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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 September 1903

-J PRESIDENt ROOSEVELT HAS DANGEROUS TRIP. Frequently, hovr. __ . except the supreme one tells them to guard their health. How much harder the daily tasks become when some derangement of the female organs makes every movement painful and keeps the nervous system unstrung ? Irritability takes tno place of happiness and amiability: and weakness and suffering takes the place of health and strength. As long as they ean drag themselves around, women continue -to work and perform their household duties. They have been led to believe that suffering Is necessary* because they are women. What a mistake! The use of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound will banish pain and restore happiness. Don’t resort to strong stimulants or narcotics when this great strengthening, healing remedy for women is always within reacia ■ FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEX. If there is anything In your case about which you would like special advice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. No man will see your letter. She can su...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 September 1903

WEEKLY EDmOlST. f Columbian. VOL. I. NO. 14. COLUMBIA PALLS, MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 26, 1903. Colombian Government Pa.ees It Up— Nothing Doing at Night. Washington, Sept. 23.—When the state department closed at 4 o'clock Tuesday It was agreed that the Panama canal treaty was dead, althotjgh eight hours yet remained during wmch the Colombian government might have taken affirmative action on It. Nothing War Material—Can Look For Bltterl waa received concerning the canal ua... treaty INSURGENT BAND OF MACEDONIA WIN FIQHT AT OKHRIDA. Turks Completely Routed—Macedonian* Claim to Have Vast Stores of War—Turks Reported to Have Burned Five Villages Near Kaatorla. Soda, Sept 20.—The revolutionists are now concentrating all their operations In eastern Macedonia. The insurgents claim to have accumulated vast stores of provisions, ammunition and dynamite and to be prepared to enter upon a serious campaign. Fighting Is already proceeding at Menllk, province of Seres, which place is besieged by bands...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 September 1903

kpKXOPTiox—f2<60 per year in advance wUWtt,W.,d«yii from dale Iqseit Ujr. Locafe 20 cente per line each Ion. Specia&.rfttee by contract. ' B itered^nne 20,1003, at Columbia Mont*; as second class matter, Act ot Congress of March 3rd, Tb%-..pfeaecoe, of so many prominent . fe, R: dfficia 1b fatore daring th».pa*t week was somewhat exhilarating. The next ispns of the Columbian will bontain (i-Jarge ad from the Whitefieh Towuiite.epii who appreciate the value of Printer’a ink, ' Some lighta operate bept under bushel, and ought to stay there. T^ie has no reference to the red headed operators about town. The new dryer at the Soldiers’ Home laundry must make the atmosphere •pretty dry..from the way some of the patriots irrigate their pores on pension . day. The fellow who didn’t have bowel trouble during the past week wasn’t a member of the 400. He was as much ‘out of style as Dave Hatfield’s night Bbirt. A blackbird that can’t sing and will fiBK ought to be nut int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 September 1903

THE All* SOME PBODUCT .What Tnuiplrad Rutin* th* P««t Week nt OolnmblM F»U» «n<^ Kleewhore—All About Everythin* nud Everybody. Mrs. Victor Tuft is reported very eo-•i-iously ill, Joe Berry hee cpgnged witU tho Pavia aurvey party, John CalhoiiEy »»ni 06 U. F. Kehoe, is a niw arrivah Johnny Lewie has finished his neat dwelling at KaliRoell, ' Jack Skvles, the Wbitefieh postman, was in town Tuesday. There is an- excellent programme this week at the Stockholm. John McEIroy’s building has been dressed up and painted. The hall decorations for I lie ball last evening were very prattv. H. Bocknu\n. Libby’s giant, visited the Fails during the week. Fine new line of high- and low cut shoes, latest styles-, at the Hub. N. Seacord is doing earpenter work at £intla lake for the Butte Oil Co. Mrs. H. B. Kennedy visited witli her parents on the ffaet Side Friday. Miss Ollie Ross and Mrs. E. M. Evans visited Kalispell Wednesday. A. E. Fuiviance vtaiteA-WMtefish and other outside pokda du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 September 1903

that it’s Sarsaparilla iake you strong I. Don’t waste ..je and money by ^ some other kind. The old, tested, tried, true Ayer’s Sarsapallla. ' SMOiMtU. AlUngtoU. OM bSS\j roedlrme. Follow hU adrlco «cd •Pt^n yacht mer, and CULLED FROM DISPATCHES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Event* In Both Eaetem and Weetern Hemlephere* During the Past Week—National, HI»toH* cal, Politicql and Peraonal Eventa Tersely Told. Miller, who waa skipper on Columbia during the sumCaptain Barr's assistant on ‘o rinrlne’ the cun races, It is Thomas Mr. Noodle—CleverT Why she has brains enough for two, Miss Cutting. Miss Cutting—Has she? Then she 1* Jnst the girl you ought to marry, Mr. Noodle.—New Yorker. "Well, how does it seem to be en- gaged to such a wealthy girl?" "Fine! Every Ume I kiss her I feel as if I were taking a coupon off a government bond.”—Tit Bits. Nan—Is there any Infallible for seasickness? Tom—Oh yes; when you feel the symptoms coming on, all you have to do is to go out and sit under a ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 October 1903

?■ : •W1 IT? EDmON. McnM^k otemWa VOL. I. NO. 14. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. OCTOBER 3, 1903. CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of EvenU In Both Eastern and Weetern Hemisphere* During the Pact Week—National, Histe cal, Political and Personal Events Teraely Told. A compromise put an end to the noisy demonstrations In Chicago by the messenger boys. W. K. Vanderbilt’s Quos Ego, with Johnson up, won the PrU Juxy Suis (hurdles) recently at Paris. Gen. Bell declares he will bankrupt the state of Colorado if necessary to preserve peace at Cripple Creek. At least four lives were lost in the Are which destroyed the Hotel Brunswick at Rochester, N. re- cently. A sharp earthquake shock was felt at Santiago de Cuba recently, (he fourth within a month. No damage was .done. Mrs. Jefferson Davis, widow of the president of the southern confederacy, Is seriously ill at Castle Inn in Buffalo, N. Y. William Gillespie Wylie of New Orleans. justice of the supreme court of Louisiana,...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 October 1903

- lendricks’ Columbian Puicnatn Evwv Satwumt. BATK&i apMOBinidK—t£,&Q parj-flH i^advance |3. U not paidwithiu SOdaya from date o^anbauribinK. ’ "Entered Jane 20.1903, at Colombia Eklla, Mont., aa second class matter, ttnder Act of Congress of Marcp 3rd, 1879.”* n SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 19Q3. Big arrangements are being made for the second annual Flathead Coonty fair att Kallspell and it is going to be a grand encctsl. It wil a.big snccees last season and ft will be much better this time. October 13/14, IS* 16, and' 17, a>« the dates. There ♦Hl'be special rates on the railroad. Many people from Columbia Falla will attend. Haines, Mise Ida Leffler, Miss Edna Sped, Mies Jennie Kruger, Mise Nellie Haines, and Miss Minnie Kennedy, the latter of whom is the organist. Scientists now claim that lettuce is a preventative against smallpox and those on the east side who are in danger of b^lng expoeed might do well to.ArT the -beautiful home and experiment since the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 October 1903

THE AIL HOME PRODUCT What Transpired Dnrln* the Past Week, at Columbia Fulls nud Elsewhere—All About ETerythin* and Everybody. And next will come the Autumn (firl The girl that we love beat— ,1 wonder if she’ll wear our eoctc, Our neckties, or our vest. Cap Hilmon was o Kaliapell visitor the first of the week. *» Attorney Miller was at KaliepeU on professional .business the first of the week. Ok W. Chaffin made a trip to Belton this week aad filed oa a timber and stone claim. ' . • . • Mrs. James Kennedy and daughter Miss Minnie were sightseeing at Kalispell. Tuesday. Miss Milton, of the county metropclls, visited with Miss Minnie Johnson the first of the week. i. Walter Barnard hae- returned from a tryj to Spokane at which place he pantile real elephant. Aaron Walter, one of tho Whitefish teamsters had some bad luck on the road Wednesday. Mrs. K A Heeseltine, of Wilbur, Wash., is visiting with her cousin Wheeler Half in Kennedy addition. Bring-your watches to Theodore Chris ', tens...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 October 1903

■0111.11, BT MAIL TRAIN JUMPED THE TRACK ON A TRE8TLE. ' Of th* Crew of Sixteen Men; Nine Were Killed and Seven Injured— Treetle Was 600 Feet Long and 70 Feet High—Whole Train Dashed te the Rocky Bottom. Charlotte, N. C., Sept 28.—While running at a high rate of speed a south bound fast mall train on the South ern railway Jumped from a trestle 70 feet high, north of Danville, W. Va., and was almost demolished. Of the crew, 1$ men. Including mall clerks, nine were killed and seven Injured. The dead: ^ v «- • Engineer J. A. Brodie of Placerrille, Va. ' . Fireman Clarence White. Conductor Tom Blair. Mall Clerks J. T. Thompsoa. W. T. Chambers, D. T. Flory, P. N. Arndenwrlght, and a flagman and brakeman whose names are not known. Injured—Mall Clerks Louis W. Spiers, Frank E. Brooks, Perclral Indenftauer, Charles E. Reames, J. J. Dunlap, M. C. Maupin and J. H. Thomp- son. The recovery of Mall Clerk Spiers is not expected and other, clerks are thought to be fatally Injured. . At High Speed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 October 1903

EDITION. Columbia VOL. I. NO. 15. COLUMBIA PALLS. MONTANA, OCTOBEB 10, 1903. Single Copiei 10c. So J. Grist, Tohsorial Parlors The Pioneer Shop. BEST EQUIPPED SHOP IN THE BATHS. COUNTY. LAUNDRY AGENCY. In the Bank Block. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NbTARY. Rents and Collections. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falla Montana F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly flrat-claaa professional horseshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. 1ELWU m MM CULLED FROM DISPATCHES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. TWO SALOON MEN KILLED. Creek, A Review of Happenings In Eastern and Western Hemlapheres During the Past Week—National Historical, Political and Personal Evens Tersely Told. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN . PART OF THE WORLD. . WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kalispell Remember th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 October 1903

■ Pdbi.uhbp Exmc Saturday. is’ (Columbian JfATMAl. 2,50per in adyancw 8d<biyB from date laplay—»1'. per, eqpare kla 20 ccnta per line each rates bv contract. “ Entered Jane 20.1903, at Columbia ji. Mont. aa second claw matter, Oengtess of. March 3rd, SATURDAY, OCT. 10, 1903. Stedj . the loading of your political .pun*, else there mey .be an unlqoked for recoil. i! wm baieii AS SEEN. BY- mS OLD SCOUT 'Xbpnghte reflect themselves in the tnirror of the face; be cheerful. It helps you to do business, THte advertisement is the poor business what the doctor’s medicine is to the j^a^ien^-but both must be properly prescribed. The rural mail delivery ia injurious to the merchant who does .not advertlBS— and may it grow along the same lines my.il he is entirely out of business. An East Side Farmer asks: Do an■gejs eat?" We know one'who went through a pint of ice cream, a 20-cent box of chocolates and a quart of pea- one joyous afternoon not many [.coinmonicate across the lake Htpon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 October 1903

THE ALL POME PRODUCT %VhBt Tr»n»plrod Daring ths Pa»t IVp-k »t Columbia FalU and Xlaowherc—All About KTarptblns and Eirerybody. “Mat I print a kiss on yonrlips?” I said And she nodded her sweet permission; So we went 19 press, and I rather guess Wfe^printed a fnil edition. ' "But one edition is hardly enough 11 She said with a charming pout. Suagain in piess the form was placed And w* got several “extras’’ out. Get your surplus checks cashed with Dave Hatfield. The celebrated Pete Masou has departed for Seattle, Tommy Wright, of Great Brils, was at Columbia Palls ihis week. J. H. McAfee and family are attending the State Fair at Spokane, Miss Mabie McBain visited at the county seat the first ofcthe week. Hon. H. H. Garr has returned from an tfcxtended.trip through tbe eastern states. tfbme of her Kaliepetl friends were visiting tilth Mrs. Dave Greve this week. Smith Warren, of Devenport, Pa., wants the Columbian seat ta-his address for a year. ^ M^ss Anna Knudson, of Devils Lake, is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 October 1903

11 Hill 1 ■1(11 [Bill LITTLE TOWN OF 8T. CHARLES ALMOST WIPED AWAY. Several People Killed and 28 Injured, Many Stranger*—One Whole Street Wiped Out—Property destroyed to Extent of $100,000—Cyclone In Wisconsin—Two People Killed. MACEDONIAN REFUGEES DRIVEN TO SNOWY MOUNTAINS. Even Now Are Dying at Rate of 200 a Day—Are Short Food and Clothing —Scenes of Suffering Most Horrible —Clvlllxed World Startled by the Horror. St Paul, Minn., Oct. 6.—The little town of St. Charles, In Winona county, was almost completely wiped out by a tornado. Several people were killed and 28 Injured, many of the seriously. The dead: John Ebben, Willlap Ebben, Edwin Murphy, George Jessen, William Vest of Dixon, 111.; W. O. Crittenden of Dover, Jacob Holm, a farmer. The entire main street of the town was literally wiped out, hardly a business place being left standing. Fortytwo residences also were destroyed, and the total property damage Is estl mated at $100,000. Among the buildings demolished were the Cent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 October 1903

edition. ftrtambian VOL. I. NO. 16. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. OCTOBER 17, 1903. Slade Code* ICc. Subscription Price SIM per Year J . M. Grist, Tonsorial Parlors The Pioneer Shop. BEST EQUIPPED SHOP IN THE COUNTY. BATHS. LAUNDRY AGENCY. In the Bank Block. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Renta and Collectlona. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlin & Miller Block. Practicea' in AM the Courta. Columbia Falla - • Montana F. J; Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly flreKlass professional horseshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. lEliMflHW CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National Historical, • Political and Personal Evens TerseiyTold. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted ^Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN x PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kalispell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 October 1903

!.6e kt advance 1 Within Madhya from data par aqOare ) cent* per line each Specie* rater try eantrtCot. Mont., Act of Jtftfe », 1903, at Columbia aa second class matter. Congress of March Scientists findfs that the hostility ol different cofontee of arm is odor and aige. Hamanity draws the color line on the former.- 1 Columbian K?er y problem the decision of which is of viUl importance to the government admits of but one of two answers. Kither it is or h not expedient. Thin vision of opposition and nupport is the natural basis of parties and the solidity of their opposition to each other is eminently practical and suits the aver age politician. Bat the question is whether we have not arrived at a stage when our politics must become- more theoretical ;■ when we must trust politics less to the men who say that they can; when wo must pay more attention to the thoughtful minorities and to t&'e possible combinations in' politics and less to the Ipse^tJEltTjf this or that poli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 October 1903

the all home product (1 h>t Traixplred During the Pent Week»t ColumhlH Pella and KUen-hrre—All AWout Kver^tliins and K»erybody. Vice*, like niiafortunuH, Beldam come ingly. I’.oomornngB and evil tlioughlB act in a ImiUr faBlilou. Bent Bellman. Jr., lia« rrlnrnBd from a iiuin.er tMi> lo Oliio. ^Xlie U. 8. rourt of np|>e«li lie* decided 1 at a d..g in a cliadel. •^It in now hinted that Widow’* weeds re a chu rch yard plant. G W Chaffin was a passenger for KalislafM Wednesday morning. Cail Boncber has returned from a mom h* stay at the oil Gelds. Bcott Winnettand wife attended the Fla'liaed County Fair yestcnlay. Ignorance make* a man impudent. You would think it would make him modest. *' John Spearin and Dwellia Lmigworthv madaaa trip to the WhitefUh district Wednesday. Mr*. J. T. Hutchinson and mother, Mrs. C: K. Laenger were Kalis pell visitors the forepart of the week. - Dr. C. A. Row, dentist arrived at Columbia Falls on schedule time and will rema...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 October 1903

AND RUSSIA MIGHT IN A MIX-UP YET. GET Officer* Have Been to Join Their Regiment*—Japaneee Minister in London Not So Confident of Peace as a Week Ago— Noel Commander In Chief at Chi nese Station- « I London, Oct 14.—The peculiar ofacial explanation of the postponement of the cxar's visit to Rome, “owing to circumstances over which he has no control," Is interpreted in some quarters to mean that the threatenng outlook in far eastern affairs calls for the- emperor's presence in Russia There Is no confirmation of the alarmist rumors.. At the Japanese legation last night no news had been -received of the reported ultimatum. A dispatch to the dally Mall from Kobe Oct. 12, reports that the situation is somewhat easier, but that the tone of the press Is distinctly bellicose, while the same paper's correspondent at Hood's Sarsaparilla few won success far beyond the effect of advertising only. The secret of its wonderful popularity is explained by its unapproachable Merit. Based upon a prescr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 October 1903

WEEKLY EDITION. f dmnbhm. VOL. I. NO. 17. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, OCTOBER 24, 1903. Slntlc Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2.51 per Year. J. M. Grist, . Tonsorial Parlors The Pioneer Shop. BEST EQUIPPED SjiOP IN THE BATHS. COUNTY. ! . LAUNDRY AGENCY. In the fS&nk Block. Thomas Curd, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Rents and Collections. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. if liii Mini CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres ^During the Past Week—National Historical, Political and Personal Evens Tersely Told. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. . NOTART PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falla Montana F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly first-class professional horseshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. BA N K of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted Foreign, fnd Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN i PART OF THE WORLD. WM....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 October 1903

wm*; .V 1 - ■■■I SW-o' »per year in advance [within 90 days from date >1. per square j cents per line each l rates by contract. 120,1903, at Columbia aa second class matter, Congress o£ March 3rd, i your items of news when they ; We don’t like to publish a after the cbild is weaned, a marriage after the honeymoon is over, a death after the Widow is married again, not the notice of an entertainment after the job work is done elsewhere and the editor is charged for admission. ■ 'SATURDAY. OCT. !H, 1903. iLet your lights shine before men and fiiair patronge may be depended upon Wsuppiv the necessary oil to keep the 'light burning.' It la hard for a man to climb np in - this world, biA he notices that all the *nharp twigs point upward when he comes down, especially if be loses his hold. . Nowand then you meet a man who has soured on the world and can’t tee no good in nothing and nobody. In such cases jnst^iae him np and you’ll find a chap so all-fired mean that a yallar dog w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 October 1903

-..V ■ V- HH IK IW THE AJX HOME PRODUCT ■rg lid i> -tj'l Brow .Mr K •r' ii ’f in - 'iiy. BICUBIC THAN HAMILTON. Cbarlea Fair hna jolt returned Irom an extended stay in the Sooth Fork mining district and he brings back samples of ore with him that are richer than the wonderful discoveries made during the past year at Owl Creek near rVhktTr'in'pirad Dnring the Put Week Hamilton. Mr. Fair who we might . 1 tOnt u ,,,., il P«iuen.iBi..wh.T...-*n m an old timer‘In this section of vn.ut Kv-rthta. end .eerrhod,. hM1> ro.pectad from Mexico to Dawson City and back again In the oalmy days and has made many remarkable discoveries ‘aud be is thoroughly confidsnt that he now lisa the key to the treasure vaults of the Rocky Mountains in the vicinity of Cotambls Falls ou the Soirth'Fork-of the fWhead river nesr ^wliicli place lie has for a long time inwieled (liere was a mineral belt that had been overlooked ami was worth looking into. He has now demonstrated this fact to his ...

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