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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1904

RNOR OF OREGON ses Pe-ru-na A In His Family The Magnificent State Capitol Building at Salem, Oregon. PRAISE FROM THE EX-GOVERNOR OF OREGON. Pernna la known from the Atlantic 4o the Pacific. Letters of congratulation and commendation testifying to the merits of Peruna as a catarrh remedy are ponring in from every atate in the Union. Dr. Hartman Is receiving hundreds of euch letters daily. All classes write these letters, from the highest ~to the lowest. The outdoor laborer, the Indoor artisan, the clerk, the editor, the statesman, the preacher—all agree that Peruna is the catarrh remedy of the age. The stage and rostrum, recognizing catarrh as their greatest enemy, are especially enthtielastic in their praise and testimony. Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh. Catarrh la;well nigh universal; almoet omnipresent. Peruna Is the only absolute safeguard known. _ _ l prevent colds, to cure colds, [ catarrh of Its victims. ! only cures catarrh, but Every hou...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 December 1904

WEEKLY EDI330N. VOL. II. NO. 22. —«^r COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, DECEMBER 3. 1904. Columbian. EGEMBER 3, 1904. m** C«piM ICc. Sotecriptloi Prk« S2J0 ptr Year. i mnm its BULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Persona) Events Tersely Told. Chicago.—Wallace Kirk, formerly of the firm of J. 8. Kirk & Co., soap man ufacturers, la dead. Portland, Ore.—The National Orange decided to hold the next annual session In the state of New Jersey. Cherbourg, France.—Some Russian • transports and two torpedo boat destroyers from 8kaw have anchored In the the roads here. \ An official canvass of the Kahsas election returns shows: Roosevelt received 219,873; Parker, 84,800; Roosevelt's plurality, 126,073, The metropolitan of 8t Petersburg has conferred a gold cross upon Robert Morgan, the American colored bishop. who has been visiting Moscow. St. Joseph, Mo.—George...

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

«*»c«imos—»2.60 p«r ye*r in advance fS. if not paid within 5H) days from date Of anbacriblnK, : j£& ' APTMtltntq^dfaplay—*1. per aquare monthly. Locals 20 cents per line each fnseition. Special rates by contract. “Entered June 20,1903, at Columbia Adis, Mont., as second class mutter, OUdor Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879'.'’ SATURDAY, DEC. 3. 1904. The railroad situation at Columbia falls looks very encouraging at the present time. S me tea years ago the Northern Saciflo railroad Co. and their associates caused a line of Railroad to be Surveyed from a point near Jocko to Colombia Falls and on op to what is - known as the coal banks which are a part ot the Talbott-Davis estate and are extensive. This unlimited quantity of coal is forty milles north of Columbia Falls. The proposed road was cross sectioned and appropriatons made for its balding. Jait at the woek was about to coaameuce the banka of the country failed And the Northern Pacific went into the hands of the rec...

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

'• M j- a X Matters of Interest to Readers of Home _ Topics. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Buslnea# Trantacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE IN’ ANY DART OP-THE WORLD. UAI.MAU LKWIS. Ch»)iI«t RT WECIAL OFFER. The Columbian is going to reduce the .price of subscription per year beginning «n January 1st next. And here is our ■special offer. To all delinquent eubeci bora who will pay up to the present date we will issue a receipt in full to Jauuu?y 1st. / To all who wish to pay in advance we will Issue a receipt paid iu full to Jannary 1st, 190G- for the sum of $1.50. this offer will stand good until the drtt ol the New Year. J, P. Hoffman, the Whiteflsh brick maker, was a visitor at this plac-o and Kaltspell during the week. Mr. and Mrs. -Hiram Kitchen have bid their friends adieu and gone for a trip to their old home ir. St. Marie, Canada. After one advertisement in the Columbian Dago Joe found a buyer for his farm. And some people still think it don’t...

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

J f Rill’S FI ,T DAY OF PLEASURE- HOT AN ACCIDENT. Announcement Tnat i Wbuld Attend Fair Thronaa of People—1 That Natlon’a Chief Fair Drew Great The Party Took In Whole Show—Recelvee Present! and Given Great Banquet lrt%venlna. m fit. Louis, Nov. 27—Never have more •perfect conditions prevailed since the opening of the world’s fair than those that marked Saturday, which was devoted to a tour through the exposition by President Roosevelt, accompanied by Mrs. Roosevelt, Miss Alice Roosevelt and members of the president's party. It was strictly a day of pleasure with not the slightest Incident to mar the perfect enjoyment of the occa- sion. The heralded announcement that the nation’s chief execuUve would visit "the exposition drew , tremendous throngs, and to guard him from pos slble danger that might menace him, secret service men, soldiers and police guards abounded, but they had comparalively little to do in preserving order. The sentiment seemed to be unanl mous In the minds of yte...

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

WEEKLY BJDH3DN. Coltunbian. VOL. II. NO. 23. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. DECEMBER 10, 1904. ' Ccpiea Ifc. Subtcriptloa Price $ZM ftr Tear. i mn es m CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happening! In Both Eaetern and Waatarn Hamlapharaa During tha Part Week—National, Hietorlcal, Political and Peraonal Eventa Teraely Told. Spalo, through her minister, has accepted the American Invitation to conclude an arbitration treaty, and Secretary Hay and the minister are now going over the flrst draft. The appointment of Rear Admiral Davis to represent the United States on the International commission on the North sea incident is favorably commented upon by government officials and naval officers In Paris. It is officially announced that King Victor Emmanuel has conferred the great cordon of Saints Maurice and Lazarus on J. P. Morgan in recognition of Italy's gratitude for the return by Mr. Morgan to the Italian government of the famous cope which was stolen from the cathedr...

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

mas&BSw ■Hi ■•1(114 (>>!.■ Columbian ■ 8*nnu>AT, BATES: .60 per year in advance !. II not paid within 90 days from date ■nbecriblnx. __ dliplay—»1. per square ,V Locals 20 cente per line each tlon. Special rates by contract. •'EnteredJune20,1903, at Columbia rails, Moot., as second class mutter, nnder Act of Congress of March 3rd, tm:’ SATURDAY. DEC. 10, 1901. Patrons of the Columbian will please take notice that this paper is not going to-ceaso publication. The Columbian came to Columbia Falls to stay and the field lor a newspaper at this place Is a good one. It is growing- and will con tinue to grow and a paper can live and thrive in this place. The report that the Columbian was likely to go out of busines no doubt grew out of fact that the local land office lias beou discriminating in the matter of land notices and the further fact that Mr. Hendricks is figuring on a change of location. The Colombian-may change bands in the near future...

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

w W llie Hon. (oBiissioner Says. WiUhwigtin I). 0., Decern l >er 1, 1904 [ inn end detignatinz tlie newwnper in Mr. I). A. Hen'lncke, 1 nlilcb final prod ahall lie imiI> U. 8. Copiuini-ianer, ! I »h -d. devolves by law up-m the Reg.GulomUa fallB, Montana. liter, and it is insisted that thepsp-r Sir: .Replying to your letter of the 25th ultimo regarding the action of land nearest the land as the law requ'ree, shall be recognised tinlesi for good and ■uflli-ient reasons to he shown by ^oi. office st Kalispell, Montana in the mat 1 But when there are two or more newtter of publishing notices of final proof in papers filling the legal requirement, the timber and stone, and in homoatoad ] Register may then exercise his discretion entries, yon pro informed that under the in the selection of the paper which in third section of the limber and 8tone ' his judgement will beat serve the legal Act of Jane 3, 1878, the 'Register after I purpose. preparing and posting the no...

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

Tea is tea sometimes and some houses; at other other houses, BWr' v ^what do you think It is? Actr*M Dead. . - George Henry allbert, the oldest actress on the American stace, died In her rooms at the h 0UB e shortly after she had a stroke of apoplexy. ^ s. Gilbert was born In England. 83 years ago, and came to this country with her husband, who was a dancer, In 1849. She was a member of Augustin Daly’s company from 1869 until his death. Since then she has appeared, under the management of Chas. Frohman. ing fatal, neck were the free use reduced to Its normal size, 'SilLA When a child I had a very severe attack of Diphtheria, which came near pror- ah Upon recovery the glands of the very much enlarged, and after e of iodine, the right one was > its normal size, but the left one continued to grow—very slowly at first, until it was a&aut the size of a goose egg, which began to press on the windpipe, causing difficult breathing, and became very painful. An incision...

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

VOL. II. NO. 24. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. DECEMBER 17, 1004. SabKriftiM PriM SLM t* Tear. i min w iiii BULLED FROM DI8PATCHM OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. In Both mtapharM A Review of Happening* Eutom and- Western Ha During the Peat Weak—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Madrid—The senate has passed the government’s antianarchist bill. New iCork.—It Is announced that the The union movement started here nas MONTANA NEWS. A deed to all of the property owned by Senator W. A. Clark In Missoula and Powell counties to his son, William A. Clark, Jr., was Sled In Missoula, Saturday. The deed was signed by the senator and his wife, Annie a Clark. A proclamation has been Issued by Governor Toole declaring the adoption of amendments to the state constitution relating to child labor and the eight hour law, voted on at the recent election, and these are now In full force and effect. A campaign to organise the farmers of Montana into unions has been undertaken by the Am...

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

SATES: per year in advance not paid within 90 days from dot* rsSrMirifuss Special rates by contract. SATURDAY. DEC. 17, 1904. How.beautifnl this world would be if ppop)* would quit talking about their neighbors. \ It is now understood that the Kalispell people are beginning to like the dinkee train. It seems to be a prevailing opinion that all people are ignorant but it is aassuing to note how wise some guys around Columbia Falls get on special occasions.. How many thousand times has it been said that Columbia-Falk is a beautiful town and prefixed with soma saying to disparage the meaning. There is no prettier town on earth. Do not prefix any thing to this. A'bottlo of wine will never have a head on if we continually open it to exgmine tbo efferre^fence. Kalispoll lofit tfitf main line by trying to injure the west end of tbo county by showing Jim HH1 a better route than the fibby Cut <JB and now is lihely to loose Mte dinkee division which may go to Whitefisb. •Tbo much t...

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

w I f -'v»5 titii a. mei w m ms m. H«nr» A. SUnley closed hu pvw in theslpep Hint know* no •wultoina ri Colombia Fall* Wedn-sdny inorning, Dec. 14, after an illneas of aboot two werka duration. Mr. SUnley liadb*en a reuldentof ihe Flatlu-ad lor eighteen veare ami the j greater pari of tliat time a resident of Colnmldf Falla. He was acquainted with nearly everr man woman and child in this sectiqn of th* country and was respected and lilted by all. Dnrloa hi* lifetime the Columbian has often heard It remarked that Stanley was anionic the lew men among u* without an em-my on earth. And eocb i* tlie ca**-. Mr. Stanley was a kind henrtod man and one whose aim in life seetned to be to do right and bis mind was Bled with pleasant reminiscences of the past. Bis Conversation always bordered on the brighter tide o! things and it whs always a pleasure to spend an hour or twc^alih this aged praileman. The deceased was between 73 snd 74 ^esw* i>M and be died mb neacWnllv as a babe goi...

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

m m Yi THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME v:j>. Are Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home tor Ca tarrhal Diseases. •M^fcn<riTRS< JCHWANDl^ ifanbojsft Minn, HR and MW. paQATONSOH. (n depend tnce, tlSi Under date of January 10, 18U7, Dr. Hartman received the following letter: “My wife has been a euHerer from a complication of diseases for the past 25 years. Her case has baffled the skill of tome of the most noted physic ans. One of her worst troubles was chronic con«tlpetion o( several years' standing. She was also passing through that most critical period in the life of a woman— change of life. "In June, 1895,1 wrote to you about her case. You advised a course of Peruns and Manalin, which we at once commenced, and have to say it completely cured her. “.About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catpnh, which bad been of 25 years' standing. At times I was almost past going. I commenced to use Peruna accord* tag to your instructions and continued its use for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1904

: i :< EDOTDN. HenMtks’ Columbian. ‘A?*.. >-V VOIi.II. NO. 25. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. DECEMBER 24, 1204. Ctfimm. 1+iu+Om MaUMpmltm. i iM's ms nous b*”*"* ^ Biltt JLLEO FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Ktvlow of Happening* in Both Eastern and W#*tem Hemisphere* During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Justice Jenks of the appellate division of the New York state supreme court has handed down a decision that an Injunction against the organizers of a strike can not stand. The comptroller of the currency has approved the application of J. J. Haggerty. William A. Connell, John W. Roberts, 8. I. Silverman and M. D. Leahy to organize the American National bank of Fairbanks, Alaska, with $60,000 capital. The Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians have paid their lawyers $760,000 for unearthing land frauds. This Is said to be the largest fee for legal services ever paid In the west. A conference lasting over four hours wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1904

I Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Tbpitai- 5i?uj ,a s,a' 1 - _ (lAlfr) 'jlU'ttq'- 5 ..^ATUBPAy.lDBC. 2^ ! ■..„■■ ■ n-.l-T -..t ' V> ninll <•«•>« «•) -V..I fyKJ'J iill W** *0®» Wbfl t *«y "W* *T*iir4bllig'j*B4i'taie«> ‘ ■oWHen> There are «llier« ^rhSTkjn’V'Baj‘i”?ery : maeh bdt doW-w *u«»n O.lt dr>t/i9H »d« him fmrjmrrrr'n^ k! *0(1 1 min .'til it'-^vj 'v - ini HJii'iiniilil-' I* >tn n( ■nu* rol >i -•min ini Jiru/j-'ni ir-w ^■'ul ol ^Mn'.« J :Cn*4errW r ith:th«,»lni knoetod off. i» Ic.tn'i<lMi'io»nliedifBeamDg..:ag lh*ho»«n wbo oimiBarrk'kUatiWiitekeb-i'iha*! abscitbed the .m>iMiUaiae£ ahd" popalatidn' l: o( ,: Col(unM& ,: «dl VuydH*,' 11 >'* rliunljol -mu t'lholi •‘>d« •new twin ndT ^^jw^joilo^eUJKv!, muled laotiqa arnro ‘**’-*- eSBBS (iff h ol oMaifbdrtkrti lott' ldf 'dIW'pretty meii ^ho^ CoIndJb&Tatli'bal'If '^Vfr ^of the...

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

_ r Auto $«jf On tad ia Winston. .He makes Statements that will Be Condemned by Every Honest Wan in Columbia Falls. WMblntfon, D. 0., D«cemUrd4, 1904. Hr. D. A. Hendricks, V. 8. Commissioner, '« OoiainMaifails, Mo»i*n». * lift. fnr()ier reply lo roar letter of the S5th of .die setion pf * the Register at KplispeH, *Iont*n«, in *be waiter 0 f paUiait.on of final proof noileee, aileging discrimination against ymir newspaper, von are informed that the Register has made response to my reqaeat for an explanation, in which he atates that year communication ia a “Willful miaajateraent of the CHsa.” First, that no dtiaen ol Colombia Falls or rlcinur, who ever had a ,l.and notice to pabliah e»er requested, petitioned or in any way or manner importuned that such notice be. published in the Columbian, bqt tj)e contrary istrne. Second, as to the clipping mailed von, J am not advised as to iib nature, but if dtxxseri opobttiie political pqllcy.of the, Siaper as a republican organ, I herewith - i...

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

' k VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE. Mi*. Hem letU A. 8. Marah, 769 W. 16th St., Lo* Angelea, Cal., Preeident Woman’* Benevolent Aee’n, write*: •I suffered with la grippe for seven Z I could i weeks, and I do or take helped me until I tried Peruna. “I felt at once that 1 had at laat secured the right medicine and 1 kept steadily improving. Within three week* I wa* {ally restored, and I am glad that 1 gave that truly great remedy a trial. I wilf never be without it again." In a letter dated Anguat 31,1904, Mra. Marah says: "I have never yet heard the efficacy of Peruna questioned. We ■till nee it. 1 traveled through Kentucky and Tennessee three years ago, where I found Peruna doing its good work. Much of it is being used here also."—Henrietta A. 8. Marsh. Addree* Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columnns, Ohio. "All 31® fAIL IN A Wife Tilt S® OHM KEYS tAKl AWITIML WMT PONTTOUirtA# 5 ^SH BWfl* SLICKER hc>ca •• TTUOw AND KEEP PRY? !tS^^i^S!fSSiS!FLSVSi The Holidays are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1905

Hen jTt EDITION. ♦ )f nlntnbian ■m VOL. II. NO. 27. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JANUARY 7. 1905. Csftm He. Subscrigtioi Price S2JI U rm Tmt. Port Arthur Falls. Port Arthur has surrendered. Exhausted by the months of almost constant fighting, decimated by disease and casualties and hopelessly sealed in its rooky fortress, the gallant garrison has yielded to its gallant beeelgers and the end is now written of one of the most dramatic war incidents of modern times. At 9 o’clock Sunday night General Nogi, oommandnlg the Japanese army of invasion, received from the Russian general, Stoeasel, a note saying that he found resistance useless and asking for a meeting to arrange terms of capitu- lation. The note was simple and direct and the Japanese general immediately named commissioners to confer with representatives of the Russian com mander. They met at noon Monday to arrange the conditions of surrender. The nature of the terms agreed upon is not yet known, but dispatches, from Tokio indicat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1905

ibian Pit m MATMBi per year in advance nithin 90 day* from date Matters of Interest to Readers of Home Topics. Special rate* by contract: "Entered June 20.1903, at Columbia SUla,. Mont., as aecond daai matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, Canron Homestead, B. A. Y., have purchased a centrally located lot in Columbia Falla and will build themeelvea a hall in the early spring time. MARBIED., SATURDAY,' Jan 7, 1905: THE GANGRENE OF SUSPICION. The following ia in substance the wovdaxt on eminent writer and should bb-resAttad digested at Columbia Falls: There la no influence quite so rotten in American life as the influence of the active or passive knocker. There is nothing so subversive of honest conviction, nothing so inimical to frankness, manliness and bold action for tbs right, aa slinking iaduedo, slimv suggestion of ilkdoiog and the forestalled acceptance ofyeotit before it Is proved. Cold justice itself haa set an example even to Christanity to the end that each xiaa-shaU ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1905

fliarlff Ross foils Beta Cars His Injuries Were Fatal and He Dies Within a Few Hours. He v; , . ‘.Was a Railway Fireman. Wbtla attempting to climb aboard of a ewift moving freight train at the CoIambi* Falla depot at one o’clock Wedoeedar afternoon Charley Ron, of Whlteflah, was thrown between care and i*tally injnred. Hia head waa severely cut and aeveral cars passed over bis left leg before the train waa stopped. The leg was severed close to hia body. Charley bad been to Kalispell on business and on hia wav hark bad stopped here for a short visit with friends. He waa a regular fireman on one of the freight engine*. When attempting to, board the freight for Whiteflsh he carried a bundle under his night arm and wore a heavy oyer coat. He grasped a rear ladder of a box car and in. another instant waa dashed to piece*. After being caried to the depot platform he lay unconecione for some time and medical aid waa summoned and Drs. Kobuiton and Consier responded to the call. Both west bo...

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