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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 September 1904

Report of the Big Battle Bt Petanboxg, Sept. 16.—The qne»tion oi the rwponcibllity for the failure at Karopatkln tooroah Knroki September 9 north of the Taitze river oontintM to ezoite all absorbing interest it military oiroles. According to a Russian correspond eat, the blame rests on General Orloff. whose troops failed to carry ant their par^of the program. The long expected detailed report the tattle of Uaoyang has been oeired from Knropatkln. The report eorera the operations from Auguat 28 ■ to September 6. According to the adavnoe summary communicated to the pa-eas by the general staff, It la very satiafactory, showing that retreat was effected with snob precaution that a abgle field or fortreea gun was behind. The total Russian losses are below 17,000, of which 4600 were of re- not left In the opinion of offloers who have read the report, it is favorable to Kuropatkin, practically disarming the previous diapoaiton to orltioire him. The report explains the sucoeesive with drawa...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 September 1904

Hendricks’ Columbian. VOIi.II. NO. 12. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. SEPTEMBER 24, 1904. Iff. MKriFtioa Prict 8JI pr Yrmr. i mmm its CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Eaetem and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Grover Cleveland, democracy’s great leader, may be persuaded to speak for Parker In the northwest. Foreign Minister Lamsdorff's reply to the British ambassador, Sir Charles Hardlnge, on the subject of contraband of war, admitted the conditional character of all articles mentioned In section 10 of article 6 of the Russian regulations, except horses and other bl asts, which Russia Insists remain In the category, of absolute coutranano. Important developments regarding China's attitude toward the belligerents Is anticipated in well Informed quarters at St. Petersburg. There are rumors of closer relations between China and Japan, of the possibility of the Japanese tur...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 September 1904

Rvjcbv Satdbrat. \j«ob*c«hption—|2iW per year in.advance ‘ f3. if not paid ><UUii> • 90-riajr* l»om date •v-of anbacribips. ‘■.Anvamamo-^diaplay—11. annare monthly. Locals 20 cents per line each Linseition. Speeialrates by contrai-t. *'Entered Jnne--20, >903, at Oolnmbia iFalls, Mont., as second dnss mutter, x-nnder Act of Congress ofiMhrcti 2sd, fJ879.” ■ •.OIL! OIL!!'OIL!!! ■ThetRelly River Oil and Development Co.'a rlr.ill is now ou ihe ground. Four >• epnges known to exist on the Compftnies land wul will begin drilling by Angest 2'jh. Stock is now going at 5 cent* per.share and lho proinntor stoi'k is all pooled. Kiiqnire of J. H. Boucher, Manages and agent, Columbia Faile. ^ LADIES . Uere-is an opportunity to buy your .hats .cheap. Commencing August 1st. I will soll.my entire stock of millinery at lees titan coet. Mrs. M. S. Fustkr, Columbia Falls, Mont. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING. SATURDAY. .SEPT.;34. 1904. T-atn prepared t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 September 1904

Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Topics. The man that refuees lo aorrv has made progress along (lie philosophical ‘ •'* r8 ‘ NieUenhofen and Miss Clarissa way of life. : Talbott are to depart fur a trip to Si. . .... , ; I>>iiIb next Tuesday. A rebellious soil is poor sustenance for roses. A heart that hates has little If we onl >' 8ec * ,ml '• for room for love. I oaraelves with as keen and ready a fore- •iabt as we see what is good for others. i Merely to give orders is not a sign of mastery, but to have wise orders 6x> - coted promptly shows the master in man. how much more would be! successful our lives An exchange says a man went to sleep J- -her day. ^.e h^ There is a doub.e joy in eating cherry - A >Ui|ie n.hermsn clame, to. h-ve P JL. I! '"I."' 1 *''- 0 '" j “. Hl honk a (lab which iHilloled 100 minutes before giving lip. That fin was prob'd ly “Ki-li what it will do to your iuternat uncvli- allies. No Curley I/JCk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 September 1904

Impure blood always shows somewhere. If the skin, then bolls, pimples, rashes. If the nerves, then neuralgia, nervousness, depression. If the Sarsaparilla stomach, then dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite. Your doctor knows the remedy, used for 60 years. flM • boUl«. j.c.»T«*oo.. for MiVfiTili Jiiii Impure Blood Akl||the Saraaparlllo^by^keoplnf^th# Goes for Target Practice. San Francisco.—The armored oruis er New* York, flagship of the Pacific squadron; the protected cruiser Bennington, the torpedo boat destroyer Paul Jones and the collier Nero, have sailed from this harbor for target pracUce at Magdalena bay. The cruiser Marblehead remained In port to protect the interesta of the government It Is said that the New York wlU meet the Chicago, now en route from the Atlantic station, and that Rea? Ad- miral Goodrich will transfer his flag to her, the New York corfUnuing her trip to the New York navy yard, where she Is to be repaired. The other vessels with the exception of the Pan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 October 1904

VOL. II. NO. 13. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, OCTOBER 1, 1904, SatacripdM Price SZJO per Year. If ESI LATE NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK BRIEFLY TOLD. Choice Selection* of Intereetlng Item* Gathered From Exchangee—Culling* From Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon—Numerou* Accident* and Pereonal Happening* Occur. IDAHO ITEMS. The Moscow opal mines are again to be opened and worked. A generous rain has put the roads In good shape for wheat hauling. The baseball season of Pacific National ended with Boise the winner. About 300 teams are unloading wheat at the Nez Perce tramway every day. There were seven men in attendance at the recent so-called populist state convention at Boise. A very profitable farmers’ institute of five sessions closed at the Dudley schoolhouse last week. The new Nez Perce Catholic church is being completed and will be in use about the middle of October. A man posing as a cripple with one arm tied up. Is visiting the small towns! The man Is a fraud and a bilk. No word has y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 October 1904

Columbian rSaturday . -$3.60 per j eAr in Advance ( paid 'flthin 90 days from date ibln*. S fa play—$1. »lg 20 cents . per sqaare Locals 20 cents per line each Special rates by contract. , "Enteraf June 20,1903, at Colombia Falls, Mont., as second class matter. Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATUBtMY. OCT. 1, 1904. ' A great man? of jRe n<-»»p«pcr» rail a bowl about people Borrowing the paper. Not so with the C^Rrmh'an. We want every body to read IVayd gov'em them selves accordingly- if they'.vant to. If you are too-cussed stingy or too Mamed ornery to atfbscribe—read it ahyway. Sneak over to the jicighbors like a mangy yellow slog, pretend you Want to borrow a snickersnee or some other blamed thing you know they haven’t got, I rang around like a hound pup after a gut wagon until all the family get through with the paper, then -pick it np gingerly and tell them that you haven't got any use for the measly k ^ or Representatives sheet, but you just want to seo how. cussed no...

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

Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Topics. SCHOOL NOTES. Mi»* Woodna d hta an aquarium her room which is quite interesting the little folk. ^ D. A. Ht-ndrick" lia« been appointed a i United State* Court Commissioner (oft i the District of Montana. Mr. Hendricks j cun always Jie foundnt ilia Columbian The practice paper and copv-booke offico in Uolambi * Hb *n full hare arrived so that writing could be- l K,w '* r 10 ,b1,0 “H filings on land* in this gin in all the room* this week. I «"<! your final proof, on timber , ! and homestead entries may be made be- New pnp.la continue. This Is desir-: fore , lim _ His pricea for this wark will aWeyetall ahould enter immediately remain within the bounds oitl.e-tatute. now. if possible, as new el.«e, connot . lld M(t | er , (1ln , av# twotriw with lhcir be formed to accommidat. those «bn wltnlMW ,, to K(llll)I>ell , Uviui{>l|U|eir enter irregularly. | business done right at home. All of Some are doing good ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 October 1904

iL HIGHBORN Recommends Pe-ru-na — Other Prominent Men Testify. ia writes from the Census Office building Washington, D. C., as follow*: "People cannot live in the variable climate of the Eastern and Atlantic coast stateeand escape liability to colds and catarrhal affections. The wide and common prevalence of these ailment* Is proof enough of the assertion. I have been no exception, but I have found a sure means for combating those greatest objections-to this climate, and that is Peruna. Taken as directed, it la a cure for present catarrhal affliction* and a preventative of future -distress of that kind.”—E. H. Fitch. •Pe-ru-na aVery Effective Remedy.” Hon. Robert W. Davis, member of congress from Florida, writes frorr house of representatives, Washington, D. 0., as loilows: "I can cheerfully recommend your remedy, Peruna, as a very effective cure tor coughs, cold* and catarrh.”—Rob ert W. Davis. C. P. R. SHOPMEN STRIKE. Seven Hundred Employe* Lay Down Their Tool*. Winnipeg. Man.—The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 October 1904

w mniKXTSr MuTTIQN. VOL. II. NO. 14. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, OCTOBER 8. 1»04. I mm HEWS NOTES CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hlmlspherst During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Secretary of State John Hay la to remain at the head of the state department in case President Roosevelt Is elected In November. The car that stands In the roundhouse at Plalnvllle, Mass., Is the oldest railroad coach lij the United States. ; It Is rumored th^t General paslllo Munos, leader of the Uruguayan revoluUonlsts, has bedh shot by his for> mer followers. The transport Sheridan Ay sailed from San Francisco foi* 1! Honolulu, Guam and Manila, with a heavy passenger list, a cargo of supplies and a consignment of newly minted pieces for the Philippines . In a boarding house at SL Louis at 362 Locust street shooting aroused the neighborhood and the police found a well dressed woman ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 October 1904

A- - - wsz s'i'v r.EVMta^WUT. IV-jU MATXSt • tfi* y*W 4*> ■4T*nce Nlii 80.4*}^ f rom d*t* rw, i^ipJKiJSS 1 r»te» by ajntrMt. ^rof^TrS*^: SA^DfiDAY. .QCT. •#. 1904. Tlio Uir rMinlnM that all mining no fifoa fv publication, no^M to co- owoer and application* (or patent, -be oabHabed In newapapar, of general circulation, pnbluhed neatest tb« prop* •rty. th* Columbian 1* now the oS dal paper (or tbla end of the Flathead county. in m tDiwi (onro j& few Shots Firccf at Long* R^ngc With no Intent to Kill «My Faaat faubecinning to look like a ; ,ten cent drink eharged up on tne .book. There ia aa rn^ch difference between ; 8ee>ey and Moodey^ta *b*ire ia .between v ^eeeafi Christ and a section boas. “A moat distreeaing incident" correct imitatiop of aponntry edi lathe ionAry* ving toj-nn apewapaper witbot mrfney. \Columbla Falla has loat the diviaion /tor «, feaigbt and paxaengeta bptjl has got tbe k dlyiaiflp. JThait -wHl dielp tkontd. 'V~' ^Itia almoet^rta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 October 1904

'X-'. «'--S'.'?:'- . * mnt n ra Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Topics. SCHOOL NOTES. The first school month ended Frldsjr September 30. The record (or the month U m follows: Number enroled 151, Ar•rsn attendance 146, Tsrdy esses 5. Th# work is progressing mcelv and Is now well organised. A few pupils have been irregular In attendance, but it is hoped that this will bo reduced to the mioiinu m. At the end of the month a half holiday will be given to all who are neither absent or tardy and do not leave the room during ichool hours. Many are taking pride in keeping a clear record and, it ia believed, not getting the hall holiday will be comparatively small. Much more will bo accomplished by the pupil who U regular (or nineteen and a half days than by the one irregular tor a longer time. Ida L-rffler was sick and. missed a (ew days ol school last, week. ; Mr. Thorton visited the school last Wednesday. All patrona are cordially invited to follow his example. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 October 1904

mm? j h ^3 on m, "I •ad put IJttrt WBorod my clothe* | on my nightdress. ‘Thim entered a side door to my rr\* ' bedroom, nallng a pass key. As soon as I nt*6£ I IITIGS he got Into the room he drew a knife 1 111 1 lUl^S tadiUHed to nan towa.d>e. crying — — ! that he was going to kill me. I ran .Ore., Oct 6.—In protect-'*0 the table picked np a revolver and - from the murderous attack Ared. The shot struk him in the loft and jealously erased wrist. He placed that arm around my i fired three shots in! neck *nd raised the knife above me of John Thim, causing with the other hand. Then I shot wounds from which it is feared the in- and the bullet struck him in the lured man will die. The shooting oo- breast. The blood spurted out over my Tina lodging bouse on Third nightclothes. I shot the third time, > room occupied by Mrs.Os- immediately afterward, but 1 guess »wounded man is 67 years was nervons, as the bullet struck him of age and a tailor by trade. Both Os- 411 t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 October 1904

.*• w - ' \ \ I* »*-• «»• r •«“ - r > •» \ VOL. II. NO. 15. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. OCTOBER 15. 1904. I Min Mi Hi CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRCSS. A Review of Heppenlnge In Both Eaetem and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Harry Marks, chief owner of the Financial News of London, and a former New York newspaper man, has been elected to represent the Isle of Thanet in the house of commons, succeeding the late James Lowther. Robbers dynamited the bank at Freeland. Ind., and it Is reported they secured |20,000. The safe /was blown open and looted and the entire side of the bank was blown out. The noise aroused’ the people of the town, who hurriedly gathered at the wrecked building, but the robbers had fled. The man who Is responsible for the plan of the Japanese campaign is General Kodama. Baron Kodama Is like Lord Rooerts. He has the alert figure. the soldierly bearing and the keen face...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 October 1904

ibian ’ Satukday. per year in advance within 90 daya Ixom date play—W.. per aqaarc .. 20 cpMa per lino each ~ dal rates by contract. isa. June 20. 1903, at Columbia Mont., as second ci'aes matter, Act o( progress of March 3rd, SATDRDAY. OCT. 15. 1904. The law requires that all mininn no ticea for publication, notices to co- owner and applications for patent, be published in the-newspaper, of general circulation, published- nearest the prop- erly. The Columbian is now the ofTi eial paper for thfat-end-pf the Flathead’ county. H0IE511EDIH1 mu A few Shots Fired at Long Range With no Intent to Kill THAT SWEET BUNCH OF DAISIES. On Saturday night a lirge number of •eople assembled at Main’s Hail, in Columbia Falls, and enjoyed a splendid two hours enterainmeut, consisting of patrotic songs by a male quartet and Borne very good campaign speeches. Mr. Jellison, Republican candidate for the Legislature, made a good imoreasion. ' lie is not a fluent speaker and ponstantly betrayed tlie fact t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 October 1904

Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Topics* Cfaorne Eliot mwour way 1* lllumineil W. 0. Hutchinson nnd wife arrived by the lamp of Reasoni which leads'us from ChicsKOyesterday. Mr. Hutchii * to remark that a great many mmfe seem son is one of the prosperous merchants to wander into the shadows to pick , of this place and he wag married to Miss blackberries] i Jessie Zoethout at Chicago on Octobsr The Chicago News tells of a man kissing a woman twice and being_ therfore the happiest man on earth. And he kissed her but twice I Temperance, thou art a folly 1 A romsnlio young lady wants her fnturo liushand to ask with his eyes only, her hand in marriage. This is all right so far as the girl is coocerned. but ft don't work w ith the old man. 6th. There is no one in essiern Flathead with more friends than has Mr. Hutchinson and he and his estimable bride will reselve a most hiartycongratulation. There will be a grand mask ball at Main's hsll on Oct. 28. David Browne has returned from n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 October 1904

HIM lit HIM REMAINS OP LATE POSTMASTER GENERAL INTERRED. It l« E«ti mated That 25,000 People Viewed the Remaine at 011x41811— Full Eplacopai Service* Were Read by Biehop Nlcholeon—Hundred* of Letter Carrier* Eecorted Casket. Milwaukee. The remains of Pos^ p^Har to iUelf. master General Henry Clay Payne Miss Nellie Holmes, of tbe Young Woman’s Temperance Association of Buffalo, N.Y., strongly advises all suffering women to rely, as she (Id, upon Lyifia E Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. “ Dear Mrs. Pinkhav Your medicine ia indeed an ideal woman'* medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health .and strength. I Buffered misery for several years, being troubled with menorrhagia. My back ached, I bad bearing-down paina and frequent headaches. I would often wake from restful sleep, and in such pain that I suffered for hours before I could go to sleep again. 1 dreaded tbe long nights as much as the weary days. I consulted two different physicians, hoping to get ifelief but. findi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1904

m MenM^k# Columbian. YOL, II. NO. 16. COLUMBIA FAliliS* MONTANA, OCTOBER 29. 1904. CapiM Itc. Prtc« SUI nr Tear. RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE ARMIES SLAUGHTERED. Cxar'e Men Succeeded In getting Away, but Then Loesea Amount to Over 30,000 Men—Bigger Battle Than Llaoyang—Both Armiee Completely Exhauated. Mukden, Oct; 17.—The battle waa renewed and continued throughout the night, being especially heavy at midnight The Russians retain their position along the Shakhe river, and have made frequent attacks'upon the Japanese, capturing six of the latter's guns. The eastern army is helping the western forces. There has been heavy artillery firing tonight The fighting Is now centered on the plain. There was a lull in the battle Saturday, but fighting was continued Sunday on the right The army was then southwest of here 10 miles. It Is now certain that the army will be able to extricate Itself. The'losses amount to 30,000. It has been a bigger battle than Llaoyang. The Russians attacked on the light y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1904

THEY ABE KICKING SOME. t gives its Electoml vote to will undoabtedly cldim t of having delivered the goods •to his promise. There is howin Montana, of the l Eli" school, who sails under banner,, who might > Mr. Clark’s claim. He is I than Clark, in every sense wealth, and is vastly more It ia hardly necessary to call by name for every one knows The spectre of Tom Carter, the jobber and grafter, being rei to the C.S. Senate, in the event republican victory in Montana, is a serious handicap to Rooseveil as well as the republican party in Montana Silver Bow continues to be the storm center of strenuous politics in Montane. There are many unknown political quantities centered about the big mining camps, and it will be impossible to elimenate them before the ballots are counted. One thing is clear, however, and that is that Standard Oil agents are active in the ranks of both Republicans • and democrats. This Companrs record in other states is such that it does not dare to figh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1904

• - Our Esteemed Friend Who Says the Columbian Isn't Fit to Read. The Koodoo, whose presence as the onansger of the townilte company, has ■been snch a blighting curse to the town for so many years, is not ao much in evidence now, and people generally regard Jus retirement from the Bank of Oolumbia Falls as 'the .best thing he •rer.dld for the community. Wiliam -^feeatlls all right in his place: but/ as a townslght manager, or the head of a .banking institution, he is worse than a ’burlesque. Jnstead of drawing men to.ward him and inspiring them with courage and enthusiasm.he rebels and discourages thorn. His magnetism is of thenegative kind, and his basinets methods are such as are well caculated to put the great, geu- - .erous, conflding.carelees, unsuspecting ~*nd trusting public to the bad. Hen will not do much business when a banker whose business motto is to "skin” when he gets the cinch. Any community of American citiwna like to trust th«r banker implicitly. They don’t look fo...

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