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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1904

JMMIW1 r LAND MEN IN BATS 01 PORT ARTHUR. ; Inflicted on Russian Navy bj apaneara Dnrins' First Battle Extensive Thsn Flrat Hcporl-ed-If Battle‘Had Been In D^ep Bos Russian’* Buffered Heavier Boss. London. Feb. 11.—A special dlspatoK Irom Port Arthur says the Japanest fleet attempted Wednesday to land moi S in several bays in the neighborhood o' Port Arthur under the protection of tin guns of cruisers. It is asserted.however, that all the attempts we^ iiuaaucessiul Chefoo, Feb. 10.—"I am told by s Japanese official they (the Japanese warships that attack Port Arthur)havi gone to sea to coal from their colliers We may expect them to return t< Port Arthur'at any moment to comploti theri .work. Nobody hero doubts they will Rapture or destroy the entire Russian fleet, while the fate of Port Atrhui is practically sealed. DOUGLAS STORY.” The damage done to the Russians yesterday In Port Arthur by the Japanese fleet under Vico Admiral Tog- . is far more extensive than at first r...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1904

EEKXiY EBmOIsr. mimn. VOL. I. NO. 84. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, FEBRUARY 20. 1904. Single Copies 10c. SubscripUoo Price $150 per Year. iiiiiMi w aiii CULLED FROM DISPATCHES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Paet Week—National Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. lu a Are which started over the Jewelry store of Bloomfield Bros., at Mon treal, two men and a woman were burned to death. Six others were rescued in.a serious condition and removed to a hospital. The American National bank of Syracuse, N. Y. has been closed by National Bank Examiner Joseph Van Raukin No statement of the bank’s condition has been given out. The adjutant general’s office in Denver, has received word from the war department that an allottment of nearly $250,00 has been made for the reconstruction of the Whipple barracks. In Arizona. "Automobiles will soon be taking the place of wagons on many farms in the United States and Canada," d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1904

Ha—dfaplay—ft. . Locals 20 cents per line each Special rates by contract. ‘•Entered jone 20, 1903, at Colombia Falls, Mont., as second class mutter, Under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879;” NEILL IN VEESE KINDLY lOXAIRE.” (Closing Stanza) "Taffy was a financier, Smooth beyond liclicf; Taffy sought a taiiff law And cornered all the beef. I went to Taffy’s house Determined it to wreck, But Taffy took a campaign fund And smote me on the neck.” —The Press, Feb. 12,1904. . Question. Who is Taffy7 Answers td this question will be published in the Columbian in its regular issue of March 5, and any one guessing correctly can have the Columbia^ for one year for $2 60. This is a square business propo-- ilion. Try your luck. SATURDAY. FEB. 20, 1904. At Mr Rockefeller is interested in edit cationnl matters, some one ought to suggest to him that the History of the Standard Oil Co., by Ida M Tarbell in McClure’s Magazine, putin pamphlet form, Would be a great campaign document, and ihat-ite fre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1904

-;v V Itt «IMS THE AIL ^tOME PEODUCT .What TranapIrad'DarlnK the Pnat Week at Colunibla-Falla ami Elaewhere—AH About Everything and Everybody. .Axel litinn is co*fined to ■hi* \ooxn •Avlth a-veiy limie back. ; • r ^ - v , - N Pete Mmikoii, a cousin of George, is a Into nrriva) from Colorado. Kev H O Perry arcompanied Rev R M •Craven to Kalispeil Monday. 'Gus Helier gladdened the iieart of the_, {trinter Thnrsday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Wm Rend depariedfWed- . trip to Qpokane. '/ one of llie^prodncla of ry Herd this week. Mr and Mrs Wm ■ -aad.^or^trip to / 'Twin calves'in or Mengon Bros Dairy Mongon Bros desire to nnnonnco that -tbey have wood to sell and deliver on Abort notice. Where will he a big dance at Yeoman ■Hall on Washington's birthday, next Monday evening. E L Parker has opened the Club Cafe •at Conrad, Montana and is meeting wnili excel lent* success. Orders for wood from Hutchinson's •yard can be left at Mains or Poss's or at the Sellmnn stable. Billy Parsons has about rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1904

■Y' NTER scomng ss»CATARRH Every Catarrh sufferer dreads the coming of winter, for with the first breath of the ice-king ” this miserable disease is fanned into life and all the disgusting symptoms return. The nostrils are stopped up and the throat can be kept clear of mucous secretions only by continual hawking and spitting. Catarrh is a nuisance and source of annoyance, nofi only could NOT hear the tick or > to the one who has it, but everybody w ._ ‘j’"*’*:,,.. „ > else. The thick, yellow discharge ^ 8 ^ n,own '* P *-■ ,ulJ, ^ ,90J - from the head produces a feeling of i have used 8.8.8. for Oatarrh of th* personal defilement, and the odor of { e n n n "£££i d grJSSZ* the breath is almost intolerable. The catarrhal poison brings on Stomach troubles and affects the Kidneys and Bladder. It attacks the soft bones and tissues of the head and throat, causing total or partial deafness, the loss of smell, and giving to the voice a rasping, nasal twang. No part of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1904

WEEKXTST EDITION. WAR NEWS. It is announced that the Russians have captured the British steamer Booalie., from Cardiff to Vladivostok, at the latter place. Minister Hayashi’s latest advices lead him to believe that the Japanese troops may wait two or three months before undertaking an aggressive move ment in Manohnria. The Japnaese feel that Russia cannot be ready even by that time. They say all their advices show that she is less prepared than was China in 189fi. It is reported at Seoul that the Russians are now south of Anju, which is about one third the distance between the Valu river and SeouL . From activity at headquarters of the Japanese it is believed a general advance of the Japanese army will begin immediately and that a battle is imminent. It is said the Russians are steadily advancing southward. Six hundred are reported to have reached 8unchin and other scouting parties oro now said to be immediately south of Anju. The Russians wounded in the Chemulpo action have been re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1904

Columbian tVbtttjukn Eveky S'AYubdat. : . BAtKS: rtBBCJUTOOT—12;60 per year in-adsanou if^riot paid within 00 days from date &2$Zl -display—?1. pof square Lot&ls ‘20 cents per line eacli Special rates by contract. Entered June 20. 1903, at Columbia Mont., as second class matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATURTTAY. FEB. 27, 1904. , Paradoxical'as itmay seem, this age erf general progress, a large jart of the dtiliied world feSems ready to unsheathe the sword, if necessary to checTt Rossian enterprise. Johd Brisben Walker, .in the February Cosmopliton, under title, “Yhe Conquest of Asia by Rusaia, makes it clear that the construction of ^he Trans-Siberian railway, - by Russia Blast be regarded by Japan iuidEngland as a cause for war. After a cursory review of Russia's march across Asia since 1581, speaking of ‘ this •enterprise', he Bdys; “Prior to 1035, Russia had been permuted to work out htfr designs uninterruptedly. The world at largo knew nothingofher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1904

‘ fill NiS 113 THE ALL HOME PRODUCT What Trm»«j>lrad Daring tlw Part Wrck at Colombia Fallaand Elaswhcrc—All About Krorythlog and Kvary body. ' - Jack Robideau wav down to^Kiilispidl Sntuftlay. .. Mr*-Con. Walter was a visitor in tb*rii Wtdnraday. . Mr* A G Foster was a county seat visitor Monday. Then Christensen has returned from the Oil Fields. There wsa a small sited blizzard Wednesday afternoon, J J Fitzpatrick made a business trip to Kkllspell Thursday. Why does Prof Kendall come to Colulbbia Falls bo often? Roth Kruger is absent from school on account of a very Bore eve. The quarantine was lifted from the Cunningham home Monday. Hiram Kitchen, of Whitehall, spent Sunday with his familv in the Falls. Aits Clarrisae Ttdbott 1ms returned from an extended visit in California. Mra J T Stewart and Mrs J H Boucher were ca'fing on the east side Tuesday. ifas Bolick is doing some ve^v artistic vt'ork in the painting line at Whitefiah. Miss Maud Loitenberger made a trip toKa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1904

Wim. M&l SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS, GRIP Uncle Sam Can Come, Along. Japan has acceded to tho request of this government to be allowed the privilege of sending military observers with the forces in the Held, the general staff has designated four offtcora for this purpose, as follows: Colonel Crowder, Judge advocate; Captain Marsh and Captain Morrison of the artillery, and Captain Kuhn of the engineer corps. Feeling that they have been robbed by the millers and wheat buyers of the west, farmers of Lincoln and Whitman counties are promoting a huge proposition for the building of mills and warehouses in which they will have an interest, expecting to be able to capture a large share of the local markets for flour and perhaps also branch out to other fields. SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH Use Pe-ru-na for La Grippe) and Winter Catarrh. In every country of the civilized I world the Sisters of Charity arr j known. Not only do they minister tel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1904

C. VOL. I. NO. 36. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, MABCH 5. 1904. A dispatch from Yinkow to the London Daily Telegraph says: Fifteen Japanese warships furiously bombarded Port Arthur from 10 to 12 o'clock Tuesday morning. The Russian cruisers Norik, Askold and Bayan, acoompailied by four torped boats, steamed out to meet the attack. They wore, however, forced to retire. The Askold was in a sinking condition. The Novifc was badly damaged and a torpedo boat was sunk. The Russian battleship Retvizan was again damaged. The Japanese withdrew in good or- der. This report, however, shows a repetition of the now familiar tactics of Japan, and it is presumed that this attack was made in bad weather,, previous telegraphic advices having reported a severe .gale raging at Port Arthur. As usual, the Japanese did not remain long enough off the harbor to enable the gunners at the forts to get their range. Again the three cruisers, the Bayan, Askold and Novik came out to meet the attack, and this suggests...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1904

&jr n ) moU per lirife each 1'rates br coatract. me 20,190#, at’'CoiurnbU ns' second class matter, Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. MAR. 5, 190t. WILL PUIi UP THE RAILS 1 looks as though the people along tlxbetween Kilispell'anfl Jennings I have to face the abandonment of I road betweentte two tda nssooner than has been expected. Few people have donbted that the rond would-be abandoned within the next few years, , but it seem* that H is cmning soon after tliwfnUofffrom CbluriCia Falls to tbp Jennings line is completed and in shape for running trains. Archibald Gray, assistant general freight agent, was in Hal is pell Tuesday and Wednesday, and was notifying the lourbermen who h)ive mills along the line west thst they rqust get their lumber out by the first of September if they wish to take it out by rail. He save that the company expects abandon the line bv that date, and t^ke up tbs rails. The reason (or doing it so quickly is that the company does Dpt care to operate t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1904

ALL HOME PRODUCT tVTMl TrMnvpIred Darlnit live PhM Wcvk Columbia Falla ami Elm-trlmre—'illl About K-rerythlng and Kvoryboily. was if pngBenser t<) John Lynn rotnrnpil Thiimlay from Bpokana. Mrs-John I.vnn Kilispell lo-duy. A portion of the Whilefinh Btuge ham •aved in Iasi evening. A hig dnnue U a<lv*ertiiMl for the Yeo men Hall on (lie llih, Ur J T Rohinton untile • proferatonal T>«it to Kalinpell recenrtv. M!fl> Edim B«t<lie!di r «a» re|>orU(f quiio ill iluring the week. Mrs Jerk SkyleB, oAVhttetl^h, viillnl thli we«r wi\h MrrBmall. AO Weefborg made e flying Irip to the county nest Thursday. There wan a big dance at the Union Hall in Lasalle last •wuing. Jndge Thomaa Carroll in slowly ri-rov-dring from a very aerious HhievS. Ask J. Pferpont' if he ever had any ^thftig to do with a roasted blanket. H 8 Howell, of the soldier* home wae a ffiitot at the county seat recently. Drputy Game Warden Boucher and. wife wore vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1904

MRADE OF GENERAL GRANT “I DO NOT BELIEVE PE-RU-NA HAS A SUPERIOR FOR CATARRH.” Pe-ru-na Is a Catrrrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to the Declining Powers of Old Age. a good .mediA cine for chronic catarrh of the stomach and bowels, i have been troubled A TRAVELER AT SEVENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE. severely with It CORBETT BEAT STJILTVAH. Champion Retains iho Belt —Corbett An Kanjr Winner. San Franoisoo—Champion Featherweight "Yonng Corbett"had nodiffloulty in retaining his laurels,defeating Dave Sullivan of New York In the 11th ronnd of a scheduled 20 round contest. Corbett left the ring without a mark, while, on the other hand, Sullivan received a terrific beating, only the merciful action of Referee Graney in stopping the contest saving the New Yorker from havin'! his faoo beaten into a palp. Sullivan pnt up a game fight, and while outboxod, outfought and ontgeneraled, he gave the champion oanse for worry in one ronnd. Taking another feature oat of the fight, which was Sullivan's excessiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1904

"WEEKXiY EDTITON. 'If Columbian. ■ .4 -iv.':; ■ VOLi.1. NO. 37. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MARCH 12.-1904. Slafto Cofiet 10c. SakicriftiM Prlc« SUI per Ytar. \mm urns mmm CULLED FROM ' DISPATCHES OF THE.ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Caatern'and Western Hemisphere* During the Paai Week—Rational, Historical, Political and Personal Event* Tersely Told. _ A report from BovlervlUe, 27 miles south ot Knoxville, Tenn., Is that a distinct earthquake was telt there. It lasted about eight seconds and was general along the Appalachian range. The quake traveled northwesterly ana reports ot It In a mild form are also reported from Ducktown and Newport. M. Bunau-Varllla, the retiring minister from Panama, has called at the state department to say farewell to Secretary Hay, preparatory to his de parture for Paris. As- the result of an explosion of powder and dynamite at the magazine of the H. S. Kerbaugh company, ai Head’s Hill, near Latrobe, Pa., one man, Patrick Qiilnn, was kill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1904

per year in advance 90 daye fron\ date }. -per aqnnre per line each rales by contract. 20. 1903, at Oolumbla a«. second class mutter, March 3rd, SATURDAY. MAR. 12, 1904. It is reported nr on c->od nullioriU that John Weightman is pr-paring to move his barmto this pHy before the snow leave*. . John is a level beaded man and . ... ; . ~ knows that lie can move it curler on runtATKMi ners now than he can on wheels ai'er the Voada break no. Qertain sons of Belial in KaliH|>el!, jealous of the growth Of this city, which is destined to lie the eoniminercial nml manufactnriiig center ol Montana, continue to circulate damaging reports a bout smallpox in Wliitefish. It is now known to a certainty tiiat the immense stone and brick buildings for the round house, shops, depot, division office-, coal hunkers and water tank, in this city w ill be competed by the- first day of June, The contracts are let, the men are on the ground and the brick and stone are on the car of des...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1904

L HOME EROfij/CT PHint Trnnni>lrril l>lirlng tlm Punt Wiwk nt ColumUIn Fnllu nml Klnowhi ri All ’About Kvorytliluic' uml Kvory hotly. ‘ t iFrnnk ConmUa was ro|K r(ccl quile Wed net* Joy Mrs Ax«l r.imn nn.rbRbies-nro visiting aolmiveB ut Wtilt AhIi. (J N Mansfield isliomi' from Ilia ranch ttiis week litldilp wli)) the grin, •Frank Boyle in still'Engaged in hauling ties frotn the Dave Greve rancli. tLewfa Meader made n husineea virit to-the county seat the first of the week. iMrs-Huborl Michels nod it'5 August -Oertel were Columbian cnllersT'huradavMrs Dave Greve was reimrtpd dangerously ill Thursday but is now very much improved. - •Aiks Mattie M Towslee, from Iho East side, is a visitor with Mrs Frank Boyle and Mrs Walter. Mrs Frances Kleiuschmidt ef Kalis--pell, was a visitor at Iho Talbott home during-the past week. Mrs Win Vandervere has returned from an extensive visit-wiih her husband at St Anthony, Idaho. Denny Sullivan was reported quite ill Uie first bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1904

TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED DREAD CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RU-NA. Catarrh Robs Women of Health and Beauty. Pe-ru-na Makes Women Healthy and Beautiful: Mlaa Amanda Johnson Faricblld, Wla., write*: "I write to tell you how much Peruna beneflttod jna. For a number of years I had pain la my head aronnd my eyes, and I thought It was because my eyes needed treatment, so I went to an occullst and had glasses fitted to my eyes and wore them for some time, but felt ho relief whatever. In fact, I felt worse than before, and came to the conclusion that the trouble was not with my eyes, but with my head and that It must be catarrh. As so many of my friends had used Peruna with benefit for this trouble, I thought 1 would try It I was notsorry that I did'so, for In a short time I began to Improve, and In four weeks my eyes were In splendid condition, my general health was much Improved and all the catarrh of the head was gone. I was glad to get rid of this trouble and am glad to endorse such a good m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1904

'.rrs& Hmiftck ■WEEIKXiY EDmON. fiolumbiaa VOL. I. NO. 88. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, MARCH 19, 1904. Slatle Copies Itc. Suhscriplio. Price STS* per Yesr. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Re*l Estate, NOTARY. Renta and ColiaotlotM. COLUMBIA PALLS, MONT. J.K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBUO. ConUn & Miller Block. Practices in All ths Courts, Columbia Falls • • Montana F.J, Combs, Blackstnitfi# WAQONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly flrsLclaas professional horseshoor will be always kept hero. COLUMBIA PALLS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted Foreign and ttomeetle Exchange. DRAFTS SOU) AVAILABLE OJJAN. PART OP THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kallspsll Remember the Red Barn JOHN WBICHTMAN, Prop. Beet Equipped Livery In Flathead County. t O. M. JUNKIN8, Proprietor. Fresh and Cared Meats. Fancy and Stampls Groceries Game, oysters, fish, etc. Produce, vegetables and fruit Whotssals and Retail. COLUMBIA PALLS, MONT. Dan Basnell and T. B. Garrison o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1904

r»K«2 , -' < *4ew ; they woalil welcomn him" wrth open | l)oAte by (In- Iximlr. '!- neHr. Iho .liirn be- Evkby Satubdav. BATJlfi: |2.50 per year in advance ■within HO days from date arms into their political fold. Kbitf, if you will join the party the-Columbian will pay the initiation fee and volunteer to give you all the high signs and instruct you thvrouuhly in the secret work and the whole party will join and ex- tend, congratulations JOHN J KENNEDY DEAD. display—*!, per square Locals 20 conte per line each Special rates by contract. Jund 9>, 1903, at Columbia t., as second class matter, of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. MAR. 19, 1904. .ABSURD IN THE EXTREME. What appears to be, to the semi intelligent, the most absurd rumor that -seems to find credit among a great many people is the one to the effect that the Great Northern Railway Company are 'Commencing the construction of an enormous brick structure for a found house at Whitefish; That contracts for mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1904

THE ALL HOME PEODTTCT W^iut Tninsplred l»url>iB tho Pn«t Week lit Colanibln FnlU luul Klumrlit-rc—All About KvorytbiiiK nnd Kvor) body. Mias Julia-Brown was a WhiteUsh visitor thin ueok. ji. new «on is repartod in Uih family of \V F Gellison, of La S ille. Clia* (iilliapie ha» r--liiriic<l from a few days slay in Wliilelisli. /■ ' * - Mm fifmn tna.returned from a visit with her parents at Whitcflsh. Mr and Mrs Ed Baker .have moved ■ant'' tlit'-Ed Mirrr«v residence. RevrFirher, ot Knliepell, was a ColtimUa Kalis visitor Wednesday. Mr Studt, of Kalipjiell. waa a Paadiv vlfitor at-the residence of Dave Grove. There was an interestinir same of basket ball at Main’s Wednesday afternoon. Mr G N Mansfield baa -received the ■sad news'of the death of his father at Lichfield, Ills. Mrs Pole and family have moved to Hie flarr dwelling in Columbia Falls. Mrs Pule will mite irf sewing. Mrs Lew Mender lias received the news of the dentil of an uncle who was a resident of Por...

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