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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1904

ORIA Bought has borne the slgna- ■ Olias. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his al supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and " ‘ as-good” are but Experiments, and endanger the of Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It s' contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and- alleys Feverishness. Tit cures Diarrhoea and Wind Coiic. It reliev “ and Flatulency Stomach and I _ . — „ The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. The Kind You Me Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC OCMTMJR OOMMUTT. TT MURHAT RTRCCT. Rt« TORR CrTT. TRAVEL WITH JAPANESE ARMY. Cor res port Santa Are to Make Own - Arrangement*. Questions of arrangements tor the large number of foreign correspondents who are deslrons of accompany ing the Japanese fie...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1904

LVJIPiPif LTST EDITION. fw-i-f-ig.i f.jPi:-.; VOL. I. NO. 39. Thoma* Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, _ NOTARY. Rsnta and Collactlona COLUMBU FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlla A Miller Block. Practice* In^AII the Courts. Columbia Falla • «, Montana F.J, Combs, RTertenaltTi, WAGON MAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly nrat-claaa profesalonal honeahocr will be alwaya kept bore. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls. Montana, march 26.1904. Single Copies 10c. Subscription Price tLso per Vear. 1ULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. BANK of Columbia Falls * r . Ganeral Banking Buelnata Tram acted Forwlgn and bomeaUe Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN. S'*' Cp ^ - ' PABT^dr the World. WM. READ, Caahlar. Whan at Kaliapall Remambar the Red Barn JOHN WEIOMTAIAN. Prep. Beat Equipped Livery In Flathead County. \ Review of Happenlnge In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Post Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. At Princeton,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1904

r'i-V- JtATKB: r Jier"year in advance > witbin'OO daya from date display—*1. per square Locals 20 cente-per line eaclr Special rates by contract. I Jnne 20,1903, at Columbia Mont., as socbnd clns" mutter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, ••S''' 1 ’ •SATURDAY. MAR. 2G, 1904. f 1 The farmer* of the FDtheifl are progfressivo. A •movement is ''now under ■way to establish' a comprehensive telephone syatebi among ll»em in the county, last fall about twenty of them decided that competition in the milling of wheat •was desirable, and found time to meet and- organize The Farmer’s Milling ■Association, promptly leased and pnt in operation the Columbia Falls Flouring Mill. The day word went out thiu the farmers'would run the Columbia Falls mill'wheat went 'op-ten cents on the bUshel ip the Flathead valley. No war wasddclared against any other milling cofnpariy in the county, but the merest showbPcOtnpstltfen rltus made, increased the wealth of the farmers many thous- ands of dollars. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1904

'>■ - • • * fill es ns THE ALL H.P24E PEODUCT TVhnt Trnnupirml Intrfrtg the rn»t We®l< Ht Cuiumbln FiilU and KUew)iar«—All About KTcrytlih>B »ii<l Kverybodys Mrs G W ChsfBii Is reported quite ill-. Mrs Wivrd and M'iss Wipe were down from Cora'm Friday. Curl Krli-Jtson was a FJielbv vivitor to Golambin Fnlls thip week, J T Stewart artd family wore Whitetlsh visitors llio first of the week. Mrs G N Mansfield and son-M-atlc were Kaliai ell Oieitfirs hist Saturday. •*' t .1 J Miller art'l CTnp Hillman spent the fift-t day on the week at Knliejiell. Mrs Joe Rngers rfas a CMlnnibia FhHs Visitor to. Kails pell dnrinf; , the week. Mnst ir Frank C oillbs has been indisposed during the week with an attack Of the InKrippu. llcv Wells, of Kaiispell, Is arsistlne in JOSE TALBOTT DEAD Th# people of Qvlumliln Falls were greatly sboc-ked on rht 84th to learn of tliH. death Jose R Tallioit who had spent many i dars of her lift) in this city and whose feien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1904

;end Letters of Endorsement to :or of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na. Kins, of Confed- Army, "I onhwiUtingly rtiite Perona ia a modi all the cures that its um.’*—J. Floyd , C. Beaufort, S. C., ire used Perona for caable and find it beneficial be all that it promises, and freeI it ay unqualified recommendaBobert Smalls. Gen. Abbott, of Washington, D. C., Writes: “I'am fully conrinetd that your remedy Peruna is an excellent tonic. Many of my friends bare need It with,the most beneficial results for coughs, colds and catarrhal trouble.” —Ira 0. Abbott, 906 M. St, Washington, D. 0. Captain Yarnell, of Washington, D. C., Writes; “Your medicine, Parana, I beliere to.be the best medicine for catarrh on the market. I have taken only a small amount, and can eee very beneficial, results.”—W. G. Yarnell, 2322 Lincoln street, M. E., Washington, D. 0. General McBride, of U. S. A„ Writes: “X have no hesitation in recon. mending Pernna to ail persons who are afflicted with catarrhal, troubles....

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

T* lirn&rick ■WEEKXiY EDCTT02ST. Am ffiolnmbian VOL* I. NO. ^9. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. APBIL 2, 1904. Sloxle Copies 10c. SobtcrlpUoB Price S2.50 IMPH MtWS SOIIIRY CULLED FROM DISPATCHES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. The postofflee department haa announced that a special series of stamps of five denominations, to'commemorate the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, and to be known as the commemorative series'of 1904, will be Issued, beginning April 21, for sale to the public during the term of the exposition, Both from April 30 to December 1. The house committee on military affairs has agreed on the following board PHILADELPHIA PARTIES SENT TO PBIS0N CHABGED. A Review of Happenlnge In Eastern and Western Hemlspheree tauB utxa asi veu vu luo iuuuwiub wmiu During the Past Week—National, of managers for the National Soldiers’ Historical, Political and Events Tersely Told. Warner, Missouri; William R. Shatter, California; Henry E. Palmer, Nebras- Divorce proceedings have been instl- “M Fran...

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

»-7 ' jHjr JMt *8v«nce : tilu 90 d*yB‘}roic d»l« ^J>er Square 20 oentaiw line each ■tdVtm by contact. # • • ■Jane 20,1903, «t Columbia M second class mrftter, Congress of March 3rd, •SOTCRDAY. •AFBH^3, 1904. Onat Bejolcing. ! Beatty baa bad a heavy hand on Heliue. He baa imposed a fine of dor contempt. There la great In the Am alga ted camp. All minded -people hope to eee the deserve and compel proper reA $20000 tine, with an order of ment until paid, if imposed by ordinary man, for an ordidary offence, , acaaein which the convicted party, the right of appeal, fronld beconaidtaeeesive, and the appellate coort 5 be alnioet forced to the conclusion i the coort or jury who had imposed ;a penalty was Influenced by passion other improper cause, that would - tbe appellate court in vacating Jodgement. But, Jodge Beatty ii ordinary man, and the offence be h»a I Mr Beinxe of is no ordinary 5 and no right of appeal exists. Mr Heinxe was convicted by Judge ty of having failed to obe...

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

. 'THE ALL HOHE PBODITCT flint TrniiapIreA I>arlnE t.lm l^nat Week I Kt Colniublu FnlU null Kino where—All About Everything and Kveryjipdy. , Mrs Oertel wM«bop|>tng in clown yea- rday. • *> I Mrs C 8 Oamlt was a Kslisnoll visit*>r Tlmredny. -• [Hon Sydney M Logan was a Colombia bitor Monday. Whitedah, /'was in lydge Dodge, bftn Thursday. iMrs JarKfikylea war. down from iVhite- lh Wednesday. . |C«p Edwards, of Belton, was a Falls •itor Wednesday. v Hie flouring mill made • the long liistle yesterfluy. chool will begin again Monday after i.week’s vacation, IrsRosa Hoftel has folly, recovered bm a siege of the grippe. !rs Carl Bnrgstead was a guest at the fell Lunn home this week. H Boucher and Wifn were doing bnsi- i at Kalispell yesterday. fr and Mrs Johnny Lewis spent a of the week at Ihe Gaylord. N. Mansfield and son Mack were augers to Whliefish Wednesday. here is an txqnisiie-lino of spring | perfect dreams, at Mrs Hoftell's (isa Mable ...

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

HD FOLKS AT HOME u-> : t ^ Never Without Peruna in the for Catarrhal Diseases. House MR. AND MRS. J. O. ATKINSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO. Under date of January 10, 1897, Dr. Hartman received the foilowinR letter: “My wife had been suffering from a complication of diseases for the past 25 '-years. “Her case had baffled the skill of some of the most noted physicians. One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years’ standing. “She also was passing through that most critical period in the life of a woman—change of life. In June, 1895, I wrote to yon about her case. Yon advised • course of Peruna and Manalin, which wo at once commenced, anc£have to say it- completely cured her. She firmly believes that she would have been dead only for these wonderful remedies. “About tho same time I wrote you about my own case of catanh, which had been of 25 years’'standing. At times I was almost past going. I commenced to use Peruna according to your intrnctions and continued U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 April 1904

♦ WEEKLY EDmON. VOL, I. NO. 40. Thomas Carrol, J. P. RmI Estate, NOTARY. Rsnto and Collections. ^COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln * MUlar Block. Practlcsa In All the Courts. Columbia Falls ' • • Montana F.J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAQONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly flrst-class professional horee■hoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. APBIL 9, 1904. Siaiic Copies 10c. Subscription Pries $LM per Ye 1EEI1PH MEWS MMM CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. BANK of Columbia Falls Genera! Banking Business Transacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS BOLD AVAILABLE ON AN i PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kallapel! Remember the Red Bam JOHN WEIQHTMAN, Prop. Beet Equipped Livery In Flathead County. T O. M. JUNKINS, Proprietor. Fresh and Cured Meats. Fancy and Stampls Groceries Qamt, oysters, ffsh, etc. Produce, vegetables and fruit. Wholesale and Retail. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. Daa Bacnsll and T. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 April 1904

’ Saturday. MAJCKB: 2.60 per year in advance paid within SO days from date bin*. -display—11. per square ; Locals 20 cents per line each Special rates by contract. I Jane 20.1903, at Columbia Mont., ns second class matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. APB IL 9, 1904. , As was reported in the Columbian (here Was no fight at u$t Saturday's election, nevertlieless the election oneol more than passing interest and 137 votes were polled. Mrs Irene !y was the only legal nominee as bv tba school election laws rethe making of nominations and proper filing of the same at least days' prior to the day of election and election was almost unanimous, received a total of 109 votes which ‘ly shows that she has a warm place the hearts of the people of Columbia alls as well as their confidence in her bility to goard and protect and promote best interests of one of ths finest in the world. The election was ly a commendable one. The Colombian is of the belief that it is not Sayng too mnch to...

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

PEODUCT Phut Tranaplrod Daring the Peat Week jnt Columblu K»1U nn<I Elaewhere—All I About Kverythluff und Everybody. Do Not Buy Kali«pell visitor I 0 M Junkins was a (riday. I'Airon Walter was a county scat visit- ' Wednesday. [Oeorgett! Snydec, of Belton, VwnThursday. iMisa Ollie Roes is reported very |ith typhiod fever. A Range, Cooking or Heating Stove of Any Kind Until You Examine doing busi- fre Denny Sullivan was i in town Tliureday. |Mr RakestrawjJie* departed for Havre ith a car load of fioreee. (Uiss Edna Bachelder is visiting with nds at Klathead Lake. iLouie Micho, of Wbltefish, was shakIg the paws of his Falls friends Friday. |Fletcher Patterson, of Kalispell, was a only seat visitor to Columbia Falls jinrsday. I Haskill ie increasing the capacity of sdivery f»rii by i-aiting up eoue new I rooms. I K land wishes to purchase four dr,*i or more chi,-ken-. Enquire at the ilumhian office. pital at KulUpell. On Friday there was no WhileUeh train on account of the h...

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

APPETITE - EMACIATED - NERVOUS. iny Women During: the Spring Months Suffer From Extreme Lassitude, Loss of Appetite and Nervousness---What They Need Is PE-RU-NA, THE GREAT T0NIC. Hin Bertha M. Bnah, 6435 Kin- ; earde atreet, Pittsburg, Pa., Superintendent Junior Society of Methodist Protestant Church and leading soprano o£ the choir, writes: “Words cannot describe my thankfulness to you for Peruna. I was a sufferer from systemic catarrh for years and was in a very much run down condition. I was extremely nervous and had the most foolish fears over nothing. I was thin and emaciated. "My physician advised me to leave this climate but aa it was not convenient to do so at this time, I took the advice of a friend to use a bottle of Peruna. I took it faithfully and when the first bottle was gone I felt so much better that I bought six more and took them faithfully, after which I looked like a new woman. "I gained in flesh, my a; stlte returned and all my old symptoms had disappeared. I am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 April 1904

:h :h n EDmoisr. lljeitMck ohxmbian. VOL. I. NO. 41. I'LT 1 ' — Thomas Carrol. J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Rents and Collactlona. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBUC. Coni In A Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falls • • Montana — n.M. .i||i ■ . ' ■ . F, J. Combs, * WAQONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly flrat-clasa professional Aortashoer will be always kept bar*. COLUMBIA FALLS. COLUMBIA FALLSt MONTANA, APRIL 16, 1904. Slnrle Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2.50 per Year. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Buslnaaa Transacted Fereign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN. A PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kallepelt Remember the Red Barn JOHN WEIOHTMAN, Prop. Best Equipped Livery In Flathead County. 0. M. JUNKIN8, Proprietor. Fresh and Cured Meats. EXPLOSION The Russian first class bttaleship Petrbpavlovsk, with Admiral MakaroS and between 700 and 800 sonls aboard, was sank, either by a mine which the Russian...

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

^uShmmhBmI Columbian PoBLiBORn Every Saturday. ■CBBCRiiTiON—f2!60 pcr yfflr in ndvmnce $3. if not pnid within 00 days from date of aubscribintt. ADVKRnaiNO—diaplay—$1. per equare monthly. Loials 20 cents per lino each 'fnseition. Special rates bv contract. " Entered June 20. 1003, at Columbia Falla, Mont., as second class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879.’' •SATURDAY. APKIL 10, 19W. -A MANIAC While the'Coluinbian is most certainly •adverse to the belief that either the •small blazes at the postoffice store or the Herman Selvage dwelling were the work •of an incindtary, it is most certain that •the ■work back of the Stockholm Conport •Hall building is the work of the lire bug. tFires are sometimes built to cover up •evidences of crime, sometimes for the -'purpose of defrauding insurance companies sometimes for revenge,sometimes • for robbery and sometimes just for malicious mischief, pure nnadulteratedcnsscdness. Which one of the reasons were in ' ‘tbomindof the depra...

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

THE ALL HOME" PEODUCT tt’luit’rrnniiiWrod Uurlns tlm punt MVrU Jit Culumblit PnlU Mill! —- All About Kvorythlng mu! Kvorybody. Toad.bird* are said (n Ihj inumroim ji'ouk the river and aiedlyiiiK hiKh. Mra Uosn lloftrll made a buniimss trip to Kaltapell Monday. \VJE llaiiror was nj'tii’et.of J K Miller diiriiig the /ir«l o( tho^eelc. Mra JmiirH KHincdy was n-porieil ajuile aerioualy ill daring the week lirnndaoi Welker, a resident ..f the Eeimedv addition, ie reported quite ill. -High wateiH are experied eoon. The jiver i« now riamg very fast and the w aters are very riley. J)av<j lireve wae ntiniil to hie Inane «uvn>al daye thia week with a seven ■cold. He was wry ill for « while. The Tnlbottiarm i- now tietng plowed' and ►coded liv/jbnrleai GilKspie aashlud try J-’rank Hoyle and Jock Vail. Trank Goomlut \va» aoincwhot imilor the weather during lie- week and iii<|sti ol the time was laid up (or reoniir. * The Whi'eflfh trains have been abandoned duri...

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

RUBLE PASTOR GUREO BY PE-RU-NA ; Is ■ Catarrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to the Declining Powers of Old Age. In old age the mucous membranes ; become thickened and partly lose their function. This leads to partial loss of hearing, smell and taste, aawoll ns digestive disturbances. Perana corecta all this by its specific operation on all the mucous membranes of the body. One <bottle will convince anyone. Once used and Peruna beoames a lifelong stand-by with old anil y< , ffiex elN&hrler. Strong and Vigorous at the Age of Eighty-Eight. Bey. J. N. Parker, Utica, N. Y., writes: “In June, 1901,1 lost my sense of hearing entirely. My hearing had been somewhat impaired for several years, but not so much affected but that I could hold converse with my friends; but in June, 1901, my sense of hearing left me so that I could hear no sound whatever. I was also tioubled with rheumatic pains in my limbs. I commenced taking Peruna and now my hearing is restored as...

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

iVM :h :h VOL. I. irr EDmoN. mm inns Mm CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review^of Happening* In Both Eaetem and Western Hemlepherea During the Past Week—National) Historical, PolUical and Personal Eventa Tersely Told. A bronze tablet, said to be the first memorial to John Paul Jones erected In this country, was unveiled at the school building bearing his name In Blast Boston. Andrew Carnegie has created a fund of *6,000,000 for the benefit "of the dependents of tnose losing their Uvea In heroic ettorts to save their fellow men, or for the heroes themselves, if Injured.” Provision is made also for medals to be given In commemoration of heroic acta. Gunner's Mate Monson, by jumping into the open magazine and closing the door behind him, Is said to have saved the battleship Missouri and the lives of more than 600 men. President Loubet of France recently received ex-Mayor Seth Low of New York, who was presented by Ambassador Porter. Alexander M. Clelland has been appoi...

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

« Evsby Saturday. Columbian MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING. I am prepare*! lo do atrirtlr fir-t cla*8 op-to-datu millinery and drePStnaking at my place near the post oilico, Columbia Falls. Ladies call and see me. tf . Mbs. Rosa UoiTKLL. ‘ aeBSCHlM-iOS—$2.60 per year in advance IS. if not paid within 90 days (rom date «II subecribin*. •ADVBBnsiKO—display—$1. per square monthly. Locals 20 cents per line oacli Insei tion. Special rates by contract. “Entered Jone 20, 11)03, at Columbia ‘('alls, Mont., as second class mstter, ^dfhder Act of Congress of March '3rd, ’1870.” ' SATURDAY .-'APRIL 23, 1904. MU. «EWS IIS THE all home product YVnnuptrciI Dnrlni-the Pn>t AVcclj, ■ at Columbla PnlU and Elsewhere—All 'About Everything; and Everybody. Go and see that naw fishing tackle at ’ Snyder's. . Miss Agnes Berns was a Kalispeii visitor Wedneeday.' Mrs Nelson Willonghbv was up from Eialispell Thnreday. Ed Snyder’s little baby was very -dangerously ill the first of the week. Herman Selva...

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

FIFE 1* BIEB^ Ildin^. nankiuf, p;ijiil«ira mutor 15 00 COLUMBIA FALLS IS VISITBDBY ■ i<ou Suiiiii tmna>li->i l <HVct*... •mo 00 — iiiorkry Hppurd ' 12 00 K W Main Mlircinttilu Co ilain- : FLAMES THAT DESTROY LIFE .'AND PROPERTY The loss is one maij and many thousands ol' dollars ’Srorth of property. The origin of the fli e is unknown Suspicion that the turned man may have been murdered. At 11:10 IhhI Mmuluy morning liro wan •discovered in a dnrk.closet in tiio Jhiuco Kennedy Imilding on Main Street by J P Hamm who was occupying a room in 4iiu imilding over the saloon of A A Morgan in the Mime building, liamm im mediately tilnrmed the other ocetipants ol the building and some of them barely had time to get out Wi their night clothes. So rapid was the spread of the flames 4-bat before water could be obtained they Were ontyely .beyond Iho rontroll of the local fire b'igades which were almext •immodlally foimcd. Thu closet iu-wiiich was stored...

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