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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 October 1889

MURDEROUS AFFRAY. AN INDIGNANT HUSBAND TAKES REVENGE, Another Exploslon II lBtte-bhief Engi neer Peokler in Msslnql -- The Great Northern Erpe.r to Pam Through There. BU.terE, Oct. 25.-L. P. Feely came to town yesterday and surrendered himself' to the officers for having shot T. W. Scnith yesterday. "eoely is a young eman living 12 miles south of Silver flw on the Utah & Northern Ity. lte was at Silver Bow yesterday and wihen returno ing he was met by his Chinese cook, who told him to hirry home as his wife was in trouble. He hastened tlward his house and when a short distance away met his wife with her face braised and clothes torn. She informed him that Smith had at tempted to outrage her. Smith then cane out of the house and Feely attaeked him with a knife, inflicting a deep cut on his arm. The knife beoke and he tried an axe, but Smith flied. Later Feely secured a Winchester rifle and shot at Smiththree times without effect. He then tried a 32 calibre revolver and shot Smith...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 October 1889

TURNER DROWNED. ANOTHER VI .TM OF THE TREACH EROUS MISSOURI. The Deoeeead a Well Known Citizen of Ohoteaý County - Only Me or Partle alara. [From Wednesday'sDfily.] From A. W. Kingsbury and others who arrived from Benton today the 'iT'i'lrr.. learns of the sad death of Dr. Will E. Turner this morliing, The doctor resil ed on a ranch nearly opposite the mouth of the Marias, on the south slde of the Missouri river. ' It is supposed he was crossing the latter stream in a buggy, when on some account the vehicle Was upset, throwing kiim into the water. The only news of the sad affair received was a note from Mrs. Turner to Chas. E. Duer of Blenton, sent oc the train that arrived here at noon. It simply stated that the doctor had been browned and asked that assistance be sent her. Fuller particulars are not to be hod at this time. All the old-tlm.rs of northern Montana know Dr. Will E! Turner. He lived 'at Fort Benton masy years and at one time was surgeon for the two companies of troops ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 October 1889

GREAT FAILLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 148 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBERI 30, 1889, PRICE. FIVE CENTS MR. HILL TALKS. IHE PREDICTS GRAND D)EVELOPMENT FOR GREAT FALLS AND NORTH - MONTANA. The Weatern Extenlson to be Pushed ThrouLh at Once - A Fine Depot for Great Falls-Good Reports From Ithe Bolt Monltnlts., President.I..T. Hill andl pary returned to this city last evenin'i ablot I9 o'clock aid spent two hours at the Park lihotel en gaged in conversation with friends. Mr. 11111 was in a contented frame of mind, evidently, and conversed freely. He pro dicted rapid progress for treat Falls and said to his hearers that this would be one of the great Cities of the new ndrthwest. Thewesternc extension, Ihe said, would be pushlied throbgh to early completion, and this, together with the road to the Belt mountains, wotild prove of great benefit to this city and northern Montana in gen eral. From this time forth there will be no cessation of effort and energy,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 October 1889

-REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PDwLIBSRD DAL ND SEMI-WE..LT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. rnooaronfrAMo] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. il ubripton mst be paid in dvanooe. DAILY. 55IM.WBI.LT.r oneear bymal, $10.00 One year by mail, 18.0 n eonale, 6.00 St months 1.560 tne month 1.)00 Throe moate" I. Ilneweekr, oyerrier, 2 Single copy,...... 5 SII city suberlbers to Laily delivered by carrier Advertiethn rates furnished on application. 'he circulation of the Tribune In Lorthern I.mtsn is .guaeanteed t, exceed that of oay pa per puyhbliehed in the teent.o. uSoseetbers desiring their address chanog eaot send hitr former addreee; tie should be remembered. A :ddoe: netRsNe PUBLISIINO (OMPANI, Iteat Fa.ls, Montans. NO. .845. jFIIjT NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $.L ,oo,eo Paid-Up Cap' a, $IOO,0(0. DIRECTORS: 0. A. .RO ATER, MARTIN MArINNIS, A SON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGOTON. A geaneral banking buinels treamoited. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 October 1889

STILL QUIBBLING. KNOWLES AND CAMPBELL OFFER ING OBSTACLES. Judge D)Wolfe Maintains that he is En titled to Preside Exeept Where he is direetly Concernea-Mucht Talk by the Lawyers. LuTTr, Oct. 29.-[Speeial to the 'PiT otNE.]-In the rranilatory clauses of the alternative writ issued in the maeldamus case, a command is mt'de to count the votes cast in pre..lct 84 not merely for the relator, flcooatton, but for the other candidates. On the question of disquall iloation, Judge DeWolfe hlohls that if the perethptory, writ should follow the alter-. native which would necessarily command the counting votes in his case he would be disqualified to try the rase. If, how ever, the perelnptoly writ in connection with papers now Issued can give relief to the relator without dilrecting that any lction be taken in his enas, then he would he qualified. 'endtling argument on that question an adjonlrnment Was taken till 1 o'clock. Ilur.E, Oct. 29.--4 p. m.--[Special to the TRtnmuN.]--The writ has been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 October 1889

HOWARD DEFIANT. HE HOLDS A VILLAGE AND WIlL NOT SURRENDIIEIR Unllh'w (1illl I'n , ,wder S.nll.eltl) l -Rll ,,, I1 I)i.lattt'll l y), I110,td so111d. ' IOtisivi , Oct.2tt. Wilont Ilinwd, thll otltiw, ts mtonallged to ilehtlle i will not hSrr.enldr un s. lite is t'ortled to Bl1own i p 1with] Gionof P,1ne'1r. II'Tr.E, Oct. 26.-Larry Schmitger was arrested yesterday on tlhe charge of being an accomplice in the blowing up of Oscar Storn berg with giant powder Thursday. tle in said to be the parmoron of Mrs.. Sternher' anod there eml's o he IbIt tha. lie- mul 11 an plt up the ih, Socrni rg 'til igers b Iwe life and deuth. cule of1; irinhg Mnic. M[INNER o ot~LI, et.. 25.- The Wester .clier nserts t gcrant. ish cbutrn lott lng lmllo n have rtn coid to a New York syndircate and at plart of the stock will tce soldt in EIl lnc t nel i e tr nsi'. r will he made nIxtiSreptemllher. lishbnlIurn ltd mils thjc cidlell ic t pending. ItI ispiorrted "'frncli I.iondncc thalt th dCeai for tile sale of th...

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

GREAT FAL:LS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 14,9 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1889, PRICE, FIVE CENTS THE GRAND LODGE. ELOQUENT ORATION BY CHARLES H. GOULD. che Maoons Reassemlble Today and Elect OMaerM--Mr. Anderson of Mlssoula Chosen Grand Master--Banquet and Ball tonight. Early in the forenoon, today the Ma sonic Grand Lodge assembled after some routine butsiess. The address was deliv ered by Chlrls HI. Gould, the Grand Oator. Appended is i -full report of this masterly address which was heard with the closest attention and elicited hearty applase: Most Worshipful Grand Masler, War oens and Brehe: Whatever may have een the s.eof our'ancient brethren, ertainit t inethe time when Ma onry wa ehsgitfrom an operative to awholly speculative institution, it has been' a custom--almost worthy of being railed a "landmark"-to appoint some brother topreeent an annual address to the members of~the Most Worshipful Grand gllg ,ot, some subject germane to the tinte...

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

'REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PeRLISED DAmLy AND IBEI-WEELY 'IIE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COIPANY. rINOORPORATED] 8UBSCRIPTION RATES. +ailL subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. syy EmxwEi1,I slneyear bymsil,;10.0 One y r, by mail,381.00 sxonths, 00 S0ix months 1.0 1+ne month + 1,ppThree mnths" 1.08 ne weoyk, ,ycarrier,5 Shingledpy . . A ll ity subscriber to Dallydelivered by carrier Advertising rates fnunished on application. Thy oyynlytiyn of thy Tyibane in ylythern Skytw i yyyysnteed to eyoeedthat of 5 O pa per pnbiiehed is the territ , q 0,Orlyabery deyiring thyyw address Ihalged most send their former address; this should by remembered. Tr eI POLIHBING CoMPAl, NO. 8525. IRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELP, . . Vice-President A E. DIOpERMAN, . . . Cashier P L. TRACYr, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: O. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. C...

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

THE GREAT CONTEST. THE DEMOCRATS CONTENDINC NO BLY FOR JUSTICE. The Democratlo Counsel Ask Judge De Wolfe to Decide Promptly-A Long Discuasion in PFgress. BuTTn, Oct. 80.-[Special to hde TinB uE.]--A motion has been made for the relator for judgment on the pleadings. If this motion is sustained it will no doubt determine this case favorably for the democrats. If.It is pot. sustained, then the next step in the case will be the hearing of evidence. The whole day will be consumed in the arguing of the motion. A Great Mill Deal. lItNweEAPOLIS, Oct. 29.-The recent re port that the O. C. Washburn mills had been sold, is followed today by the an nouncement of the sale of the Pillsbury mills, and also that the sale of the Wash burn mills is about to be consummated. For the first time in connection with these deals the price is given as regards the Pillsbury interests. It is that the option on the Pillsbury system of mills and elevators calls for $5,200,000. The purchaser is the English synd...

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

WELCOME TO TOWN! GREAT FALLS GIVES HEARTY GREETING TO THE GRAND LODGE. A Distinguished Party Arrives In a Spe- 1 ili Traiu-Busloess of the Mlasnic OGramnd Lndge in Progress. [From Wednesday'sDaily.] This is a memorable day for Great Falls. Today this young city enjoys the honor of a visit from the Grand Lodge of Masons. Her growth, hospiahty and beautiful surroundings have secured for Great Falls this honorable distinction. 'iThe special train, chartered by tihe Grand Lodge left Helena today at 7 a. m., and made such good time that it arrived here at 0:85, making the run of 908 miles, in 2 Iours and 35 minutes, which is the fastest time on record bring at the rate of a fraction less than 40 miles an hour. ''i'e locomostive was decorated splen didly with Masonic emblems and every olnt'er connectedl sithi th3 trail helonged to, the order. A warm spontaneous welcome awaited the visitors who were greeted by the Free and Accepted Masons of Cascade Lodge as well as by muanly personal frie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 November 1889

GREAT F'AILS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. /OLUME V, NUMBER 150 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS HE GREAT SMELTER CAPTAIN COUCH MADE A DIRECTOR OF THE BOSTON & MONTANA. ore Albout Grat Falls' Great Smelter Messrs. Bigelow and Parsons Will Soon Comes to Great Palls- Two Thousand Tons a Day. Bouye, Nov. 8.-The Boston & Mon tana Mining company had its annual meeting at the company's office on the 31st of October. No change was made with the exception that Mr. Larabie re tired from the board of directors, and Captain Thomas Couch, superintendent of the company was substituted as direc tor. It has at last been definitely settled, says the Inter Mountain, that the Boston & Montana smelter will go to Great Falls, and a location has been selected on the west side of the river, opposite and about three miles below the town. There they have abundant water power and it is un derstood that the company's experiments with the auid Coulee coal in a r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 November 1889

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISHED UALIA NI BRII-WIYYI.I "'HiE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMIPANY. IINORRBPPORIATRID SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 5: ^i l subscriptions Imut be paid isI nt.Iate (RoWxR, b.y m1t1, $I 0.W OnoA 51K, byteisR,. .W The CIWCRnE i .W I s mon ths 1.5 1 one monI t ,W Thd eI 53( I.Sy t Inewoek. ,I, carrier, E3 t, KcopyR..... I I1 ,to *ouhscriboru W Daily delivero e by earner Advertising rates tarnished on applcaton.in The circulation of the Tribune in nortbhern Ill·ntana is guaranteed to exeed that of Lly Pa. per publisherd in thle terrnturp -otternesrn desiring th~eir addree a ohnngtd neXXt send their ftKmer address; this .lld be remembered. kIhXKI In:'aIRn I' UILISHINGr COMPAr, 'that Fxlle. I··lltnne. NO. 8626. FIS'"11 NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $ ,ooo,oYo PIad Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: I' E,. COINS, ,...P resddet LrL G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E. DIwEIIRAN, . . .Cashier 1) L. TRACY, . . . ANssiURCshier DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MASINSIS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 November 1889

A HARROWING STORY [(OW DR. CRONIN WAS MURDEKED IN CHICAGO. A Circumstantial Story Told by a Win nipeg Convict-He Heard it From Martin Burke the Actual Murderer. WINrNPEG, Nov. 5-Assistant State's Attorney, Baker, of Chicago, had a long interview with ltob Heifer, and from him received a corroboration of many of the details connected with the butchery of Cronin, which Gillette recounted on Thursday. Burke, according to Gillette, took quite Sfancy to Heifer at first and was very communicative with him, telling him many details about the crime. He told Heifer that Coughlin was th'e main actor in the tragedy, and had engaged both him and Cooney to participate in the crime. Ie told Heifer that sandbags were used by two of the assassins, while the third wielded a common baseball bat. Burke was under the impression that Cronin was being decoyed to the cottage under thd pretext that he was going to attend a woman. MURDEREtS IN WAITINo. Four men were waiting in the cottage for him. They list...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 November 1889

TiE Slli'S OF UNCLE SAM, TWIN SISTERS TO THE YORKTOWN NEARLY READY TO LAUNCH. They Are the Conard and the Benning ton., and Bern Will Be Founld an Elab ,rate asd Interesting Descriptlon of Th5l Partll,elar Type of Cruiser. The Yorktown has proved herself so speedy, and to possess such fine weather ly qualities, that it Is very satisfactory to know that her twin sistes 'are so nearly like her in every important par ticular. The Bennington and Concord are partially protected cruisers, with three masts, carrying fore and aft sail only, atld they have the same dimensions and displacement of their elder sister. The contract for building them was ex ecuted on the 15th of November, two years ago, with Messrs. N. F, Palmer & Co., Chester, Pa., who were to have comploted them within eighteen months, the contract price, exclusive of arma ment, being $490,000 for each vessel. In this particular they differ from the Yorktown, the cost of which was some $85,000 less, and the time allowed for...

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

GREAT F'ALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 151 (fREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CEN'IS GREAT VICTORIES. IRHIOORLATIC TIDAL WAVE SWEEPS OVERa THE OOUNTRY. l ft New York, New Jerety. Ohio, Virginia p and Event Iowa Have All Gone at Demoe>atle by Large to majoreitles. HPLENAn N0y. 6.--3:41 p. m.--[Special ti tothe TRiBUis.[-New York has gone democratic. The Empire state gives the democratic ticket a majority of 2b),000. E The New York legislature is republi can by a largely reduced majority. A In Ohio, the democrats have elected $ the governor, defeating Foraker, (rep.) who sought to be elected for a third term. The Ohio democrats have also carried the legislature, thereby securing thei a choice of a United States senator. In Virginia the democratic majority is o 25,000. The legislature is democratic. Mahone is completely routed. In New Jersey the democrats have elected the governor and will control the legislature. e In Iowa the democr...

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

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE RUBLISBBE DAILCI ND SEjI-WEEIKL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CUMPANY. , I INooBPonATI r SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ,.bil eubeeriptione must be paid in advance. UAILY. nhH.WeERLe. lueyer, bylNal, $10.( OSe yeoar, by maill, 3.10 ýIr muuUte, ,5 L Si months J.M tne month 1.00 Thrue mons" 1.0u tnee weoek, .yorrier, b2 Single copy....... p SII city subtcribel to Laily delivered by anrrier Advertieing rates furnished on application. The circFlation of the Tribune In L, rt.hoern "I 'ntana is gnaranteed tro eeeed that of o.y pa per peblished in the terrttuoy oo eenoeree desiring their address chllauged must send their former addresse this shluhd b, iemembered. Address: olsou.t LPUBLISHIN( (:oipANl, ".,'Pt Falls, M".utana. NO. a626. FiRST NATIONAL BANE OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $I,ooo,ooo. Paid Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: 'I' E. COLLINS . . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E. DIKENRMAN, . . . Cashiel D L. TRACYv, . .. Ae't Cashie DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 November 1889

STATE OF MONTANA. MONTANA BECOMES THE FORTY FIRST STATE OF THE UNION. The Proclamation Was Signed by the President in the Forenoon Today- Text of the Iamportant Document. WASHINGTON, Nov. 8.-11 a. m.-Presi dent Harrison signed at 10:45 a. In. the proclamation admitting Montana as a state in the Americ; n Union. Appended is the text of the president's proclamation: oY THE PRESIDENT Oa THIE UNITEn) STATES. A PROCLOAMATION : Whereas, the congress of the United States did by an act, approved on the twenty-second day of Februr:ry, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine, provided that the inhabitants of the ter ritory of Montana might upon the condi tions perscribed in said act, become the state of Montana. Whereas, It was provided by said act, that the delegates elected as therein pro vided to the constitutiional convetion should assemble in convention, at the time perscribed in the act, at the capital of the said territory; and Whereas, It was provided by the said act that the deleg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 November 1889

OF TIlE. DARK CONTINENT, I.NGERS ENCOUNTERED BY WARD, STANLEY'S LIEUTENANT. A.~ Adlventu.omn BEnllehahn Sees the Ele IIII, Seveiral of 'rThl, in the Cgelo IIaln--A Iend Apparently Covered with rI:very Moral. Physlstl and o lal Evil. Adventlirous circles in New York city are now enjoying the society of terbert WanI. Ilte a lieutenant of Stafiley and oiiel t1he verly f4w setsei.tdrs of that anllll lurney up and;down the Congo, ho .hl comprised all the horrors of Arliall travel, Mr. Ward has made nw:ly journeys and had many adven tur"s, ill wild regions; especially India and Australia, but all their horrors and d:.lllls combined, he thinks, would be itt a primary school to the miseries of u;l tralAfrican travel. Elsewheredeath anl disease are cosmmon, it is true, but li1" iI still the normal condition; in Al rica existence is a continuing disease, dea:th is the natural termination of a jliiwy a!nd survivrl the exception. . .5 TONS OF IVORY. SOUl lFrom The New York Hersd.1 they IThlre a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 November 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 152 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS BMKIXER'S WEALTH. RIGH GPINIONS EXPRESSED OF THE MINING CAMP. Vast Stores of Mineral That WilU , on be Available for Smelting at OGret Palls-IntereUting Details. [Spealil Correspondence of the TarsntaEl OCaEnDEart , Nov. 9.-The camp of Clendenin, or as commonly called Bsrker Is, since the commencement of the Belt mountains railroad railroad receivibg more attention , from mining men and experts than perhaps any other camp in the Belt mountains country. Nelhart being the intended terminus of the rail road brings it into prominence ahead of all the other camps. But so far as min ing expertas smelter men and eastern cap. italist, who have visited the different camps, qgree that Clendenin is destined to a bright future. Heretofore the camp has bee ,held up and depended entire ly upontlie flusctuations of miners' faith and hope. ~oW its destiny l. assured. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 November 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE VVELISHHD DAILY A1) SNMT.WZEKLI 'RE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, fINOORPOEAYED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. .Neil subscriptions mast be paid in advane. DAILY. 1Y1-WDDRLY. dnaejN. b loai,10.00 OS year by.. ml. $B.W die Doahs, 6.00 Bz N.-Ohe 1600 1.0month 00 I.0 Sneawek. nyldrrier, 231111i0gl copy..... A it city subscribers t, Dolyydelieored by Carrie) Advertisig rate furnished on application.. Ohs culation of theribo ne in r.Tb rthoerl l~ntano is guaranteedlto eoeed that of .y pa. per published in the terltury DIIDDonber1 desiring their address changed morst send their formner address; this sholuld bep rem1embered. lTIuBDO P1L1BDINC COMPANY; hgý gFals, Molntana. NO. 0620. FIRST NATIONAL BANi OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: I' E. COLLINS, . . . resident L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E. DIousInMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . AwS't Cashies DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIl, PARIS GIDSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT...

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