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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 August 1904

tl. E. Him 10 Mil The Kalispell Mission Will Meet at Columbia Falls. . fouiiiH AnnuAL stm or TMl lialispell Hisin or thi imosQi ffiscoPAi mm j» To Be Held At Jt COLUMBIA f ALLS x NONTAN4 August 18. 19.20 and 21, 1904. Bi»bo|) Joseph F. B€rry PCIOIDINO ■ Thyfreday. August 10. 8:30 ». ’ni... Devotional fiervi.w 9:00 «. m —AciniiiiiFlrmion of ihe Sav rument followed by Bii.iiime SeBsinn. 3:00b ui .Sermon W. T. Litvin. 8:00 p. m.—Cburch Exten»i'ir»Anniver- ••.. .nary Addteiw W. -VV. VenOredell. • I’riday. August 19. I 8:30 a. m •.....'Devotional Servlre ! 9:00 h. in .. .Ku*ilie>a See*inn 3 iOo p.m...i ... Seroum Rev. Mr. Blackbiirii 8:00 inMissionary Anniversary Ad....dress G. B. Sniyih, D; i). Satui-dav. August 20. 8:30 a. m... Devotional Me-ting 9:00 a. in..,,. ...Burinees Session 3:00 p. in... Sermon ti, A. Wells 8:00 p. m.—Freedmeii'a Aid Annivorsary Atidnss D. K. Tindali. D. D. Sunday. August 21. 9:30 a. m Conference Ixive Feast 10:30a. in ..Sermon I. F. Berry 3:00 p. in...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1904

■ WEEKLY EDITION. McnMcke’ decion. ' ' (Solnmbian. I VOI* II. NO. 7. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. AUGUST 20, 1904. Price fetti RUSSIAN VLADIVOSTOK SQUADRON DEFEATED. Battle Took Place In Strait of Korea— Battle Laited Five Houre—Ruaslan Cruleer Sunk—Whereaboute of Crew Unknown—Toklo la Joyful—Armlee’ Positions Unchanged. Toklo. August IB.—Vice Admiral K&mlraura, encountered the Russian Vladivostok squadron at dawn today north of Tsu Island, in the strait of Korea, and attacked the enemy at once. The battle lasted for flve hours, and resulted in a complete Japanese victory. The Russian cruiser Rurlk was sunk and the cruisers Rossia and Gromoboi fled to the northward, after having sustained serious damage. Vice Admiral Ramlmura cables the navy department that the injuries inflicted upon his vessels were slight. The fate of the crew of the Rurid is not known. Toklo is Joyous over this news, as - it gives Japan mastery of the sea and restores commerce. Tienshluten, Aug 16.—The r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1904

Stsie Land Agent Neill at Kalispell enjoying bim«tl( ahile ll* i-Ute l«n<ln are being devastated by fire reminds us that Nero fiddled while Romo burned. BAD ON JIM HILL. That troubles naver como singly isshown by the fact that after the Rocteefellers and Hatriamns- are after Jim Hill’s scalp now cornea Kaliepel) and 9?d Logan. HIM is certainly to be pitied. BAND BENEFIT AND SOCIAL. Wcommitteemen of varwill meet at at Kaliapi-ft to name the date ol holding the iVipubltcian>coimty convention. If the state and forestry agents cannot sncceasfully fight threat fires they Bhonldat least investifi^e' such cases H the Teakflttle monnUin tire and ' prosecute tty* the limit the partise-re- Jt !• deplorable when parties a ith a ■ thousand dollar contract can set tires Sod destroy hundreds of' thousands of ' dollars of other people’s property and - rendering settlers destitute and homeless withont redress. On Saturday evening, October 23, there will be a concert and social...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1904

Vast Areas of Mineral Lands Within Forty Miles of Our Fertile Soil. Re»d the paper that gi»ea you facta N' ( The qaeation whether the renoorcea of side of the mountiann, and tann^la a>e the Eaat Kootenay diatrigt of British driven in, and such water s» is found in CoJtytibia are to be exploited by Eastern working passes out by gravitation. Tlie miliionatlea or wheatber tiie people of | expense of pumping is eliminated and the west will gain control before the fin ! i*'e coat of hauling is reduced to a min; al entrance ofthe EaWerner is a question inium. which interests'everyone who has at As a consequence of these conditions heart tlie defclopinenl Of Bridish Col- the Crow’s Nesst Baas Coal Company ..pmbia and Washington. | is doing probably tlie most probable With the passing of the monopoly at-! business in Canada. The shares of this temped by the Canadian Bai ifioRailway ‘ com l’ all > were selling six tears aao for of these immence coal aod iron beposits an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 August 1904

way to get, rid a and other erup- • cteansetbe blood. Hood’s Sarsaparilla wife of the British ambassador Lady Durand, has set against the rapid social life of many of the women of the national capital. Of champagne drinking she has a special abhorence. Lady Durand does not profess primness, but she thinks-a little more dignity should be observed in diplomatic circles. dOMINQ EVENTS. American Mining congress, Portland, August 22-27. Montana division A O. H., Missoula, August 22-25. Montana D- of D.. grand lodge, Deer Lodge, August 24-25. Montana State Federation of Labor, Hamilton, August 22Northwestern Washington Union Veterans’ association, Chewslah, September 12-16. Fairs, Etc. Spokane Intersthte fair, October 3-9. Boxeman, Mont,, interstate fair, Au gust 29, September 3. The promoters of the Irish Industrial exhibition of 1906 are getting on. They have gathered in 100.000 pounds of the 150.000 pounds they afm at before beginning the building. There are 3000 lepers in the Transvaa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1904

*•' . ' *, ’ •'/ v;"- DmoN. p Columbian. > \ EDITION. VOL. II. HO. 8. TfllWOO M 8T. PI MINNEAPOLfS ALSO STRUCK— FIVE PEOPLE DEAD. Fierce Storm Swooped Down on City at 9 O’clock at Night—Lasted IB Minutee—Large Number* of Build* Inge Demollehed and High Bridge Acro'ee River Destroyed. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, AUGUST £7. 1904. >Cegtas Me. fury of the elements seemingly diverted, and with a roar descended on the twin cities and their environs. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 91.—Five are reported to be dead, two score more injured and property loss estimated to reach 12,000,000 -as . the result of a fierce tornado that swooped down on the city shortly after 9 o'clock Saturday.,night. The ^lroll theatre was demolished; the Empire theatre ruined; the high bridge, an Immense structure crossing the Mississippi at a height of 200 feet, was almost totally destroyed, and 200 buildings are more or leas damaged. It was reported that the House of the Good Shepherd, a Catholic institu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1904

ptn-ftaLT it, *dv*Ttce 30 days frorn date pef by contract. Wyy" ‘ ‘t *9 How to cook a c»rp.—Clean tho Dsb nli-oly, Ut it dry for two day* in tho in. Nail the flah to a p^ne boaril, C3Ver with ask, and ftfter standing two days longer pot in the oven and bake slowly for sr* boor*. Then draw the nails out, throw the carp away and eat the nails and board, which are said to be the best paitof the fish. >08, at Coin dibit a* second class matter, Congress of Mirth 3rd, SAtU&VA'Y. A’OtXJST iff. 1904. People'maV Iftanf aftbr while that part ties in gknr houses shouldn't thro# rflonea: OIL I DILI,' OILfil The Belly Hirer gil and Development Co.’s drill irnow on the ground. Four seepage* - known to exist'on the Companies land and 'will begin drilling by Aogest-37lh. Stock is now going at fi cents per share and the promoter stock is all pooled. Enquire Of H. Boucher, Manager and agent, Columbia Falls. LADIES Here it an opportunity to'buy yonr bats cheap. Commencing' Augus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1904

Vi*-f TO RMO Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Topic s. KBllcpell, MonUw; ‘ * U 1 Aogaat, 20, 1004. At the meeting of the Republician Co. Central Committee, bold in the city of Kalftpell, HonUna on Augnat 20, 1904, ' it wm ordered that a Republican Connty Convention of the delegated repreaenutiveaof the republician party of Flathead County be held In the Opera Houae in (he city of Kaliapell, Montana at 10 o’clock A. M. on Septembers, 1904, for the purpoae ot placing in the nomination canditatea for the following offices: , Three menbera ol the houae of Reprea- e^entalivea One Sherifl " Tieaaurer ", ' “ Clerk of the Diatrict Court « Clerk a Recorder ' < “ Aaaeaeor . “ County Attorney “ County Supt. of Schoole " Coroner .; Public Administrator •• County Suryeyor ,and twenty-tao (22) delegates and twen-ty-two (22) allerttaiea to the Republican State Convention, to convene at Billings, Montana, at 12 o'clock noon Sept., 7, 1901, and lor the traneaetion af such other busi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 August 1904

1 mm |.vV'> A SPONGE, to most stubborn' diseases enter l through the pores of the skin. r _, it absorbs pwiaons of various i are taken up by the little bloodth the surface of the body, and the great current of the blood. ‘ poison oak and other noxious of poison oak and other noxious — rcolate through the skin like water through a sponge, are circulation, breaking out afresh each season, and linger- — unless antidoted and drivdn'out of the system, p ■!_ j iy among the employes of dye houses, and from wearing colored under-clothing and hosiery, is of frequent occurrence joM<ar OAK AXji it. Mrwman. t Or«r flft^n7**rma»o I w*apol»oa*awtta Pol- Other erupUons. ion Ook. I trlo4 roaftoUT oltor romody wtikooS I Workers in lead, brass ^ttrearoliof. Bor., brok.outor.r m T body and other metal, are often poisoned by the chemicals try B. i B., which i aid. Aft.r t»hinf thrj. Snd acids used in polish- ing, andthe dust and fil- Tourv^»sW. m^oln. for .o rreinpt.nd «imings set...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1904

V* M EDmON. (Solntitbian. vol. xi. no.o. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. SEPTEMBER 3. 1904. Stagb CM<* l«c. SafeacrilpflM Pric* S2JI par Y«ar. RUSSIANS COMPELLED TO MAKE HASTY RETREAT. Troop* Were Disappointed In Not Glv- * Ing Battle—Russians Lost 300—Japs Advancing Rapidly—Heavy Fighting Expected Soon in Vicinity of Llaoyang—Japanese Generals Forward. Liaoyang, Aug. 29.—The Russians retired from AnsQaushan yesterday, after a fight which commenced on the morning of August 26 and continued In a desultory manner all ■ day and night ' Arrangements for a battle had been completed by night time, when the order to retire was given on account of the situation to the east. The order was received with disappointment by the troops. The retirement was made In an orderly manner. Transportation between Anshanshan and Halcheng was blocked by Japan ese troops, who burned the bridge and shelled the railway station after the Russians’ retirement. The.’Russian loss amounts to 300. The Japanese a...

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

• I v , .M pdr year in advance wilh^ii SO^ajB. from date The Belly River Oil and Development Co.’s drill )a now on Uae tround. Fhnr •eepagea known to exist on the Companies land and .will. begin drilling by 4ugest27th. Stock, la now going at cents per share a^d the promolor stock 18 all pooled: Enquire of J. H. Bouch •r, A^anager'and agonl, Colombia Falls Special rptee,l)Y contract. • ** Entered J o ne^t'. 1903. at Col nn. la a 'Falls, Mont., aa second class mutter. * - , bnd<w Act of Congress of March :trd. 1 1879." ..LADIES . Hero is an opportunity to buy your hats cheap. Commencing August 1st I williBfll my entire stock of millinery at less than co»t. Mbs. M. S. Foster, Columbia Falls, Mont. ' PASTURE FOR RENT. I have a 200 sere pasture of timqthy meadow land ot» my farm two mile* west of'V.atenline school house. Will prsture stock reasonable. James Hoemao. I0IE511 [DIM (OH Hewn to the Quick With the Reportorial Broad Axe. If yonrsobscrintion to the Colambian .ebonld.b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 September 1904

-> :W They Are Again Passed Back and Forth Across the Continent. air. B. A. Hendrielu, Colaiobi|i Fain, Montana. ■® r: I am In receipt of yonr letter dated August 11,109t,|nrpgardto.acceptance of the surveys in Montana executed by Paul 8. A. BfcUel # nd \V. CJ. Filer. under their Jfipt Contract N'o. 387, dated March SO, 1901. , You.inclose printed copy of a letter dated Jrfly ?8 M 10JH, ^d4rw(?ed to-you.by ■the U. 8. Surveyor Genera) of Montana, explaining the delays whlth t/fivo oi^ Curred in the matter Qhtlin execution of and action upon those surveys, and urge, in Uetmlf of ihe aettlers that the matter bp given tlie.oarliest poesdile con aideratiou. * Jn reply I have to state that .the re- turns.of said surveys have 1 been examined in^ this odlce and found' to contain certain errorn which necessitated their retmtntto the Surveyor General’s office. With letter dated August 11, 1901, the plats.and field notes were returned to the,Sotvevor General with dfreetiona for the ...

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

ronic Sores tiny Ulcers uiwn"tSrsy8tem. Ji, a source of so much trouble as an old sore or ulcer, paricn located upon the lower extremities where ' h ' clr ^‘ a '. 10 “ h Weak and sluggish. • A gangrenous eating ulcer upon the leg devefoo d fromT!imple boil, swollen gland, bruise or p.mple, and are fKLS”,! tapr .Iw.yi, b«.u» -hil. .11 such * ”Jr7 ZJL, munv are, and this should make you susp.cious of all chronic slow-healing ulcers and sores, particularly if cancer runs in your family. Face sores are common and cause the greatest annoy-ance-jbecause they are SO « Wheeltne, W. Vs.. M»y 28,1803. penitent and unsightly toewireart a»*Ui»*twork.Ie»Uow struck and detract so much from “ir toid one’s personal appearance. me x woa ld havo runntn* .ores *or USs. and that Middle apd an/old pe^ pie and those whose blood i. n t md raaortad to tha aaa ofS. 8. B. luabata £ cort^in..^ andUi... ed with the germs and poi- » m n ot dead aa th-» doctor intlmatad l wgmld son of malaria or some ore- ▼ious ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1904

■ W FiTCTCLY EDHTON. Mcn&rttks' Columbian. ’J. VOL. II. NO. 10. i ms mi m CULLED FROM DISPAfCHES OF . THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In 8«th Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 10. 1904. Ce**es l»c. Sa*Kf*dM Prica OM par Yew. BATTLE OF LIAOYANQ. The Chicago & Alton railway has passed to the ownership to the Union Pacific. The Johnson-Dunar Mills company sides were often so near each other that they could distinguish features and htjar words of comment. In one Instance they were separated only by the width of the raUroad, and actually threw stones at each other. The mad heroism of the Japanese and the stubborn tenacity of the Russians have not been paralleled anywhere save In some desperate encounters of the Am- erican civil war. Correspondents state that several ol the bayonet attacks made by the Japanese throughout the battle we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1904

ricks’ Columbian OIL! OIL!! OIL!!! PoBLiBHKn EytRT Saturday, Tlie Belly River Oil am! Developmeil (Co.’a drill is now on the ground. Four eropugea known to exirt on llf 'Gonipanies laud and will begin drilling by Aogeet 27ih. Stork is now ((oing at 5 cents per share and ths promntof stock is ail pooled. Enquire of J, H. Btuichcr, Manager and agent, Columbia Falls. The Geo. It. .McClellan Post, No. 24, G. A. K.. meets every 1st and : - >.l Saturday each month, n.i. 2 (>. m., at the Soldiers' Home. It. K I. Hid voinimimb r N. H. MorUy, Adjutant. !THK HOTEL GLACIER AT LAKE MCDONALD MA T/Ult ^8. if not paid within 90 days from date of subscribing. LADIES AnVEBnsjKO-dispiaj—fl. per square Here i. an opportunity io bnv your monthly. Uw«1«'20 eenfs per line each , , . ' . , . inanition... Special rates by contract. J hats cheap. Commencing August Is. I will sell ray entire stock of millinery BtruuY For Sale Clime.—:-; , ,r*S"ideliaker top hnggv. Enquire of Mrs. J. N. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1904

The Paul Bickel Surveys Embracing Thirteen Townships. Helona Montana September Oth 1904. Mr. D. A. Hendricks Columbia Falls, Mont. Dear-Sir: It eivea me pleasure to inform you that I am Unlay sending to the Kalispell Land Office the plats of IS townehipj Surveyed under Contract 387, Bickel & Filer, and approved by the Land Commiseiuner upon Aug. 31, 1901. The thirteen Townships are follows. Via: 25 N. K 1!) W 26 •• “ 19 “ 26 • 20 “ 27 “ •' 22 “ 29 “ " 27 " 30 •' " 20 “ Township 27 N. R 23 west surveyed under this contract is held up awaiting the adjustment of some lines. .. Very Truly K. W. Beattie U. S. Stir General The Old Timers -dance last Friday evening was a nnamtotrs sucress. Jack Rohideau never (ailed to make a aiu-cess ol a dance in bis whole life. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tbe Interior. U. 8. Laud Office, Kallapetl. Mont. , September 8, ISM. Notice is herby given that theSarvoys of the following townships have been officially examined and approved b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 September 1904

Crews Step »t Shanghai. .—The Times’ Shanghai corsaya it la understood there China has agreed to keep the crews of the two Russian vessels now in Shanghai in Chinese territory until VtJ» end of the war between Japan and the baccarat case, the Bartlett case and the Jameson case. Is a member of parliament and was for six years solicitor general. His earnings at law are about *217 an hour. If he works JV hours a day 300 days in a year his income is *651,000 a year. Careful tests at Cornell university demonstrated that a one horse power engine working continuously for one hour, could produce only enough liquid air, when converted Into power, to run a one horse power engine one minute. Sir Edward Clarke, K. C.. is said be the best paid professional man - . Tom R e iii y . B i n g ge d Upland. He distinguished himself In °.w with hi. b£* Burrows Knocked Reilly Out in J9th In one of the prettiest fights ever seen in Spokane, Jim Burrows of Nova Scotia knocked out Jack Reilly of San Francis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1904

r * 9 A w hMhIKX.Y KDEHjON. Columbian. VOIi.II. NO. 11. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 17, 1904. MacrlptiM PrktSUI pr Tew. ■mu is ii «m RUSSIAN- GENERAL RETURNS AF- TER INSPECTING FORI 8. Ruwlans Continue to Retreat Northward—Chlneae Bandita Shooting and Torturing Ruaalan Patrola—Fighting at Lloayang Flerceet Poaalble—Ruealana Retreat Wat Maaterly. London, Sept. 13.—The Dally Mall’a Slmnlntln correspondent, cabling, eaya: “General Kuropatkln baa returned to Mukden alter inspecting the fortifications at Tie pass, work on which la not well advanced, but which la being hurried along. At the present time dangerous and costly efforts to delay the Japanese are being made. "I learn from the Russian sources that the emperor peremptorily commanded Kuropatkln to retake Liaoyang. "There le no abatement in the retreat of the Russian forces northward. The noise of a fierce engagement was heard south of Mukden Friday night. "The whole line of retreating Russians when within five mllee southea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1904

2.60 per year ip a«Jr»nce I not paid wi^hi,!. HO dfy.a .frftnx 'lat,* iblaa. Ijuna—di«pUr—«. per eqoitr.e _ jr. Locals, 20 ceirta.per I >'» each tinamtipn. Sp^hil rate* br coptvet. “•Kntere<l .Tti^e 2P., 1VM, at Colun.bis tFslls, Mont., a^. second class nmUer, vniKter Act of (>»ngresr of M»tcll ."Uyl. 011,1 Oil,!! Oil.!!! Th<? Belly Rivp'’ Oil and Development ' .Co.’B„driII iB.nnw on ib.- ground. four seoiiages known, to exjst on the Companies land and aiU^bcKin. drilling b/ Aitgesi 27il). 8to«-itW now! going at It cents per share and list? proyinjor stocky is nil pi'ided. Knqnire of J- H. Boucher, Manager.iin,d agent, Cojuinbi* Falls. RADIES Herein an Qppprtuniiy to, bpy your hats cheap. Coin.oven.eing August Ipt I will sell my entire slopk rf, millinery at ltBS.tban coat. Mas,. M. S. Fosn:n, Coluipbin..Falls. Mont. ^ATLJfiPAy. fvRPT. 17, 1904. PASTURE FOR-R^NT. I have a 200 acre pasture of tijuotliy, meadow land on. my tarm two miles wes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1904

" "t • Matters of- Interest to Readers of Home Topics. ThW '• "" b,,m ‘' , * t r ‘« ret - Go * ;i, ’ U tor n - frn * ^T.le. R^d the paper tl..t give^you Mr.. Ijermim S.U'iikp Iihh <le|inrl.il for 8|V,kttn« where nh>- wiU with Get your men.iire tukeu fur a new •tovo at Hnn hiiiRon'M. They have just retrieved « cur loud of iiiUheJ.Uoet ami irienda f..r a roll pie of weika. neweat doaiirns. I _ . .. „ j The Karl of Cnrnayon asaerli-d fre Home wilhoul a woman la just a place ijaenll.v 1 “One oiily I will aervaV’ The toaiay. l-mrii to awiui—and Him keep in the ■wiui. Frank Boyleia now at Family Po*toffle- In Teton {.'onnty and report# that he la doimt fiiei elaa.. have an aim In life even if yen ranont Idi 'he tido of a b.irn. There are more vbipRdhan -hip. that Piuh in tin! tiii;ht. • Olaon & Petenion have purchaand the" whl'e pine tlinh’r on I he Duvo Greve pluee and now hnlhlina a l'iititin/-road therefrom rolnmhia Falla. This will help aome. Trials m...

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