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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1905

DANGERS fO BE AVOIDED IN FEBRUARY. Seven Weather. February ia a month of severe storms and intense cold. Even in the South where the prevailing temperature is much above wintry latitudes, February brings sudden changes of temperature. Mercury sometimea drops 20 degrees in a single night. Therefore, the following health hints are applicable to the whole of North America: Ventilation. The sleeping rooms should be well vcntliated, but ao as to avoid direct currents of air. BatMos. Those in vigorous health should take a cold water towel bath every morning before breakfast. Those in feeble health should take a brisk dry-towel-rub every morning. Diet. ' i The diet ubould be a generous one, including meat, and occasionally fresh vegetables. ' The nights being long and the days short, as much sunshine as possible should be let into the house during the day. Gothic*. The head should be kept cool at all times. The feet shonld be kept warm and dry, day and night. When unavoidably exposed to co...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1905

TOL. n. NO. 34 f» -i. 'r COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. FEBRUARY 25, 1805 AROUND THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POM* OF HEMISPHERE. A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eaetern and Weatern Hemisphere* During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Six men were killed and 14 injured at the Lytel colliery, near PottsTlIle, Pa., recently. The house of congress has passed the pensions appropriation bill carrying $138,250,700. Several attacks have been made on Governor White and Governor-elect J3awson of West Virginia. As the author of "Ben Hur” the late General Lew Wallace •was known In practically every country of the globe. At Crawfordsvllle, Ind., the funeral of General Lew Wallace last Saturday was private. In accordance with bis expressed wishes. Smelting at the new plant of the Sullivan Group Mining company, at Marysville, B. C.. should start with the first furnace about March 1. Word from Warsaw, Russian Poland, states that In that city hundr...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1905

Columbian. PoiugBED Evrav Saturday. V. 1.AKBOER, Editor and Owner. RATES! iuBiCRiiTio.v—$2.00 per year in advance per aqnaro per line each by contract. ■ '* Entered Feb. 2,1905, at Colnrabia .fall*, Mont., as second class matter, Under Act of Cotigreas of March 3rd, SATURDAY, February 25, 1905. DISTRUSTS THK PEOPLE. .. William Seal Ion, late Amalgnmatcd chief in Montana, ia out in a labored three column article, warning the people of Montana against themselves. Scalton poses as an oracle. He would save the people from self destruction. If Scallon was a prince of the blood, and bad been educated to believe in the Divine rights of Royalty, he could not manifest more real in oposing the en croachmenls of the people upon Crown pererogatives. He says the people arc too busy in their individual pursuits to enable them to study and comprehend what is good for them. This doctrine is the fonndation of the monarhical theory of government. It was discarded in American. Scallon and 'tHbse of hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1905

* •.* nuns. FROM 30 cents TO 11.00 MEISTS SIZES. it [ My’s One Dow South of Gaylord. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ' United State* Land OmrE. * , OUUWKLL, Mont., J»n. S3, IDOS. "NoUcoils herebr-given tli«t the fnllnwln*'n*nied TCIUcSlia* tll«l nailer o( III* Intenllon 'to.in«kaflnAl proof fn tuppoTI of hi* claim, ami rtbat-*aAVproor*vill be maae Iiefore the RoKl*!cr ■ aad ReeeiTcr'U. 8. Lam: Office at KaliipelU iionlana, on March 7, 1905, vii: EVERETT DOW. •Who made H. E. No. 1.M9, for Lot* 8 and 8. »celion 88, Lota 4, 8, and SK'4 NWJi. nection S5. towmhlpas north, range l» wc*t, M. M. He uamui the iolloajng nltnerua to prove tbl*continuous rc*ldence upon and cultivation ■of said Hand, Tix: James Boliek, Denis (Timeau, O. S. Hind* and Thomas Jofft r*on. all of neltou. Mont. Andrew <V. SWANKY, Register, tflrst publication Jan. 28,1905. -NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. tf.'jiiVEU Wtateh Land OmcE, KALIsfEi.u Mont., Jan. 30.190S. "Notice Is hereby given that the foll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1905

D CATARRH THIRTY YEARS Congressman Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na for. His Recovery. E&CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON, OP OHIO Hoiu.David Meekison, Napoleon, Ohio, ex-member of Fifty-fifth and Fiftylixth Congresses, writes: *i have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited thereby from My catarrh of the bead. I fed encouraged to believe that if I use it a short time longer I wil be futy able to eradicate the disease of thirty years’ standing.” Hon. David Meekison began his political career by ■ serving four consecutiva terms as Mayor of the town in which he lives. He was elected to the Fifty-fifth CongrMa by a very large majority, and is tile acknowledged leader of his party in his section of the state. Only one flaw marred the otherwise complete success of this rising statesman. Catarrh with its insidious approach And tenacious grasp, was his only un•onquered foe. For thirty years he waged unsuccess- ful warfare against this personal enemy. At last Peruna cpme to the ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 March 1905

VOL. II. NO. 35 « COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. MARCH 4, 1905. Sliflt C«ftes lie. SotocriydM Prte* S2JI per Y**r. AROUND THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF HEMISPHERL A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Admiral Slgsbee la at San Domingo on hla flagship Newark. Philip Clover, a well known artist, died recently in Pittsburg. Edward Cooper, former mayor of New York, died at his residence. On the eve of General Stoessel’a arrival in St. Petersburg, a section of the press attacked him bitterly. The German steamer Severus, bound for Vladlvostock with a cargo of Cardiff coal, was seized recently. Captain W. S. Winder, a confederate veteran, aged 71 years, shot and killed himself in his home at Baltimore. Edward F. Dunne, Judge of the circuit court, was unanimously nominated by the democratic, city convention as candidate for mayor of Chicago. A man who gives his name...

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

t © Colmxibian. Pubushkd Every Saturday. F. I..VKI'<irK, Kill tor and Owner. RATRS: • BliCRirTios—12.00 per year in advance per square per li Special rates by contract. i “Entered Feb. 2.1905, at Columbia Fall*, Mont., aa second class matter, Under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879.” iDVBBTiMNG—display—*1. . Locals 10 cents per line each SATURDAY. March 4, 1905. tVlKKI.KSS. John D. to Nicholas:—Accept our ' sympathy, but, don’t forget that we are having troubles of our own. Our subjects are in a state of rebellion. Bloody Kansas is on the war path. Turbulent Texas, by a decision of the supreme court of the United States, has put us out of business in that state. Many other states are in revolt, and the Bough Rider-President (we wish you had him) is leading the lorces against us. Our generals are demoralized, some are hunting their holes, while others like Lawson, have gone over to the enemy, bag and baggage, with secret information, which has already caused us incalculab...

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

It fet. : 31y Entire Stack FOR CASH. . It Cost • • • • • ^•diComplete New Line of Boys Clothing***ie RAMS I PRICE PROM S15S to 5101 Siog Now i SUd to JfS.OO.^ The largest otock of SHOES in town, all going at cost, some below. H. E. Kennedy, One door South *ef Gaylord. « TOWN AND ■COUNTY NEWS. Slellcw, •ffynoij. The robins are here. The meadow larksare here. Fishing is fine these days, but bites *r« tew. Try tlie Columbia Dairy for milk and j>rice and quslity. * Have you tried the Columbia Dairy .for milk and cream ? John Mengon, the dairy man, was a business-visitor at^Whilefish Thursday. Several fish catchers have been reported this week, but no large stories are .afloat yet. Martin Conlon-and A. E. Purveyance ■came up from Wbilefish Sunday and spent the day. Mr. and Mre. Ed. Baker, of Whitefish, were visitors here -last Saturday and •Sunday, with friends and relatives. A number of new ads appear in this •issne of The Columbian. Read them. ^Ibey will-interest and benefit...

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

v* e RUSSIAN EMPIRE STUKES ARE INCREASING BY AID OF POLITICAL PUNS. Look for a Peaaant Outbreak In the Spring When Workmen Will Join In Monitor Movement Agalnit the Government—Policemen Are Kept From Going on Strike by Soldier Guard.. St. Petersburg, March 1.—Evidence is Increasing that uie strikes throughout the empire, and especially those in St Petersburg, are not economic in their origin, but inspired by a definite political plan. The government and employers are embarrassed by the tactics of the workmen, whose discontent Is being fed and who are increasing their demands with each new concession. This condition is believed to have been fomented by crafty political agitators, who are stirring up the men, and at the same time holding them in leash, apparently awaiting some signal for concerted action. Fear is entertained that this widespread agitation may be connected with a plan to await a possible peasant outbreak in the spring, with which a general strike will be synchronized, ...

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

VOL,. II. NO. 36. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MARCH 11, 1906. Slagle Ccfta lie. Setacrtptloa Price S2J« per Year. MONTANA COLLISION MONTANA 8QUIB8. The Ninth eesalon of the legislative assembly has passed Into history. AROUND THE WORLD ELEVEN BILLIONS IN 14 YEARS. Total Value Of American Farm Prod- A temflo cannonading la in 'pregiea, and the streets of Mok den ramble as with 16,000 drama. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAINS COME TOGETHER ON A CURVE. Two Men Are Dead and Several Badly Injured—Engineer on Freight Read His Orders Wrong—Both Engines Left Track—Occurred Near Bearmouth. Missoula, Mont.. March 8.—Two men are dead and six people injured as the result of a collision of a freight and the "westbound Twin Cities express on the Northern Pacific at Bearmouth, Sunday afternoon, at 2:30. The express was 30 minutes behind time, and the freight had orders to wait at Bearmouth siding. Mearmouth is 76 miles west of Helena, and has an unenviable reputation as the scene of holdups and murders on ...

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

Entertained Old Soldiers. Thriftiest and quite notable event, was thatof the free entert.lmnont, giveh at KoMe . h the Solt'ict’s Home last Enday evening.4 uamud velller h, - imiiee .it his intontlon NOTICE FOR rUBUCATION. Uniikii .stats* i.ASD Officb. BANK of Columbia Falls The sflair «a, inaugu.ate.l .ml ceegfully carried through, by \V. J. Hull ! Heceiver i;. s r,u,.Uinee, at Kb1Is(s31, Mont., HtMckintbi*—$2.00 per year in advance aprwmftiKO—display—*1. per square monthly. Locals 10 cents per line each IftSAitfon.. Spatial rates by contract. ‘‘Hhterad' Bob.. 3( 1805, at- Columbin Ball*,. Moqt.,. as. second clHss mstter, ht*dtu% Apt of Oongress of March 3rd, . , • .1°“ Warvh 16. IW-.. vli: .who is a good inefin of ihe old vets., and ; UKOROE \v. KIN**;. to wlioni Credit is duo for the success of! who made It, K. No. l'.«H (or the 8\VJi NE>4,and the venture. Captain Howell, the com- i '“""W “ “ or,h ’ qninderof the Home, kindly consented •, He nsnu-s the following wltneN...

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

’ . r'W'W'F 5 -i It W. My Entire Stock. It Cost. I A pli'npiinl imrlv "ns th<‘ rvcult of u vnilicrim; of n ntmilwr of frreiulH Oil ] Tfiur.iliiy i'vi-nini; ill llic honie of Mr. mnl Mis. ili«- Imliolt. Canls and re- fi vsltiurnls. FOR CWSHL «4t^Complete New Line of Boys Clothingsc* nil m pm pm u to sioj. tw at l\Td- to m. it The largest stock of SHOES in town, all going at cost, some below. r^r% HL E. Kennedy, One door South of Gaylord. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Read tli» new ads. # Lmit began Wednesday. Trv the Columbia Dairy for milk and price and quality. * G. Eider, of Whib-ftsh, was a busmess Tisiior in town Monday. Dr Jt T. Holiinson waa n business visitor in Kaliepcll, Wednesday. Miss Rose Selman, was n visitor with fiteiuls in K.ali-j>dl, Wednwiay. Fisnk tiaduu of Kalnqiell. was a visitor among friend* here last- Monday. Attorney K. L. Olliver, was in from Wliilellali Titeailay, on legal Imsinesf. Charley T. Young 1ms been n|ipointed deputy in the eouniy Ir...

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

REAR END COLLISION TWO SPECIAL TRAINS ON THE PENNSYLVANIA LINE. List of Dead Cauied by the Accident Is Seven—More Than 40 Are Injured— Cleveland Excursionists Bound for Inaugural Ceremonies at Washington—Account of the Accident. Pittsburg, Pa., March B.—After the most searching investigation It is now practically certain that the list of dead caused by the collision between the two special trains from Cleveland on the Pennsylvania railroad at Clifton station will not exceed seven. Some of the soldiers say a number of their comrades are still under the wreck, but all seem to have been accounted for. The Dead. The following is a revised list of the dead: Lieutenant Donaldson C. Schofleld ot, Company D, a Cleveland architect. Captain William R. Henry, battalion surgeon and a prominent Cleveland physician. Corporal James Kehoe. Company C, Cleveland. Private H. R. Held, Company C. Frank Pinney, aged 10; son of Lieutenant O. C. Pinney of Company C. Mr. Dodge, Pullman conductor, Chi- cago....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 March 1905

The. Columbi an. Supplement. A_cre Tracts v f or Sale Thl HOKE ADDITION ^* e8 ^ >elween Montana Soldier’s Home and the town f f 1 U V 11 ^ >6 Cl,t shows its aituation with reference to the TO COIQDDU fllil Soldier’s Home, to the Sooth and the town to the North and Ksst. The Sommers and Kalispell branch of the Great Northern Railroad bounds it on the West. The land is identical in character with that of the H'une, which it joins, and no better farm or garden land can be found in Flathead Valley. The cut also presents to the eye the difference in siae between an acre of land and an ordinary town lot. Each lot in this Addition fronts on two streets. The natural beauties and advantages of the townsite of Columbia Falls must Whitefish Jotting*. COLUMBIA FALLS MONT IFLJCI3I wmi BlISfl S Uimnn' 1K d The F. O. E. hall, formerly the Main Merc. Co. store, is nearly complut«d, a 26*foot addition having been built on to the rear end of the building for stage purposes with ...

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

SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF HEMISPHERL A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eaetern and Weatern Hemltpheree During the Paat Week—National, Hlatorlcal, Political and Peraonal Eventa Tereely Told. Advices to St. Petersburg from Samara say that anarchy Is reigning there. Secretary Hay and the minister from Uruguay have signed an extradition treaty between the two countries. The battle on the right flank and around Mukden appears to be the greatest of the war. except Port Ar thur. W. J. Clark of Independence, Kan., was found dead in bed at his rooms in San Francisco. Qas was issuing from twti burners. Oeorge W. Wakefleld, Judge of the district court and ex-president of the Iowa Bute .Bar association, is dead, aged '66 years. Robbers entered the Bank of Renfrew, Tlklahoma, recently, at an early hour, blew open the safe and escaped with 12700 In cash. All the diamond setters and polish era in one of the trade centers In New York are on strike for a 10- per cent Increase and shorter...

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

Columbian. Evkby Saturday. KATKSt ,00 per yenr in lUh nncu rr=ss ditnlnr—per «iiwre ly. EocjiIs .10 centa per line each —Soeniftl rates by, contract. Brf>. 2; 1»S, at Columbia as second class iiiHtter, Congress of March 3rd, .SATURDAY. March IS, 1905. Flatbead ia the nearest supply base fpr timber of all binds, to the extensive region that will be opened for. ecttlerpentby tbe irrigation system inaugurated |by the goverutnent in north wool ern Montana. Outsiders have takien note of Hiia fact, and are making their plans to share in the profits of the business. Their ad ■rent into the valley will be welcomed by everylKxbvand especially by those who have had the foresight to in\Vst in timber. The timber is so well distrilruted .that no one locality can enjpy a monopoly, .so that all sections.ei the county will be benefited by the increases] demand. If Columbia Falls does not secure its.full .share of this important industry. the fault, will be with its ewn people. The billio...

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

My Entire Stock FOR C'A^SH. . It M. ^Complete New Line of Boys Clothinffvie^ W n PEICE PEDM n to E10.EE. KSiiijf Now at l\Td to J6.00.>5 The largest stock of SHOES in town, all going at cost, some below. H. E. Kennedy, Oue door South of Gaylord. • TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Suokert are biting. Johny get year fish unlo. The Columbian has blank netea for tale. Trv the Colombia Dairy for milk and frier and quality. • Minnesota Burbank’s seed potatoes for -sale by Taft, Ehethagen & Co. * Born—A »on. tatbe wifcof Rev. Khoaf, m (his place, en Saturday. March kl. I9B5. E. M. Hutchinson came oyer from Whiiefith Saturday and spent the day W.th friends. A. N. Smith returned home Snnday morning from a business visit of two wesksin &t. Paul. R Jeremiah, the Tribune hustler, of Oseat Falls, was in town Thursday in tke interest of tkat paper. Herm. Selvage waa a Co Ism bin Falls visitor in Kaiiepell Wednesday, a wit n/es before the land office. Hugh Garrett, came ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 March 1905

SCHUSTLER OF DENVER SHOOTS HIS NEIGHBORS. H* Armed Hlmeelf With a Rifle and Shot at Every One That Came In Hla- Way—Neighborly Quarrel—Barricaded Hlmeelf In Hie Houee and WMn Found He Wae Dying. Denver, Col.. March 13.—Mad with rage because of his defeat In a law suit in which the man he pronounced as his bitterest enemy had been victorious, and swearing vengeance against himself and hlrf" entire family, George Schlstler. a teamster, armed himself wlrh a rifle Sunday, and when the smoke of battle had cleared away three persons were dead, one missing and three others lay wounded, two at least dangerously. The deaa: K. Fill, Mrs. K. Fill. George Schlstler. The missing—A child of the Fills. Wounded—Dr. Frank Dulin, police surgeon; Captain William Bohanna, acting chief of police; Mike Kelly. The wife of George Schlstler is prostrated over the affair, and may die from the shock. Murder of the Fills. Schlstler had brooded over his troubles with the Fill family, who yere Immediate neighbor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 March 1905

VOIi. II. NO. 38. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MARCH 25. 1905. Slntte Copin He. Sobseription Price $2.5? per Yeer. AROUND THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF HEMISPHERE. Both i Review of Happenlnge In Eaetern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Hiatorleal, Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Many earthquakes have occurred In Italy recently. Qrover Cleveland celebrated bis 68th birthday on Saturday. The wife of Congressman B. P. Marsh of Illinois, Is dead. Major Alexander O.- Brodle was ordered to proceed to Manila. 1 The president has nominated as minister to Corea Edwin V. Morgan of New York. Ex-Governor Cyrus G. Luce, of Michigan, died recently, of goiter. He was 80 years old. Formal ratification of the treaty of peace between Chile and Bolivia has been exchanged. An appropriation of $26,000 for a Minnesota exhibit at the Lewis and Clark fair has been made. It Is reported that profits of $100,000 a month are being made by the Granby mines, nea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 March 1905

• ». - - ■ * :,2*? i© Columbian.. i Evmv Bati'rd.w. . F, LABIKIKB, ^<U(or Md Ow*.». MAXMMi t.» pw y«»r in.#d«ncB plftv—*1. por sqnaie monthWt Local* 10«enta per line eaoli * .. Special-rate* by-contract. •PBb: 2ri90*;a4-Colnmbla mil, Mont., as second cl»i8 matter, Bnder Aet ol- Ooagress ol Mareh 3rd, HW" SATCBBAY, March-20, 1906,t XXW- OAl Coder the new game law, piased by the last legislature, ewery male person* whb i» more tbao 10 years of *ige must take oat a licenee to hunt or fish. Ik will cost $1 and b* good- for the earrent year only,, no- matter when taken out : that is, it wllLexplm on the last day of Becember. The dollar license applies to b6na fide resideate of the state. Non rhidents most pay »10 to hunt small feathered game, and Aril. Licenses are to be issued by Hie state game and fish warden e» oae of hia deputies or by the jpstice ef the peace. They are to contaima complete description of tM persons UblrigHhem out, the age, business, resideaee and poetoffi...

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