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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 August 1903

■iienam mk CHA8. SWEENY SAID TO HAVE INTERE8TED ROCKEFELLER. COMMERCIAL CONGRESS READY Forming a Company With Probafa Capital of Thirty Million Dollara' to Control the Coeur d’Alene’s Biggest Lead Mines—Will Have Smelters— Control Everett Smelter. Tulsive weeping? Do you feel something like a ball .rising in your throat and threatenr to cnoke you: all the senses perverted, morbidly sensitive to light - • * i espe^illy” ‘ “ Give Warning of Approach of flore Serious Trouble.Do you experience fits of depression with restlessness, alternating i extreme frril j ing tu WAIMWO JSJSAm ca*A MAI* OVAAOV'O J ■ a,a " • ^ • and sound: pain in the ovaries, and especially between the shoulders} sometimes loss of voice; nervous dyspepsia, and almost continually cross and snappy, with a tendency to cnr at the least provocation? If scl your nerves are in a shattered condition, and you are threat- ened with nervous prostration. ’ Undoubtedly you do not know it, but in nine cases out of ten this is cau...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 August 1903

■weekly mymoN. tilt oltrobim VOL. I. NO. 9. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. AUGUST 22, 1903. CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eaatern jmd Weetern Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Hlatorlcal, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. A special from Valdez, Alaska, an nounces the safe arrival there, eight days behind Its schedule, of the United States senatorial party. The delay Is attributed to the failure of the boat from the lower Yukon to arrive at Dawson. The alleged embezzlement of $45,000 of the funds of the Commercial Banking company of Duluth, Minn., for which E. E. Johnson, a trusted clerk of the bank, Is under arrest, has brought about the failure of the Merchants’ Bank of Duluth. "Dollar wheat" was seen on Minneapolis exchange last Saturday for the first time since the Lelter corner in 1890. It was cash wheat, and there were sales at that Bgure. Later $1.02 was asked and $1.01 bid, with no sales. September option touched 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 August 1903

► fane 20, 1903, Columbin , nuut., as second class matter, t Act of Congress of. March 3rd. SATUiyiAT. AUGUST 22, 1903. Oct Your Boxes high for the sixe of it.” If it is qt tity that'you want we can throw in 1 -aj poundsof old paper. Count the i her of items of interest to you here, nr hen count the number of items of inuft to you in the big blanket sheets y for a dollar a year. If you find the course of a year there is 600 nes njure news of intereskto you in th< >mepaper, hadn’t you ought to pa 600 times mo* for it? Wouldn't th be fair? Yon believe in equal rights m’t you, and in the free coinage of and sich Ijke. We believe in thjfree coinage of local items and home and this is the mint where you them coined without any hold seignorage. We believe in pros and progress too, and we believf hat the home paper is worth dollar! and 97/ercanai/e Company -js. Oldest General Department Store in fliead Co. t Columbia * Falls Montana ews get for rit/' The 22 mile rural...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 August 1903

V.. t a . *' *%»•> *■' jB i THE ALL HOME PEODTICT What Tran*pir«< Daring the Paet Week at Colainbla FalU and KUewhvre—All About Everything and Everybody. Mra.Niedenhofen ia visiting at Grange- villa, Cali. Chae. E. Rameey w» in irom White- fish lake yesterday. Mrs. L. GHburtson, of Grand Forks, Minn., inn new attiyg^ J. H. Boucliei and wife are outing at McDonald lake this week. _ Mrs. Chas. Howe, of Belton, was visit- ing at CoUwnli;* Falls Wvlneiidiy. Kalispeil is makino arrangem«*t foya big time on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. The G. A. R. Veterans will hold their animal re union at Big Fork, Sept. 5, 0, 7, There wasaSnnday School picnic at Big Fork on the 20lh, and a big time is reported John B. Claybnrg and 1 sen, of Helens, are sij^lt seeing at the McDonald lake glaciers. It looks like the John McElroy building would be a success. It is a boat complete. Baker Bros, have their new saw mill near Whitefish lake about ready for operation. Unless a ni»n has had rh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 August 1903

St?V ! out by the bandthe gray hairs bcga'n to I tried Ayer’s Hair Vigor, ' the hair from comstored the color.”— . D.Gray, No. Salem, Mass. rs a pleasure in such a preparalyer’sHair Vigflr. to all who use it satisfaction. The ir be'comes thicker, ir, softer, and more D ___sy. And you feel so secure in using such an Id and reliable preparaun. $1.N a wile. All tmtalL ! 0,, ^ ^C.ATtaCO^Lowell.MaM. TRAGEDY AT SEATTLE. t.—Crnzid cctlons ht a and hlr aura Qm- Jealous Wife Take* Two 8hoU t Supposed Rival. SeatUe, Wash., Aug. 18. with the belief that the affections her husband had been stolen and homo destroyed by Mrs. Laura ham. Mrs. Sarah Allen fired a sh t into the brain of her supposed rly 1 at South SeatUe. She fired two shot . The first missed its object, but tie second penetrated Mrs. Grahams forehead and she fell bleeding to Ue ground. Mrs. Allen was captured l y Sam LatteJday, a former police: who held her unUl the arrival Of f patrolmen. The woman was taken the city jail and a lit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 August 1903

:v$s W1 DKHi LY edition. VOL. I. NO. 10. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, AUGUST 29, 1908. WE IMP 11 MIES CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenlnga In Both Eaatern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, . Historical, Polltjgjfj and PersonS Eventa Tersely toid. 1 ▲bout 7000 textile workers of Grim Saxony, district have struck tzchau, Se for shorter hours of labor. The Swiss arbitrator may not serve on the Venexuelan arbitration com- mission. John Ellsler, father of Effle Ellsler, the actress, and himself a veteran actor and theatrloal manager, died of heart disease-jaMWa home In New York rerehtt, WtiTs*- The vllttidrof Boufl, Bakoro and Armesko, near Fiorina, have been bombarded and their Insurgent garrisons annihilated. AfSoufl alone BOO Bulgarians were reported to have been killed. During Another fight near Okrtda 217 Bulgarians were killed. Rumors are ( «galn current relative to the abdication of Emperor Franz Joseff of Austria, because he Is t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 August 1903

— I'Tone’20, itar, >t' Colombi* mb second class matter, Congress of March 3rd, f BAtOBOAY. AUGUST 29, 1903. The Flynn Murder. Three montha hare no* elapeed since > &ne"'bl the moet dasUrdly murders in “the an bale of crimes was committed right in the midst of a ciriliaed com- ' nnfnitj, within six miles of Columbia ' Fells and within IS miles of the Count; ~ »e at, hbd up to date there seems to be ' no clue to the cowardly Tillian who perw pitrated that crime, and, so far as the peblie knows, no effort whaterer has been made on the part of Flathead e. County to apprehend the guilty person. “TTadoubt the officer* hare been relent- ' leasin'their aearcb, and done all in their 1 ‘^jowefto ran the murderer to earth, but 1 they are baffled. If the countrwould ' do the right thing and show the right spirit toward Ibe protection Of'their * peacefnl and' tiw-abiding cltuena, they! ' would, not hesitate to offer a reward, and ' a big one, for the apprehensio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 August 1903

ji- ■p 1 ; ! mm NEIS HEMS SHE ALL HOKE PEODUCT What Trmniplrxd »nrin« Mi* Put We*k •*» CalnmbU Valla anfl ■iMwhar^—All tMaant XTvrytlllnp and Krarybodr. Bert Parker la making telephone pole* for laaQoIt. F. W. Bock waa on’bniineaa at Kaliepell the flrat of the week. _ Joe Hoaman fa now working for C. E. JUmaey at Whltefiah lake. Snydrr A Co. have only a few dgni ’toft. Better-gat them. tEd flRkker-don care. , ‘ 4 C. A. Miller waa In town the flrat of the week from acotlier expedition on North fork. ’’Have Hatfiaul rnav have fell over the dog hot begot liia-ehirt back jjmt.the aame. H. H. Garr and family are absent on a trip tooth, for the benefit of Mra. Garr’a health. QFke new *re«, ; *e on-wround Olda and Wm. Boas. Axel Lund it a late acquiaitlon to the Colfhnblan Hat, and he hae the diatiuctloa Of one who paid In advance. We will eell FieliingTackle and Sport- -Inc •Gaoda at .coat, from now until the, end 0( the seaaoa. 'E.'H. Snj der .• ' 1). Comean haa retnrned from a trip - &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 August 1903

m imp wjo iiiMi RUSSIAN SQUADRON IN TURKISH WATERS HAS GOOD EFFECT. Turkey Will Comply With All the Demande of Ru*»la—Sultan Gets in Hurry—Murderere of Rusalan Con- ' eul to Be Punlehed by Death—Other Crimea Brought Out. WCould Walk 1 * Dear Mrs. Pikkram : —It is with I 7 . . I write that I.yflia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable Compound has been of the greatest help to 55,. would get so dreadfully tired and my back ached'so I wanted to scream with the pain. When'I got home at night I was so worn out I had to M kua AA spiaa* •» aav/ »» va . ew— ■ a v ■ - 1 ■ - - — -— » — ought to take it too. So I got a bottle of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vt table Compound and commenced to take it It helped me right ter than I had for months. I took three bottles in all N sometime. t’s Vcgo- ‘ it off. for and IWt brirfiter t^Tbad for mST Tt^r^boTfie^T^ time. I am regular and strong and am thankful to yon for the change. “I recommend Lydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable Compound whenever I bear of a girl suffering, for I kno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 September 1903

VOL. I. NO. 11 COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. 8EPTEMBEB 5, 1903. Sib{le Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2^0 per Vc«. ii \mm pim > CULLED 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 Event* Tersely Told. Senator Hanna la still aide in bed. The New York glass workers are on a strike. They refuse to sign slips telling of their previous employment. General Robert Shaw Oliver of New - York, the new assistant secretary of war, has entered upon the duties of his oAce. A Wabash train carrying the 8L Louis-and Cleveland base ball teams wm wrecked recently at Napoleon, O. Several of the players were hurt. The navy department has received a cablegram from Bear Admiral Cot- * ton, saying that the Brooklyn and San Francisco have sailed from Genoa for Beirut. Cleveland, O.—Mrs. Alexander Winton, wife of the president of the Win ton Automobile company, committed ’‘suic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 September 1903

if not j»ld within 90 froto date , . per square cents per line each rates by contract. •• £ntar«d Jons !0. IWS.'at OolumbU •"Falls, Mont., as second class'(natter, * Act of •Congress of March 3rd, : By Ui«- ScOnt. W any one doubts tho fact thatColum’bia Falls has •the substantial backing to •ta^e a proaperoos little city,-let him take » cruise aron nd i n the country wi tli- » ratfina ^ 15 miles. He.-will see, and t>ave to admit the fact that the tpower that makes the wheels go round •is here to stay, and in the bands of the ■tardy farm As. ^ Leaving the town gdng south, a ahorf .walk brings yon to the well-known farm of Mr. J. A. Talott, tho comfortable and and commodious bnilfllngs which ffre most beantifdlly. localod on the margin •of the Flathead river, .jiat below the “bridge. This -plkce is too well "known to need a diacription here. After crossing the bridge (which is a substantial structure) you may turn east on a-road rtude fd&ows (be meanderiugs of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 September 1903

U . iiffllBSMi V. Hlmmond*, from MlapouU, role in WednMd*y on fila 'new MtombHIe -• ' ... - 8*^ il HtfrO liUTlU which he recently- purchased at Sau 5 * ••• ' Francisco. The machine was the first — one eter In Colombia Falls and ^trtract- PEODTICT ■That Tm*plrs4 Dwrlne Mm Past Week MS<OeUe»Ha Fells aad KUswkere—AU AbeeS Bverrthlac aad Keerybody. Yea, I be woods and streams are callIqjc. calling, c dll in a, Sbeir sednctive voices 1 cannot with- p4 ; J jS'l•«•**•ni'-diBaj'.ottce In the city; 1 will live a white wlitli Siaturo .pore and grand; attract- ed considerable attention. When out on the road it snrrlv has the right-of-way. It's a bad looking critter to scare horses with. Among the Pavie gorefnmentanrveying party who registered at the Gaylord Thursday, were W. M. Trask, Mraf). C. FHnt, Mies Olive M. Print, John Fleming, AlanC. Wood, W.K.Trippet, R. C. Train hull, Dan.. B. Hertz, jr^ Geo. Bhode.yC. J l.«base,£.fi. McLain, J. K. PhiMipe end Lnckie Jacka. % Che game hog ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 September 1903

r) M .Tired vkmmr rw A nervous, irritable mother, often on the verge of hysteric*, is imflt to care for children; it ruins a child 1 * disposition and reacts upon herself. The trouble between children and their mothers too often is due to the fact that the mother has some female ■weakness, and she is entirely unfit to bear the strain upon her nerves that governing a child involves; it is impossible for her to do anything calmly. She cannot help it, as her condition is due to suffering and shattered nerves caused by some derangement of the uterine system with backache, headache, and all kinds of pain, and she is on the verge of nervous prostration. , t , Tfhen a mother finds that she cannot be calm and quiet with her children, she may bo sure that her condition needs attention, and she cannot do better than to take Lydia E. Plnltham’s Vegetable Compound. Thi* medicine will build up her system, strengthen her nerve%and enable her to calmly handle a disobedient child without a scene. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 September 1903

WEEKLY ELTITON. v*'.'; 53 K-*5’ - > ■ ■ a ?m •UnnjnVRte VOL. I. NO. 12. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, SEPTEMBEE 12, 1903. Sla{le Copie« ICc. SuburipOon Price i2.5« per Ym. .*.»! •- TlLEdPI NEWniMlUiY THE ASSOCIATED JUIPSS. A Review of Events In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres ’ During the Past Week—National, Hlstorl cal. Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. tbo check came for the amount due the extradition papers would be signed and not beforft There recently left the New York CULLED FROM DISPATCHES' OF Port for the Philippines 10,465.00* silver coins, aggregating in currency value 11.075,000. The coins were packed at .the Philadelphia mint in little iron kegs, each containing «2600. To guard against possible attack by plrhtea both ships, are equipped with six four pounders. There Is also a heavy supply of small arms aboard, and a special guard will watch the kegs until the money reaches the government wharf at Manila. The vessels will sail via the Suez canal. s Si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 September 1903

■ thein, arm, marchuiK to woe mornings, sboujg,.jj drug store and get some echool these go to Snyder's liver pills. the East ent* w li irpold <^>ei bat a pittance to be intalkUMt distance,.with all the world, and esjWWljr wjtb, allthpin neighbors. W i re tencea wopld ,*dffice w many instances. Jiiet'think how quick yop could notify the’ sheriff ii Jt|ie hl^d “>•*» ran away with your wife. __ Vets at Big Jork.' .Despite the inclemency of the weather tte Vet* at Big Fork bad a big'tTme apd' a.grandjt^nion. Space forbidff montion of the,a9(ir in length. Eloquent addressee were delivered by Whiteside, Q/dlette, Brennen and others. The next ^rand Reunion will be held at Colombia ij'alls, and two commiUaes were appointed to fix Uje date and make all the ^jf^asary arrangement*. The . ladie'8* committee is Meedames Clayton, Snyder, ^all and Kennedy, and the gentlemen ponimittee is Captain'Hilman.H. A. Miller. L. A. Mathews, D. A. Snyder and Thde. Clayton. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 September 1903

NEWS IIS ALL HOMS PRODUCT What TranipIreA Boring the Paat WreJc at Colombia Falla and Klaawhere—i^ll About EverythIng and Everybody. Chink*, Jews •nd l J*p*.are very ■carce. Complete new line of rubber good* at U* Hub. ©*rl», \hfi old bep *et their iTension* next weeK-. Thoe. Thornton ie doing some baftdmg for Dennis Cometiu A photographer wuld do a good bnslne«* in CoTnmbia (all*. Glen Phillip*, the machine man froin Dig Fork, wa* in. town, fbnrsday. The Colniabian Wants to- kiay some dry cord wood. First come first served. Go and see those samples for ladies’ Uilor made suit* and jackets at the Htib. Bent Seliman has his finger in a sling. He probably bos been handling something that bite*. - Alonso Freeman dropper# in yesterday and subscribed for a paper to go to Box 2D6, Galesburg, Mich. What some men don't know wnald make a big book, and what they do know is a damage to them. P. U. Romer,-who rone the musical machine called Roulette, at the Mint, is enjoying a period of prosper...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 September 1903

m- . IfifflMME GRATEFUL, happy w ; omen R. E. PEARY OF U. 8. NAVY GE LEAVE OF ABSENCE. INSOMNIA OTcnwmw years. Mfl cm CASCAHBTS for Tfl been mffltcied for orer iweoly years, sod lean say that Cascarsu hate clren magl&re relief than any other reme- main party Three Years’ Duration—Hit Letter of Application for Leave Outline? H Plan—Receive* Sympathy for Cause From President Roosevelt! Expedition Under Peary Club. Commander Robert E." Peary, D. 8. N., tbs well known Arctic explo will make another dash for the North pole. Leave of absence for three years has boon granted him, with the permission of-the president, by Assisi Secretary of the.NaYy Darling, he has the hearth. sympathy of these officials. , \ 'In- his letter of application for the leave of absence, ConJmandor Peary briefly outlines his plais of acUon. In a suitable ship, built In one of our best ship yards, reinforced and Itrongthenee to the maximum degree and fitted with American engines, “so that she may go no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 September 1903

HmVIck ^ urn* _ whtekl^ EDrrroisr. \ r )f m oltiinbian. r Xt~: rt.t'3^5# v, IWT if •* 1 ^.'; -rs VOL. I. NO. 13. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 19, 1903. Slofle Copies 10c. Sutacriptioa Price 1 CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Event* In Both Eastern and Weatern Hemisphere* Durlnj the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tarsely Told. Sis inches of snow on the level has fallen throughout YelloWstone park during Sunday. The last statemeht of the treasury shows: Available cash balance^»23G,735,686; gold, $109,176J95. Charles Kuhnie, one of the best Jcnown and wealthiest farmers of Paso Robles, Cal., was murdered recently. In the Alps all telegraphic communication ^was for a time completely In terrupted and Italy cut off from Europe, and America. United States Senator Platt of Connecticut has announced that he favors the nomination of President Roosevelt as the head of the republican'national tlcTPt. William A. Hoffmann, who shot a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 September 1903

I p«r year in advance I within 90 daya from date |L per aqaare reente per line each Spadal rite* by contract. Jnne 20,1903, at Columbia aa second class matter I Congress of March 3rd StTUBDAY. BEPT. 19, Our Pnblic Schools. While Colombia Falla has only the v second beat school building in Flathead Gonoly, the jacboois are second to none. Our Mmols are as good aa tbe best in the State, and onr teachers are as good and our pupils as bright, as cau be found anywhere in ihia magnificent country of line public schools and free textbooks. Oor new free text books are now in use The attendance is good, but there may .bea few truants, and on that account attention is called to «ec. 1920 of the aehooHaws, which reads: "Every parent, guardian or other person, having charge of any child between the ages of 8 and 14 years, shall eeod such child to a public, private or I, for the full time that I is in sesseon, which > be for less than 16 weeks duvhi£^4ny current year, and said at «sad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 September 1903

Ci m ns ZHl ALL BOMS PRODUCT Wfh-t-VniNrtrxi Dartre »«.. P»«t Wrrk mt OotntabU Pall* aedXUawfarrc—All ; A boat HterytMas and Xvar/budr. J. 0. Wahl, from Baperlor, Is* new arrff«& — x An oltl man in lore i« »’ helnlem as a Umd.U|t«n. Wanted—AtUiie office, a'fliilel,gentle drirtoi here*. R. Wlnnett ami wife were at Kalie- peil the diet of the week. P. H. Bomer expects hie wife to arrive in a few days from Botte. John McElroy’e bnildin* ia MiKimpeeving in eize and shape. ( Trapper Wlleriret&rned Tuesday from as expedition into (he wilds. Mra. E. H. Snyder is expected home in a few days from Great Fatla. Mra. H. A. Miller andBanghter Sarah, visited the County metropolis Bntiday. Mr. Crispin, a>vee«ait arrival from the East, is a visitor at the Scott Winmdt home. Obstinacy Is the characteristic of the ignorant; and, after all, it lir their only aalety. Dennie Comean'is bniidihg a conimo- 1 diean new dwelling jast-east of the pub- lic school. # Tlie weat...

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