ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Columbian, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,954 items from Columbian, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,954 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 April 1904

■NA TONES UP THE SYSTEM IF TAKEN IN THE SPRING." LATE NEWS. BAYS THIS BEAUTIFUL YOUHQ CURL. St Paul, April 31.—In the United States oironit court Judges Sanborn, Thayer, Vandoventer and Hook unanimously denied the application of Harriman and Pierce and the Oregon Short Line railroad company for the leave to intervene in the case of the United States against the Northern Securities company. Washington, April 20.—The house has passed, the statehood bill which provides that'one State each shall be created of the territories of Arirona and New Mexico and of Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Thp vote was 147 to 104. Shanghai, April 20. — General Ma Yu Kun, commander of the Chinese army on the Manchurian border, reports that the Russian troops are moving west of the Liao river. He says it is difficult to control bis troops,as they are anxious to attack the Russians. Hr & I Ip <4i8f ■ MISS MARJORY HAMPTON, OF NEW YORK. Miss Marjory Hampton, 2616 Third Avenue, New York C...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1904

HTHi EDmoisr. Heniriclis’ Colnitibian. K- ‘IMm "5S VOL. I. NO. 48. COLUMBIA PALLS. MONTANA. APBIL 30, 1904. CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Him ■■ Collector at Oiarleeton. Washington, April 28.—The nomina tion of William D. Urnm to become collector of the port of Charleston was A Review of HappenlA'pa In Both considered in executive session of the Eaat.rn „ , . senate, lasting four or five hours. A Eastern and Western Hemispheres failure to confirm the appointment reDurlng the Past Week—National, Bolted. At the oonsolusion of argnHlatorlcal, Poll.,cl and Peraon.l - e ” t * ^ 8en * t0ra G “ 1Un « w - 8 P o6ner - Events Tersely Told. Hale,and Aldrich for confirmation and Senators Daniel Gorman and Clay against confirmation, Senator Cockrell B,*.: “s;, 0 mm “* 1 ^ SS=ife£'=SSp£S= valued at *400 117 j been named, sets the race to dreaming Russia Is negoUaUng with Greece ri «fc*' , in , oon B 1 ? ant wlt t> position “»“ a tt “ The total sum of Toronto's losses ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1904

-•“fcv. m : rr Columbian iKtwtBaWwoit. m 'tUTJSMi > per year In adVanoe ' , 90 days Irom date T ‘per *l nar ? 'Locals 20 cen« per line each Sptecial rates by contract. “Entered Jane 20,1903, at Colnmbia liohL W N Noffsineer. of Kslispell, « iH •‘O a candidate lor nomination before the next Bopuhlican slate convention [or the office of Lieutenant Governor. Flathead County would be highly honored should Hon W N receive this nomination and the Colombian is in hearty co-operaUon with the moveibent. CW Kentck has gone to Whitefish With forty laborers and carpenters for the purpose of building a twenty stall ronnd house and a twenty pocket coal echate. This -means something for WhlieQsh. It is claimed that ihe_rslS will all be laid from Columbia Falls io Rexford by the first of August. falls, MSht., as hv-wuv ’ under Act of Congress "second' class matter, ogress ol'. March 3rd, ' SATURDAY. APRIL 30, 1904. .an m in ^riTR Ail HOME PRODUCT . ig the Past Week it Coluprtda Palls and...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1904

si—! COLUMBIA PALLS IS VISITEDBY PLAMES THAT DBSTBOY LIFE ! "AMD PBOBEBTY j ; -The loo is one. man and many thousands of dollars worth of property. The origin of the are is unknown. Suspicion that the burned man may -have been murdered. At 11:10 I list Momlny morning lire was -discovered in a dark closet in thu Janies Kennedy building on Main Street by J P.Hamm who was occupying a room in -the building over the ealuon of A A Morgan in the same building Hamm im mediately alarmed the other ocrnpante of the building and sotno ot them barely had time to get out in their night clothes. So rppid waa the spieiui of'the Itames tliai littfoVe water could lie obtainetl they were entirely beyond itic control I of the .Ideal tire h-tgulea which were almost ■itnctedintly formed. The closet in which rvUs stored the lipens and sheetings used in anil about tlie building is where the fire started. The locution of thn starting point, of' the eonliagration is definitely deteruiiined by The Columbian f...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1904

HIGAN MAYOR SAYS SPORTING NOTES. Know Pe-ru-na Is a Fine Tonic for a Worn Out System.” Hon. Nelson Rice of St. Joseph, Mich., knows of a large number of grateful patients In his county who have been cured by Peruna. > — Hon. Nelson Rice, Mayor of St. Joseph, Michigan, writes: The Peruna Medicine Co., Colnmbas, Oiiio; ' Gentlemen: “I wish to congratulate you on the success of your efforts to win the confidence of the public in need of a reliable medicine. I know Peruna Is a fine tonic for a worn out system and a specific In cases of catarrhal difficulties. You have a large number of grateful patients in this county who have used Peruna and have been cured by It, and who praise It above aU other medicines. Peruna has my heartiest good wishes.”— Nelson Rice. MARCH, APRIL, MAY A these conditions. It is an ideal spiing medicine. Peruna does not irritate— it invigorate—it strength-ms. It equalizes the circulation of the blood, tranquilizes the nervous system and regulates the b...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1904

W K KTKXY EDITION. t VOIi.1. NO. 44. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, MAY 7, 1904. Static Copies 10c. . Sabscriptloa Price S2J0 per Year. m m \\m bm[ FIRST LAND .ENGAGEMENT OF JAP-RU8SO WAR. Rueelen Army of 38,000 Completely Routed and Compelled to Retreat— Their Loaaea Very Heavy—Jape Had to Wade Yalu River While Under Fire—Second Battle Occure. Tokio, March 2.—The war oGlce has received a dispatch from General Kurokl, commanding the Japanese advance, which tells of a complete Japan' ese victory In the first general engagement on land of the war. The Russian army of 30,000 which General Kouropatkln boastfully declared would sweep the Japanese Into the sea Is completely routed and was compelled to retreat In confusion- on Feng Huan Cheng. The Russian losses are very heavy, while those of the Japanese are declared to have^'een much smaller than might have bdjn expected, consluerlng that they had to wade the Yalu river In the face of a wltnerlng nre from the Russians, who were very strongly e...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1904

Columbian ST Satuedav. CHAlt&KV FAIR DROWNED. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING. RATES: I per'yfe#t in advance I within 00 daya from data per square l cent* per line eacli, ! Special rates by contract; I done 20.1903, at Columbia at., as second class matter. Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY/ MAY 7, 1904. The Colombia Falls boys ar‘e booked for a base ball game at Kalispell tomor ^ The ‘Democrats of this place went on Jj'rtcord with their endorsemcntof Hear.it -'Editor-Hewst is a good man. ^ An emigrant laiiy threw her baby from .the tntin near this place last Sunday. The,, train was stopjted and backed up and the child found unhurt. The attempted robbery this week is ‘• clue to the fact that there is at least ^Eburglar in the country without tools but nevertheless a burglar and lie was attempting to get into a tool store not1 tatty with no other intention than to ’■upply hioftself for 'operation. - That miscreant may yet satisfy his ambitions. The Are fiend succeeded after...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1904

THE ALL HOME PRODUCT Tranaplrrd During Ihn Pnal «>rk ■t Columbia Falla and Klaawhrra—All About Everything and Krarybody. was reportoil v<ry ill Mm. Ncwtou [yesierdny. M'ia .Fnnnie Allen srae n vimitorat tllirpell Tneaday. Vr. Ackerman la buililing h m at linim' n (be Kennedy addition. • •The Yeomen bumper Immped Mr. and Mra UuiK-lier at Uicir laat regular oreting Qn to Hn'chinami Prn*.Und a-e «ho the blind man was who Di'ke-I up an axe andeav. • Mrs. Herman Sulvaaeand hermoiher. - I Mra. Henry Miller, were While ieli v a- | flora yesterday. J. U. Bouch»r baa had a eery at'roct- [ ire and snhataniial feme plnced about [ hia elegant home. Tom Jefferson has returned to his iOmo near Helton after a weeks’ sojourn | wilfi friends at the Falla. Carpenter Imholt has enlarged the [. Johnny McElroy hnilding tor Two Lung who is to establish a chop honaeEd Snyder and R. L. .O’iver were ttyj fishing near the head of WniUiHgh Lake I Thursday and mej with excellent anc- «se....

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1904

ffii SPONGE i ’g3L<&. Some of the most stubborn discards enter Into the system through the pores of the skin. Like a sponge, it absorbs poisons of various kinds, which are taken up by the little bloodvessels beneath the surface of the body, and emptied into the great current of the blood. The juices of poison oak and other noxious, wild plants percolate through the skin like water through a sponge, are taken into the circulation, breaking out afresh each season, and lingering on for years unless antidoted and driven out of the system. Dye Poisoning among the employes of dye houses, and from wearing colored under-clothing and hosiery, is of frequent occurrence and dangerous to health, causing &>il8 and sores and roisoN OAK and its effects. Athor »nintion<5 Ovor Crtcon yearn ciro I wni poisoned with Fol- non OuVc. I tried romody ni'tor remedy without ^ Workers in Katu, brass (-acting relief, aoroe broko out over my body and and ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1904

’• r w hihjkxy EDmoisr. Columbian. ‘rtss* VOL. I. NO. 45. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, MAT 14, 1904. Sintle CopJej 10c. S.l»cripth» Pric* «J» f«r Yetr. mi CULLED FROM DISPATCHES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Heppenlnjje In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Tdli. iU * President Canadame ef Peru, whs has been U1 for some time at Arogulpa, died reeentli'. Secretary Shaw -has slsmed a war' rant for U faver of Ue Panama Canal oompany. As a result of the grocers' national eonTentlon the PaclQc Coast. Retail Grocers' association has been formed. Ux-Gorsmor Obaldla of Panama, recently appointed minister to the United Stales, expects to leave for Washington June 1. . Signs of growing hostility against the Russians have become evident among the inhabitants of Manchuria since the Russian reverse on land. Severe snowstorms have prevailed In the vicinity of Leadville, Col., for several days. There is about three f...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1904

M ! SATDBDAT- Ms- XjtTum ) per year in lulvi'.ncu ' within 90 day* from date .lay—»l; per- eqnare j 20 cecU^per line each Special ratoe by contract. 1 Jane 20,1903, at Columbia Mont., os second clnas matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY, MAY U, 1901. Tbia is the right time of the year for the board of health to order that all filth be removed from the city limits. Tboee people who stay with Colombia ^ Fails trill some day wake np and fihd out * that they are in the second best’ if- not the beat town in’Flathead county. hjim Hill boa said that there la good things in store for Colombia Falls and ’h« has said that there are better things . in store for Colombia Falls than a divis . ion point. The millVof this cower that f»b may grind slow but they grind erceedingly fine. Jim Hill’s word is os good as the bank of England. 'tV. " The Canadians In touch with* the .^sitnation estimate that there will be 5,000 people go into the East Kootenai this year and they wont reads to supp...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1904

THE ALL BOMS PRODUCT >Vhat Tr*n.plr»4 Darin* *f 10 Put We«k ■t Colombia PaHa and SUuwhora—All About Krarythln* and Kvorybody. Hogh Garrett baa returned from a trip to.Ualata. &lra Hiram Kilchen’a little baby wna reported quite ill. G N Mansfield bae returned borne from* long atay at Ualatal A J King was doing business at the Falla the first of the week.. A E Purviance is still selling rlothes and he guarantees every suit to fit. C C Miller wasout Thursday afternoon just to show the boys how to ratch fish-. Tom Haines and wife departed Sunday for theiv home on a farm near Gateway. Miss Agnes Bernes has returned from a two weeks’ with friends at the county seat. Wm Stewart and family, of Kalispell, visited with Mr and Mrs Dave Grove last Supday. Pete and Caleate Mengon, who.have been visiting with relatives here, base departed for Butte. Jack Ruder is fitting out a freightin® Outfit preparatory to the rush- for the Kintle Lake country. Our boys are booked again ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1904

A VALUABLE PREPARATION,” WRITES DR. KEMBALL. . F' Most ot the Ailments Peculiar to the Female Sex are Due to Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs. Rachael J. Kimball, M. D., 834 Virginia St., Buflalo, N. Y., is a graduate of the University ol Buffalo, clasa 1884, and has been in the practice ol medicine in that city since then. She writes aa follows: “My conviction, supported by experience, Is that Peruna Is a valuable preparation for an catarrhalaffections. I have taken one bottle of Peruna myself and Just feel fine. I shall continue to take It." — Rachael J. Kemball, M. D. Peruna has cured thousands of cases of female weakness. As a rule, however, before Peruna is resorted to several other remedies have been tried in vain. A great many of the patients ha ye taken local treatment, submitted tnemselves to surgical operations, and taken all sorts of doctor’s stuff, without any result. The reason of so many failures is the >ct that diseases pecuPar to the female sex are not com raf...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1904

I- ■WEEKLY EDmOlST. v' •*' Een&fifk •fiolntnbian. VOL. I. NO. 46. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, MAY 21, 1904. Slagte Copies 10c. SatecriptlM PriaSUtpcr Year. \mm ns »f CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Revlaw of Happanjng* In Both Eaatam and Weatam Hemlapharaa During the >aat Weak—National, Hiatorlcal, Polincal and Peraonal EvanU Taraaly Told. The last statement of the treasury shows: Available cash balance, ?176,277,140; gold, $78,600,637. The entire business section and many dwellings were destroyed by Ore at Steelvllle, Mo. The loss Is estimated at $100,000. Fire has destroyed 26 houses In the sm,u. i, oi oi. tteuul, Montreal, rendering three families homeless and destitute. Loss, $76,000. At a recent'auction In London a Holbein miniature of Frances Howard, duchess of Norfolk, realized the unprecedented sum of $13,760. A blinding snow storm raged throughout the copper country of northern Michigan last Saturday. Three Inches of snow fell at Calume...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1904

4. PCBLOHm Evist Satobcay BAXZ8: - WUfnurriOM—$2.60 per year, ittadwnce «S. if not paid within 90 dkye ftom-dato -diaplay—»i: per squareLocals 20 centeper liflie each Special rates by contract. I June 20,1903, at Columbia M*nt., as second class matter, A«t c* Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. .MAY- 21 j 1904: The next issue will complete the Ooltltabian's first year of existence ami we trust that renUwals of subscriptions will bb promptly made. Dbring the past few weeks there hasbben considerable street'talk concorniAjs the taatter*oHncorporation. It does not rttjolfe but little effort to get the quest* idn before the people and what is the uW of 8d much talki Why don’t somebody act. Some months ago the Coltrtnbian bubh'shed a detailed account of hbt» to proteed but eyen to the present tiiie we have never yet give the subjept enough thought to determine whether we art for or against incorporation. We vtohld tnoet certainly, be pleased to see tfcfe matter bfc>ugtA properly ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1904

Jv CHI ffiUfS IMS THE AIL HOME PEODUCT yrhat Traniplred Dorlnp the Paat Week at Oolnmbla Fall* end JCI»ewhere---All About Everything and Everybody. Miss Rose Bellman visiled at the Metropolis Thursday. Mrs Richard Browne Is visiting with her relatives at Whiteflsh. J H Boucher U attending to business interests in Teton county. Harvey Cunningham and father visited at Belton during-.Vlie week. The Pohls children are mourning the loss'oi a Awe shep«rd dog that some or.e ■hot. — 'S Rev Clowes and wife, cf Kalisprll, visited 'with friends at Columbia Falls Wednesdny. Ed Snyder hns opened hit drug store atWIiitefish and is personally supeiin tending the same. Any one missing a red calf wilt find same dead in the shed north of A 0 Weatburgs house. Valuable cows belonging to Messrs Rosemahel, Mansfield nnd Carter have died qnite recently. _ Webster Garner, of. Kallspell, visited the familiar scene ol his first love Monday and Tuesday. Mrs Neitziing has moved to her homestead near Belton'and...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1904

V'-. 'ired Feeling !• ■ Common Spring Trouble, a sign that tbe blood 1* defla TOjdlty, Jnrt aa plmplea and outer eroptione are algna that th» a warning, too, which only Hardens tall to heed. Hood's Sarsaparilla and PUls Remove It, give new life, new courage, strength and animation. They cleanse the blood and clcai the complexion. Accept no substitute. . . ••I felt tired all the time juid could not sleep. After taking Hood's Sarsaparilla a while I could sleep well and the tired feeling had gone. This great fmedicine has also cured me of scrofula.” Mus. C. M. Root, Gilead, Conn. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. & "Here's a note from Mr. Jason saying not to come to dinner tonight, as his wife is dangerously ill. Isn't if sadT” “It is, indeed, by ove ! Still, I suppose we can r;o a restaurant."— Brooklyn Life. “I am weary jf life—bury mo deep on the hillside," wrote a young man of Dubuque; but they pumped him out, and that aame night he went to the...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1904

W-m MenM^k WEBrBXTr EoriTON. f T; folnmbian. VOL. I. NO. 47. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, MAY 28, 1804. Siafl* Copies lie. SttocriptiM Prict S2JIVtar. JAPANESE PREPARE TO ATTACK THE ENEMY. Third Army Will Soon .B«'In Touch Wftti Kurokl—Coturckt Alort—Soverily HaraM Japanese .Linas of Communication In Sklfmlahaa— Hard Job for General Oku. On board Steamer Halnum, at Sea, by Do Forrest Wireless Telegraph to Welhaiwel, May 24.—While the Japanese commanders are still enforcing their orders that no vessel equipped with wireless apparatus shall be permitted to enter the zone of operations, we have been able.to search the coast and secure an exact statement of. the conditions which prevail In the Japanese camps. General Kurokl Is still at Fengwancheng, where he has found It necessary to hold his column until the division Is prepared for the advance across the mountains, upon the Russian position at Llaoyang. In the meantime the third army Is being landed and will advance northward along the co...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1904

jMaf Jri advance I <4^8 A-din date l ill per equate its per line each ritt& by contract., 1 Jatlfe 25.1903, at Colnmbih Mont., ai‘ second class mutter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATCM^AV. »AY 2R, 1904. The Colombikn Is onV year ol8 today, n is up to snbs^ibertf to pafis ]'atlfeltl^rit. Ain't you thibif it ft wdrtH’ andtber Vfear’a trial? The people of 1 Kaliipell have held a jhiblic meeting and out of courtesy to Columbia Falls they ddPifled to hold no ibgular celebration at' Kalispell on the Fourth. Instead they decided to Ain a ■pedal train to this place and they will join us in making up’a rouniim that will be memorable. TKbir s'pirfi in this matter is truly commendable and it is most certainly or to our people to eeq that our neighbert ate entertained hero dn that day. Otlr frifendk from the Country ahonld be invitfed to cooperate ■With their less fortunate town folk and together their baAettfshbtild bi spread. We should kill the fatted'cslf for the ve...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1904

the all boxs pbovvct yfhat Tran«plr«d noting tllo Favt W««k »t ColumBU Fall* and KI*«tfber«"«All About ETarytblnc and E*#>>t>odr< Alt Of the People In — , Flathead Valley . HatVa cordial lovhtfkm To CelebVate the Qlorlon^foonh At-ColumMfl Falls. There *111 be People ntfftfmble here fiotti dll parte Of the Stalo and a welome h#nd will be extended to them all, if. H. Boucher bee retBrnttd fftrth_a trip UrTeton Cotlnty, Jake Meltrling is #ald to fcb a critic (Th gooff Ibbling bnblee. Stevfe 2orxi has filed notice of his in' tehtion to make finaf proof. Joe Imholt is dressing np his tottmodloits dwelling with a ccfat of thy blue; Tfie liUlo Child of Mr. afid Mr«. H. 0, terry was repofled ffeflotfsfy ill during file Week. Mrs. Hubert Mitchell and Mrs, Get* (el visited friends in toWn yeffttfrdffy afternoon. C. S. Oftrfet has returned to Galatg ifter a visit with bis family and /flenda at this place. The Columbian has a fine Upright half of gran...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
x
Loading...
x
x