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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1905

t good your : lease olContagious 1 j; other symptoms I was s with Rheumatism, and got t going. The disease got a firm mvBTStem; my blood was thorr h the virus. I lost in ,_j run down, had sore throat, splotches and other evidences lease. I was truly in a bad shape [began the use of S. S. S., but the nit use of it brought me out of my ! safe and sound, and I have the eto publicly testily to the virtues of your great blood remedy, S. 3. S,, and to recommend it to nil blood-poison sufferers, sincerely believing if it is taken nocoming to directions, and given a fair trial, it will thoroughly eliminate every *• particle of the vims. Tames Curran. Stark Hotelt Greensburg, Pa. Painfnl swellings in the groins, red crup* firms upon the skin, sores in the mouth and loss of hair and eyebrows, are some of the symptoms of this vile disease. S. S. S. is an antidote for the awful virus that attacka and destroys even the bones. 8. 8. S. contains no Mercury, Potash or other mineral ingfedient We of...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1905

(«#•« VOL, II. NO. 29. COLUMBIA FALUS, MONTANA. JANUARY 21, 1905. >9*1 >4 H'ijUIS IBS CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIAtEO PRESS. A Review' of Happenings In Both Eastsm and Western Hemispheres During the Pa.t Week—Natlonel, Historical. Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Cardinal Rampolla la UL Harvey Groavenor Forbea Curtla, ■well known character comedian, la dead. The widow of Caesar Young will aoon again be a realdent of San Fran- ciacoi King Edward has signed a proclamation convening parliament February 16. ... Several congressmen from the wept have signed a atatemsaV opposing tariff revision. Mrs. Bishop Potter has recovered $30,000 worth of Jewels stolen eight months ago. .. - / ' Ex-Governor Silas Garber, the first governor of Nebraska, under the constitution, Is dead. — It Is reported that Congressman Vespian Warner of Illinois will be appointed commissioner of pensions. Another consignment of submarine boats, presumably Intended for Japan, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1905

r r e MA by a sense of gratitude 0 .jat good your remedy i a case ot Contagions Blood , Among other symptoms I was se- l' the virus. I lost in raa run down, had sore throat, , splotches and other evidences . X was truly in a bad shape the use of S. S. S., but the ;ht me out of my and I have the _t use of it courage to publicly *tkti/y to the virtues of your great blood remedy, S. S. S., and to recommend it to all blood-poison suffertts, sincerely believing if it is taken no. Wilful swellings in the groins, red emp" tiona upon the skin, sores in the mouth and loss of hair and eyebrows, are some of the symptoms of this vile disease. S. S. S. b an antidote for the awful virus that attacks and destroys even the bones, a a & contains no Mercury, Potash or other mineral ingredient. We offer Jr.ooo tor proof that It is not absolutely vegetable. Home treatment book giving the symptoms and other interesting and valuable information about this disease, mailed free. Our physicians ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1905

J (Joltunbian, :,<8 MONTANA NEWS. F There wa* a large and representative attendance at the annual convention of the Montana Society of Engi- neers. Chief Machlelle, head of the Flathead Indians, Is dead, as the result of being pitched from his vagon near Plains. Senator William A. Clark has returned from Europe with his young wife, but left their “million dollar baby" behind In ^arla with nurses. Mrs. Clark was so 111 on the trip across that ship surgeons were In constant attendance. Simeon R. Buford, pioneer and one of the best known men In southern Montana, died recently In Virginia City after a prolonged Illness of In flam matoir rheumatism. Mr. -Buford drove an ox team from Canton. Mo., to Virginia City in ^865. John Gersotlch, aged 19, living with his father In Walkervllle, Sunday evefc Ing probably fatally shot his cousin, Frank Lement, In what he claims was self defense and also to protect his father's life from Lement and a gang of six or more others who were bent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 January 1905

i$. — . . Columbian. PoBLunEi) :Rvnir PATtnuiAf. M. F. LAKI<OKB. MKhr »■# Aw Mr. MAT KB: jnwOinioK—12;50 per ye*r in advenco 48. If not paid within 90 tfayn from date .Stiabecribing. : -U yean'bis tnemoriee of the Flathead have kept thia coontrv in his mind aa Uie ‘•Promiaed Land.” He now gnintea the people of Colombia Falla and of Flathead connty, and will do his beat to deserve a fair patronage for The Columbian. A >Ao - monthly, rinaeitlon. a—diaplar—11. per aqnare I^ocals 10 cents per line each Special rates by contract. *• Entered Jnn. 20. IMS, at Columbia tFalla, Mont., as second class matter, Tnndar Act of Cbngreas of March 3rd, iHrr*." SATURDAY. Jan 21, 1905. THE COLirWBIAN. Tlie editor and proprietor of The Colnmhian bowa to the people of Cokim bla Falla, and finttera himself that he is no alranger hare. He worked on The Columbian when John W. Face was the editor and'propriator, and before he rc^jplred the service# of a toneorial artist to keep hia fac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 January 1905

—VOL, II. NO. 30. : V COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JANUARY 28. 1905 C**taK*. Prict S2J# p« Tmt. ST.PETERBURG REVOLUTION ARMED GUARDS SHOT PEOPLE . DOWN LIKE DOGS. Wild Scenes Around the Palace—Thousands of Workmen and Families Try To Hold a Meeting Sunday—Wanted Czar to Come and Hear. 8t. Petersburg, Jan. 22.—Thla has been a day of unspeakable horror In 8t. Petersburg. The strikers of yesterday, goaded to desperation by a day of violence, fury and bloodshed, are In a state of open insurrection against the government. A condition almost bordering on civil war exists In the ^prro* stricken Russian capital. The city Is under martial law, with Prince Vasil* chlkoff as commander of over 5000 of the emperor’s cr^ck guards. Troops are blvoucking the streets tonight and at various places on the Nevsky prospect, the main thoroughfare of the city. On the Island of Vaslllostrow and In the out sections Infuriated men have thrown up barricades, which they are holdipg. The empress dowager has hastily...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 January 1905

© Columbia ii Published Every Saturday. H. F. X.ABUGKR, Editor »■«! Oivnrr. MATES: tf•UBBCRirriON—$2.00 per year in advance n ADTMTiMHO—display—*1. per square f monthly. Locals 10 cents per line eacii inseition. Special rates bv contract. "Entered .Tune 20, 1003, at Columbia r Falls, Mont., as second class matter, smdar Act of Congress of March 3rd, W70.V SATURPAY. Jan 28, 1905. EFT THE EIGHT SHINE. The marvelous success of Every Body’s £ Magazine, since it commenced the publicationof Lawson’s “ Frenzied Finance’ - has encouraged it to employ the services of Charles Edward Russell, another vigorous and fearless writer, to furniah it tbe bistory of the “Beef Trust”. The firstchapter, under tlie title, “The . Greatest Trust In The World”, is in t the February number, and is startling in its revelations. The simple truth, told in the siinplest, ' plainest English about the doings of our trust magnates, and of how they. have accumulated such an undue proportion of this great country’s w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 January 1905

OOfIT MONKEY WITH OTHER HATS BUY A PATTERSOri TOWN AND COUNTY* NEWS. pe''n i hose nol.by llnt- # 1 The Pattersonhat andevery«other article in the gents fumAingline are for sale at the figfc prices at If t Hennedfs JAS KENNEDY) DRUOG-IST COX'MB I A. KALI^, MONTANA. Dealers in drugge and med-f Cioiney paint*, oils and glaea., ^Stationary and fancy good*,' >cigara tobaoooaand confections) S Always epen. EM ML, fnjita. Fresh milk all the time. COLUMBIA FAaiLS. - MONTANA “Yonr Neiiihlior'e Wife” was presented ro a lair sizcii tionse at Main’s hall lust ni^ht. Mrs. Ji>s. Rogers, of 'Camas Prairie, arrived here Thursday, and la visiting with her itarenla, Mr. and Mr*. J. K. Miller. - IVn-y H. Cnnl’pbell, who in in jail in Kal'ei'ell onysliH eharge of being the burglar who held Up tlie deiiot at this place about too weeks ago, was arraigned in justiee court last week and upon waivingexalni'ution was b innd over to the dm- irit't court Joe.Zorzi, who is cutting ties on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 January 1905

.LIGHT BY THE GRIPRELEASED BY PE-RU-NA VSIIAS 1^1^' ••The World of Medicine Recognizes Grip as Epidemic Catarrh."— Medical Talk. -— La Grippe is Epidemic Catarrh. ‘A friend advised me to try your Pe- lt spares no class or nationality. The ! runa, which 1 did, and was immediate- cultured and the ignorant, the aristocrat and the pauper, the masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe. None are exempt—all are lia- ble. Grip is well named. The original French term, la grippe, has been shortened by the busy American to read “grip." Without intending to do so, a new word has been coined that exactly describes the case. As if some hideous giant with awful grip had clutched us in its fatal clasp. Men, women, children, whole towrvs. and cities are caught in the baneful grip of a terrible monster. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip got you? If so, read the following letters. These testimonials speak for themselves as to the efficacy of Peruna in cases of ^ grippe or its aft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1905

vol.ii. iro. 31 % V \ tfotemMan. .v---•V-.'- COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. FEBRUARY 4, 1805. Stag!* C«piM M<. in’s m m its CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Spain has a new ministry and King Alfonso has given approval to Vlllaverde’s selections. Santiago De Chile.—The first automobile has just crossed the Andes at an elevation of 26,000 feet above sea level. The Gomez building In Havana, facing Central Park and containing 30 shops and cafes, was gutted by fire recently. Loss, 1100,000. The senate has confirmed the following nomination: Charles Richardson, Massachusetts, secretary of the embassy at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In a big circus tent at Berryville, Va., before 200 spectators, Benjamin Llppkln, colored, was hanged recently for the murder of Richard Ellison, also colored. Reno, Nev.—James Simpson was shot and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1905

© Columbian. ^nittiUEn fivpBV Sati-bday. q. F.LAErOKR, EdllOT and Onnrr. It A TICS: i per year in. advance. ■ i d«ne 20., 19M, at Columbia Mont., as second class matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. February 4, 1905. A, R*:»WKI>. Wot Jong ago, In a not far distant conntry, there.lived a people who were so well, possessedpf the cardinal virtnes, hpnesty, industry, bravery and pairiotitm,..that: their- prosperity exceeded that of any other people on earth., due day there came among this people ap orphan,, who said he was a good felI8»r, bat, was as out-east among men and needed protection. The people took bis-word for it and adopted the youth,. He said bis nsme was Infant ludnatry. The people liked the name, and they liked the youth, for ho was comely, energetic and smart. They not only gave him the protection necessary to his proper and. healthfol development, but tliey gave him generonsly of their means. In hia vonth he was like unto one of them. He was in duat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1905

PROM 50(enl5 TO 11.110 MENS SIZES. •. ■ .. II [ IMf's One Door South of Gaylord. JAS KENNEDY: MiLrOOIST CCM-.MDIA. kat.i.si; MONTANA. Dealers in driinKS and med-j jirines. paints, oils and g'ass.J Stationary nnd fancy goods ' Jcigars tobaccos and confections) {Always open. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.. ibxiTxs Stitch Lean Ortic*. Kai.mrciL.Mimt. Jnn.Zi, I9<r.. Jtotlco In beraby given tliat Die f.illmvIiiRncmeil Mttler Kta. nk'il nnUeu of hin iiiteSitlun to inulteflnslproot in •upportof lil> claim, nnd Hint .aid prool will be mnde lelore tin- Rcelalcr and ReieWerV. S. Imnd Office nt Knlfnpell. Haulnna, on March 7, li»'>, via: KVKRETT DOW, Who Blade H. It. So. \M). for Lola 8 nnd 8, nc<--tion 36, Injla •», 6, and r-’K* i SW,. section 35. to»Tnhl|>:U north..range W went, SUM. He uninen the lolloei^e wltncnscs in prove hlsconlliiunua rryidence upon nnd cultivation of auld land, viz: Jnmea liollek, llenla Comenu, O. 8. Hinds and Thomas Je...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 February 1905

/ Hood’s Sarsaparilla b unquestionably the greatest Mood and me£dne known. It positively and permanently cures every humor, from Pimples to Scrofula. It is the Best Blood Medicine. FOX WAE AT CLOSE QUARTEE8. Cadet, at Wet Point Brobably'Will Bo Taught Lesson*. America ia learning lessons from the Rnsso-Japanese war which will prove valuable to both the United States. Some of these lessons were considered at a recent meeting of the cabinet and the disonssion which ensued will result in definite action within a few daya. Some time ago President Roosevelt directed attention, through letters to Secretary Taft and Morton, the desirability of enoonraging ty every means possible the physical development of oadets at both military and naval academies. Subsequently the suggestion was made that instrnotors be employed at the academies to teach the sienoe of jin jitsu, the Japanese method of wrestling. At the meeting today the entire method was discussed very fully. It was oonolnded to appoint...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1905

VOIi.II. NO. 32 COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. FEBRUARY 11, 1905. PEACE RUMOR AGAIN GRAND DUCAL PARTY SAID TO HAVE CHANGED THEIR IDEAS. St. Petersburg Correspondent of the London Chronicle Says They Have Had ^Several Conferences Lately and Have Come to the Conlusion Now Is a Good Time to. Quit War. London, Feb. 8.—Highest antnority is claimed by the St Petersburg correspondent of the London Daily Chronoile for the statement that the grand dnoal party had suddenly decided that .Russia must sue for peace. The correspondent states that the grand dukes and their supporters have held frequent conferences of late, at which they discussed tbe far eastern war and came to the conclusion that they could not afford to continue the war under the present conditions. The immediate cause for this change of mind on the part of the verv men who have right along stood in way of peace is said to have been the recent disaster to the Russian arms on the Hun river. Coupled with the news of this defeat, has com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1905

Columbian. POBLIBHRD EVKRV SXTDBDAY. V- F. lAKUOKB, KJHor nnd Oiraer. ■PBacairnoM—$2.00 per year in advance Aj»r«milRO-rdi8play—$1. per aqunre taoaUJy. IfOcala 10 cenU per line eacli Iwwtion.. Special rates by. contract. ‘^Sqtarad June 20. 1P0», at ColnnbU IJalk, Mont., as second, class matter. ' ,'A<!t. ctf GooBress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. February Jl, 19(H. 8. 8EXATOBS AS PRACTICING LAWYERS.. Senator Mitchell, of. Oregon, made a nighty roar in the U. S. senate, as the tpsultof hi* fiVat indictment. Since Hien two other.indicttnents.bnve been returned against hiruby the fedora! grand jury, cweofw’hich charged him with having takpn nearly ISOQO.OQ. from some land grabber in Portland, to nse his influence with Ringer Herman to defraud, the Government,,and bis explanations given to the press are wanting in the bombastic rhetoric which characterized his speech ia the senate. He denies that he took the money for the purpose alleged in the iaiiclmentt but says, that he does no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1905

WHITEFISH, NOW. KROM 30 cents TO 11.110 MEN'S SIZES. F 5 One Door Sonth of Gaylord. SOTKJB FOR PUBLICATION. Csitkd Ptatiw I .ash OF»'irr_ Kamm'KM., Mont., Jan.». 19m. Xotlro 1« hereby given that the (nllmvlng. iiRUietl nctllcrhaa tiled notlee ol hla Intention **o make dual proof in auptiort of hUelaiin. and that aald proof will he made before the Itecijter and Receiver 17.8. Land Offlec at Kallapell. Montana, on March 7. Itim.vu: . EVERETT DOW, Who mode H. E. No. 1,V», for Lota It and 8. aeeHon 30, lads 4, &, and SEVf KVVJa. aerllou 35. townrhip33north, range 19 weal, M.M. He names the following wltneaaea to prove his eontlnnona rcaldenee upon and cultivation •f aald land, via: James Bollek.DenisComeau.O. 8. Hinds and Thomas Jefferson,all of Belton, Mont. AsuttKw W. Swanky. Register. First publication Jan. 28,1905. • NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I'sinto States I.aso OmcE, EALtaeKLt. Mont., Jan. IS. 1905. Notice L« hereby given that the followingnaimal settler baa filed notire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1905

» f K- Ml Humors whiek Um Mm, and Other oifu* cm ■ot take caioot without help, there U each m aocuauletloa of them. They litter the whole eyatem. Tiaplee, belle, ecrem* Md ether eruption*, loea of appetite, that tired •mUbc, hilioo* tum, fit* of ladigoeIlea, dull headachee and many other troahlae are due te them. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Bemore all humor*, ereroome aO their effects, strengthen, ton* and tarigont* the whole system. •I ha* salt rheum on my hands so that I eaeld not work. I took Hood's Sanspartlla and It dror* out the humor. I continued tta us* tin the sons disappeared." Mas. laa O. Bmow>, Bnmford rails. Me. Hood's Sarsaparilla promisee to Sure and keeps the promise. The last revolution in Uruguay was one of the most successful pulled off in South America for years. The government paid the insurgents 1100,000 to quit fooling. 10,000 manta for 18c. His is a remarkable offer the John A. Salter Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., makes. Salter Seeds have a national...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1905

VOL. n. NO. 33 Columbian. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. FEBRUARY 18, 1805. MMSJIpv' AROUND THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM THE ENTIRE CIYUZATION. Both A Review of Heppenlnge In ‘ Eastern and Weetern Hemlepherea During the Paet Week—National, Historical, Political and Pereonal Events Tersely Told. The house omnibus building bill carries a total appropriation of $9,600,000. The new Chinese loan of 6,000,000 pounds was several times oversubscribed. Last Sunday was Lincoln’s birthday. The earl of Kenmare died In London recently, aged 80 years. Mr. Barrett will continue to fepresent the American diplomatic representation at Panama. J. Flerpont Morgan has arranged to make another cruise In foreign waters qn his steam yacht. It Is reported from St Petersburg that Maxim Gorky has been sent to Riga to undergo trial. It was just a year ago 'this week that. Admiral Togo began to do some effective work with his fleet. Lady Cureon, wife of the viceroy of India, and her three children' have saile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1905

- f D[ T he Columbian Pubushed Every Saturday. H- ». I.APCOKR. Editor and Owner. RA7K&1 )yyiafiRtrTKi>^r43 r Q0 per year in, advance *PY**tibu!0—dUnla>—$1. per aquare zacjqthly, Locals 10 cehM per line each Mueitipn. Special rjilea br. contract. ••Watered Jnnp 2^. IMS. ^ Columbia Sails, Mont., as. second, class matter, under Act ci Gcngress of Marcli 3rd, 1W9.’« SATURPAY. Rebrpsry Jg, 1903. ' ^4>5r>bn SENATOR MITCH*:*.I.. ; j^^Alfce3,H. Tftijnar, law partner of Senator .Mitchell, waa,indicted on the StR of t^it:mnhtA. .!*>' the Federal, grand iffSt- in Oregon, for. perjury. Three day* later, be appeared in court, and eptcredsa plea of guilty, as charged. To an Asaocjated^ress representative, ha said: . “No one known the torture L have endured since January 31, when ary . , spade a sUtement to the grand jury concerning the date of the co-pa?t-nership agreement between Senator Mitchell and myself. The last straw came, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1905

omits. TTIOM 50 (aits TO ii.«i MEN'S SIZES; It t Mfs One Door South of Gaylord. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. I'xitid States Land Office. Kalisfeu; Mont.. Jan. J3.190S. Xotw h. hereby (flven that the (oIIowIuk- *aae4 >Mt)er has riled notice of his Intention Mhwhe>nal proof In support of hts claim, and that saU proof *111 be made before the Kcglster a»d Itetelror V. 8. Und Office at Kallspell. Mao tana, ao March 7, 1905. vis: XVEKETT DOW, Who made B. Z. No. 1,569. for Lota 6 and 8, section 38, LoU I, S. and 8EM NWJf. section 33. 'howntblp Si north, rsnsc 19 w««t,M. M. .-BeTtamea the following wlincsses to prore hla cotltlnuoua residence upon and cultivation of aald laud, vis: James Bollck. Denis Comean, 0.8. Hinds and Thomas Jefferson, all of Beltoa, Mont. ' Audeeiv W. Swanky, Beglster. First publication Jan. 28, 1905. ‘^‘'NOTICEFOB PUBLICATION, i Tnited States Land Ottics. KAUarELL. Mont.. JaB.80.1903. Notice is hereby glYen that the followingnamed settler has riled ...

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