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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1904

pjftf To Itself wfaat Itlaand'what it doe*-«OB-1m best blood-purifying, and tonlo substances and j the most radical, and perb cone of all humors and all is, relieving weak, tired, feelings, and building up — -—de system—is true only of Hood’s Sarsaparilla No Other medicine acts like it; BO other medicine has dona so amah real, substantial good, no athe* medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost. "I was trashM with aexafaU aa4 aaaM aaarlMUurmrarMisM- Far *•■»■»•»** I aouM c»> im t« <U asTtUas. Aftar UUaa tvabatllsa af MaaS'a SarsaaarOU I as«14 aaa «a walk. a>4 whaa I haS takaa al^t WtUaa 1 •sold aas aa wall as arar.’' Saaa S. Xaxa* •aw. With an. N.a Hooe'e •areaiwrtna premleoa te cure and Mope the premise. Professor Flinders Petrie recently told an audience at Owens college, Manchester, England, that one spot In the ruins of Abydos, in upper Egypt, Mis a continuous .story running bade to 5,000 B. C. The remains of 10 successive templ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1904

— W hlHIKLY EDIXTON. Hfn&ritk i|ol«mlnan. VOL. I. NO. 48. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JUNE 4, 1904. Slofle Copies 10c. Subscription Price CJO per Yesr. wmn mms mm\ CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenln^e In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Frederick Siemens, the N great German manufacturer, la dead. Cardinal Satolll has left Rome for Naples, on his Journey to the United States. The total sum realised from the flrst day's sale of the jewels belonging to the late Princess -Uatbllde of Paris was 199,489. At Bedford, Ind., James McDonald, charged with the sensational murder last winter of Miss Sarah Schaefer, a Latin school teacher, was acquitted by a Jury. The buildings of the New York City Milling company, In New York, were wrecked by Are recently and 4,000 barrels of flour destroyed. The-loss Is 1200,000. Tasunosek Fukukita, a Japanese student of Stanford...

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

V . rVllnnit’MQJl 'Vlx-n a yon HR inmi tako? » suiTden UUllUUUltVU gf.j Idling liking for the old folks their daughter might ns well yet n department store catalogue and eeUct the style of ring site wants.—Ira Cole. Every body shmlld attend the citizens meeting at the Miller bnilding next Monday evening. There, will bo people present from Kalispell and from Dig Fork and oilier sections and every body interested in Columbia Falls should be there. High waters' are not predicted fent should the floods come there, would he those who would say “I told you so. 1 ' AVo have said to the whole world that Columbia Falls would celebrate on the glorious fourth. Now let’s don’t dis- appoint any one. per year in advance within 90 days from date .v;. -1879.” Special rates by contract. June'20,1903, at Columbia as second class matter, of Congress of March 3rd, lllfKM-l Wrllh m SATURDAY. JUNK ■4, 1904. •—■.".I—' ' —" [Look out for our 4th of July posters. They are posters that post. Whitefish should...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1904

THE AIL HOME PBODUCT (That TnKMpIrMl Daring tha Pajt Week »t OolnmbU FnU> and RUnwhoro—All ‘Abonteverything and Kvarybody. iTnke NeiUling it Ite latest authority «n hot air. Knlieppll ii biHert to play ball at Columbia Palls tomorrow. Joo Tiriholt's fine dwelling looks pretty In its new drees of light green. Mrsjred Hamilton, of W.hifeflsh.waR a Columbia iFails<vlaitor Thursday. William Ackerman and family visited «evorai days in Kalispell tliis weak. A [part v of young folks enjoyed a hand • car ride to WhitetiBh-Sunday evening. Miss Edna Batcheldcr and her mother visited with friends at White fish last x«ek. J H Boucher has departe*for a days*', ttip to the Swift Currant 'district. It has been suggested that some one aakGeorge Clark if he lias fonnd that tape worm. I Charley Gilli^pie liny relumed from the County seat. He likes Columbia Fads best. Miss Silvia Curtis is spending a few dflys triUi ber .parents Mr and Mrs Homer Ouriis of this place. Miss Helen M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1904

Floods. Hirer, Wyoming, June 3.— in the Green river am} tribnhave cost at leant two lives and damage to property. A mossenorrived with the nows from district It is his opinthe death list may be in- ■; when full reports come in. The dead: ,r ; Woodruff, range rider. > Eubanks, range rider. "5,was foreman of the Circle and was drowned while _ilver crook, a tributary of jiver. Hia horse was swept from ; sad rolled over him, fracturing his skull and rendering him incapable of making a fight- for his life. His body was recovered. Eubanks was drowned in Green river near-Burns postoffice. His Jbody and Jthat of his home were swept rffray and haVe not yet been recovered. AU the streams of that section are out of their banks and the lowlands are' flooded. The Green river, Big Piney, East Fork, Now Fork, Ham’s Fork, Silver creek and South fork are exceptionally high. As ,there are no bridges arcoss these streams above this place and the fords are impassable, communication with the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1904

WEEKLY' EDmOIST. \l JlrnJindis' folninbiaa sn'^ -•w -> - < l 1 ,', * V <'-'4 VOL. I. KO. 49. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, JUNE 11, 1904 n h nw CULLED PROM DISPATCHER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During tha Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Mrs. Bertha Calhoun la supposed to have perished In a Are which destroyed her home In Berkeley, Cal. T. B. Hall, provincial assessor at Victoria, B. C., has been arrested for alleged shortage of |4,E00 In departmental accounts. Albert Johnson, 5 year old child of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson, has been accidentally hanged In his grandfather’s barn near Tooele, Utah. Stanley Waterloo, widely known as . newspaper writer, was knocked down by a mall wagon In Chicago. He Is believed to have sustained a 'fracture of the skull and his recovery Is said to be doubtful. The University of Michigan won the Intercollegiate Athletic assoc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1904

v ..-.it- -t- mil’s Pm. nun Emr Bxtvmdjly. )J)RE>SMAKU-\,. m r ; XATXat , , I per year in advance [ not paid wit&in 60 days from date ADTMTBWa—display—*1. per square > monthly.. Locals 20 cenU per line each Inaeition. Special rates Lr contract. "Entered June 20, 1903, at Columbia i Falls, Mont., as second class matter, • under Act of Congress or March 3rd, 1879." SATURDAY. JURE 11, 1904. Probably there were some who thought Jim Hill was just fanning when he said there is better things in store for Colombia Palls than a division point. - t And our hie new depot is to 'be'built right inside the Y at”»he east end of the junction. Kalispefi has found this out ^ for us. , The grounds for the fourth of July celebration and Soldiers Reunion has , been salecud-and is on that beautiful plateau directly south of the public L school bnilding and right at the edge Of the base ball grounds. Comrade Henry MiMer will have supervision of the arrangement of the grou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1904

ms ALL HOME PRODUCT VKbatXraaipIra&piuin* th« Purt Wo«k •* Oolumbl* Fall* and EUawhar*—All About *»«rything; and Everybody. Tombttone epitaph* don’t fool the recording angel. Planets revolve, hot shooting otars are ■not necessarily revolvers. Mrs Poehi and MIhh Avues Bern- visited at Kalispeil Wednesday. Mrs Jack Bkyles visiled with her East Ride Friends daring the week. 31 r and Mrs Martin Reising were doing business-in town Wednesday. The Ladies Aid Society will meet next Wednesdav with Mrs Mansfield. Miss St Clair, of Kalispeil, was a visitor with Miss Streetdaring the week. Dr and Mrs Burch, of Kalispeil, .visited friends at the Falls during the week. Mrs Boncher and Mrs Kitchen were, the guests of Mrs J T Stuart on tbeEast' Side Wednesday. Amanda Ladenberg is now entertaining three of her country cousins who lately arrived from. Nebraska. Mr and Mrs Bachelder and Miss Edna have departed for their' homesteads in the Tobacco Plains district. Mr and Mrs H E Kennedy are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1904

a To sweeten, To refresh, To cleanse the system, Effectually and Gently; There is only one Genuine Syrup of Figs; to get its^ bene- ficial effects Always buy the genuine—Manufactured by the iifSRNiAffc Syrup (* i.. .. Prancisco.Cnl. „ Dispels colds and headaches when bilious or constipated; ; N For men, women and children; Acts best on the kidneys and liver stomach and bowels; Union Miners Killed. Victor, CoL-, June 9. — A pitched battle between the military and union miners was fought at Dunnville, the new mining camp, 13 miles out from Voltor, shortly after 3 o’olqofc in the afternoon. John Carley,a union mnler, was killed. The troops returned to Victor at 8 o’clock at night bringing with them 14 oaptHves. Seven soldiers,sent from Victor,Col , to arrest entrenched union men, captured the cabin after an exhoange of 200 shots, and took seven prisoners back to Cripple reek. No one was injured. Montana Clergyman Killed, Butte, Mont, June 9.—While Key. Allen Rodgers, one of the best kn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1904

W hlHI KI Me n ftricks’ EDmoisr. (loltunbian. . . ■zm ’ iV' VOL. I. NO. 50. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, JUNE 18, 1904. Stafte UplM Me. SafeacripdM PHea tUl par Tear. Excursion Steamer Burned. 2000 People Aboard. Kow York, June 16.—Five hundred persons, mostly children, have perished by the burning of the excursion steamer General Slocum, near Hellgate in the East river. The General Slocum, with the annual Sunday school excursion of St Mark’s German .Lutheran church of this 61ty, on board, was prooeeding up the river to one of the many resorts of Long Island sound. When near One Hundred Tweny-flfth street, persons on shore saw smoko and flames spring from the upper ' part of tjie crowded steamer. A panic ensued on the boat almost Immediately. The crowds on the forward deck began to spring over board or to crowd to the after 'part of the boat The screams of the terrified passengers could be heard on shore and hundreds of small boats immediately put off to the rescue. Owing to the rooks o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1904

tmBaBSMBammmmmm i'»t*Wr6xTU»fi*r. por'yeir'Tn^Knito Wlthh. 90 , fi*y«’fro1n diite . , . -per aqnAro .cents per Rne-each rates by contract. —Jpftlna*0.1003. at OolnmbU .Mont., 'BB second class nnHter, ^ct - t)[ 'Congress 61 Match 3rd, Tlie Yc^wof Kalupcll imd V»ir\-iew, is understood, have deadcd toxome'to kr CordlnlHa falls on the Fourth and- they ■Srlll help eoine to make this the bigneFt 'celebration thathas ever bean held “in ’ Flatliead coanly. . found that the claims of thecompany are undrjald by the Fort Benton Group,and bvemid in plates by Niobrara Group, and aorfietitnea by liiter -groups of ‘the Cretaceous Eoclcs. The Fort Benton Grunp contains, in the lowtr half, the true oil sands, from Which the oil comes In the oil wells of Alberta, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado.-Utah ett. These oil sands will be encountered on your land at a dsptli Of from 600 to 1200 feet,, according to the locality and 'amount of eroslon’to which ihe -surface has been subjected. Below the oil sand and s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1904

■ill ■ nil ■«»i iWiWiWMWWMtMMMBMBflMMBMMMB ■iinsiiiK THB ALL EOXS FEODUOT What Tranaplrad Uurlnc tho PpallTaak •» Colombia Valla and KUowhai#—All About KTarpthlav «»■ ATarybodr. I in town Bill NatUr wm doing bQiin yeaterday. J H Bonclier la boaio (ret* • trip to Talon county. Frank CoomJ»» *»i « county «e*t via» ilor Tliuraday. Jpbn Duvney was opt of'towp a fey day a tbla weak, MiaaBoaa Srilman w*. a WUMIkb vlaltdr Monday. Mr and Mra Wm Mooring were town viaitura Tuesday. Hiram Kitchen b»a r«|«yned from a protracted abaende. Mra Kelley, of Jtxliapell, ia rioting with Mra C S Garret. W K Haoaer and Grant Smith were Falla viaitdra yesterday. Napoleon Morrow haa depaytad lor bia Tobacco Flams homestead. George Phillips, of Kalispail, yiailad At Columbia Falla yesterday. Mrs Monk and ton have returned from a winter’s aojonrnin California. Bet hie Leetjen* departed the first of fbe week (or a trip to KaliapelJ. Art Haskell and bis mother wore at Kaliapell Tuesday on a butdneea trip. Mias...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1904

*—«*»«** — ADVOCATED OPERATION PE-RU-NA MADE KNIFE UNNECESSARY ’—Mr*. , Ev* Bortho, 188 Eaat 12th St., r York City, N. Y., writes: d for three yean with i and ulceration of the womb, doctor advocated an operation I dreaded very much, and r objected to go under it. Now E tun a changed woman. Pemna cured _ jne; it took nine bottles, but 1 .felt so much improved I kept taking it, as I dreaded an operation so mnch. I am today in perfect health and have not felt so well for fifteen years Eva Bartho. Mrs. Senator Roach, of Larimore, N. Dak.; Mrs. Senator Warren, of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Belva Lockwood and Mrs. denera! Longstreet, of Washington, D. C., are among the prominent ladies who endorso Pemna. Miss Helen Bolof, Koukauna, Win., writes: "Several times during tho past two years or more my system has been greatly in need of a tonic, and at those times Peruna has been of great help in building up the system, restoring my appetite and securing restful sleep.”— Helen Bolof. Miss Muriel Arimtage...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1904

H./ V w h.hiKXiY EDITION. t dalutnliian. VOL. I. NO. 51. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, JUNE 25, 1904. Stafte Copies ICc. Subscription Price S2J0 per Y««r. National Republican Convention TUESDAY. Bepablioan national convention to nominate candidates for president and vioe president ia called to order by Henry C. Paine. Elihn Hoot, former secretary of war, is made temporary chairman and delivers a speech intended to be the keynote of the oampaiKD. Committees on credentials and resolutions are appointed and after a short session the convention adjourns until Wednesday. Committee on credentials hears contests and seats the Addicks delegation from Delaware, also thelily whites” and ‘‘black and tans” from Louisiana. The La Follette delegation from Wis cons in, after filing a statement that it thinks the credentials committee has been "approached” by the Spooner wing, the latter being the favored one in the preliminary contest, withdraws. The resolutions committee discusses the platform all nig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1904

HUT KB: $2.60 per year in advance not paid within 90 days from date UDvanTlStKO—display—$1. per aonnre monthly. -Locals 20 cents per line each "insertion. Special rates by contract. usn Evbhy Satubday. " Entered June20, 1903, at Coinmhin ^Falls, ^Mont., as second class matter, •inndor Act o( Congress of Maceli '3rd, SATORPA-y. JUNE26, 1004. ■It will be in order now for the weather '■clerk to report this the coldest, dryest ' and windiest June known by the oldest • eeitler'dn the Flathead. The Russian fleets at Port Arthumnd •Vladivostock, considering the number of times they have been reported at the '‘bottom of the tea. are causing Japan 'serous trouble. A few more raids like ^the one lately made by the Vladivostock ‘fleet will make it necessary for Russia ‘‘to send another fleet to the east. ■ Speaker* Who Will Speak. The speakers for our Fourth of July '-'Celebration wlio haye positively agreed Ho be here on that day as eliown on the ;big program are Hon Wm L Holloway.’ Hon Fred ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1904

gii w \\m THE ALL HOKE PEODUCT WUntTrmmtpIreij Muring thn P»st Week at cioluinbia. Falls and Elsewhei*^-All About Ererylblug and Everybody There will be a weeling ol the celebni' ■ tion comiuittecH next Homlay evening aharpat8:30 and there is important business. u> come be/ore the meeting. Among other thingfc the boweiy.dance privilege' Will be eold to the best bidder. Llltle Charles Puss is reported very Biuk,.. Jack Curtis is nuintiered with the aick./, Misa Street leit lust night for the coset. Mrs Joe Hotthinson was reported quite ill Wednesday. Captain J R Hilnian is absent*on a abort business trip to Helena. Mr and Mrs Porter are now doininciled in the Johnny Puller dwelling. - Mrs Talbotrand daughter Miss Maud arn visiting with relatives at Butte. Mrs Dr Coe, ol Spokane, is visiting her parents Sir and Mrs D Haskell. A 13-pound baby girl is reported at the residence of Sir and Mrs Hawkins. Miss Marcia Thornton has returned from Dillon where she attended guhool E E ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1904

L >. «1 !H IS THE CAUSE OF MOST KIDNEY DISEASES PE-RU-NA CURES CATARRH. pi mm K," Captain Jafnes L. Dempsey, Captain 2nd Precinct Troy Pojice Force, writes from 198 Ferry St., Troy, N. Y, as toy owe: "From my personal experience with Peruna 1 am aatislled it Is a very fine remedy for catarrhal affections, whether of the head, lungs, stomach or pelvic organs. It cures colds quickly, and a few doses taken after undue exposure prevents Illness. "Some of the patrol men under me have also found great relief from Peruna. It has cured chronic cases of kidney and bladder troubles, restored men suffering from indigestion and rheumetism, and I am fully persuaded that It is an honest, reliable medicine, hence I fully endorse and recommend INDICATIONS ON SUNDAY POINT TO ABOVE NAMES. To Head - the Republican National Ticket—Large Number of Leaders Declare for Senator—He Is Non* committal—Other Names Mentioned —Platform Drafted by Sen. Lodge. It.” JAMES L. DEMPSEY.. 0 in err A. C. Swsn...

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

W HiHiKLY KDrmoisr. *v •- Hfn&riclis’ (lohunbian. VOL. II. NO. 1. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, JULY 9, 1904. Statfa C*taa Uc. a Prka S2Jt per Year. iampn mi mi CULLED PROM DISPATCHER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happening* In Both Eaetem and Western Hemisphere* During the Past Week—National, Hlatorlcai, Political and Personal Events Tereely Told. Doubt Is expressed If Kent Loomis will ever turn up alive. The republicans of Minnesota have named a ticket, with Robert Dunn for governor. The new cabinet officers, Morton. Moody and Metcalf, have taken the oath of office. Nearly 1600 employes of the Pullman company have been laid off at the Pullman car shops. At Mount Vernon, Ohio, the funeral of Dan Emmett, the composer of “Dixie," was held recenUy. Charles L. Bell of'Walden has been nominated for governor by the republican Vermont state convention. President Roosevelt is at Oyster Bay. He was given a very hearty welcome by his neighbors and friends. The Fidelity Savings ...

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

PuBLiaHxn Etkst Saturday. MATMH •tTBicxiHiON—$2.60 per ye«r in advance <■ IS. 41 not paid within 90 days from date - ‘ ibina. aDTaanaiRO—diaplav—Jl. per aqnare V monthly. Local* 20 cente per line each inaertion. Special rates by contract. “ Entered Jnne 20. 1903, at Colombia Fall*, Mont., as second class matter, onder Act of Congrees of March 3rd, 1879.” SATURDAY. JULY 0, 1901. " THE 4IH AT COLUMBIA FALLS. ^ The Soldier* Encamp ment and 4th of July Celebration, at Colombia Falls, was an event that will long be remembered ,.ia the Flathead. t. That it was a much larger affair than the citiiens of our little town expected is abundantly proven by the lack of prev vparatson on the part of oar citizens for the accomodation of the people who assembled here on the 4th. It is a matter • of aeneral regret that the citizens did not domore to help the Soldiers Committee provide shade in the vicinity of the a ■speakers’ stand and supplement it with a few barrels of ice-water. As ft w...

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

i;:'X 1HE ALL HOKE PBOBUCT Whml Tr»n»plred Dorlnc the Taft Week »t Columble F»1U maA EUewhere—All A boot KTerythlng and Ererjrbodr. Dr BotorB, of Kalispell, was in town Thursday. » Harbert Michel and wife visited in town Wednesday. Mr and MrsDaveOreve were Kalispell Visitors Thursday. Mr and Mrs Olson, of Bonners Ferry, are visiting with relatires at Columbia Falls. Harry Reeves was reported quite seriously under the weather during the week. It is now reported that a fine flow of oil bsa been struck in the East Kootenai district. Harold Whitestone, of Kalispell spent the Fourth amongiiis many triends at this place. Ed Gale and family, of the 'connt^ Metropolis, are spending a week at Lake McDonald. Chester Brlntnall and Lee Eekleberrv have returned from a pleasure trip to IA lie McDonald. Misses, Minnie and Gladys Tate, of KaUsuell, are yisiting at the residency ©(James Kennedy. Lon Edwards, the blacksmith for the Grant Smith Co., was a guest at the Mansfield home Thursday. Mrs Rose...

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