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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1904

\s.y - WH«n St. Jacobs Oil *n» oM m.nk oara, Knag. KnlgbU mm.fckl* Harts* Sprains* Bruises Tho muacloa flex, tha klnlu untvUt. tho aorenoH d!o« out. Prloa 2So. and SOc. Causa for Alarm. ^ Mrs. Nawkld—"John, for goodneas 1 sah* waka up and run for the doctor, Mlak!* ^ Mewkld (drowsily)—"Eh? Whafs ths matter T" i Mrs. Nawkld—'Tm afraid there is something dreadful the matter with haby. She has stopped smiling In her Carol. Xo fit* or Startma^.anorDT.KllM'aareatXwT. •-•Miss Helen Miller Qould wlU visit Colorado and other western states next month and will be entertained by the T. 1L C. A. She Is making a special study of association work In the west bo Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot Nadi tha seat o< the CUmm. Catarrh U a M»e4 eraonatltotlonal dlaeaN, and In order to aws it yon most take Internal remedial, ■all'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, and aau dliactly on the blood and mneona anrfacea. firil'a Catarrh Cure la not a ^uack medicine, bwaa ptaeeribed by o...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1904

\a/ I -TV 1 f iTT^fYNT Mtnbncks’ Columbian. l.-sr.? t* •' f ' m VOL. II. NO. 17. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. OCTOBER 29, 1904. Steak C«fiM K«. Sctecriytiaa Fite* S2J0 per Year. REPUBLICAN PARTY. For Proldentiml Elector.— PAUL McCORMICK ARTHUR W. MERRIFIELD THOMAS DUNCAN Fqr Rcpre.ent.tive in Cemmeu— „ „ JOSEPH M. DIXON For Governor— ' WILLIAM UNDSAY For Lientcn.nt Governor— _ „ ERNEST W. KING For Secretary of Sutc— „ _ , , ABRAHAM N. YODER For Chief Joeticc of the Snpremc Court— „ „ THEODORE BRANTLY For Clerk of the Supreme Court— JOHN T. ATHEY For Attorney General— ALBERT J. GALEN For Sute Treaiurer— „ 0 JAMES IL RICE For Sute Auditor— „ „ HARRY R. CUNNINGHAM For Superintendent of Public Initruction— WILFRED E. HARMON For Judge of the Di.trict Court of the Eleventh CHARLES W. POMEROY For Rrpre^ntttive.— H. S. CANNON J. R. HILLMAN W. F. J ELLISON For County Clerk and Recorder— For Sheriff " OLLIE P. GREGG For County Treaaurer— „ J. D. EATON For Clerk of Di.ind Court— C. F. GATES For. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1904

nblir«ns have evidently given i fight on the leelslatlve ticket ami a weak appeal of a few lines ap- cawlonly in the Inter-Lake, that paper declared that Mr. t’a experience in the last seseion l him a vrtlnahLa.meinher for I county to have in the next logiala»aa»erably, the Bee haa been waiting r the Inter-Lake to publiah the record l by Mr. Cannon in the Iasi seraion, to create a railroad commission was referred to that committee and it seems to be a matter of record tl-ai Hi- railroad commiaaion bill never seen 'he light of day after ii went imo tlie lianda i f t at committee Perhsp< Mr. Cannon lias reconsiilered the matter now and changer] his mind concerning the passage of that measure. Bin ii seem* mat his past record is very deer on the sub- JAMES EL. LANG ject and that he was in league with rail paper doesn't seem ,anxious to i roa j attornevb an ,| (heir agents during thjyntere wMb the particular the | H 8t regular e.s-ion of th- legisla- which made Mr. Cannon •oc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1904

X ■■' BEMOCRATIO BAU-Y AX CCH-UM-nBI-A F-UWA On SHkpnlay nigh* Ui»iAV» tlenjocraU ■had •■fnllihouM at Muiir'aAIall. Among rtln-<iK*Hkoia prenHijt, wuce the Hon. iFrutf Wbitaaide, Mi Keowp, RhojilU and •Collier. Aa an enterainiiig »0'1 juatruiritiv* speaker, there la no mao >P Flatftiead county., and few in the atate who naoald hold over ex Benator Whlteaide. ilia introductory rem->rka put the audience in full aympathy whilh him. It ia no diaparagment to Mr. Whiteaide, however, to api-alc the troth, and rav: Ahat he failed utterly to nwalcen any enAhuaiMm for Parker. Whiteaide aeeined *o realise the diQL'uliiea of the aitulatloo. Fred Wbitesid^, the rpeclpl pleader lor democracy under present A'lomiUoua «onditiona, and Fred WhiteaidH. the intenaely loyal American, defending what ta right. and denonneing what i< wront, unhampered hy chaioJ of party /fealty, are very unlike. Fre Ha a fighter himself, when his -‘heart ia in the work, he lovea ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1904

i fSu^h,' ra Jong time with a bad iatarrh, and took a great deal of I without any benefit. I had a continual headache, my cheek* had grown purple, my nose was always •topped up, mybreath had asickeoingand disgusting odor, and I coughed incessantly I heard of your S. S. S. and wrote you. I commenced to use it, and after taking several bottles I was cured and have never since had the slightest symptom of thedisease. Miss Mary L. Storm. Cor. 7th & Felix Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. Wheeling, vTva., May ay, 1065.. I had Nasal Catarrh for years for which I used S. S. S. with very gratifying results. I tried local applications for some time, and getting no permanent relief I came to the conclusion that the seat of the trouble was in the blood. Knowing S. S. S. to be a good blood medicine I began its use, •■4 after using it for some little while it did away entirely with the offensive mucus in the nostrils, and I did not have to hawk and spit, especially in the morning, to dislodge th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1904

V I VOL. II. NO. 18 COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. NOVEMBER 5. 1904. Stag!* C*1m Ife. Setecriptloa Prfc* SMI par Year. REPUBLICAN PARTY. For PruidentUl Elector.— PAUL McCORMICK ARTHUR W. MERRIFIELD THOMAS DUNCAN For Rcpmenutive In Congrcu— JOSEPH M. DIXON For Governor— WILLIAM LINDSAY For Lieutenant Governor— „ ERNEST W. KING For Secretin' ol State— ABRAHAM N. YODER Foe Chief Juatice of the Supreme Court— , ' THEODORE BRANTLY For Clerk of the Supreme Court— " JOHN T. ATHEY For Attorney General— ALBERT J. GALEN For State Treaiurer— JAMES H. RICE For State Auditor— • HARRY R. CUNNINGHAM For Superintendent of Public Instruction— WILFRED Ei HARMON For Judee of the Diatrict Court of the Eleventh Judicial Diatrict— CHARLES W. POMEROY For Repreaentativea— H. S. CANNON J. R. HILLMAN W F. J ELLISON For County Clerk and Recorder— J. W. WALKER For Sheriff— OLLIE P. GREGG For County Treasurer—. J. D. EATON For Clerk of Diatrict Court— . C. F. GATES For County Attorney— G. H. GRUBB For Super'-nendent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1904

• t REGrlSTR-A-TTON LISTS .i full, complete and true list of all names remaining on the official ? roister of the election ;> re id nets hereinafter named at the close of registration, alphabetically arranged. PRECINCT NO. 13 COLUMBIA FAL'-.S iJlffxtore F Abbott John B Reory Ackerman William Al<irard F Bnckhorn Rudolph William H Bnrgoyne Charlea Ecll „ Richard _jt E S. ier Joaeph ir Joseph W . ..a DayeE lley John C „ BerneJdichael Byron P Bailey Mark W -iry 0 Bannon Michael Btachoff Wm U F Bender William F Baker William Baril Joseph Brinkerhoff Jake A Bark 0 C Bailey Engene Frederick A Bonn George G Butler Millard Brown John F Boucher Joeeph H „ , Craser Edward J Coombs Frsnk J ■Roller John 'Clark George E ■Carver Robert F Conroy Patrick Cbwalil Latham Christy Thomas 8 Cutler Thomas R Clayton Fay Casev James CurtU John Cowgill L-v.— v^... Christensen Theo. Curtis Clarence A Carroll Thomas .Cunningham Har- Cnnningham Wm. vey J Coslev Joseph C Conner Louis Chaffi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1904

wRR' — While thie paper if againet Hendinn C-aiter £t *<1 t<> tbi- next !• Kif'Biii'e let dtilje umleretood that wv have nnthimt to nay auainet Capl. J. B. Hi.iian. 11 in an honoralileiaiau. the di»- DEMOCBATIC RALLEY. I<aat night the bigeet meeting of campaign where local ieeaeswere enured '(as held at Main’s hall. There naaaWgdion fixe and the Bad Rock Sand was in attendance. It was a demo, cratic. ralir and denoted the fact that the democrats are hotalldesd yet. CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP. JVe. the undersigned, hereby certify ■shat tee have formed a partnership, under U>e firm name and style of “Butterfia!d A’Pattee.” for the purporealf kceie Ing a Lunch Counter, and In connection therewith to keep cigars, tohaccoo, candies and such other articles as are usually kept in a confectionery store, for sale at.retail, bneineee to be condnet•i Columbia Falls Montana. Thie partnership is composed of L. C. .ButLrlield and J. W. Patter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1904

In His Home One of the greatest na\*l battles in the world was the fight off Santiago. - Never since the dispersion of the Spanish j • Armanda has there I A GREAT NAVAL BATTLE, more ep- I been a och mak- ing victory in the onwaid march ot civiliiation than in the notable event of July 23,1898, in which the great hero, Admiral Schley, took a leading part. It was a great naval battle. Withont a moment’s warning it began. Qnick decision, nndaunted conrage, excellent discipline, resolnte self confidence—these combined In Admiral Schley to produce tha^Bash and daring so characteristic of the American soldier. A man most think quickly in these days. There is no time for slow actiorrt New enterprises arise in an hour. Old ones pass away in a moment. A multitude of great themes clamor for notice. A man must take sides for or against bv intuition, rather than logical deduction. One day this flgthing admiral. Schley, happened to be in eom pany i ■ I with others who I ADMIRAL'S OPINION OF PE-R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1904

: w tiihiK-LY EDEHON. C0ltiTnbkit VOIi.II. NO. 19. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, NOVEMBER 12, 1904. REPUBLICANS, THE WINNERS HAVE 343 VOTES IN ELECTORAL COLLEQE—NEEDED 239. Several States Carried by President Roosevelt, Yet Elected Democratic Governors—Parker Won in New York City—Colorado in Doubt—Missouri in Republican Column. Now York, Nov. 10.—With the election returns still incomplete, the plurality lor President Roosevelt In the nation, according to all indications tonight. will exceed 1,600,000—the greatest ever given to an American candi- date. The nearest approach to this vote was In 1896, when McKinley received a plurality approximating 860,000, and in 1872, when Grant received 762,991. The Interest now centers In Missouri and Maryland. Late returns Indicate that the former state Is In the republican column so far as presidential electors are concerned, but that Joseph W. Folk, the democratic candidate, has been elected governor. In Maryland the presidential vote will probably b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1904

sks’ Columbian M iS'tDIlI (OHS Prausun EvBJTT 84TDBDAT. == KAXMMt ■CTfOMMiwi frfrper year i» nlT»ne« 40. Ucot p»id within 90 d»y» from date AOTMmMxa—dl»pl»y—11. per aqoare monthly. Locale 20 oente-per line each Sneeitloo. Bpecial rate* by contract. ' **Entered Jcite 20, W0» r at Colambla JValla, BTonfe, aa aecond claae matter, ■bder Act of Congreas of March 3rd, 979." SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1904. RESULTS OF ELECTION. TEe election in Flathead county re•ulted in a split between the democrata and the repnbliciana wiih the deraoerate in the lead*eofar as the importance of the offices are concerned. The republicans elected are Hilman, Gregg. Walker, Steere, Gibson, Taylor, and Bwaney. The democrata elected are Collier, MacDboaWt Erfcksonv Hartt, Bang, Moody, and McKeoWn. Rbosevelt carried the sate by orer8,000' and Dixon and Toole by over 6,000“ each. Excent--iog governor the republican elate ticket wasWwhmei'and D. F. Smith IV beaten By Brantley. Rbosevelt is elected bv Ihe Largest majority...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1904

cioduw ■ in MR. JOE PARROTr. There iru at IcMt 1 good campaigner in Columbia Pulls on election day and that was Joe, Joe was at the w in the second story of the bnilding right over and within a few feet of the polls and his "hurrah, hurrah, hurrah, for Roosevelt” was heard and enjoyed by moat of his hearers nearly every minute of the day. On account of lectioneering within the 60 foot limit of tbs polls Mr. O. Ford, the democratic Judge, threatens to have Mr. Parrott arrested and brought npbeforetheDoetoffice in which case Mrs. J. K. Miller will appear as the attorney on behalf of the defendant. According to the vote there are M2 egafurt 44 others in this precinct who are willing to go Mr. Parrott’s bonds. F. 8. Stryker, from Stryker, Montana, haa purchased the Fullerton building' in Colombia Falls and he is going topnt in a general store ot this place just as soon as the building is ready for occupancy. Carpenters sre now at work putting in the inside fixtures. Mr. Stryker paid $1,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1904

SAM—“A Remedy That Hu Such Endorsements Should Be In Every Home." mi is W£mm JAPANESE WOBKINQ HARD ENTRENCHMENTS. It l« Bell MaM pi laved They Art Praparlng to Advance—Evidence indl- cates the Japaneee to Force Russians Out of Mukden—Want It for Winter Quarters. Election Returns That Interest All Parties Dropped Dead. Helena, Mont, Not.9.—A. G. Clark son of A. G. Clark, Sr., a well known pioneer and millionaire merchant, dropped dead tonight just after emerging from a polling preoinot, where he had served during the day as an elect- ion judgle. Mr. Clark was well known aa a lawyer and anther, having written a number of atoriee for both New York and San Francisco pa pen, which were afterward compiled into book form and published aa “Ariokaree Tales.” He is survived by a wife and two sons. Japan’s exports show their greatest gains In manufactured goods. In cotton goods it Is most marked. Three cotton mill companies have ordered an aggregate of 1685 weaving looms to meet the expected f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1904

EDUnON. JlenM^k# (ttoltimbian. VOL. II. NO. 20. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, NOVEMBER 19ri»04. mm m mm ATTACKMr LEFT WINQ OF JAPANESE ON HUN RIVER. Tokio Report* a tyumber of Brisk Skirmishes, With Defeat of Enemy -^ombardment Abates — Shells Worn Heavy Artillery North of Shakhe River Do Little Damage. Tokio, Not. 13.—The Manchuria army headquarters, telegraphing, says: "In the direction of the left army the enemy attacked from Wuchentla, November 11, at 1:30 o’clock In the morning. They were repulsed. “On November 9 200 Infantry and 800 cavalry appeared In the direction of Staozalton. Our force stationed there repulsed them. The Russians retreated to MachunanUn. The Russian losses were 60. Ours were sU." Bombardment Slackens. General Kurokl’s Headquarters.— The Russian forces are still encamped north of the Shakhe river. The Russian bombardment of the Japanese lines has lessened lately. From the beginning It has accomplished surprisingly little damage, although on many days a hundred b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1904

Headricks’ PoBLiamn Every Saturday. MJJmat •rmcrittioic—$3.60 per yemr in Rdvanco W. if^not^aid within 90 days from date athly. fh per square tMeijicm-. Sue dial rates by contract ‘•Entered'Jbne 20, 1903, at Colombia Sails. Mont., as second class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, ]#79.” SATURDAY. NOV. 19, 19 04. Tbe total vote in Fathead County this year exceeds that of 1900 about 050 vote?. It ought to double within the next four W«rs. And'so it fs-raported that the dinkee train with its little whistle is not going to stop at the. junction. That would ifc too bad. Capt. J. R. Hilman has been overwhelmed with congratulatory letters since election from both Republicans a*d democrats.. Mr. Roosevelt has promised to destroy the Spoils System. He has issued, a formal declaration of war against this monstoros evil. Outside of the small army of social and political parasities, all are loyally with him in this matter. The barnacles, however, after tbe 4tb of. March next will know...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1904

4 Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Topics. ATTENTION SETTLERS The attention of settlera, deairing to to^make final proof on their homesteads in the townships East of Cokambia Trails, is respectfully called to the Act of Congress requiring publication of notice. 20 8tat., •472. Approyed March 3, 1879. Published on pane 171 in circular issued July ll,1899.-Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United .States of America in Congress assembled that before final proof shall be submitted by any person claiming to enter agricultural lands under the laws providing for pre-emption or homestead entries, such persons shall file with the register of the proper land office a notice of hie or intention to make such proof staling therein the description of lands to be entered and the ■•mos of the witnesses bv whom the necessary facta will be established. Upon the filing of such notice' the register SHALL publish a uotice that auch application has been made once a wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1904

is n PANE8E OFFICER 5K BY SHELL. Died ■» Llaoyang On October 4— : to Japan—Genera) Nodzu ery Command of Late Army^Armlee Still Very CIom to Each Other. - Danchenko, the 'well Russian war'correspondent of the Associated Press, telegraphing (ram Mukden, says the reports of the death of General Kurokl are confirm ed. Accordlng to his version, &e splinter of a shell struck General Kurokl. tearing out a portion of his breast and abdomen. He died October 4 at Llaoyang, and his body was sent to Japan. A rumor Is persistently -circulated that a kinsman of the mikado, Slasslnll. literally ‘‘third prince," has been appointed to succeed General Kurokl, but the actual command of the army has been entrusted to General Nodzu, who Is reviewing operations. "For the last week," says Danchenko, "we have practically not advanced to any point on the whole southwest front even a verst further than we stood on October 6. On the contrary, we at several places have been obliged to retire severa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1904

~ -m WEEKLY EDITION. .«rr > JlenMcks’ Columbian. VOIi.II. NO. 21. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, NOYEMBBB 26, 1904. i €•»!«!*. SatocriptiM Prka S2JI ht Vtv. PI8[if[D BUHE [iPtil Japs WiU Winter In Port Arthur •TATUE OF -F-REDERICK THE GREAT UNVEILED SATURDAY. The Chicago Daily News pabliahea a cablegam from its correependent with the Japanese troops outside of Port Ar- The American People the Recipient of thnr, reading as follows. • Beautiful Bronx. Statue-Cere-1 ««>«.l Kodamn, chief of the Jap- anese general staff, after a thorongh mony at National Capital Was Mark- inpeection of the operations at Port Ar- thur and a conference with General Nogi, gave this interview: ed by Great Military and Official Display—Roosevelt Makes Address. You have seen Port Arthru and may think it is easy to take,” the gen- Tr/na>>inTi r- Tr n i,„j _ min oral said, but it is a difficult task." Washington, D. C.—Hailed by a mill- ' ,, . ,. .. tary blare of 20 trumpeU,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1904

t Columbian BMC Hi EMIIM (OilTO ’ SATtTKDAT. \J£ATMai ) per year In advance t^ltbiu 00 days from date I. per square Locals 20 cents per line each Special rates by contract. J June 20.1903, at Colombia nunt., as second class matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, 6ATORPAY. NOV. 26, 1904. It is reported that parties have examined a number of points on the river and its tributaries above Columbia Falls with a view to developing power, and using water for Irrigation purposes. Wilder schemes have been undertaken and carrieS'io success. Badrook Canyon and Box Canyon on the South Fork, according to the report, have both been considered. The importance of a dam at Bedrock cannot fail to impress any”one. who is even fairlv well acquainted with the Umber resources trlbutnary to that point. The timber, however, would not be first in importance to such aa enterprise, nor SCHOOL NOTES. The Shakespeare class which should have met last Tuesday evening was postponed one week as the teachers were unu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1904

Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Topics. Tba people of Columbi* Fa 1b had •shbjt thiunB to be tliankfol for daring the pait year. That they could celebrate the day eet aeide for praloe and prayer to the Almighty for We kindness and benevolence with those things that nuke the Inner man glad such as turkeys, docks, chickens, with all and' various kinds of trlramingti is evidence that Q.jd has been kind to his children in Colombia Falla. It shows that there has been a degree uf .prosperity among the poofie here daring the past year or they could not afford to be happy and glad on that day and there was few if any people who did not enjoy the blessings of peace and plenty. And there were fsw who were not glad that the hand of ' providence is so plainly discernible in the things that have taken place lor our good and oor.comfort daring the past twelve eventful months. ATTENTION SETTLERS The attention of settlers, desiring to to make final proof on their homesteads in the townships ...

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