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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 April 1892

Tmc Columbian Rcacmcb Moak Homcb in thi Flat* Nt»o Valuct than All Oth* bn Papchb Combined. Sub* BONimoN Liara Open to Aovcntibebb THE COLUMBIAN. - Bubmesb Men Will Fiko The Columbian Job OrncE Equipped ton Finbt-Clasb Pnintinq op Event Kind. It Leadb. send in Youn On- SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892. NUMBER 17. OK i : COLUMBIA FALLS. Colombia Falls, Mont DIRECTORS: A. J. Daria, ! : Butte, Mt. Jamoa A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. J. E. Gaylord, : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. K3CAD, Caahlor. Largo Assortment^-:-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-:Lowest Pricesl BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. DOWHIE & HDNTIR, Downer Building,...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 April 1892

I Coombs of tho i in town yoetorday. j J. Hand of Kalispoll, « t guilty of grand larcory in t District court. Bandies for rent and Bale; bargains in lots. Lotot & WaioHT. Excavation was oommenced yesterday on the cellar for M. M. Quirk’s block, 60x100. Blue*tone for all purpose* in any quantity at Fullerton & Co.'a. Mrs. Henry Ramsdell and Mrs. 0. A. Evans are in tho city from Egan, visiting relatives. Tho crow at work on tho big bridge will have the false work in by Sunday, it is thought. W. R. Ramsdell was confined to his room several days this week. He is out at intervals, but not long at a time. Tho depot will bo done and ready for occupancy by May 1, and the station will bo formally opened about that time. G. R. Drake, a property owner of this city, after visiting for several mouths oast, returned to Columbia Falls Saturday. A boy arrived at the residence of John Hall on Sunday and will run things his own way at tho Hall rosi donee for a time. Ed Chassay...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 April 1892

SAM OUTWITTED HIM. Fannor Kendrick had brought in an armful of snow-covorod logs from the wood-pile at the north end of the house, throwing them down on the stone hearth with a noise like a small earthquake, when Carrie Brown started up. "Five o’clock! Oh, I had ntfiden it was so late. I must bo going homo.” "Allow me to accompany you Miss Brown.” "You will lot mo see you home, Carrie.,, Capt. Logau and Fred Jones both spoke at once, but Carrie shook her head. ‘‘I prefer to walk alone.” she said, gayly. “About the sleighing party tomorrow night!” asked Fred anxiously. “I—I half-promised Capt. Logan,” said the village beauty, a rosy tint suffusing her check. “But, Carrie, I thought it was settled between you and mo two weeks ago I” exclaimed Fred with a frown. “Was it! I am sure I had forgotten it.” Fred was silent. .Capt. Logan's smooth, soft-toned voice broke the silence. “I exact no promises,” ho said gallantly, “But if I am not punctual to the hour and the spot Miss Brown may dra...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 April 1892

0 Columbian. oirsm AXD rcn-nniD «t JOHN W. FACE. A Weekly Nrs-spiraK Devoted to the IxTHRESTS or TliB I'l-ITUEAD Kcoion. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OY mail: Throe l>oll»r> i>oi If Feld In A.lrnn, Dnllnra per yoar to anr P. O. Addrcos. d In idrancoWJUior Your, adrajico, «.M>. . In nilTanoo, 75 Cent*. Sinulo eople* 10 cent*. The Coloibian inriios its patron^ and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which aro of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbia:.-, Columbia Falls, Mont. sitkubd at Columbia balls roymmea as SBCOSD CLASS MAIL MATTBE. ALL ADVEItTISISO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OK EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, APRIL 21,1892. . There aro political bumble bees in several Flathead bonnets. “The decomposed Twins" is the way people now refer to Demersvillo and Kaliapcll. Alger has the Michigan delegation to Minneapolis. It would not bo surprising to see the Michigan fellows very loneso...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 May 1892

ezr c c- * •* ■^rK» 1 Thc Columbian Rcacmcs Mom Homcb jn tmc Flat. MEAD VALICE THAN Au. OTMcb Paper* Combined. Subbcription Lists Open to N ACWINTtSEHS ?■** -v.-.-rr-i •-L- **■ THE COLUMBIAN. r Businesb'Men Will 1 The Columbian Job Ofpioc SSSS&^tS?^ Leads, ■end in Yoon OnDCM9. ' b •••••• SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1892. BAJSTK • •«••*•, ; OK : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIBECTORS: A. J. Daria, j : BuUo, ML Jatnea A. Talbott, : Butte, ML J. E. Gaylord, i Butte, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butte, ML L. C. TrenL : : Suit Lake. 8. T. Hauacr, : : Helens, ML ExchsngB Drawn on Principal Citie* of ths United SUtee and Europe. A General Banking Businoes Transacted. - ■Wm. ItKAD, Caahier. Large Asaortment,:-:-:-:-Latest Designs,:-: :--Jx)west Priceal BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABT CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. DOWNER &...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 May 1892

OF THE WEEK. 8t tho residence of A Friday. for rent and sale; bari in lota. Lwdmt & Wriout. dor O'Bogan has gone to t] country on a businosa trip. Arthur Leedor arrived yesterday to accept a position in the office Manager Mathews. Blnestone for all purposes in any quantity at Fullerton & Co.’s. James Trimborn, a brewer of Dillon, arrived in Columbia Fall Sunday. He will return in a few days. For tho latest designs in Wall Paper call at Fullerton & Co.’s Drug Store. Tom Reilly made a flying visit to Egan Sunday. He reports every body happy and prosperous in that locality. Order your boor of Murphv & Co. They ecll goods cheaper than any other house in the valley. Several farmers have been in after tho seed barley ordered for them. Tho seed is fine, and good returns seem assured. S. Geer, manager of the Garden City bottling works, Missoula, was in town this week doing business and visiting his old friend, Peter Schumacher. John Weightman ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 May 1892

JACK. Jack was not my friend individually, for the entire family claimed him, and I am confident that if I hud aaaerted any special right my brothers and sisters, with the approval of my father and mother, would have held a mooting and vpted that, as far as Jack was concerned, I was to be considered an alien. His introduction to the family came through ouroldest brother, and this happened when Jack was so young that the importance of the occasion did not impress the young fellow with so much seriousness as such events generally do. To bo taken into the bosom of a respectable family—I am sure that I will be allowed to claim this much for mine—is a privilege not often accorded to such young fellows as Jack, but I never hoard a word from the little scamp with reference to his feelings on that occasion, and ho simply seemed to look at us and say, "I don’t know who you are, and I don't know what this fuss means, but I suppose it Is all right." Wo allowed him the run of the house and neve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 May 1892

lumbian, W. PACTS. NkwbpaPHi Devoted to tub or the Flathead Reoiox. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, by Mail: ! Tnx Columbian invites its Mirons snd friends to send items of all kinds rerardinff imteofements, and occurfoncos ivnich are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colcjhsian, Columbia Falls, Mont. UTJUBD AT COLUMBIA BALLS rOSTOmcr. AS • BCOED CLASS MAIL MATTSS. ALL ADVEBT1STN0 BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, APRIL 2$, 1892. Lord, deliver us! Bar silver S6c. Fifteen now buildinps are being erected in Columbia Falls today, five of them business blocks. Did you notice the railroad nowsT IVell, Columbia Falls is the town and it should not be forgotten. Of a total 7,983 bushels of apples raised in Montana in 1891, this county produced over 7.000 bushels. A man at our elbow remarks: “Wonder how the boomers of Alkali Flat like the railroad nows this week!” The Lord seems to have some followers in Louisiana, to judge by the recent victory of the...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 May 1892

t c j: ■'t^CUL C 7 Tmk Columbian Rkacmcb Mom Homcb m tmc Flatmao Vallcy than All Othm PaWms Combined. SubBCAimoN Ubts Open to Aovi(main*. THE COLUMBIAN; SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1892. NUMBER 19! B^ZSTK l ••••••••%•««••*■•■•BoaBaBabo•••••■••• COLOMBIA FALLS Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Daria, : : Butto, ML Jamea A. Talbott, : Butta, ML J. E. Gaylord, : Butta, ML B. Tibbay : Butta, ML L.C. Tra&L : : SaltLake. S. T. Hauaer, : Helena, ML Exckanga Drawn on Principal Cities of tha United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. "Wm. READ. CoaUler. Largs Assortment, :*:-Latest Designs,:-: :-JLoweet Prices! BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED BOOM SETS. BABY CABRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. a CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Carpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. DOISIB & HUHTIB, % Downer BuildingrNi^cleus Ave. Columbia Falls. : Montana. Dr. A. H. Coe, Late A. A. Surgeon U....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 May 1892

•*->- Tl > .'CV-TT'' — - OF THE WEEK. Tb* “Whit* Spectre" cigar at the lire. Joha Bleor is repertod to b* quite IB. Jacob H. Phillips and son of Minneapolis, spent Sunday in this city. HotSb, hare ora and buggy for sale. A. Y/Lnoan. , H. H. Kennedy and D. Buchanan of Groat Falla, were registered at the Columbia Saturday. The dining room of the Windsor hotel is to bo again opened, and a first class short order business is to be done. Have you seen the cheap bed room suits at Downer’s! Lumber is on the ground for the large store building of Tate & Poes, and the work of construction has been commenced. • D. F. Smith left for Harre yesterday, where ho will meet Mrs. Smith. His residence on First West is completed' and ready for occupancy. Bluestone for all purposes in any quantity at Fullerton & Co.’s. From a letter received hero it is .learned that John Cowell, a former well known citizen of Columbia Falls, has been appointed justice of pea...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 May 1892

TALL JAMgjgjjjjjj Poor Jnno was tho la lies', girl in School, and not only that, .bill tho UllMt scholar; not ono of tho boyii shook her head, and wept, ddpr vl^stxl after tho comjwujy&a Iloqjtod her amis uroujMl hi>C f#c<i and laid It down on tho dost. Tho teachct coino-und stood beiido her, and asked her what the nuittorwaa, Jane only was as tall as she, and not' only that, she was taller than tho tonehor.. It did seem to Jane that tho committee ought to have chosen a teacher who was taller, just out of regards to tho becoming and suitable appearance of the school. A stranger might almost have taken her for tho teacher, especially since her hair was done up. When alio reached tho schoolhou.se sho hung her hut on ono high, lono peg abore tho two regular rows on tho girl’s side of Uio entry. This had been especially allotted (o her Ihjcauso she was. the only ono who could roach it. Every time Jane hung up hor hat she fait a little foolish pang of mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 May 1892

The Columbian. OITKiU) ASD rCM-IhUtD IIV JOKN 'W. TPJLCm A WttKLr Nen-wAwm PmrrcaToTiis IjfTEBEJiTfl OF THE FuiVHEAD • KC3I09I. *~TCRMS _ OF r SUS3CR7pT IO N, ._81f W.AtL: t# IXn!.;* P"f yonr to nuv P. 0. A-l-irr: •- ■M inAdiancaSIAfljx'r Year. inaiiiMa »l»»aca. >u'*x f Uixilh*, !ti mlrnxrx, 13 Ccr-'.s. 3 copin IQ conU. The Cotcanux mvit.ia. its patrons Ind Irion(Ls tu soutl itons of cTiUnds reeanlinfr iuiproTcrr.pnts, mid Ocamrremets which aro of intc-roat to til: people of the FlathcaiL AddroSi nil letten to ■ The Colvusias, ; ColuOibia Fails, Mont. at cor-cunn ru-ui nttrorrf-y. IKUAD CIMM UAH. UA1T==. - ' ALL ADTEHTIS1NQ Tlll.t-S PAYAtlLi: THE , 1ST OF E.VCH MONTH. THUKSDAY, MAY S, ls?2. Did you hoar tho lost spasmodic, look of tho Intirt-Crcckl It sounds like the Kalispcll death gurglo. \Villiam Waldorf Astov, v.orth sixty mllllou dollars, died tho other any. He left his entire fortune in this world. rnirt Tub Coi.ru tins' rf*'rico ot cliKtuuU."—littctdomaud for hitrr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 May 1892

-b 't^r tX..- c C' J C -<—‘2^' 4. The Columoian Reacmes Mont Home* in the FlatHEA6 Valley than All Other Papers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers. THE COLUMBIAN. SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1892. NUMBER 20* B-A-ISTK : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. J. E. Gay lord, ' : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey :. : Butte, ML L. C. Trout, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, ML Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. ■Wm. RICA.D, CaaHlor. / Large Aseortment,:-:-:-:-Latest Designs,:-: Lowest Pricesl BEDDING. BED SPRINGS. BED ROOM SETS. BABY CARRIAGES. EASY AND ROCKING CHAIRS. RATTAN AND REED GOODS. EXTENSION TABLES. CENTER TABLES. MATTRESSES. PILLOWS. Oarpets Made and Laid on Short Notice. JAMES C. GOODRICH, Downer Building, Nucleus Ave. Columbia Falls. : Montana. Dr. A. H. Coe, Late A. A. Surgeon U. ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 May 1892

NEWS OF THE 'WEEK. W. C. Ouey hai tom down the only building ho bad in K*U«poll and mored it to Libby. will bo glad to know that thoirpetont* at tho land office in Hare yon Been the cheap bod-room •nits at Downer's! Tho contest coao of Bakastraw vs. Small was in progress Monday and Tuesday, the testimony being taken before Commissioner John E. Lewis. The band boys arc getting in shape to play national airs on July 4. They have good instruments and there is considerable musical talent among them. Hone, harness and buggy for sale. A. Y. Lisneir. A. Weias, on old-time prospector, returneiye»tflrtiay from a trip to tho Sooth Folk country. He left for the Ccbut d'Alene country on a business trip and will return in a few weeks. Ranches for rent and sale; bargains in lots. Lindset St War a nr. The Flathead Journal is truthful when it says: “Columbia Falls people still smile when they think of Kalispell.’’ Yea, they do. It would make anybody smile. Sororal citizens threaten to prosecute the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 May 1892

THE BOYS' STRIKE. “And I b»j,” cried Dick excitedly, “no one ever thinks anything about us.'*TbeJ^ are always bothering about •omobody’s rights, but they don’t care a rap whether boys have any or not. We ale walked over by our parents just as Sam says—” “That’s so,” grumbled Tommy Daria. “Hero they’re taken away our air-guns ’cause we don’t know how to handle them, and I’d like to know how we can learn without them." putitr ; 1 ‘Ther’a the high dogcart in the carriage-house,” suggested Dick. “Father never usee it; why wouldn't that be a good placet” “Sure an’ it would. Take it there now, an’ put It under the seat, an’ mind ye don't stumble. An’ afore we breaks up, let’s give three cheers for the knights that’s goin' to trow off the yokes from their nicks tomorrer night.” • • • “Well, how do you think it went off!” The members of the brotherhood 4 MAIN & CO Dealers in (Columbia Chris. Sowers, • • Proprietor. “Sam says the only way to escape from this thraldom is to bind o...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 May 1892

A Wmlt N*WU'*ib*TOT*DTOTjn5 lanum o» Vn*' Flithiid moiox. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION. *y mail: rloaaj P.O-Addr***. “41 rmrardinff improromentii, and oocurrenoMi which are of interest to the ile of the Flathead. Addreea all The Colojcbujc, Columbia Falls, Mont. At OOtCKBIA FALLS FOSTOFTlCa At taronD class hail mattsr. ALL ADVKBT18IN0 BILLS PATABLK THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1892. This week J&tt Colchbiah gives apace to the views of Banker St. John on the silver question. Read them. After all Montana’s process of pardon is ahead of that in Iowa. Governor Boies has just pardoned a fellow who was convicted seven times since 1878, and there is a howl. The penalty for the greed of the Wyoming cattle barons will be the settlement of that country by farmers, and the closing of all the largo ranges. The cattlemen brought about this result. The Silver club of Columbia Falls is the first in the Flathead valley. It’s constitution is for the voter rather than the politician ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 May 1892

PTTx£ZZ^y Thc Columbian Rcachcs Mont Homo m th? Flathcad Valley than All Other Parers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers. THE COLUMBIAN. - Business Men Will The Columbian Jos OmOE Equipped ron First-Class Printino or Evert Kino. It Leads. Send in Your Or- SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 189i NUMBER 2ll BJLlSrJC WORST IN YEARS. Floods and Storms Work Awful Devastation and Death In Many I’arts of the Union. COLOMBIA FALLS. Iowa. • Xetimka. Ulluols «ml Other States StttTer From Il« Deadlr Work—Many Killed iu loirs. Columbia Falls, Mont. warehouses weighted with heavy freight were lifted iu tho air and sifted like chaff. Ships were drifted upon tho' wharves and crushed like egg shells. At least one half of tho city was leveled by tho wind, and a huge tidal wave which followed tho storm finished tho destruction commouoed by tho hurricane. Over 2000 persons wore killed there and thousands more wore desperately wounded. DIBECTOKS: A. J. Davis, : ; Butt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 May 1892

Homo, harness and^bugf^ NEWS QF THE WEEK. J. E. Lewis left Tuocdny for a trip to ths coal mines of the North Fork. for solo. ilXDSET. F. F. and E. L. Beid of Spring Fndrie were in town Saturday. On Saturday night’s train all passengers stopped at Columbia Falls. W. U. Casey'has torn down the only building ho had in Kalispell and moved it to Libby. Some immense logs are being sawed to supply the heavy timbers for the approaches to the big bridge. Fred Bowman and M. D. Broun of Tobacco Plains, were at the Columbia early in the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Adams of Kalispell, were visitors hero this week. James McClure is up from the head of the lake. Ho will remain a few days. Ranches for rent and sale; bargains in lots. Lindsey & Wright. M. J. Sparks was in town Friday Ho has a plan to move his sawmill from near Kalispell to this vaciuity. Nick Kayl fell off a load of lumber lost Tuesday and sustained a dislocation of the shoulder. H. D. Burghardt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 May 1892

GOING TO THE FAIR. “By tho wny," said the strangrr, “I suppoeo you’re going to tho great fair!" We had been lunching together quite accidentally—so far as I was concerned—and Uio at ranger had done his best, to entertain mo by giving mo his harmless but erroneous opinions upon a^ number of general and uninteresting topics. Ho had shown an amiable intention not to contradict mo, and, as ho had done substantially all tho talking himself, we had not come to a disagreement. I knew that tho stranger wanted to fasten his adhesive fingers upon tho (supposed) contents of my pocketbook, for tho meaning of his stylo of conversation was one of my earliest discoveries in this vole of bunco. It is adopted for the purpose of gaining one’a^pnfidonce, but I think it is a mistake. Why, for instance, should a book agent or a life insurance man begin his assault by abandoning the one subject on which ho is well posted to discuss others about which he never knows anything? These clever salesmen who are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 May 1892

r. P.O. AdJrws. ts?**'55 C«nU. The Columbus invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and oecurwSX of Ike Flatlioad. Address all letters to Thu Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. EXTKRHD AT COLCUBIA TALU TOSTOFnCS AS ■BCOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. XU. ADVEHTISINQ BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH HONTH. THDRSDAY, MAY 19, 1892. Impulsive young men should be careful to avoid newspaper controversies. The In the Sou]) man got so mad that he chattered. The number of visitors to Columbia Falls is daily incroasing. Bailroad men say that more passengers stop here than at all other points in the valley. The Montana delegation to the national republican convention will likely vote for Mr. Harrison. Unless signs change the democrats will vote for Cleveland. Silver will then be between the devil and the deep sea. But the miner can take his choice. Com continues to make progress as material for broad making in Germany. The move will not bring much grists to American...

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