdealing, Mo., Is In Jail on the charge of being short In his accounts to the extent of over „ . Pgjlceman Charles Vod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 August 1903

w t Kvkbt Satubdat. Mjmst f.60 per Jwmr In advance I within 90 days from dat* KMO-dtaplay-n: . per aqnftre A Locals 20 cents per line each Intel Uon. Special rates bv contract. ••■Entered June 20,1903, at Colnmhin Falk, Mont., as second class matter, Ogder Act Of Congress oi March 3rd, SATURDAT. ATQCSTW. 1903. Much worrying Is mental cowardice. ^He who knhwt little, and- knows it, know* much. ^ Many a man has got itp looking for trouble. his ej-cs bunged '’Soine people enjoy good health, and 'otfaia njerefy have it. . All truth is old, but there ie much art to making it appear new. ► ^ Ik's ail right to bottle up your wrath’ ‘fctwridid'yOo beep it corked. A man may bow to the inevitable wUh'ont haying the courtesy returned. TbaiKtrl^'gives its greatest rewards Vo thosa who learn not to care ior them. We admire a rascal for what he might hart been, and hate a fool for what he is. "rite man with the scrubby moustache Igenw'ilTy keeps a atiff upper lip. ‘Look it Morgan at the Gayiord. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 August 1903

. * V - • " i , r . - v'. :PtWil8 THE ALL HOKE PRODUCT What Tnuiaplred Aarlnc «h. P M t W**k at Colambla Falla anA Klaewhere—All Abaot *»aryU»W« aad Kaarybody. Who killed chlckem to day ? Did yon get any of that two per cent money T B. W.Main node a boaincea trip to Kalitpell Tneaday. Dent Dellman’i fiat it a bony propo rition, bat he if no ^UDon to Bonn parte. m k the Jenryntta merrhnnt, f>S» pareota it Columbia Frank Brow; »J»l«*d «ith _ Falla thla week. laabel, the little danirliter of Mr. and Mr* Joe. Hntchiraon, waa quite III the Aral of the week. If tea gatmore chlbkene to-dav than yon want, don’t foryrt that Chicken in aaefuj in a printing office. W. 8. McCnllom, who baa innt commenced haying, waa in town Thursday looking k>Fkar«oat hands. Misses Eliza and-Amanda Wowion will leave aoon for Dillon. Mont., for the purpose of attending the State nniverJ. M. Grist hss returned Irom a four weeks’ trip east. While at Chicago he met Bill fronii Arkannaw. Get hi...

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