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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 November 1903

'! -'v-i'-- m One Dollar In medicine must be by two things—cost and " It cannot be measured by It is greatest in that that does the most for -—that radically and peroures at the least exThat medicine is ood’s Sarsaparilla parities and enriches the blood, pimples, eczema and all eruptions, tired, languid feelings, loss of appetite and general debility "I haie taken Hood'* Sarsaparilla and toned It rallabla and Kirin* porfaet aatUtaoHen. It take* away that tired fwdln*. tlra* •nervy and pnta the blood in eood condition.Hiss Em* Colomk*. UB8 lOth Street, N. W, Waahlngton. D. 0. Hood’s Sarsaparilla premises to cure and keeps the promise,- Didactic Mamma—Now, then. Char He, don't you aamire my new silk dress? Charlie (with emphasis)—Yea, mam ma. Didactic Mamma—4fld, Charlie, all the silk la provided for us by a poor worm. Charlie—Do you mean dad.—Illustrated Bits. Perrin’s Pile Specific The nrnnuL skmsdt He Case Xxists It Will Not Care "Henry," she asked, “what would you do if brigands s...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 December 1903

weekly ELnroisr. -i ■ totembkn VOL. I. NO. 23. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, DECEMBEB 6, 1903. Slnjle Copies ICc. Subscription Price tlM per Year. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY^ Rents and Collections. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falls - - Montana F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND FEED MILL. \ Strictly first-class professional horseshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. 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 Kallspell Remember the Red Barn JOHN WEiaHTMAN/Prop. Best Equipped Livery In Flathead County. O. M. JUNKINS, Proprietor. Fresh and Cured Meats Fancy and Stample Groceries Game, oystera, .fleh, etc. Produce, vegetables and fruit Wholesale and Retail. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. A man convicted of burglary In Nebraska has appeale...

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

•:V alumbian : Satdbdat. Jt+TMBt * • • *: •» TOMOKWIOK—»S.BO per year in edvance «S. 41 notfAid within 90 days from date per aqnare Locals 50 cents per line each Special rates by contract. *»TSRTnnnfc*» display—»l. - jfatmthly. Locals 50 cents S **Entered Jane 20,1903, at Columbia fills, Mont., as second class matter, Wbder Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. DEC. G, 1903. WtU.9 TBX GOVTBNOR DID NOT SAY. . TheOoyerpor’s message is a strong, carbfptly erordad, state paper. Bat. the Colnmbian will not attempt to conceal its disappointment at the omission of tfia following paragraphs, which'it has bad in type for seyeral days. : “Conditions in Silver Bow county htpre.beeome intolerable. The people of tfHtWtlhty have shown themselves to be incapable jjf local self government. They KiiVe elected and sustain in office certain Judges of tbeif local court, who are persona non grata to a certain foreign oOrporation wbiob was organised for the pbrpOee of monoplising the busiuess of nfiQio...

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

I THE ALL HOME PRODUCT What Transpired During the Feet Week at Columbia Falla and Eliawhero—All Abont Everything and Everybody. - Joe Hntcblueon it now occupying Joo . Gentman't new dwelling. Mrs J H Edwards, of Kjtf^ell is a . gneet at the Perry home. f ‘ vlifrs Herman Selvage was a Kalispell -visttor Tuesday and Wednesday. Mw Jhflries, of Nyaclr, viaited friends at Columbia Falls during the week. Helen McBalp, visited at home Thursday. She Is attending school at KalisMr# Cora Marsh was a business visitor w»lh Mrs Newton at Columbia Falls tbit week. Miss Quranic Butler and Emmett 'Gragg afe new acquisitions to our public schools. * -r.r Miss Ethel McBain has departed foi Spokane where she will attend business dortegt.- ; Mrs Seeder h|9.returned from an extended visit to relatives In Canada. Her sister is now vislting with her beie. !?H! ffavder 4 Co', ate displaying an -entirely new and novel line of holiday goods and toys for boys and girla, young and old. ^MseJdftry E.Matthews, m...

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

chell at Trinidad. , Col., Dec. 4. — John president of the United Minora of America, has arrlred In sd and was given an enthusiastic ae by the 3000 men. women and m who had gathered at the de- “ labor leader stepped from I'ad of 30 policemen surto keep the crowd back. Ottawa University Burned. Ont, Dec. 4.—The Ottawa In this city has been toyed by fire. All that remagnificent stone building, one of the sights of the part of the city, are portions the wall. The loss Is from 1260,- ) to »300,000: insurance, »200.000. ABSOLUTE ' SECURITY, Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of 'rapper B«tow. -7 WILL BE SIGNED AND RETURNED TO MINISTER IN WASHINGTON. Consul General Gudger at Panama Will Act as Special Messenger to Insure Promp Delivery—Treaty Unanimously Approved by Government and Cabinet FOIILMUCHL FBI DIZZINESS* FBI BIUDOSIESt* j FBI TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SUN. FOR THECOMPLUIO! vx*rm —«<—ny»~T'-* CURE SICK HEADACHE. BAD BREATH _U» aiu...

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

WEEKLY ^Dinoisr. f f fioitimbian. VOL. I. NO. 24. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, DECEMBER 12, 1903. Slagle Copies Uc. SatacrirtlM Price fer Ymt. Thomas Gurol, J. P. 4 Real Estate, NOTARY, Renta and Collection*. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. * ConUn & Miller Block. Practice* In All the Courts. Columbia Falls - - Montana :/ F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAQONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly first-class professional horsesboer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOU) AVAILABLE ON AN . PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kalispell Remember the Red Barn JOHN WEIOHTMAN, Prop. Beet Equipped Livery In Flathead County. O. M. JUNKIN8, Proprietor. Fresh and Cured Meats Fancy and Btample Groceries Game, oyeters, fleh, etc. Produce, vegetables and fruit Wholesale and Retail. * COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Bmoot’e Family to Live In New York. New York, Dec. ...

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

Wrt *r year fa»-advance 00 days from date *1. per gqnare I cents per line each 1 rates by cohtract. > 20,‘1903, at Columbia as second class matter, Congress of March 3rd, IY. DEC. 12, 1003. . Her Colonleer*- v j article was: written the [ the weekend tnnee that time »and senate have been thor- bilts have all been Since the governor left the whole matter to the legislature lie probably will endorse their actions and sign the billa. ■ Some of the republican papers are claiming the present legislative session as a victory. It strikes the Colombian that if the republican party wished to score a victory they should have defeated all meausures passed. But as a matter of fact the session was non political and political lines were not very closely drawn- i 3ha present 1 yepresentatives, iKXJ nfsed: house of Montana Miss, in the language of the ; street, is -rdpad- easy.” The haste in i cut and dried measures have been lthrough the House under whip E&f Amalgamated agen...

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

ns ms THE ALL BOH£ PBODUCT Wh»t Traniplrtd Durlo* the P»*t W.»k »t Colombia Falla and^Uawb«ra..,All About KTorythin* and kvorybody, ‘Mies Francis Newton ia reported ill. I^udo(ph Bocbhorn is engaged in making ties. Dave Hatfield is ftotr-killing tit^e at Hunter Hot Springs. A grand ball is advertised for Yeoman Hall to occur Dec 16. The big four arrived at Sellman’s placeThursday evening. The supfrlntendents.’ car made its first trip to Wbiteflsh yesterday. ' A fins baby girl la reported at the residence of Mrs Kit Kitchen. Bed Hawkins is giving daily musical concerts at Lou Smiths saloon. Billy Hogue has a force of men engag-1 ed on a contract to get out logei Harry Reynolds started Thursday tnlng for his home in Kansas. ‘Mrs F M Thompson and donghter arc ‘siting with Mrs W J Whitten. Johnny Fuller was in from his Teatle mjuntlan farm Wednesday. Mrs Johnnr Lewis was a Columbia lls visitor this week from Kalispell. One liberal reward is offered for one ir of shoes. J Pierpont Morgan...

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

V / , E H. SNYDER & COflPANY Christmas Presents and I’lif Toys For All. Ladies^ and Gents' Toilet Sets,. Manicure Sets, Work Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes. Necktie Boxes, Shaving Sets, Photo Frames, Mirrors, Medallions, Ink Wdls, Albums, Autograph Albums Designs in Gold, Silver, French Stage, Ebenoid, Leather, Burnt Wood, Plush and Celluloid; Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Perfumery, j Dolls, Dressed and ~ Undressed All sizes, Games and Toys of kinds and descriptions, Smokers' Sets. » 7 Steins, • Souvenir China, Perfume Atomizers, Puff Boxes, Fountain Pens, Chatelaine Bags, Purses, Books, of every description, for old and young, Fancy Pipes, Razors and Cuttlery, Confectionery, Stationery in fancy packages, Calendars and Christmas Cards, Ornaments for Christmas Trees This Stock Comprises the Latest and Most Beautiful Christmas Presents. Come Early and Look Them Over. WE WISH YOU ALL A MERRY-MERRY CHRISTMAS Come in and get next year’s CAL ANDERS ^nd Almanacs FREE. •*_-...

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

'< -V : . 1*3*5 WEEKLY ET>nr03Sr. > ®0tewbi^it H ■ ••*"> ■< VOL. I. NO. 25. COLUMBIA PALLS, MONTANA. DECEMBER 19, 1903. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Renta and Colleetlona. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practices In All the Courta. Columbia Falls - • Montara F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly first-class professional horse■hoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange^ DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN . PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashlsr. Sinik Copies lie. Subscription Price J2JI per Year. IMIHI ini ■m CULLED FROM DISPATCHES O THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. When at Kallspelt Remember the Red Barn JOHN WEIOHTMAN, Prop. Best Equipped Livery In Flathead County. O. M. JUNKIN8, Proprietor. Fresh and Cured Meats Fancy and Stample Groceries Game, oyst...

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

p«r yew, in advmcB 90 dayg from dale -dlepltv—4U per . square Kali tO cent* per line each Special rate* by contract. I June 20.1903, at Columbia ae- aecond .claas matter, Congreea ol March 3rd, 64TI7I(DA¥ ..DEC. 19, 1903. will be*;Southern social,at the 'fark chnrih on Tuesday evening 22. It Jb ,to be all southern style. tMn 0 Christie of that yiduity sends ■an invitation to the yoprejolka of. Colombia FaUa^sking all who can to come. ■ With the metropolitan press qf the .-state completely discredited, at home and abroad, by reason of its eh am dee 8 iserrility to Standard Oil interests,- and 7 .— »the in famous history of this “motber of ingly told Pat that he would ha .trusta" being dlSctiseed among .'the jieo- . pie aa never before, there is reason for ^consternation and alarm in the Amalga- mated caicp. \ ^The men of Stiver Bow, but a small percentage of. whom have been in his employ, baye made-it possible for Heinze •to stay in- the fight, untU thoughtful men, both in and out of...

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

THE WIT.D HOUSE B'JCKAUOO TOWN. THE ALL HOME PEODUCT What Tranaplrsd Dnrtay Wv« Patt Week, at Columbia Falla and KUewhere—All A beat Everything and Ererjboilr. .1 C OhhIi'v, foriuotiy a'Broncho BucV the county thii week whan the cirmniso....f.h. dr.*. i-tnin- liR* inm rrturoed loner, in reepanee to nuwerouely «<gned petition., created Whiled.h townehip carving it out of Columbia Falle town aro<> of ili. giiai i-htui- liRa]'u.i returned from the Oil Field, of the North Pork where he 'fnia l«rn doing repreaenting work for‘-Cmpt Hilman.” Ho .aid up on the Oil Field where he ha» l>een work-1 ■— ing ilio .mar eear. ely corera the ground. Voo of Columbia lown.hip lying west of Wio? Me? It Yeoman Rec Sl.t. ' Well, I’ve got one good friend. A«k Keboe. <;.,y t<Am Weightman wa. in ifroni KAIispell Tiiirrsdav. The Juvenile IhincIng'Doo. At Nut-ter’.-Hnil Dec. 25ih. J C Kennedy was a wealbound posa•nger for Kalispell Friday. Nine...

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

E. H. SNYDER & COflPANY Christmas Presents and Toys For All. Ladies' and Gents'. Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Work Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Necktie Boxes, Shaving Sets* Photo Frames, Mirrors, Medallions, Ink Wells, - • Albums, * Autograph Albums Designs in Gold, Silver, French Stage, Ebenoid, Leather, Burnt Wood, Plush and Celluloid; Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Perfumery* J "I 1 - * \ Dolls, Dressed and Undressed All sizes, Games and Toys of kinds and descriptions, Smokers' Sets, Steins,. Souvenir China, Perfume Atomizers, Puff Boxes, Fountain Pens, Chatelaine Bags, Purses* Books, of every description, for old and young, „ Fancy Pipes, Razors and Cuttlery, Confectionery, Stationery in fancy packages, Calendars and , Christmas Cards, Ornaments for Christmas Trees This Stock Comprises the Latest and Most Beautiful Christmas Presents. Come Early and Look Them Over. WE WISH YOU ALL A MERRY-MERRY CHRISTMAS Come in and get next year's CAL ANDERS and Almanacs FREE. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 December 1903

WEEKLY ? EDnrOlSr. VOL. I. NO. 26. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, DECEMBER 26, 1903. Slagle Copies He. Subscription I Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Renta and Collections. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBUO. Conlln & MlUer Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falla Montana F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WACONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly flratclaas professional horaaahoer win be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. HANQINQ OF THE HOLLY. Wttb Felly I chanced t* be handns the With Polly, the rofulah, with Polly, the With Polly, who’s brlmmlnc with frolic and A quip on her Up and a Jest In hee eye. The wind. It was rrierlng, and shadow, were weerina Their dark web wlthont o'er the face of Within It was merry with frees leaf and And Polly, close by, with a fleam In her eye. •Tbla holly. I know, air, yon wish mistletoe, slrr Cried Polly, as o’er ns a wreath wo hnnf I looked at her, lanfhlnf, to aee were she COSloQf. And oh. what a glint ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 December 1903

lling atrlogwscy the Ceiombian was anr considerable agllta tbia year bat Miter stroke ot lack we a£le to make a selection ol presents to sdmeof our neardearest frelnds "and ardent supSome ol the preaenu, ol coarse, landsome than others and then be more fitting than the resf; r _,no jealpa#y has so far been reaad.sarely does not exist in the ol the truely righteous, therefore any ol.oar Iriends are missed or if yonr is not as good as the other fel member that oar rceoarees, as tviously stated, areeomewhatstratued 1 we might farther add that the machirf for making fancy holiday articles ?t bees-properly oiled since the laat to Whitefiabi We Ubat Tory einthat the presents will be received the same hearty good will that they __ given and intended and besidee wishling all oar natrons and friends a happy -»'* prosperous New Year the following luxuries are indoded in the wish : t Colombia Falls—An early spring and jlth it a passenger division and a north and sooth road. Kennedy Addition—Ma...

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

■1L H ns rHE ALL HOME PBODUCT •»t TranupIreiJ Darirts the {>»•> Woe||F ‘ ColnmbU Full, jwd Kiiawhor'#'-'—All Iboat everything and Everybody. i tried to kill him with a lookhat was the plan— It «he waa crow eyed, and it took Itnother man. enalon day haa eome and gone again. . man of gennine narre and courage kr threaiena. Ira Mitchell, from Deer Park, was a jlnmbia Palls visitor Tuesday. bur Clair abed bia whiskers and died in a load of atraw Tuesday. Ir Abbott, the engineer of the Home, I a distinguished visitor Wednesday. tt is understood to be a Act that Bant Jllman’s Jetter from home conuined no e *‘ ' fl Walter and two sons have taken a ; to ffan* 2,000,000 feet of logs on [.lower Flathead. [Mrs Gland Burr was th la week granted (divorce from her huabaftd in the dla l coart at iCallspelh I Eugene Oougon, from Birch Creek on i East fiide; visited with Mr and Mrs (rank Boyle last Sunday. I Aaron WajUilr hae tsken a big loggina Dtract from Mrs Sullivan who res...

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

n iim ill mtiiM I AND THIRTY INJURED, AT CON- NELL3VILLE, PA. | Baltimore A Ohio Flyer Craehed Into Pile of Lumber—The Killed Were Moetly Foreiflnere—Were Roaeted Alive—Tom J. Baum a Hero—Not a Woman Fatally Injured. ' \ Connellsville. Pa., Dec. 25.—With terrible crash the Duquesne Limited, the fastest through passenger train from Pittsburg to New York on the Baltimore & Onlo, plowed Into a pile of lumber at Laurel Run, two miles west of Dawson, at 7:45 o'clock at night, and It is esUmated that fully 60 lives were lost and 30 persons were Injured. Roaated to Death. The killed were mostly foreigners, who were In the smoking car Just back of the baggage car. They were literally roamed to death, the baggage and smoking car telescoping the engine and immediately catching fire. Many of their bodies are lying burned | to a crisp in the baggage room of the Baltimore & Ohio depot to be removed later to the different undertaking shops of the city. pressure will be bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 January 1904

•• S'- • A" Men&tWk w-hulicly EDmoisr. Coltunbian VOL. I. NO. 27. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JANUARY 2, 1904. Tf MS SHHY CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. .A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hemisphere* During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Ex-Governor Isaac Sharp, of Kansas, Is dead, aged 71 years. Prince Ourosoff, the new Russian ambassador io Italy, has arrived In Rome. Cardinal Rampolla, former papal secretary of state. Is suffering from a slight attacl of Influenza. * Major Malcolm McDowell, widely known as an Iron and steel expert. Is dead, at the age of 75 years. The trustees of Albert Lea college of Minnesota, have mado an assignment for the beneflt of Its creditors. The striking feature of the official statement of the New York associated banks last week was the increase of 113,622,600 in loans. A new railroad 350 miles long from St. Petersburg to Vitbsk has been opened to traffic. It w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 January 1904

1 Columbian SEH 55 r Satdmat, , per yeer in advance wMtfiu Wdays from date w -gl. per aqnsre centa per lino each JpeoUl rates by contract. --ciiHjrwi June 20, 1603, at Columbia Falla- Mont., at aecond class matter nnder Act of Otmgrts? of March 3rd; } ' . SATURDAY. JAN. 2, 1904. . _8ogie paople have the patience of —when the bolls are on the other Mi StiM MAID THAT , Some husbands 1 income is between one and fonr in the morning. Some very old college* still retain their fjllcnltiM. . Some people aro so disgusted with the World that it they could stop it they’d get off. Some girls leave everything to their pap*$- but their beaax would rather their papas would leave everything to them. Some young people think love is too , *}rfous a thing to be treated lightly; that’* why they want to tarn down the gas. SOtne widow np in Vermont erected a tombstone' for her loving husband bearing inscription, "fees* in peace until we meet again.” Soma people thiak economy means saving money and never ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 January 1904

C&mXk- 'ZSZl ' - V, ■’■KiZK- .. ,: v i ~i— nil B in THE ALL HOME PBODT7CT Wh«t Tranaplrcd Daring the Put Week nt Colnmbln FelU and KUewhere---All About Everything; and Everybody. Bob Main waa a west Jbound passenger Tuesday. Geo Baker still continues very ill with rheaumatiam. Dr Robinson made a professions!’visit to Kalispell Monday. Miss Sadie Newton entertained friends from Kalispell Xmas. The Whiteside children are gneste at the Talbott home this week. We wootcfti’t mind if D A Snyder would botcher another beef. J N Swacston is due hpRie from alone stay at the Kintla Lake Oil' Fields. 'Napoleon Hudon made a trip to his ranch near TsbacetrPlains this week. 3 Sf Vail lost a very valuable horse Monday. The animal fell in an old well. G N Mansfield is now batching and making ties' on fris ranch near Wbitefph. Tom Lee, the farmer king of the east side, was doing business in town Monday. Curley Temple, one of the boys from the west end of Jhe county, wds shaking paws with ...

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