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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 February 1889

RtS' APPEAL. BILL' PASBED BIT TIE COUNIbIL. x la o te Petbly of romr S.OaaWety-Putltoa Pee aitit4 6 o Vditig. the Mo ppended isthe pe eagher county tht as pre other day in the council by lalative assembly of the terrm. the' Montana andlBarker, mm represent. toyour h6orable ining districts are situate in unty and comprise a strip 10to 1 mllesin width in portion of said county On sl.pe of the Little Belt being thus separated from the n of the county and from ur Springs, the county seat, ountain range; that by reason vocable location we are at ns of the year, to-wit, In the early spring, practically cut county seat, travel acrs this being extremely difficult possible, greatly to Our dis n causing us pecuniary and t because of.theirgeograph as described, being on the of the mountain, these dis Ily belong to Cascadecounty, at of which, Great Falls, af rket for our ores,is our sup ing pointand is as accessible and every season of the year sally remote portion of said eunty seat, "Bhrker m...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 February 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE eUELiSEaD DAILY AND SaN.WUUKLI NY THIE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIQ.COIPANY. rTOONDONAIDAD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. sA tl enbaartpttona meat be paid in advance. ý e~ar~b mai, =li ý i emnahemail 51. O~pne Imaogth o I SA 'heat mont I O,) s~ Leek, y arrierIY A 8ingIe t mL.... C II city nNimber A., lDaUdeliverd byarrier AdAoveiiNNDNate) tortneD d on appliCotiAn. the oINAoltilon oD the Tribune In p d,,tthoS M'~nINDais g~aNDAIAed t' DaDNedthato'f AIIA A DNDNIIIr Dl~h~ i the IrnDtA,7 enueuortaera deetrin their addreee ohantnd ntnat eend their fonner addreAe; tthl Ddnnd UPL remembered. mddtNNNe TartDn. FunLIsnrNN _OPANT, ?eet AtFls, EAIDYDuon. _______ SPRAY ()'OF THE FALLS. [From Wedneeday's Daily.] Miss Gremm of Helena came In on the afternoonntrain and will reside with her sister, Mrs. Gibblons, for the remainder of the winter. One of the casualties of Sonday's storm was the complete distruction of the resi dence of E. A. Chapman of Box Elder addition to the city of Great Fsll I. To...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 February 1889

iRAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SE-MI-W-EEKLY EDITION. UB 7 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, FEiRUARY 14, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS LE EXPLAINS.~ LIES SHARPLY TO, MOM Comme.eral Union Is' ne--Bred l ot8. In a? Rome. $ Feb.1O:-I4n 3l e:r the l!ipartisa hiasideterminel to es. I knew that. t shoe th partiese ad this f t eenr-' .respectful coonnidei.d n nor have I now a hope or of political peferment in the nl r re t riit e l can thereby aet"t from their is lnteresting-erieie. ot eo out of pl to y that of.past republican adm - se e expres ooern ntana with "non-resldent' it ;4taringMl-.-thib tfme-butna to were made from the terrn er did ad ne wllseeto the, preent amiitraton Be'enemy, ltl dal olaiming like. the pharisee, rthan thoo WituItrdj.cat.: ittention to thVeln 8 A1e... Canadian Crinii. a during the past 12 months, a the. wetero pl 'tiB-f e On tariois ,T e countryatey cr ' of s1 - g the present session the in the federal parliaaent espduee theieii %f':ai di ;om on with the United States. learly d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 February 1889

NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $r,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, 5100,000. OFFICER8: T. E. COLLINS, . . President A; E. Dcas~~n, . Vice-President L. G. PELP9, ..... Cashier D. L. TRACY, • . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: .. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAOINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBBRT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, 3. T. ARMINGTON. A sgeeral banking bsiness treanseaoted. Exchange drawn on the prinoipal points in the 1tates and Europe. Prompt attention given to oolletione. Interest lloed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS rURIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1880. SEMI-WEEKLY DRESSED BEEF. THEOu are signs of an uprising throughout the country against the Chi cago stock yards. Just as the American people have in a measureliberated them selves from subjection to Chicago for wheat and corn, they find themselves shackled by the control which Chicago exercises over the cattle industry. From Texas to Montana, that evil influence is 1 felt. The prices at Chicago control the value o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 February 1889

BUSS AGAIN. hi ISLATUER CDNonIDRIN ADJOURNMENT. thep SBiiptaie Whitepkapel LBii a*$fted 2Iot.&DW . b. 1. -After-four days Vet oil asembied ydstrday ut Messrs. Middleton and Bitckiord offered a reolu the death of W. J; .McCor, lidin io gdjsrnmett tn t. The bill concerning e drawing of juries poeed had under cohaeideratiof 1reducing the rate of in dent on judgments, etc. iseusslon its consideration Spostponed. ve notice that he would ill up:today; The junket oDeer oage and Warm yesterday and will re eLeut, Perhepe. -he mutilated body has been discovered in a the husband of the woman for the murder. He is name is Bury and was :resident of Whitechapel Sgood reason ts believe e othe thehn Jack, the g the mineral output of arto be X 8,480,000 `ad Rtan pamna. S1s.--he Independbnt railroad engineers, headed rant, leave this morning alley. New Pur.arace. 0 l. -Ahti` deplrjtre in 0 rnacis tonow heing; tried o.jiaisou ccuiO. The smaking the;test was built Rlo city sdo a, vry tiler making. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 February 1889

SALARIES. ANOTHER GENERAL LAW TO BE PASSED. The Sheriff and Probate Judges Find That Fees Don't Pay All Salaries to Be Re vled in the New D111. The salaries of county officers are like ly to be recast by this legislature. The subject is occupying the attention of county officers here, as some doubt hangs over the purpose of the act, establishing the county, as regards salaries. At present, everything indicates that a general law will be introduced to regu late salaries in each county. Last week all the Montana sheriffs except one met in Helena. The subjectthat had brought the sheriffs together was fully discussed, and it was plainly shown to the legislative gentlemen that the offices, as paid by the fees at present, are worthless to the men holding them. It was decided that the legislature should be asked to recast the law concerning the emoluments of coun ty officers from top to bottom, In which might be introduced relief for the sheriffs in the form decided upon. The difficulty of...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 February 1889

6R T FAItLS~ TRIBUNE. , SEMI) WEEKLY EDITION. ,. N nGA MONTANA, '.RAtURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS REJEWTED UT TH DUNOIL. 4-The council in eax terdty rejected' the alloway, tomtllated terinary surgeon. A e governor announced the bill to admit wom ce of law; the bill con' loyment of additional. coumlessioners and the ce of the peace to act e ondir 'certainu ir house pads ed toorb's e.urned. 14.=The territorial sn t Oinins in liaed eard and not paeesed up fthe territory v&. John cnoe to tepepnitenIary ears, the deciasion of the fllrmed. In the case of sryI'.orehouse the case te her'opiitons dealt . Court adourned sine egietry Btil. 14.-The hoiue i as ute for Moore's reeis provides that every divided into electiqon trict to, incdlide a given nets. There are from to in a oaunty, as con snd, nd e on gstiry district,; exiept trhk over 5.000 :popllatio, behewo. Registratioq ib 15 and closes 80 re nmedifely after lon agents moist prinL, es ot all electors who Challenge.s t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 February 1889

'REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Pe3ISED AI Ah"a lsUmI-WUnKL THE TRIBUIE PUBLISHINB COMIPFM . [rIaOROnPoATD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. M ail suborlptions mest be paid in advance. neeaae .aymall, 810,0 Oneyear, by mail, s.m dix montlee, 6,00 Biz months 1".0 One month 1.00 Three month" 1.0l ne week ,o arrier, Si Bngle copy....... I ll city subscribers to Dily delivered by carrier Advertliing rates tarnished on application. 'he eirceiation of the Tribune in .,rtbere MStana i anteend t exceed that ef eey pa perpublishe inathe terntur y eemerioea deeslrine their addrems ohange must send their former addrees; this should be renmembered. Paddess:, Tereaa PULrealno COPAmre, ,Deilt File, tuatena. NO. a882. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $ ,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DIOCRasRN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . . . Cashier D. L. Tg, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: O. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 February 1889

BIG FOUR. S ONTANA, THE DAKOrTA WASHINGTON. Act "ss Admit them . nas Tiomo ac-The tolds to td' Sme ome, 5lbes-.' ,tering. eb. 14.-F. A. Carle, in Pioneer Press, which he es hington, said last night: been broken in the e b ese of the territbroes i tmph tha t.n.a ;timn othmg; but 'uati spinit "thepa f the South ti vented the house today a f lelding every point at e bet two parties in the 9one e e. Two of the three utod ` were carried by the ith the aid of ts, led by Mr. Cox. The democratic point was entary obstruction, but t crrow and can only re in riepublicans. erritories is now in the e and if the territories n they will have the rei I ody to thank for it. ly adjourned upon an me 'voting at 1:45 to the democrats promis republican side doubts S 11 be. The democrats ad secretlinfavor of the f one were called it ffritless. The, si nceri eled to about t.h ;'em fio;lbiity' tomoirrow, 5' will be instructed to serious piotat in dls-, a ene rconimittee will o 'nothing except, par it .tlhe ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 February 1889

SPRAY OF THE'FALLS. [From Wednesday's Daily.) Trains are making good time these days. tW. A. Nelson of San Francisco is in town. S. S. Hobson of Utica, is at the Park hotel. Mr. O'Donnell of SBand Coulee was in town today. Mr. Kern has begun surveys for the city grades today. Dr. and Mrs. Gelsthorpe came up from Sand Coulee yesterday to spend a few days in town. The Knights of Pythias will give a grand banquet and reception at the Park hotel on Tuesday next. Mr. Laine Higgs goes east today. He will return about a week hence to pro mote the dressed meat enterprise. News has been received in legal circles here that strong opposition is being made to the confirmation of Judge Wade. Messrs. Carrier and Cockrill are in quiring the price of farm implements. Don't send them a pile of trade lists. Mr. Schmitz has removed nearly all his good and chattels to the new store which is deemed an excellent stand. The Great Falls Arlhon will give agrand ball on February 22d, Washington's birth. day....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 February 1889

REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. E , NUMBER 76 ,G REAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS ORY WON. ON~ BILL VIRTIJALL' PAEmSD. Ir, `Bitt Neaely Boad to Leslie - No MoreG - oonay Next. b. 10--The Pioneer PIr e as of the'bon Iniltobill a ye: 'That the tenate wil the bil wIth Iheet tOtei~e y take for granted; snlci position to adtmleeloo, os the party and the terrl ed for themsaelvetwbftlh oclity and iej~tihe 'a beeas of th e ate"n 16. The - ireli~e amend titl-arrtn g*mbln Urred ytheo6 hnevrth a'wo' , 'we wa p radial delaedai K cs~plle '4t tb li Mier tooa ndv3 d by the Mherle Feb. 18.-Th endler place, or at, least was e opera house here Sat Ut 400 people being'pros S at first was pretty evenly ward the tenth round ently getting the best'of Sconsidrable, butting Sthe e qd;.qf the tenth nore interfered and stop leg Economy, 18.-One of the most u expenses ever made in t has just been accom S thod of economizingap turi Pacific, otton Belt I utead of haf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 February 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PU.BSaHED DAIL ASSD sWM-WRBULI THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COiMPANY [ISaoSPooATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. baiL subscriptions must be paid in advance. SAILY. a-U-ws.RLY. teyor.bay mall$S0.0) One year0 . by Sil, 118.00 ixmonths, 100 i months 1 0 One month S t1. h hs" 1,00 lnes wk, nycrrier 2a Bin glooopy,.... 1 It oity subsoribers to aily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on applloation. ehe Sircolation of the Tribune in northern M·ntana is guaranteed t exceed that of ny pa per published in the territory iosoraoerss desiring their address ohangesd nIst send their former address; this should be remembered. .ddress: Th.Iuss PUBLIHINGo COMPANY, 'Arent Falls. M.,ntanna. NO, a528. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $,0oo0,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100.000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DICKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . . . . . Cashier D. L. TRAcY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 February 1889

RS'R TS. B FORTH A ,IRMOBTAln MMORIA Passes a tehood Reotaoo ginla r l.tere to earn enday Se 1 , 9/i-The Board of Trade lowing memorial: t nine million acres of of the territory of Mon coal and irbon lands are odd numbered sectione, S its of what Ii commonly thern Pacfilo land grant; said N6itlhern Pacific clalmo title 'or right to of said wining land, S ed or patented mines, ts making selections i secure titleto saidlands lic surveys ate made itaine; and, ge proportion of the Sin the limits of said mouth of the Big Horn tern boundary of the lands andofnovalue o opt a few valleys;and, S quirement of title to mineral lands of Mon llroad compary would arable loss to the it SStates: S We respectfully. peti rable body do memor of thle United "States, on of-that body aswill thle mineral lands of e fromtitle orolaim ern Pacific, or any pany, and continue the ploratios and location er laws of the,..United di era will everpray. PmoreeadlngF 9.--[Special to the unll has indeflnitely lation t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 February 1889

MUSIC AND TOIRCHES. RUSSELL B. HARRISON HEARTILY - WELCOMED. A Good Humored Gathering in which Men of all Parties Join-Spemehes by R. B. Harrisoan and John Magulre. Great Falls is always ready for a public demonstration. Such was the case yes. terday, when the arrival of George P..o)s and John Maguire, the popular manager, made known that they had come to meet Russell B. Harrison. son of the president elect, who was on his way to Helena over the Great Falls route. It was decided to give Mr. Harrison a public welcome. Democrats, as well as republicans, joined readily in the proposal. Gerin & Daven port were consulted, and they promptly rallied the band. As the train was late, there was ample time to prepare for the demonstration. The Park hotel was made the place of assemblage. For some time before the train arrived the. corrid ors were crowded with a merry, good hu mored crowd, who talked of statehood, the coming cabinet, John Maguire's pro posed trip to Washington and the high ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 February 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, SEMREAI-WEEKLY EDITION. :a NUMBER 77 GBEAT FALLS. MONT1 A. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS OF MONTANA. TERRITORT WILL BE VERT 1001%. . ithefoule Id Batlify malbus Bll-Ie Norw to president Oilveiend. b. 21.-The admission bill th touseesof congress and the president's signature . The bill provides for of North Dakota, South and Washington. Da. divided on the line ofthe )rllel produced due est undary of the territory. selected to the constitu nbrthotf thise parallel ate Bisinarck and those 'the 4th parallel at Sioux re TO BBIDONE. 6to the cobnveotln it tact 'tw Statea'hall be elect :ad shall meet July 4t1 they will adopt the eoso ilted States. They an upon to form constitu overnments. that at the election ft conventionn. South "Da shall yote for or againe constitution. If a major hall be for-the constito tion shall re-submit ti uth Dakota for ratidfca the constitution framed nd also articles and propo i ly 'submitted; incithding of locating the tempo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 February 1889

JREAT FALLS TRIBUNE SESI.I6ED DAIAL AND SUMi-WBBHLY THE TRIBBI E PUBLISHIN COIPANY, [INOOnRoATEr]D SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subsoriptions mst be paid in advanoe. DAI~L. SNNI-wa3naY. neyera bymail,SI10.I Oneoeer, bymaiOS$.00 ne month 1.00 Three monts" 1 Sne week, o carrier, 23 Sginle copy,.... 5 A 1loity subeNribers to Dally delivered by carrier Advertising rates frnished on application. 'The oirctation of the Tribune in northern Montana is aaranteed to exoeed that of ay pa per published in the territouy Ouaeoribes desiring their addres0 ohanged mnst send their former address; this should he remembered. Address: TDSuEs PeIsBINse COMPANY, loreat NFallsU. Motana. NO. 8526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,0oo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DIO~ERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . .... Cashier D. L. TRACY, .. . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 February 1889

SOLDIERS' ROME. G ABOUT ONE OF WASH '8 FAMOUS INSTITUTIONS. ct Capital SIghtbeer, and How SMeot Frultle "Effort to See Worthdsieesg is the Oty in Lear~sd -Veteran. tediodrrionis i inaugu it of the TUnited States, bably be from 250,000 to ore in Washington. The will be persons of moder ho have but little time to ho will take the holiday witness the grandeur of ion as for. the purpose of beauties of a city the der 1 soloanRs' aOME. which most of them have pers and books since their e greater number of these arrive at the capital one before the, inauguration. o of them will expect to nin a day!, ange awakes and finds shington,the fiift thing he. pidly boiting his breakfast an in harvest time, is to office of the hotel and order around instantly. %As he es up and down, waiting ce, be mutters ,etween 'ththe fruiatless wail of shington tourists: "I an Stown today, or by the es, r never ae It." de book, jumps into his, of to ese the sights; Of StthCapitolflet ,:He sade low f...' the lest t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 February 1889

A MERRY BALL. THE HNIGRHT OF PYTHIAB CELEBRATE. A Large Amemblago - Danoig Until a Lte Hour Every One Greatly Pleased. Throughout the country, last evening, the Knights of Pythias celebrated soci ably, the anniversary of the order. In no place, was the genial spirit which ani mates the knights displayed with great er success than here where at the bidding of the Cataract lodge, a large company assembled at the Kingsbury hall which had been handsomely decorated for the occasion. The ladies were beautiful, the tailets were tasteful and the music exel ent. The knights were as gallant as knights should be and left nothing undone to render this one of the most agreeable entertainments of the season. They car ried courtesy so far as to provide cari ages for the ladies. The ball began with spirit about ten o'clock. Dancing was continued until a late hour. The pro gramme embraced some of the latest novelties, including figures introduced here by Prof, Beggs. Toward midnight the knights invi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 February 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. ME . NUMBER 78 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS ELCOME! LS GREETS HER MAN VISITORS. ip From Helena to Greal Visiton, Bee and Admire nbw Falls, the City Id Sand Coulee. Colonel Broadwater tendered of:the Montana legislature to Great Falls. The offer, inpted by a sincere regard atatives of the people, was ly by both houses. It was e off onWashington's birth deferred because the Da re had resolved to pay the skere a visit on that day. did" not arrive until SBatur They were warmly re. eople of Helena, who en hospitably. ies occupied the Montana 1 yesterday, when most of eft for home. Col. Broad extended the invitation to •were unable to remain, as required their presenceat entana legislature was free nel Broadwater's courteous dingly, the head of his ex net, Colonel' Shelby, took the trai n in readiness. tomary libetality,. Colonel reased the number of inyi at the legislators may have on their trip to the Fal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 February 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISHED DAILY AND SRI-WEEKLY THE TRIBUNIE PU1BLIBRI. COMPAL. (INConPOnATDm) SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail su.crptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. SEIan-WEElLY. lID onths, " ) Biz months 1.50 One mointh 1.0 heemonths" I I Sweek, oy carrier, 2 Bngle ospy...... P it city subscribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Adrtising rates ifurnished on application. Ahe circulation of the Tribune in I.rthern M Iutana is gsuaranteed t, eceedthat of i' y pa per published in the terntr, _ SaosorSers desiring their address changed mnet send their former address this should be remembered. ddress: T''rsDNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Ireaot Falls, Msutna. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . • . President A, E. DIORERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . .. . Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, IARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J....

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