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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 January 1904

UGHT TWO ARGENTINE WARSHIPS AT GENOA. ■ Japanese Government Demands a^ Reply From Russia In a Month’s Time —Russians Will Not Loavo Manchuria—Russian Minister Says Thst Evacuation Is Now an Impossibility. London. Dec. 30.—According to the Dally Chronicle, the Japanese government outbid the Russian government and actually purchased the Argentine warships Moreno and Rivadivia, both ot which are now nearing completion at Genoa. Other papers print a report that the Japanese ministerial council has decided to transfer t25.000.000 from the educational fund for emergency purposes. The Dally Telegrapus Toklo correspondent says tnat after the meeting of the ministerial council the emperor entertained the councillors at luncheon. The cabinet then held a sitting which was prolonged until late at night. The correspondent says that the finance minister on Saturday en tertained the leading bankers at din her for the purpose of discussing with them the best means of meeting the emergency. Continui...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 January 1904

EDnroisr. Coltunbian urn VOL. I. NO. 28. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, JANUARY 9„1904. Single Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2.50 per Year. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, _ NOTARY. Rents and Collections. COLUMBIA FILLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBUC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falls - - Montana F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly first-class professional horseshoer wifi 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 Bam JOHN WEIQHTMAN, Prop. Best Equipped Livery In Flathead County. O. M. JUNKIN8, Proprietor. Fresh and Cured Meats FATAL CRUSH AT WOODBRIDGE. Explosion Wrecked Hotel-Thirty Persons Injured. Woodbridge, N. J., Jan. 4.—An explosion wrecked the hotel and hall of Joseph Galalda and more or less seriously Inj...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 January 1904

■ Columbian It ATMS t •tnwcMiTiox—|?.60 per year in advance $8. if not paid withru 90 days from date of anbecribing. ADrsmsma—display—tit- per square monthly. ' Locals 20 ceiiU per line each insertion. Special rates by contract. "Entered Jane 20, 1903, at Columbia Falls, Mont., as second class matter, 'under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879.” 71 * r ' • * • • -- f OCR M.altBINO Mini.! -,Tfm big flouring mill atpolambia Falls ,is to start operation in the near fata re. .The third meeting of a large nnmlier of the most prosperous farmers of the ‘east aid* was held at Bad Rock Thursday ' ui£ht gnd'‘a combine formed by which | ^,(X)6 was raised,jutd 10,000 bnshels of ' wheat purchased at 76 cents per boshel. The deal incfudee a iease to the farmerp of the present largo flooring mill at '£oTdmhia Falls which same has been r ldls for tbe past few years while under a lease to a big milling company who refused to operate it. • '.vyhe ajmpany,now formed and soon to ,b6in charge will immedi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 January 1904

THE ALL HOME PBQDUCT What Tran«plr«<i During *h« Taxt AVcnk •at Cotiunbla/BalU and KUewhere—All Vtbout ETerythlns and Everybody. 0 H Poss was a Kaliapell visitor, en > the Clb. ‘Frank Hofteli is quite sick with throat trouble. F A Brown and wife are pporfdiqg *he winter at Havre. V dark Robideau dresssed up and went to Kalispell Friday. Wa Leofllor is again onreJledaaapopil in^fra Jai-ks room. ’ ’William Whiteside, of Kaligpell, was in town ibis week. Rev Craven held Quartly meetinfc ’At Elk Park Saturday. Arthur Mattlce made a trip to the county seat Tuesday. . ■Charles Foster is now a student of Kalispell Husiijsss College. Helen Snlvage^sufTored several days with ear ache this’vveek. Mrs Corliett'Spent. several days in Kalispell the past week. Mr and Mrs Lon Meader were -paset engsrs to Kalispell Friday. \ Mrs Art Foster visited with Mrs Jack Louis of Kalispell this week. • AN Smith and wife are the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy. 0 School commenced Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 January 1904

I ;*- K:v- •• I'' -. CAPITOL BUILDING, SALEM, OREGON. A Letter From the Governor of Oregon. Perona is known from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Letters of congratulation and commendation testifying to the merits of Parana as a catarrh remedy are pouring in from every state in the union. Dr. Hartman is receiving hundreds of such letters daily. All classes write these letters, from the highest to the lowest. The outdoor laborer, the indoor‘artisan, the clerk, the editor, the statesman, the preacher—all agree that Peruna is the catarrh remedy of the age. The stage and rostrum, recognising catarrh as their greatest enemy, are especially enthusiastic in thefr praise and testimony. Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh. Catarrh is well nigh universal; almost omnipresent, Peruna is the only absolute safeguard known. A cold is the beginning of caUrrh. To prevent eolds, to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out of its victims. Peruna not only cures catarrh, but prev...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 January 1904

Eornoisr. MenMfk VOL. I. NO. 29. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, JANUARY 16, 1904. Single Copies 10c. Subscription Price $150 per Ye, mmn m mm CULLED FROM DISPATCHES ( THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Heppenlnpe In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. The O. R. & N. 'will soon start construction on its extension from Raparia, along the Snake river, to Lewiston', Idaho. % Ruth, daughter of ex-President Cleveland, died at the Cleveland home recently. Death was very sudden and unexpected and oame as a result of wkok heart action, due to a' light attack of diptheria. She was 15 years of age. Several of the Rousoh Manufacturing company of Chicago, had to jump for their lives to escape Are recently, which followed an explosion in the third and fourth stories of the plant One man was killed, hut the others are believed to have escaped. Eleven students of the University of Washington have been suspe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 January 1904

’ SATURDAY. JAN. 16, 1904. ife I The leading dailies of MonUna, reel their polilical pretentions, »Eardly attempted to disguise the t that they are 8obeid>aQd''or owned r this or that capitalist or corporation, of them have attempted to i control of the press by great I aa-tieneficiai to the public, : h«Ve disjjbfted^dwMnt people by idiotic.drivel. Intelligent people, lidth good and bad, are fully aware of the power, for a free and untrammpeled {Mess, and they know that any man or f corporation whose business methods require biniorjt.to control the press is ^cttiatad'^ythe same motives that impel burglar to wear a mask. ^Weill has made a very. In the of January 9th itf saya: “With exception of the Great Falls Tribune (the Democraltfc daily papers of tana) represent nothing: Their in fluence is a negative quantity so far as the good of the party and of the state is i concerned.” There can be no question as to his ompetency to testify upon this point. .1 <or he h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 January 1904

. THE All HOKE PRODUCT ^ Wh»t Tnnaplrad Durln* the P»»t Weak ■t Colombia Falla and El.owhera—All AUost Erorythlng and Evarjrbody* Harrey Canningham i» much better Mr* Frank Coombs wa* ve<V eick last | week. Dr C A Row will return in> about ten Idayi. Mra Dr Gragy [■ counted with the | tick thia week. Mrs Geo E Snyder was a visitor in I towa Thursday. fluent Sellman, Sr., caught 70 fish'yeesrday afternoon. Lewis Header will have fresh Olympia yatew Monday. Mi'S Frank Polhamns has bren on thi lick list this week. Mrs Haakill was a guest of the J Patti i home in KsIWpell.'.Relatives from Porlland, Oregon, are ilting with Mrs*Lewis Header. Mrs R W Maine was confined to her on several days with tae gripp. The little dsughter of Mr and Mrs well of the Stats Mill'is very sick. J H Boucher spent the past week at i for the first time in nearly six bntbs. H 8 Ott, engineer for the Nathan Cptt Mill, was a Columbia Falls visitor puling the week. It is reported that Art Haa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 January 1904

“My mother was troubled with consumption for many years. At last she was given up to die. Then she tried Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, and was speedily cured.” D. P. Jolly, Avock, N. Y. No matter how hard your cough or how tyng you have had it, AyeV§ Cherry Pectoral is the best thing you can take. It’s too risky to wait until you have consump- i. If Cherry Pectoral at once. Ttot. abe>: Kc., 5»c.. $1. ail itninlitt. tion, today, 1 you are coughing get a bottle of SS.SIarS'.S Loavo it with him. \V« are 'rllHn*. J. C. AVER CO.. Lowell. Mau. COLUMBIA IB MAKING ACTIVE PBEP AEATION 8. They Have 4000 men Tttnmati Under Three of Her Best Oencroln - Well Armed —'Indian Chief Belle Small Canoes to be Ueed by Army - Warehipe Depart From Colon. The girl to whom the old bachelor had finally proposed looked worried. “I am trying to make up my mind,” she said. "And it is so hard,”_ said her triend. "Very hard. Yon see he has lots of money, but no bad habits. ” “Do yon -want him to have bad ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1904

WEEKLY 'FTDTTTOlSr. t fflolnm 3 VOL. I. NO. 30. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JANUABY 28, 1904. Slagle Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2.50 per miw ntBUmii 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 Events Tersely Told. The San Francisco Examiner announces the failure of Seymour R. Church, the California pig Iron merchant, the liabilities being placed at $320,000. C. E. Bacon and A. H. Butler, president and cashier of the Lockport, 111., bank, which recently failed, have been Indicted on a charge of embezzlement. General John C. Black, recently appointed a member of the civil service commission, has taken the oath of offlee and will at once enter upon his duties. The supreme court has Issued the mandate committing Blanche Boise to Jail for 30 days and to pay a fine of $100. This Is the affirmation of the district court sentence wherein Miss Boles was sente...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1904

SATUBTUY. JAN. 23,-1904. WM.I. HEINZE STAND THE CBCCXAL TEST? This question, Miewrixt in the affirm- * stive, means much to him and vaHtly ’ more to the people o! Montana and the "'•country at large. Unfortunately, it can only be answer- ' «d hy theitest itself. The moat effect We *'talk-.that has b«en made against him by ijis adveraaries, is upon the line that '•when heiias used .the people of Montana * to enable .him to get his terms, that he ' wilTtapitulate to the Standard Oil Co., ‘'’•a jCores’offltrong men, in other states, 1 have already done. SCbe'^&lief is wide-spread among the 1 people/,'that this company with its re 1 ■eources, can make terms with any man Vfhendt desires to do so. It may he safely taken for granted that an overwhelming majority of this and other f states, are opposed to Standard Oil meth- ' oSla. It-may also bo taken for granted, that th$ average voter knows that this corporation can'otlly bo suixessfully re r Minted, in any thing it sets out ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1904

XHE ALL HOHB ' PKODTJCT What Tramplrod Daring tho Punt Work ’ at Columbia FalHaUd EUewhere—All A lout BTorj-thlng and Kvorybody. JSIr# J H Boucher in reported quite ill. Dr and Mrs Gragg were Kalispell visitors Thursday. CEBe Kussla-Japan war scare^aa been 'worked for all it is worth. Mrs J Ball-wM -confliMd' to her 1wd several days Hie past week. Grandma Walker is slowly recovering. Uara her hard spell of sickness. Hiram Kitchen is home to .spend Sunday with his wife and babies. Rny Lnta, who has been quite sich is mnch improved at present writing. Mrs J Stewart fell and hurt her side quite badly the lore part of the week. Ward Styles and Fay Clayton were *t the big town of Whltefish last Sunday. Mrs Frank Boyle who cut her foot badly last week, Is recovering very rapidly. Harvey Parker hurt bis side severely Wednesday by falling through the llift In a barn. Mrs Hiram Kitchen sprained her ankle last Sunday while enjoying the pleasant day. President Smith of tho I 0 of R's wss solic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1904

. -*£31 TV OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA How He Escaped the Terrors of Many Winters by Using Pe-ru-na Brock's Age Is 115 Years , Mr. Isaac Brock, Bom In Buncombe Co., N. C., March 1, 1788. His age Is 115 years, vouched for by authentic record. He says: “I attribute my extreme age to the use of Peruna.” HvS' with hi* (On In l»w at Valley Mm*. Tex X »hort time a#o. by requoit. Unol* Xaaao oam* to VPlaoo and eat tor hi* plo- Bom_ before the United States was formed. Saw 22 presidents elected. Pe-ru-na has protected him from all sudden changes. Veteran of four wars. Shod'a horse when 89 years old. Always conquered the grip with Pe-ru-na. Witness in a land suit at the age of 110 years. Believes Peruna the greatest remedy of the age for catarrhal diseases. a oltl*«n of ha* Uvad for U ahaa w 111 yaara. raaldad at Roaqna of Waoo. tat now tura. In hi* hand h* held a »t!ck out from th* grav* of General Andrew Jaok■on. which ha* bean carried by him arer •Inoa. Mr. Brock. U a dl*nlfled old «antleman. i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1904

VOI.I. NO. 32 COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, FEBRUARY 6, 1904 Slnfle Copin Me. Price 52.50 per Year. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Rente and Collections. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practlcee In All the Courts. Columbia Falls - • Montana F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND PEED MILL. Strictly first-class professional horseshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Tranaacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN. PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kallspell Remember the Red Barn JOHN WEIQHTMAN, Prop. Beet Equipped Livery In Flathead County. O. M. JUNK|NS, Proprietor. Fresh and Cured Meats. Fancy and Stample Groceries Game, oysters, fish, etc. Produce, vegetables and fruit. Wholesale and Retail. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Dan Bagcell and T. B. Garrison of Spokane, who are Interested In the big Nahcotta point oyster beds o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1904

a. . ". / -ty; - . ’... •• -X. ’ -.‘.vA.-* sr year in advance 90 days from date —11. per square cents per line each rates by contract. I Jnne 20,1903, at Columbia aa second class matter, Congress of March 3rd, SATt ROAY. FEB. 6, 1904. 1 it ever-dawn on the general public t Colombia Falls is the junction with the mam line and'the north and souih It doesn’t matter whether the 1 ia buile-from Kalispell or any where ■else the fact of the junction ia already 'Settled and the Columbian ia certain that the farther fact ie settled that the pro iposed road will leave the main line right ■at the already permanently established junction. As soon as the two roads now tinder ooustrnction arc complete Columbia Falls will be the commercial center «f the Flathead valley. People on the outside who have for a long time looked upon Columbia Falls as a dead town | may smilo at these facts but they will ■soon find them a cold stern reality. <Colnnibia Falls is certain to become the most impor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1904

THE ALL HOME PRODUCT (rjiat Tranaplroil During tlio mat Week at Columbia Fall* and KDowIutc—All About Kvarj-thlng and Kror> body. ■C 8 Garret is homo from Gslattii. 3 H Boticher is laid up with a lama Wk. - Mrs Rosa Holt,'ll drove .kiuwc to I>aSail* Weduecday.'. FraiJk Coombs and wife ware Kalispoll 'Aisitora lastSatardav. Mrs Jus Kenneilv sovred tea to tlie Ladies aid Wednesday. Slisij Marie Locfiler spent several days in Kalispoll visiting friends. Prof Kendal),-of Knlispetl spent Sonday with friends in the Falls. Chas Fair is harvesting his crop of furs in the .Smith Fork district. Don’t pass up those nice •Olympias at the Glut). Oti'tap all next week. Irp Phillips has secured a position with the hig flooring mill eomimnv. Phil Geifer. tho <ildifore«t ranger from Bear Creek, was in town Thursday. Yim O'llrieri wa» in from Loodfiskit Thortday and ofiiciuted at the hig fire. It is generally reckoned that the saints’ day comes on the 14tli day of Feb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1904

iBDICAJU EXAMINER Of the United States Treasury Recommends Pe-ru-na. Other Prominent Physicians Use and Endorse Pe-ru-na Dr. Llewellyn Jordan, medical exam- iner of the U. 8. treasury department, graduate of Columbia college/,and who •erred three years at West Point, has the following to say of Peruna: ••Allow me to express my gratitude to you for tho benefit derived from your wonderful remedy. One short month has brought for tiro vast change and I now consider myself a well man after months of suffering. Fellow sufferers, Peruna will cure you.” A constantly increasing number of physicians prescribe Peruna in tbeir practice. It has proven its merits so thoroughly that even the doctors have overcome, their prejudice against socalled patent medicines and recommend it to their patients. Pernna occupies a unique position in medical science. It is the only internal systemic catarrh remedy known to the medical profession today. Catarrh, as every one will admit,.is the cause of one-half th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1904

\ EDrrroisr. VOL. I. NO. 33. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. FEBRUARY 13, 1904. Slatle Copie* IQc. Snbscriptkm Price S2J4 per Ycsr. $75,000,000 BALTIMORE FIRE BUSINESS SECTION ENTIRELY SWEPT AWAY BY FLAMES Conflagration Rages, With Fire Department Unable to Resist It—Qty is Doomed. No Fatilities as Yet Reported. Baltimore, Feb. 8.—Twenty blocks building occupied by the Associated of the most modern and substantial fress took Ore and the employes were = at from 830,000,000 to 810,000,000, le i e g ra pti instruments, typewriters were destroyed by fire which broke and other valuable equipment, out at a few minutes before 11 The city hospital, corner of Calvert O’clock Sunday morning In the whole- Peasant streets, U removing to , other hospitals as rapidly as possible tbe 24 patients In that Institution. John T. sale dry goods house of Hurst & Co. It has raged with unrestrained fury continuously ever since, and at midnight It Is still unchecked, but Is steadily eating . Its consum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1904

rywrin'advBntwi from date V „ per ■• square i cents per llrfe each by'contract. I 2di'lfl09, -at* Columbia aS' secorfa chrtB matter, Congress of March Sri!, SATCnfCAY, FEB. 13, 19W. - sCoWmbian iS advised that on or* t th* 1st of March aAdfly newspaper F be known as “The Evening News,” I vflH make its first appeatartce in Bntto 1 The new paperwill.bl* under tlie munsgef rtent of Hon J M Kennedy, than whom [ jCSw pnblfc men in the stace'of SfonlSna, better or more favorably known. [ Mr Kennedy, was present at the birth : of Anaconda, Standard, 1 and was its [ bnsiness manager for'snvetl years. He [ is a veteran in the ranks of'newspaper having been in the service for tfcenty years. Mr R R Kilroy, the present editor of the Reveille, wifi have editorial charge of the new daily. The new-comer will have th'e Scripps McRae News service, and will be indeJ pendent and feat-bras in nil matters of public'interest. This is high ground, and if the Evening Nows can take it and Iflaihtain'll,Tt w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1904

• >'V8 THE ALL HOME PRODUCT Khat Transpired During the PaM>%V«ek fct Columbia Falla ami KlBewhpro---All ■About KveryttyjiB loul Krtirybodr. [-Red Ham wm out caUine last evening. [ Lew[g Mender made a btisiness trip to l county’s hub yesterday. \ J Dave Urere lias serared a patent to |U land and it bears the genuine eig of sklent Roosevelt. | The Matthews orchestra played m a I at Yeoman Hall recently and nil ere pleased with t he music. Mrs Nathan R-ott fa reported HI. ileal aid was summoned from town, vernl times dining the week. | Pele Gillen depart'd Tuesday {or a Ip to Groat Falls and other pbintweast. Ie will be absent several week*. Fishing.is still good in the river and It i reported that the water in iho Flaii is still UowIngMndor the bridge. DheCampIn the Mountains" one of Deerf'Klt Series, is wanted at the olumliian office for a special purpose. J 8 Walter, .Sr., spent three days in (own the firstnf the-week on account of [lie prevailing b»d weather d...

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