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

V ASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the slirnatnre of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 80 years. Allow no one to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-ffood” are but Experiments, and endanger the health of Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR1A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ag© is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of For Over 30 Years. tnc •carraoK owmurr. yy mvmav vtimcy. i BOLD HOLDUP IN CHICAGO SEIZED THE STEAMEB NANAIMO John Lane W...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 July 1904

WEEKLY EDITION. HcmVicks’ (lolumbian. VOL. II. NO. 2. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, JULY 16. 1904. Sl^teOftMlOc SI AF[[R IT ARn JAPANESE CONTINUE TO WAY TO THE CITY. FIQHT Ar* Entrenched In Poeltlone Three to Seven Mile* From Main City—Rue •lane Make a Sortie and Capture Jap Battery—Fighting East of Port Arthur Since July 4. Cheefoo. July 10.—A fair wind brought ft fleet of Junks from Port Arthur today, carrying both Chinese and Europeans. Reports which they bring of conditions at Port Arthur are contradictory, but they all sly that the Japanese division irom the northward la entrenched seven miles from the marine camp, while another division from the eastward Is lighting continuously, and with the aid of the fleet Is endeavoring to gain a position commanding the town and naval basin. A Russian says that the Japanese occupied the summit of Takushan mountain. which Is about three miles from Port Arthur, on the night of July 6, with a mounted battery of artillery. On July 7 the Russian cru...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 July 1904

t.&O per year in advance |S. If not paid within 90 days from date of Bubscribinif. v *dv*b«mko—dieplay—$1. per aqnare monthly. Locals 20 cents per line each Inset tion. Special rates by contract. "Entered June 20, 1903, at Columbia YalU, Mont., .aa second class matter, under Act of Congreea of March 3rd, 1879." F Augustus Heinte has again been heard from and he explains in very clear language that he will be beard from again before the present cempalgn ia ended. Mr Heinze has not sold out to the Amalgamated and be has no intention of selling. • SATURDAY. JULY 18, 190i. N, HEINZE HAS NOT SOLD * 7- Hia denials of the Miner's stories are superfluous. To be soccestfol theAmalgamated papers must first prepare the public mind for such news by convincing them that Heinze has loet hia intellectual balance. The democratic national platform contains many grand and noble thoughts and is the embodiment of good and right and all things that go to make up a grand nation. Aaaong ether ...

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

* t XSE ALL HOME PBODUCT Tnunplr»d During tbs Put Wuk «t ColnmbU Pall* and XUawhara—All About ET*r/thln( and KTorybodr- DA Snyder vu • Wliltefigh yigilor Tboreday. Mrs Braden waa a vieitor in town Thursday. Mies Clara Clark ia nieiting her mother atAbe connty metropolis Mra^Bud Haines is visiting with her •on and wife Tobacco at Plains. .Urs Billy Studt, ot Katispell visited with Mra Dave Urevn this week. There were four new members added to the B A Y roll Tboreday night. Rev H E Clowes preached at the Methodist church Friday evening. v Charley Wilbur is reported confined to his room with a very sore throat. Napoleon Moreau has a sore arm, the aesult of getting kicked by a.broncho. Mrs J M Walter has returned from a three weeks visit with friends in Idaho. Miss Sadie Newton has departed for Kalispeli and expects to remain there some time. Dave Greve has purchased a talking machine and will entertain the .crowds '• with the latest songs. Miss Clsrisse Talbott, Miss Minnie Kennedy and...

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

itarrh ! of the nose, re delicate organs, catarrh Is t and should never fall of It la a discharge, from the mucous membrane when kept in a state of Inflammation by an Impure, commonly scrofulous, condition of the blood. When Richard Mansfield was Introduced to President Roosevelt at the White -House hesald: “Mr. President, I •' Mr. Roosevelt at,the same moment exclaimed: “Mr. Mansfield, I ■■ "Tho I’s have it,” gravely remarked a mutual friend, and neither of the famous men know just whether to laugh or be offended. Hood’sSarsaparflla CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Tin Kind You Han Alvars Bought i all forms of catarrh, radically and r —It removes the cause and i all the effects. Get Hood’s. A San Francisco woman who makes pets of butterflies finds that these insects have their likes and dislikes and are really lovable little things when you come to know them. The American Bible society, which does not protend to print its Bibles in all languages, issues either the whole Bible or...

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

w hi tilK.LiY EDITION. M cnMcks’ Dinoisr. ■ ; ■ Cnlumbian. m ■*v ,i VOL. II. NO. 3. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, JULY 23, 1904. C^t* Wt ScfeacriptiM PHet t2J# per ' U BBIIP il RUSSIA IMPOSED 01 BRITISH COMMERCE 01 RED SEA British Government Benda a Strong Sqnadron to Those Waters to Force Knee la’s Navy to Keep Within the Bounds of Their Trcaty-Tronble Is Not Expected In Future.: London, July 20.—Two naval orders have been leaned by the British admiralty, which are believed to indicate a determination on the part of Great Britain to protect Britiah shipping from aota of aggression (ft the hands of the Russian navy. The first order directs the Mediterranean fleet to sail at onoe from Gibraltar and proceed to Alexandria, Egypt, near the month of the Suez canal. The second order direct two of the fastest British armored cruisers to proceed through the canal and take up stations in the Red sea at points where several British have been held np during the last few days by vessels of the Russi...

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

* • ' % 1 -. ^ sv • P . V : i • I •* . ' ’ , ,1 Yuuiitf m«n. J*m i iH»g. ppn’l mil ilKliTCKS i)Olumtian mt ' r * tM,dcr •"' l,e y ®*;* ' nM ‘p , UiM.. woria*iucmi..., t«.., ,*>; great nortren ry lire »< 'B'-mySatoeoa*. th-irprofre*. upon ».rr che.-k*. *rho«» 1-^,,^, wo ^,. Pe,!, ...- you r-»l>y , e!UM lieliave you any sojiht b^iniose you In- ,10;lB«in gist on trllinu I1 S go. In (get, wo ar« i„- No , u ',„ ni l Clined to look mispiciot! j|y at «Ub brnu- RATKas -$2.60 por year in ailvnnce . 1/ if not pkid within !M) dayrf froih dale otsubscribinif. «-.i- 14 •** * -Mi» • • ! .*. ADYKRTigiKO—display—$1. per square unonthly. • Locals M eeata j»erlin« each inset lion. Special rates >bv contract. * “Entered June 20, >903, at Columbia Fhlls*- Mont., as second class matter, kinder Act of '0en|{rva« of Murcli 3rd, ‘ ••.j * i • SATURDAY. JULY 23. 1904. The habit of trentanu those who are nearest and dearest to ns unh diVronrlhay, ia one'....

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

THE ALL HOME PRODUCT What Tran«plr«d During; th« l*aat Week at Columbia Falla aud Elaowhara—All About Kravy thing and Kver/body. Dav« Grave Imw |>urcliase«l u ilwelling. Mr* Uudd MrCollum it reporled mi (lie tit It liat^—, Mrs Martin Raising « a* doing iuiHineEt in todru Thursday. Mis CUrisse TalboU visited friends at Somers this week. Mrs Marion Whisman was reporled quits ill yesterday. A new baby is reported at the residence of Kllia linker. The little son of Mr and Mrs Jack Robideau is reporled very ill. Rev and Mis Shoitf were down to see' the county metropolis Wednesday. Grandma Burch, of Knlispelt, vi-ili d tIds week with Mrs Kelly aCihe Garret . home. -S-T i i i— Ted Kennedy made a business trip to . Wbitedsli Thursday. Miss Minnje uttended store. G M Mansfield ami wife visited with Mr and Mrs Kred Hamilton ut Whitefish' Lake Friday. Mrs Newton has lieeu seriously ill during the. week aud has required constant medical attendance. Herb Phillips with s^eral others ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 July 1904

To sweeten, To refresh, To deanse the ^a\ system, vS \ Effectually y ) and Gently; ( -’V f I There is only one Genuine Syrup of Figs; to get its beneficial effects Dispels colds and headaches when bilious or constipated; For men, women and children; Acts best on the kidneys and liver stomach and bowels; - ^ Always buy the genuine—Manufactured by the ? aumniaHgSyrup(? k r> : *' n ^toulsviUe, Ky. 1^ The genuine Syrup ot Figs is lor sale by ail fiest-dass druggista. The foil name of the company — California Fig Syrup Co.—is always printed on the front of every package. Price Fifty Cents per bottle. San Francisco, Cal. /iewYorMLY. ‘That land," said the city nephew, “la valued at $800 a front foot" ‘Thunderatlon!" exclaimed the old fanner, hastily moving back on to the sidewalk. 'And I stood on it most Uve minutes! Do you reckon they will charge me rent?"—Chicago Post. Henry M. Stanley left behind him an immense amount of material concerning himself In the form of dairies and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1904

Hrniirirks' * * EDITION. VOL. II. -ISO. 4. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JULY 80. 1904. Stafl* Ctfto 10c. S^otfdM Prfea SUI Hr Ytar. BUTCHERS’ UNIONS AND PACKERS WILCFihHT IT OUT. Sympathetic Strike of all Union Workmen M Meat Packing Industry Throughout the Country With Exception of Teamatera, In Full Swing— Trouble Is Looked For. Chicago.—-The stockyards strike,j which was renewed Friday morning in Chicago and all other points where the big packing companies have branches because the strikers were dissatisfied with the manner in which the employers proposed to reinstate their former employes pending a seL tlement by arbitration, will continue. Chicago, July 26.—Determined on a fight to a finish to enforce the demands of the striking butchers, a sympathetic strike of all the union workmen employed in the meat packing Industry throughout the country, with the exception of the teamsters, begun Monday morning at 7 o’clock. No conferences were held Sunday, either by the packers or the labor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1904

-—i - JtAXBS: ■•OBBCRirTiON—t2:60 per yew in advance ^■-fS. if^not paid withiu ■fif' days from date v ADTSBrano—dlaplky—11. per »inare i monthly. Locals 20 cents per lint; each ‘ Intel lion. Special-rale* by canUat t. ''Entered June 20| 1903, at Columbia i nittter, rch 3rd, i u i uuuo ^v, nw \ t “ Fall*, Mont., as second clpsa matter, 'hnder Act 'oi Congress of Mai im." ’ SATURDAY. JULY 30, 19W. From a Police of dissolution of co ^ partnership in this issde it would appear .* that Wm. Read is to retire from the S lienk of Columbia Falls. His friends , wRI regrerto see him retire but wilHie | «rhtilied to know that the bank will continue business and romaiu, as it lias : been in the past, as safe and as solid ns Whe'iRoek of Gibraltar. ' Hwtyy forest fires have been raging throughout the country during the 'past -week and they will not subside until 'the fall rains come. One tiro of consid-'-arable magnitude is now raging near '■ Johnny Lewis’s place four miles northwest of town and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1904

mm NEWS ITEMS THE ALL HOME EBODUCI Wh«t Tranflplr«d During the Pett Week »t Colombia Falle and EUewhere—All About Everything and Everybody. was up Irom Kalispcll . -> <Conc6rt Monday nigfatf Ball name tomorrow afternoon- C. Q. Elton Tb'iredny. Mr* Towalee wag doing buaiuers in /own Tuesday. • Reserved seats for" the concert aw on «ale at Main’s. Johnny Browne has returned from a itrip to St. T<ouie. Victor Taft and family opent ffanday *t Bad Bock Canyon. Jimmy O'Brien was in from Loodntyiaka Wednesday evening. Bine new sew in* ma'nhine for sale ■cheap. Enquire at thia otflee. Mrs. Fred Taft, of MtiMen, Jdaho, is wiiltlng at the Victor Taft home. Jack Curtis ia getting industrious And is building himself a ne.w barn. J. W. Pattee ia making aome eaten* ■afoni in the watereystem this week. J. T, Stuart, of Stuart's farm, was •feeling pulses with bis town friends Friday. Dee Boucher*# address is now London, England. Dee 'is seeing aome of ■the world. • ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1904

8t. Paul, Moor. 621 Wabasha St. Dr. Hartmao, Columbus, O., XX*r Sir: "I took Peruna last summer when I was all rundown, and had a headache and backache, and no ambition for anything. I now feel as well as I ever did In all my life, and all thanks is due to your' excellent Peruna.”—Bess F. Healy. The symptoms of summer catarrh are quite unlike in different cases, but the most common ones are general lassitude, played-out, tHed-out, used-up, run-down feel- the ability to digest food seems to be lost. Skin eruptions, sallow complexion, biliousness. coated tongue, fitful, irregular sleep, " ' to complete the picture is so common at this sea- help to which is Peruna so exactly meets all these conditions that the demand is so great for this lemedy at this season of the year that it is nearly impossible to^upply it. N» Narcotic*. One reason why Peruna has found permanent n>-e in so many homes is that it contains no narcotics of any kind Peruna is perfectly harmless. It con be us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1904

mm WKEB3JY’ EDITION, lien&ficks’ Colninbian. VOL. II. JIO.5. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. AUGUST «, 1904. imumiMt EVERY CITY OF VAST EMPIRE OF RUSSIA MOURNED. Emp«ror Nicholas and Dowager Env praaa Were Present—Richly Made Cushions Suported the Dead States man’s Decorations of Honor During His Notable Career. St. Peteraburs. Aug. t.—M. von Plehvs, the minister of the interior, who was assassinated Thursday morning last, was burled Sunday, and In every city and hamlet of this vast empire church bells were tolled and mpsses and prayers said for the repose of the soul of the murdered minister. The services here, which were according to the rites of the orthodox ctyirch, were of an impressive and lmpoping character. At 11 o'clock in the maiming high mass was said in the stately chapel adjoining the ministry of the Interior. Emperor at Bier. Emperor Nicholas and the dowager empreea stood with the broken hearted, widow ana the children of the minister at me foot of a great mound o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1904

Columbian ' Bv**t stv "iLAXiai v |»r year'in advSncn within WALyt trovt *rt* ti. tJimm 10 com .The Kalispell Mfeston Will Meet at Co- lumbia Falls. mWltfon. Special rat«B b ceirtfi-jwr IlH^each Special rat« b^ccnrttact. T Mission Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church will eonyene at this place August 18th to 91st. Bishop Joseph K. Berry, of Chicago; will pre- side. Dr. Geo. B. Smyth, of SanFrancirco,, and'Rev. W. W. VanOrsdell, of Great Fails, wilt be present to address the conference. The programme will be printed next week. , •Tfatfertd.Jmie 20.' 1008, at.' Columbia AUs.t Mont., aa second class matter, ratter? Met of Gongrese ot Maroh 3rd, BATtiSnA^, ATJGVSTO, 19A4. «atY'MARKETS Ghickend;. 13 Butter 1^ B«. 25 Potatoes 60 ***» 60 $«W»ge 4 Aeta DiWheat..... 10*1 26 0ata...;.v 100 Bailed Hay 18 00 The Geo. Bi MWlellin- Post, No. 24, Q. A. K„ meets-everV let and 3d Saturday each month, at 2j£ nr;, abthe Soldiers’ Home. B. K.Lthd commander N. H. Morley, Adjutant. There Is But On...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1904

n PI MlYfMJlItt They Are Now Before the Department and * * an Early Decision is Expected. Ever tince 18113 claim ownera ttlla •ection have been waiting and praying for the acceptance of aarveya made under contract So. 387. Over four yeare of waiting haa caueed great inconvenience and diesatiafactioa. The eettlerej who feel that » great lojnatioe has been done them, have been lead to believe that the aarveya were held np by adveree reporta and chicanery on the part ef rival coniractora in Montana known 1>T I hem is the snrvavora trust. And there are tho»e who believe the reason foe the delay it that the awrveys have been held back by a jiant corporation who, have an intent on lecoring large bodies of timber lands enrbroced in the aorvey. This matter was fully e*plained to our surveyor-general by a recent letter addrvosed Irom tins offics sad th* following It the reply: Helena, Mont .July 38. 1604. B. A. Hendrl(ij. 'j Columbia Falla, Montana, \ - Sir:—1 am in receipt of you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 August 1904

EST TONIC IRtMMniitfl CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. It increases the appetite, tones up the stomaah, invigorates and strengthens the system, and fnmtthes purer and better blood for the upbuilding of the run-down constitution. You will find no tonic to act so promptly and beneficially where the health has given ±- strength over-taxed by hard work and close confinement, living in the low, marshy sections of the country, exposed to uitlc poisons and breathing the impure air arising from stagnant pools andswamps, till their Canton, Ohio, Au*. 6,1BOS. timely use has many times was troubled with an itohln* skin aroptlonon prevented the serious com- ;thB fac *' “ d 1 trled ,ip ' ciall,t " ““ ma “ 7 reln *' plicution^ythat »d often result from malaria. ^Gpod blood, good appetite and good digestion are the foundation stones of good health. S. S. S. supplies all these, containing mad to rausva. I am now oomparatlTalr hla eruption. I think a sreet deal of Tour medicine, beUev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1904

7 w.niHiKXiY EDITION. fry: ■ ? mt IT •'• ■'. ir iiriclte’ Columbian. = A&4 VOL.IL NO. 6. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. AUGUST 18, 1904. C^fiMlK. SatacHpUsu Price: J1PH MUDWi Situalion ai THEIR ENORMOUS FORCE MARCHINO TOWARD MUKDEN. Also Mailing to Right and Left of Ruaalan Poaltlon South of Uaoyang— Japa Getting Cloaa to Port Arthu Laat Attack Waa Coatly to Engllah Offloar*a Bravery. Uaoyang, Aug. Authentic advices have been received here Indicating that the Japanese are advancing an enormous force toward Mukden. Jap columns are also massing to the right and left of the Russian position south of here, while It Is reported that another large force of Japanese, believed to be commanded hfr General Fukushima, la moving from Newchwang, where they landed from transports last week. It is believed that their object la a simultaneous attack upon both Mukden and Uaoyang, rJhlle at the same time they will try to cut the Russian communications north of Mukden. Secure Fine Position!. Tok...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1904

-»<**«.• '•'■Vvr:/ 1 r .‘ $2.60 per year ■hridtance in'^IO-dayS ffotlrdate Prof. Aughey Sums It Up Reporter. Tribune diaplar-*!!. monthly, bocal* 20 cehtt per line each ** iMwlion. per Jttjnare .erlinetn Sheoial rates'bv contract. clKim ot Canadian geolouists that whare- Prtff^P.'Angliey, of Hpokant, Wash.. ever tliere hll( , v0 | clui j c eruptions, a prominent Keologist of the country. one i8 Very llkelv to find oil depofllta. wl>o returned from an extended visit to, The evidonpe of volcallic disturbances the oil Helds of northern Montana was ;mpf|t „ rollouDce j the Swift Cnrrent at I'nrk hotel yesterday and he anoke re j gon enthusTaSricaliy of the lookout for the j .. Th ; vliriou8 ptral „ 5 ot lhe mrmation Moutnna oil flblds. ^ I there go to make up the cfetaecous J Prof. An.-hey was. frr 1.1 years, pro. ^ p Th# Mr , u in ^ Fntered Time o 0 IttflS at Colombia t"”'" " f _ n '‘l'be.i srien-e at the Snivel- | uronp> knolvn lla , |ie Dako . B ha8 [...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1904

-’•rflsjHjwi, I per year tn'idvance I fiO dayS h'ofti dsto per »5oare fcncala 20 cehts per line each Special ratea'by contract. {Mm;-.* '■ .v’"- . .'“Entered .Tone 20, 1000, at Colnmhia . T i , all“, Mont., tis rei-otW ela»e mutter, ‘ onder Act o( CouKrea-'Of March 3rd, k 1879.” Ihiiihshi Prof* Aughey Sums It Up to a Tribune Reporter. claim ol Canadian geologists that where- rmf.O.'Anghey. ol Hpnkan., Waal... ewr t , l(|re |wei| voldlnic eruption., a prominent iteologiat of the country, - one jg - vt , ry |lk| , |v t0 finil oi , jepogitg. who returned from an eitmded v.a.t to . The evi(ionPe o! vo | canic di.turUnCe. the o.l fields of northern Montana was | if , moat pronoUDCe<I ... the Swift Cnr/e>t at I'ark hotel yesterHay and he aooka rgyp,,,, • enthusiastically of the lookout for the j .. Thg vlirioU8 p , ratM5 ot , he ^rmation , Montana oil fiflda. ! there go to wake up U.e cretaceous Notice of Dis-o'.utlon of Partnership.; Know AM. MEN l:Y TJI1.BE rRKSKPT...

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