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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1889

GREAT FALS TRIBUNE. _ _ MI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 188 HTl I.i, ALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS 1T°ml·. PRICE,-· FIE GE T MONTANA ABLAZE. GREAT ENTHUSIASM FOR MAGINNIS, TOOLE AND VICTORY. Great Meeting at Kibbey-The Veteran Democrat, 4udge Larkin, Presides --imlnense Demonstration at fltte. KIBBnEY, Sept. 21.--Tlere was a grand. rally here tonight. Judge Larkin pre sided with his customary ability. Speeches were, made by Heon. I. S. Ford, Messrs. Stanton, Cockrill, McIntire, Bundy, Rich and E. A, Ringwald. G. W. Taylormade a powerful speech, which held the audl ence spell-bound. The democrats here are well organiged and united. Milt Henderson was among the Great Falls visitors nd received a warm wel come, ". MuoMh iidl nation is expressed at the bitter attack made here' by Dan Mc Kay on Pat Sweeney. A strong republi ran is so indigasnt'that' he says he will not support iisi&5rty on account of it. It is not1tnktshfpQwer of Dan McKay to inj...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1889

NO. 8265. FIRST NATIONAL BANK th OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. bI Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. T OFFICERSB: T E. COLLNBs, . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President f A, E. DICKERMAN, . Cashier t D L. TaACY, . . Ass't Cashier t DIREOTORS: O. A BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGNNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. . ARMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal pointe in the I States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Member of Congress, MARTIN MAGINNIB.....Of Lewis and Clarke. For Governor, JOSEPH K. TOOLE......Of Lewis and Clarke. For Lietenneli-Govoror,. J. H. CONRAD .................. Yellowstoe For Secretery ,f State,. JOSEPH A. BROWN............ Of Deaverhead For State Treasurer, JERRY COLLINS ..................Of Cascade. For State Auditor, T. B. FITZGERALD ............. Of Deer Lodge. For Attorney-General. W. Y. pESIBERTON .......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1889

MAGINNIS AND TOOLE. TREY ADDRESS THE GOALLATIN DEMOCRACY. Major Maginnls PIredict a Sweeping Victory on Tuesday Next- An Entlhusistlc WVel come, LIVINGSTON, Sept. 24.-There was an old-time rally here last night in honor of Maginnis and Toole. The orators were received with enthusiasm and made pow erfulspeeches. Mr. Toole spoke of tie record of tlie democratic party on statehood and silver and referred to the prosperity which Montana has enjoyed under the fostering care of democratic legislatures. Major Maginnis made athrillingspeech worthy of his high reputation for elv quence and ability. 'He said: My friends, I come to you from the great west-side counties; from Missoula, which cast 600 votes against our candi dates last year, but will, on the first day of October next, wash out that record with a democratic vote, to which interest has been added; I come to you from the city of Anaconda, where we were beaten 900 votes last fall, and where we have registered 1,056 votes, and on Sat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1889

A CATHOLIC CENTENNIAL. IT WILL BE CELEBRATED IN BAL TIMORE NEXT NOVEMBER. Brief Sketch of the Roman Chureh in the United States, Together with Portraits of ~Am61 of Those Who Worked Harld in Its Establlshmelt is the New World. The Catholics, of the Baltimore dio cese especially, and of the United States generally, are making extensive piepa rations for the November centennial of their church ill the great republic. it is expected that at least sixty bishops will attenld the centennial, and on the even ing of Nov. 11 there will be a reception at Concordia hall, Baltimore, an illumi nation and torchlight procession. The Rlev. J. S. McCallin, of Montreal, has been specially invited to take charge of the ceremonies, and CardinalTaschereau, of Canada, and some dignitaries from Rome will bhe among the invited guests. OF course it is not designed to com muemorate the beginnings of the Catho lic church in America, seeing that that was coeval with the landing of the first explorers: but the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 September 1889

GREAT FAILS TRIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 189 fGREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1889, PRICE, FIVE CENTS ~-------------------! WORD AND LUCE. GOOD, SOUND TALKS ON CAMPAIGN ISSUES. Dr. Crnteher Presides Over a Large Meeting at the Park Hotel--Some Telling Hits at Tomnmy Carter and Colonel Sanders. "Toole, Maginnis and Victory" were the inspiring words which met the eye as people entered the Park hotel hall last evening to hear Hotn. Sant Word and Judge Luce. Without a bonfire blazed and inde known by its lambent flame that the silver-tongued orator of Helena was about to address the people. The apdience which greeted the speak ers was large and intelligent. It included many repulblieans. Dr. Crutcher who presided said: Ladies and gentlemen: The Roman orator Cato, after expressing his belief in the immortality of the soul, declared that if it. were an error it was one that he loved. To me lsgiven the proud pleasure of preoenting'to the assemblage a gentle ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 September 1889

NO. 8526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100.000. OFFIOER8: T 1 .' . OLLINS, . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A, E. DIKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general Aanking bnainesi transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. DEMOCRATIC STATE' TICKET, For Nll sher el (eollsgee, MARLT''IN MAGINNI5..... Of Lewie ll ('ht rke. For Governor, .IOBEPH K. TOOL. ...... Of wis and Clarke. For IAeoutenanteet etoeelrnor, .1. H. tCON AD .................. Of Yellowstone For ecrot.lry of State, JOBEPHI A. BROWN........ .... OtBeaverhead For.tnte Tretearer, JIERRlY (O rIIINS ............ .....Of Cascade. For State Auditor, T. B. FITAGERALD .........Of Deer Lodge. For Attorney-General. r Y. Y. PE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 September 1889

SAND COULEE AWAKE GREAT DEMOCRATIC ItALLY THERE LAST NIGHT. O.Ldge Luce Makes a Telling Speech on the Iusnes of the Day-Hon. Sam Word Speaks of HRn. Robert S. Ford and Others. Great was the enthusiasm in Sand Cou lee last night when the Great Falls ex cursion train arrived with Judge Luce and many democrats to attend the rally. Mr. Johnson presided and introduced George W. Taylor to the audience, which filled Nelson's hall. Mr. Taylor said: It is now incumbent on us to decide what policy shall sway the government of Montana on her entry into statehood. In Montana wr ae hap pily not cut up into several parties. The teadencies of tihe republican party nmay he judged by the registration and voting oaws imposed. The registry law compels people to go out of "their own districts into remote places. I met a man at Sun River who had to go 20 miles to register. He did so and lost his job because things went wrong in the corral while he was away. That is one of thousands of in stances where m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 September 1889

THE IALSTON ROMANCES. O AiBRUOUHT TO MIND BY MRS. BUR LING'S CHARGES AGAINST SHARON. Willamnl O. Ralxtonl Wax One of the Call fornia Iltnk's Fatmous Trlumvslrte-H-li t-nlnionl nultelde--His soe Samnel Alsft 5illeld Hisaself. William C. Ralston, the San Francisco bankelr, was a brilliaht phenomenon while alive,-went to his death by a myd terious tragedy and left an involved eattate, which has been a growing mys tery ever since. His son, Samuel Ral ston, ran a much shorter career than his, father, made two fortunes and spent three, organized a brilliant scheme of mining in Siberia and was expelled from that country, came home and committed suicide. And now, more than fourteen years after the death of the elder Ral ston, Mrsl. Leonide Burling brings suit aga:inst the Sharon "estate, and sets up averments that, if true, must completely revolutionize public dpinion and prove Ih::t Itl.ston yas a victim rather than a crimi:nl. The story, with the latest ad ditions, is worthy of a brief re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 September 1889

CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, As Adopted by the Constitutional Convention, Held at Helena July 4th,A.D. 189,andEndlngAug. 17th A. D. 1889, And Also an Address tothe People. PREAMBLE. We, the people of Montana, grateful to Almighty God for the blessings of liberty, in order to secure the advantages of a State government, do, in accordance with the provisions of the enabling act of Con gress, approved the twenty-second of February, A D. i889, ordain and establish this constitution. ARTICLE I. BOUNDARIES. SECTION I. The boundaries of the State of Montana shall be as follows, to. wit: Beginning at a point formed by the intersection of the twenty-seventh degree of longitude west from Washington with the forty-fifth degree of north latitude, thence due west on the forty-fifth degree of latitude to a point formed by its inter section with the thirty-fourth degree of longitude west from Washington, thence due south along the thirty-fourth degree of longitude, to a point formed by it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 September 1889

bounded by county lines, btt no changes in the nulber or boundaries of dist.icts shall work a removal of any judge from ottice during the term for which he has been elected or appointed. SEC. I5. Writs of error and appeal shall be allowed from the decisions of the said district courts to the supreme courts under such regulations as may be prescribed by law. Src. 16. No person shall be eligible to the oflice of judge of the district court unless he be at least twenty-five years of age and a citizen of the United States, and shall have been admitted to practice law in the supreme court of the Terri tory or State of Montnnn, nor unless he shall have resided in this State or Terri tory at least one year next preceding hlis election. IIe need not he a residet of the district for which he is elected at the time of his election, but afterhis election he shall reside in the district for which he is elected during his term of ofice. SEC. t7. The district corrt in each county, which is a judi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 October 1889

GREAT .FAILS TRIBUNE. SBMI-WEEKL.Y EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 140 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1889, PRICE. FIVE CENTS TUULE AND MAGINNIS COLONEL IBROA11DWATER BACKS HEAVILY TRE POPULARI CHOICE. blettlng in General at Helena pal to Itnt NightOThe Drift is all In Favor of thl Democraticl Cnndidaites. HELENA, Sept. 80.-The biggest bet of the campaign was made last night pt the hotel Broadwater. Col. Broadwater offer ed to bet $10,000 that o'ole and Mgilnnil would be elected. Count Meyendorff immediately telephoned to Chairman Seligman who immediately gave orders to cover the bet. Checks were at once drawn for the amount by both parties and placed in responsible hands. HEAVY SUMS WAGERED. lEveryone Betting-Pemberton One of the Favorlteo. HELENA, Sept. 80.-Yesterday was notably a campaign Sabbath. More elec tioneering was going on than has been for a week. The batting fever ran high. A small estimate is that over $100,000 in Helena alone are tied up awaiting the result. Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 October 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE eMLISRZD DAILY AND DLI.WWXL9Y THIE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. fINaoOBPOBATD1] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. W M ult subscriptions must be paid in advance. gc DILY. sy.WEcKLY. vi Oeer byamail10.00 leyer al, $ ppemonth 1, , e Thremonths "1.00 i Oe eek, y crrl. Biagle copy, .... ll city aschribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertiying ratey furnishedon applicctiic. ` J The circulation oi the T ibunen in yhiern yo tana is aranteed t, exceed that of y p FbltintheterrAT FALh S o g AuocnbereH d dlrina their addre0si,. addr i : T anyoc PiyBayliA C0P0l0 0 L(rest Filei, aenta.c.N NO. 8A25. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T E. tOLLISB, . . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A, E. DIOERMN, . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A. BROADWATR, MARTIN MAOINNIB, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, I O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A genera tbaning bhsinee transacated. xochange drawn on th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 October 1889

'ICTORY AT HAND. EfflOORATS ARl TLEADING ALL THE GREAT FALLS POLLS. rythln India eas that the Dl elmoorals Ihave OHrried1 the Town by n Good MIsorllty-The Whole Ticlket Unit.lly Supprted. Democrats eustered il large force at old school house, today, before the aing of the polls. Their smiling res and resolute look showed that they re both confitdet anl earnest. MaIny publicans were present also, but they II short of the democratic forces. Before the polls opened people ex uned the fixings. They found the hool house surrounded by a barb wire ice, strong' enough to keep off the corkers" If they had the strength of iffloes. There was only one entrance this fence and at the opemnig hour, no ier place of exit had been provided. oa' was a bad arrangement. The votera ing in and those comaing out met at the trance and lost time in the struggle. e collision led to no blows. The elec as could not blame each other and so icy accented the situation with gosod Inside the building were 16 stalls ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 October 1889

A HOPE ?OR DRUAWBAUuIH. HIS SUIT AS A!N INVENTOR OF THE TELEPHONE HAS SEEN REVIVED. .h. Unated Stats Now I Takes a Wand. C Sketch of the Inventor and His Life. in He Ha Always Been s .iet Man-Somei of ms Schemes After all that has been said and done, I argued and adjudged the great telephone 0a contest is not yet, finally lecided.: The i syndlcate whichlias charge of all the anti- p Bell claims brings fofward a great mass g of inet evidence, ,ed the bounsel for the e government demands a new hearing on d the ground of, fraud by the Bell com pany. John I. Bartlett, president of the syndicate, claiming'that the prior inven tion was by Daniel Drawbatilh, is at present very active in pushing his case at.Washington, and the prospect now is that ;the whole afair .ill w be' itigated from start to finish. ' ' t Meanwhile Daniel Drawbaugh re mains at his humble home a few miles from Harrisbung,Pa., in extreme pov erty, and whether he ever gains any thingfrom the suit or not, he must be t reg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 October 1889

1' // 'i 1 ! GREAT I FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 141 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1889, - PRICE. FIVE CENT'IS . . . . . . ... . ... . · --.-- .1 ...... . .. . ..... .. _ . .. q - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. CASCADE COUNTY. IEOTRNS FROM NEAIlLY EVEIRY PRIECINOT THERItEN. Clear Statement of tile Votes Cast fOr Each Candidate Thlrougholut the County--Facts tlhe Politi , lanlls Seek. The Tn.unna'has full returns from the following'16 precincts: Casocae, Mis sion, Truly, St. Clair, Sun Biver, Stick ney, Ulm, Lakes, Kibbey, Grafton, Belt, Upper Belt, Corn, Loa er Sand Coulee, llpper Sand Coulee, Smelter. The precincts not heard from are Wil low creek, Davis creek, Leavings, Soldier creek and Mid Canyon. These precincts have a total registry of 66 electors. The majorities in each of these pre rcicts last year were as follows: Willow creek 12 rep., Davis creek 2 doem., Leav inags 6 rep., Soldier creek 8 rep. and Mid Canyon 5 rep. This give...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 October 1889

",EAT FALLS TRIBUNE r PUBLISHIED UIL A * ND 'PTT-WL'EELY ~ IIP TIRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. h IINCORPUBATEDJ I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. +., iii subaeriptions meest be parid inl advance.. suhssar by5 mil, 3111.00 Oe year, b mbil, 1 .50.)0 x 1mon1 , 5.00 Ois mPnhs 1.50 ilsswesk. ,y esrrierS in 2 g151151flS. 0 II city suerI iberR be ailydeliveresI by carrier 1 AdrsstisBin rates tarnished on appliatiAs. Iles ia mIntion of the Tribune in IrlShern 61 Iuttna is guaranteed N. exceed that of ily pa per 1 abilshed in theterrSteI1 oamor10051 desiring their iddros hdESsbssd ,nut send their former address; this slhIld be remembered. 4ddFsssl TRsURE PSBLIBHIee COMIPANY, NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FA~LLS. Authorized Capital, $100oo,oo0 l'aidl Up Capital, 51100.000). OFFICERS' I ii. UULLNN, . Ies 1L0ii ent L. (. PHELPS, . . Vice-PrRsidet~ A it. DICIIRRR0AS,. . . aRhier D L. Tfooc, . . . Ass't CaRhier DIRECTORS 0. A. S5OA1WATIRIl, MARTIN OIASINSLO, PARtS SIBSON, 111A MYERS, 5E5'T Y0AUIIN, H. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 October 1889

DECISIVE VICTORY. A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR AND IEGISLATURE ATTEST THE PACT. Tnle's Electlion by a00 Mjoresty Sure The Legislantara Demoopratl by at LeRt Five Majority on Joint Ballot. HELENA, Oct. 4.-Further returns yes terday made no material change in the result of the election as given in the In dependent. Revised figures confirmed the election of Toole (pem.) for governor and carried his majority above 600. THE LEGIRLATUlRE. The changes in the legislative tickets did not affect the democratic majority on joint b dlot, which, giving the republi rans the benefit of every doubt, still leaves the democrats nine in the lead. REPUBLICAN HIOPES DASHEID. The most absurd claims were made on the bulletin, boards of the republican nlewspapers that at least one-htalf of the Silver Bow delegation was republican; bIut dispatches from Butte last night put in end to that hope and left no chance of overturning the democratic majority. TH'E'STATE TICKET MIXED. Tile returns are still so incomplete th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 October 1889

OF THlE CITY OF QITI3EC. CANADA'S HISTORIC TOWN AND CITADEL. Quebec Is a Name to Revive tMany Memo ries-Some Interesting fDeeriptlve Mat ter-Some PIoilt on the Recent Catas UEBEC'isaname to revive many memories-it is, perhaps, the most 4 historic place in INorth America, and differs from nearly all other historic places in the fact that its m a i n features have changed but little, and its na tural features can scarce be chang ST. OUos GATE. ed at all. By the rosmmons verdict of historians the Brit is l victory at Quebec decided that this continent was to be English instead of French-English, and at the same time rendered the American revolution a cer tainty. But to the average American Iwho was a pupil in the old time schools -the days of reading in monotone--the name of Quebec revives a memory of some such passage as this: "They fly they fly who fly the Frencht said the powder blackened riflemen what do they run already said the heroic Wolfe then I die contented about the same tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 October 1889

unna1 11ALL0 11UtiUITE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 142 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 9 I88R ' PRICE. FIVE CENT8 VTOTOHV To ATToo I 1589. Leslin 4Rn Thin simo n-s- i... l -------- . _ _ I VICTORY IS OURS ! DEO'oORATIC VICTORY I5 SEOURE DFSPITE nOODLE AND FRAUD, The Republlcan Organ at Helena SWeak ens •Connlderably-tt Admllt now that Power Ihas only n Chance. HELENA, Oct. 5.--The Independent says: "Yesterday's returns were from small precincts and do not materially effect results." "Toole's majority is increased to 700 and Carter's majority stands at about 1 1,000. The legislature stands 40 demo crats to 31 republicans." REPUBLICAN OPINION. The Journal says: "The political situ ation.remains practically unchanged from . yesterday. The legislature is in doubt, but returns from precincts yet unreportedl in outlaying republican counties justify the republican claim of a majority on joint ballot-house, republicans 28, dem- t ocrats 27; senate, republicanns 8, demo c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 October 1889

TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE T:'B TRIBUNE PUBLISIING COMPANY. SINOOnr.ORATme) SUBSCRIPTION HAT ES. b il subscriptions must bo paid ill advanc. Onear, ymall, $10.(I One year,,y mail, $1.01 months, 5.00 six months 1.50 lne m hntb 1.00 Three lonths" .00 (Onoweek, cy oarrier, 2,i Sing lopy....... a A 11 city auborlbera to Daily deli vored by carrier AdvertIsing rates furnishod on appliaotion. 1Le 11rcalation of the'1 'ribune in O.,thlorn M.4utola is guranteedl t,- eeeed that of iAo pa. per spblishtd in the terrtt, 00 1000onoer0 desiring their address Ialitid must send their formerl address; this should be remembered. Address: Taslont Pxos'sonSna i'OOPAOO, Leret Falls, m . ntana. NO. 8625. FIRST NATIONAL BANE OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS T E. COLLINS,.. . President L. G. PnELS, . Vice-President A L. DICKERMAN, . . . Cashier 1) L. TRACY, .. . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: O. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIESON, IRA MYEIS, OBERT VAIIUGHN, H...

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