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

My Entire 8toek. ! _FOR G-AMm. • • • • *n*<»Complete New Line of Boys Clothin^%tf%tf SHSIHIB M W 12.50 tt $101 ^Seig Now at 11.75 to |6.0fl.^ The largest stock of SHOES in town, all geiag at cost, some below. . H- E. Kennedy, One door'South of Gfaylord. li mm m 4r.f r Jt. Viltrtt, ESM Mr. Cdwminr &aila, 7/font. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. <w X JAS KENNEDY URTJOOIST COX.UMBIA VMHSL& r XtWrTAttfA. Dealers in dragse and meditrines, paints, oils and glass., ■ Stationary and fancy goods, cigars tobaccos and confections ^Always open. Try the Colombia Dairy lor milk and price and qaslity. • W. O. Hutchinson was a business visitor in Kali spell Monday. Mas. I>. A. Snyder is ill with rheumatism at her home in this place. Minnesota- Burbank’s seed potatoes for sale By Taft, Elsethagen & Co. • M». D. McBais a[ho baa been employed aa scaler at the OBrien mill, returned home last week. Miss Sidney M. Abbot, returned to her home aj Fo...

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

Jc The Population of the Earth is 1,400,000,000 One Miffion Die Annually of Catarrh AH over the world Peruna ii known and need for catarrhal diseases. The Perona Girl has traveled 'round the globe. Her face is familiar everywhere that civinsation reaches. Uavtn«»r Praised •From Africa to Greenland, from Manchuria to Patagonia, the face oi the Peruna girl is familiar and the praises of Peruna as a catarrh remedy are heard. Saccsathd is North sad Sooth Peruna crossed the Equator several, wor] , to ^ utmo8t one or the years ago to find in the Southern Hem- ^ [ abontoriea in the UniU)d Kutes. iiphere the same triumphant success . ■ ». u-j ... career in the Walter H Woodward, Bomadier Washington, D. C., as follows: “I can cheerfully recommend 'your Peruna as a very effective remedy for couhsg, colds and catarrhal trouble." that has marked its Korthem Hemisphere. Royal Australian Artillery, Hobart, ; AC ^ Minister Peruna i. a standard catarrh remedy , T ‘Tsuffer^ r, ior 8: M veral years w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 April 1905

< r' SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. > The Italian cabinet haa resigned. The Delaware legislature failed to elect a senator and a seat Is vacant * WlHIam Marconi and his bride have arrived In New York from Liverpool. Maurice Barrymore, the actor, died recently at a sanitarium at Amity vllle, L. L Booker T. Washington was In conference with the president at the White House recently. The district court at Sheridan, Wyo., refused the petition of Colonel William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) for a divorce. The plant and stock of the VirglnlaCarollna Chemical company at East Rome, Ga., was entirely destroyed by Are recently. Mrs. Elisabeth Cass Goddard, one of the most prominent women of Colorado, has been appointed a deputy sheriff of El Paso county by Sheriff Grimes. The wages of ne&rly 4000 miners In the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 April 1905

€ Columbian. Every Satdbday. r. 1AEBGER. Etflto r »nd Owner. There are seven tickets in the field tor the city election in liutte. nil supplied with candidates for the different ofiicOM. When It comes to an election of any kind, Butte is certainly there with the goods. 1879.'' RATES: non—$2.00 per year in advance Writo—display—$1. per square y. ; Locala 10 cents per line each Special rates by contract. Eeb. 2,1905, at Columbia Mont., as second class matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, Keep your dollars at homo, by patronising your home merchants and home enterprises. It will help von and your community. - “Let the women do the fishing.’' HALF MIL11 ACHES SATDBDAY. April 1, 1905. TO EE IHMCATEI. A FOOX. I.AW. In its denunciation of the new came ' law, tire Livingston Enterprise express- • ea itself in tbe following manner: The law was passed so that there will be enough money to pay a lot of lazy • and inefficient game wardens for doing nothing that benefits any one. It is likely t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 April 1905

nrst' ■ — H. f. Hennedf Has a complete line of . . . Mens’ Ladies’ Children and Boys’ Baby Moccasins. ^'Complete line cH Stetson and Patterson. • HATS. HATS. And other cheaper grader. A nice line of Caps. 'The largnei line-in t'>wn of ^Boys’ CLOIIG The Saellert ' and Ijk gent Line of Golf Shirts. i T. KOBIflSOfl & pan id kpij CoiBistiia \k flontana *Z)r. Si. TJillettj «im. Columbia Sails, 7/font. JAS KENNEDY} DRITOOIST COliOMBIA. 1'AIJ.S, MONTANA. Mk , Dealers in drngge ami medlicinea, paints, oils and glass.) ^Stationary and fancy goods,} }cigars tobaccos and confections^ f Always open. OR AN DM OTHER’S 4 Has (arpet -j By the side of the ^ y -Magnificent creations of today, is the difference in. the garb of a peasant and the King. Is evidence of a refilled homo, and you can find all such evi-•deiu-os you desire in a variety •of new and elegant -designs and ■colors at The Robinson Furniture Co TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. It snowed Wednesday and Thursday. Arthur Matt...

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

Thousands of People Have Kidney Trouble and Don't Know It is Catarrh. Suggestion For the C*ar. St. Petersburg.—A bold way out of the perplexities of the present tltuatlon has been suggested, namely, that Emperor Nicholas travel in state 'to the anoient capital of Moscow, summon the nobles and leading members of the zemstvo* around him In the sacred precincts of the Kremlin, frankly lay the situation before them, publicly pledge his word for the execution of the projected reforms and make a stirring personal appeal through them to the people to loyally rally to the support of the Russian arms and co-operate in prosecuting the war to a successful 'termination. Such a personal appeal from the sovereign undoubtedly would have a powerful effect throughout the country, awLfor the dynasty would have an advantage over the plan of peace or war to the zemsky sober, which some of the newspapers are again urging. Mr. David L. Jaycox, Chaplain Clarinda, I. O. G. T-, and Chaplain G. A. R., 865 Br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 April 1905

I VOL. II. NO. 39. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, APRIL 8, 1905. Slagta CaflM Uc. SW^rtptl*. Phc* UM ft Yew. *7 —V t r - / •/ p»f C ‘ V* V,»' AROUND THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLUBE. A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. A majority of the female population la leaving Harbin. JPualness at Harbin la paralyzed and a general lack of confidence la ahown. A severe rain and snow storm prevailed throughout Colorado Saturday. The ceal miners at Altoona will not strike, as the operators agree to renew the scale. Governor General Wright ahd the members of the Philippine commission have left Manila for Baguio, the summer capital. Secretary Morton has been forced to abandon his trip to the south and west with the presluent upon the urgent request of an ear specialist, whom he consulted. Dr. William R. Harper, president of the University of Chicago, greatly Improved in health b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 April 1905

V — e Columbian. PjtDi4SJi*D Evm Satchday. F. X.AJMIOBn.-ltd.ltor and Owner. MATES: ■OMCUrriON—12.00 per year in advance *»T»*nin«fc-diap>y—*1. per square monthly. LecalaUQ cent* per line each lotting. . SMcial.ratee by contract. 'Feb. 2.--1905, at -Columbia m’ont., a8--second class matter. Act of Congress of March 3rd, MM sssTSH 1K0.’ SATURDAY. April 8, 1903. WHITE FISH W3U. GROW, The Columbian, the organ of the junction.town, ja somewhat distressed over th* fact that-Whhe&sh is to be the ter-, minus of tbe north and south road. As much as Whitetish would like to see its neighbor develop into something more than a jnnetion town, still it is not in a position to hand over the business end ot the proposed new road. The railroad .company seems to insist that Whitefisli ‘.moat be'tbo commercial center of Flat baad coanty. indeed U'liiteflsb has so ' many natural advantages that it is hut natural that it should expand and gradually absorb hnsiness that for- years ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 April 1905

■ V II. f. Kennedf Has a complete ’ line of . , . Mens 1 Ladies* Children and Boys’ Baby Moceasins. A Complete line of Stetson and Patterson- . HATS. HATS. And other cheaper grades. A nice line .of Caps. The largest line in town of Mens’ and: Boys’ Jbe Swellest and Largest Line of Golf Shirts. Dr. "Uilleit, ttJSMT JEITISI Columbia Sails, 97/ont. JAS KENNEDYj rxRuoaisT COI.UMBIA KALLS. MONrAJTADealers in drugge and med-i icines, paints, oils and glass.£ Stationary and fancy goodcigars tobaccos and confections^ Always open. Is evidence of a refined home, and yon can find all such evidences yon desire in a variety of new and elegant designs and colors at Tlio- TtoMnson Furniture Co. .Vvnt. TOWN AND 'COUNTY NEWS. Attend the dance, Friday night, April 14, at Main’s hall. Try the Columbia Dairy for milk and price and quality. « C A. YanBrocklin wna a business visitor in Kidispell Tuesday. Minnesota Burbank’s seed potatoes for sale Dy Taft, Elselbagen & Co. • J. if. Stevens, of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 April 1905

« “”WKRp» iale Weakness Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh. Pe-ru-na Cures Catarrh Wherever Located. Mrs. Lizzie Redding S1S4 B Clifton Place, St. | Louie, Mo., writes: “I found after trying many different meifidnes to restore me to health, that Peruna was the only thing which could be depended upon. I began taking it when I was in a decline, induced by female weakness and overwrought nerves. "I began to feel stronger during the first week I took Peruna and my health improved daily until now I am in 1 perfect health and enjoy life as I never did before."— Lizzie Redding. Mrs. Mable Bradford, 13 Church street, Burlington, Vt., Secretary Whittier Oratorio Society, writes: “Peruna is certainly a wonderful medicine for the iBs of women. I have heard it spoken of in the highest praise by many, and certainly my experience is well worthy of a good word. "I began to have severe pains across my back about a year ago, brought on by a cold, end each subsequent month brought me pain and distress. "Your ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 April 1905

SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A R«vlew of Happening* In Both Eaatern and Weatern Hemlapherea During the Paat Week—National, Hlatorlcal, Political and Personal Event*. Ambassador and Mrs. White have left London for Rome. Admiral F. Grenet of the Italian navy, has arrived In San Francisco from the orient. The largest craft on the great lakes, the Elbert H. Gary, was launched recently at Chicago. The Japanese government has ordered 600.000 gun stocks from a manufacturer In Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Copenhagen.—King Christian Saturday celebrated his 87th birthday In excellent health and spirits. The revolt against the tyranny of the church administration Is attracting general attention at St. Petersburg. Mrs. Roosevelt and her four children. who have been cruising on the president's yacht down South, have returned to Washington. Three men are believed to have been drowned when the tug Greenville capsized In the Hudson river recently. Tnree others were saved. A telegram f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 April 1905

lumbian. Every Saturday. Editor mod Owner. XATXX: ion—$2.00 per year in. advance per- aqoare line each rate* br contract. ..Jfcth .2i'iM6 f at-Colombia ea-second-dais matter, of March 3rd, of- Congress SATOBDAY. April 15, 1905. A TBCK REVORMKR. T!he modern system of buying “Indulgences'’ la-more refined,' but, not less ppnitlonn inJUveffeot, than the system denouDoed by Martini.Lothery when he nailed his famous protest to the door of the Castle church in Wittenberg, Ootober Slat, 1517. Leo X., required large revenue to re buttd St. Petor’e chureh .in.Rome, and faliawtog a lono. established custom authoriard oealu of iadulgences to seenre Urn.-necessary money. His agent for tM*-purpose, In Saxony, was John Tetz&f, a Dominican priest. Tetxel may haye been over jealous in the performance of hie duties. He made it clear to those who deeired special privileges and irtirifcmities for the commission of all kindar of , crime, theN.be bad them for sale for .cafhl.or its equivslen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 April 1905

Han a cumplcblino o( . . . Mens’ Ladies’ Ohildfen and Boys’ 0V o Baby Moccasins. h oouiplete Hue of Stetson and Patterson. . ttA-TS. HATS. And other cbeapar grades. A nice line of t'aps. TUb largest line in town of Mens* and Boys’ The Swelleat and Largest Line ©f Golf Shirts. nmm jf. Tjftfott, EESIII 1ESIIST. Columbia J’alts, 7/?ont. JAS KENNEDY; DRUOOIST COLUMBIA irjkLLS, . . MONTANA. Dealers in dniggs and med-^ iolnes. paints, oils and gla-s.J Stationary and fancy good-<, < eigara tobaccos and confeations] 1 Alwaysnpen. Mi-h R'l'B Stimuli visited in Kali-pell \V. .ne o y. A K. Pui veymics spent Sunday at Lai.. M> Donald. •Trv tlm Columbia Dairy for milk and pntv and quality. * Yo . <\ inii in diHaiipoitiled it jou go to H. O “Little Ti iimp." L. 0. Hullerlli'ld »as a liuein<SS vinitor in Kali.pi.il TutMiiHy 11. A .Miller w. ui in Whilemh fuesday on .. shoi i buB-n s. visit. CiiHrli.. Gild-pn .H t - ded to finsiuu.s ui .t ur m ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 April 1905

KILLED PANIC IN A THEATER NEV RESERVOIR AT MADRID COLLAPSED. On* Hundred and Fifty Bodlee Already Recovered—Representative of the King Superintends the Rescue—City /I* In a Qloom and AII.BusInes* Suspended—Women Carry Black Flags. Four hundred persons were killed or injured Saturday by the collapse of a- new water reservoir in course of construction in Madrid. OfiS hundred bodies have already been recovered. • The prince of Asturias, the war minister, the governor of Madrid and a representative of the king have gone to the scene to superintend the work of rescue. Troops sent to the spot are engaged in helping the sufferers ahd recovering the bodies of the dead. The catastrophe caused a profound sensation throughout the city. All work was suspended and the people flocked to the scene. • 'As_ the day passed the indignation —*h<fexcitement Increased and serious disorders are feared, especially on the occasions of the funerals of the victjms, should the authorities undertake ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 April 1905

Columbian VOL. II. BO. 41. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. APRIL 22. 1905. Stafle Copies lie. SrtMtripttoi Pfta CJI ft Tw. SCOUTSHIPS CLASH ST. PETERSB08G NOT SUSniSEQ AT SMALL FIGHTS. Torpedo Boat Warfare la Not Expected Soon—Navy Newspaper Expresses Opinion that Admiral Togo Was Taken by Surprise at Rojestvensky's Appearance In China Sea. St. Petersburg, April 18.—While there Is no information from Vice Admiral Rojeatvonuky's squadron, the admiralty would not be surprised to learn of skirmishing between scoutshljps today or tomorrow, as the beginning of torpedo boat warfare soon Is not expected. The naval organ here expresses the opinion that Togo was taken completely by surprise when Rojestvensky suddenly appeared at the entrance of the China sea, and Is now concentrating his widely scattered fleet near the Pescadores, wher* it is believed a sea light will probably occur. Sights Vessels of Russian Fleet. The North German Lloyd steamship Prlnx Heinrich reports that she sighted 18 vessels...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 April 1905

nan. Every Satcbday. . Kdltor and Owner. JtATB6‘ •CBiCRipriON*—$2.00 per year in. advance apyertimnot—dinplay—$1. per aqaare mo&Udy. locals 10'CenU per line cacli UawtiAO.. Special r«tM bT conUact. Feb. 2; 1905, at Columbia ai'ont., aa second class matter, .A«t oi. Congress of March 3rd, iffnjt SATURDAY. April 22, 1905. ■TBINO OPENS AUSPICIOUSLY FOR MONTANA, ANK ESPECIALLY FOR. THE NORTHWESTERN. PART-. 'Pho Milwankce and North westorn are both bnilding westward. Dispatches f«om the east indicate thal the former will build .a competitive line through Mr. Hill’s territory to Soattln. This line will crossilontana, and will tap the freight centers. Its main line,.no doubt, will find., the shortest route consistent with mmimtim grades and curves. If it is impracticable to reach the present centers jif traflic by such a line, new terfTlory will bo openetl and new centers developed. The Milwaukee and other big eystems,centered in and about Chicago, for years past have been acqn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 April 1905

H. I Kennedy Hag a complete line ol , . . Mons’ Ladies’ ■"'•'ii Ohildron and Boys’ Babv Moccasins. A complete lino o( Stetson and Patterson- - . HA.TS. H^lTS. And other cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The largest line in town ol Mens 5 and Boys’ The Swollost and largest Line of Golf Shirts. ii mm %)r. *?{. Ui/lott, RESIM DEETIST. Columbia J’alls, TTJont. JAS KENNEDY] DRXJOOIST OOLTTMBIA VA.TAJS, MONTANA.. Dealers in druggs and med 1 -^ ieines, paints, oils and glass.5 Stationary and fancy goods.j eigais tobaccos and confections) Always open., GRANDMOTHER’S 4 hi (arpet 4 By the side of the ^ Magnifleent creations of today, js the difference in the garb of a peasant and the King. Is evidence of a refined home, and yon can find all such evidences yon desire in a variety of new and elegant designs and colors at The Robinson Furniture To. A<iU*£cM, •• Stout. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Notice O. M Jnnkint'add next week. Trv the CoIuiiiInh Dai-y for milk ami price and quality. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 April 1905

m * April SI.—Japan U oontemDlarJng war on Franco and _ i Great Britain for support. ThU action follows the aending of a formal protect to France against the nse of the Buss!an Baltic fleetof Earn' ranh bay as a rendesrous and the coupling therewith of a statement that if France refrained from acting, Japan will send a fleet of war vessels to attack the Russians in the shelter of the neutral port. A conference of elders was held last night, at which the entire situation was discussed. Immediately afterward the mikado was notified that the elders believed that the time had come when France should be forced to live up to her declarations of neutrality, and the note of protest was drafted and forwarded. It is felt here that the situation is ex tremely grave, and there is no doubt that if France does not act quickly the consequences will be far reaching. A dispatch from Sasobpo states that a Japanese squadron is getting in readiness there to sail for Kamranh bay and attack the Russians ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 April 1905

VOL, II. NO. 42 COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, APRIL 29, 1905. Siafic C«plM lie. Prka SUI »er Y«r. AROUND THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH NOTES FROM ALL POM'S OF THE GLOBE. A * Review of Happenings fn Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Part Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Hedwig Niemann Raabe, a noted actress, died recently at Berlin In an Institution for mental diseases. GoljLosWmated to amount to $1,400,000, and sent by President Castro of Venezuela, bas arrived In New York. St. Ann's copvent at St Genevieve, near Montreal, was destroyed by lire recently and 13 lives are, known to have been lost. The fight on Sunday closing In St. Louis promises to be one of the most Interesting struggles of the kind that has recently been seen. Ion Perdlcarls, .who was cap.urod by Ralsuli, the Moroccan bandit and held for a 'ransom near Tangier several months ago. Is now In New York. Colonel Henry E. Dosch, director of exhibits of the Lewis and Clark exposition. announc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 April 1905

r * « © Columbian. PnUMKD Etmy Satotdav. r KHltor am] Owner. XATXS: »b»«o«iptioh—$2.00 per year iaadvance *»vxBTiawo—dieplay—$1. per. square monthly. U>cals lO-centa per line each laaertion.. SpecialratM by contract. "-EkrUrod^b. 2.'1900, at-Columbia Mia, Mont., a« a«»nd class matter, at of. Ooagresg of March 3rd, SATORIXAY. ^pril 29,. 1905. The Apex Jaw is rapidldly losin« fav or among certain, lawyers and mining engineers. They have discovered that the legal right, given a prospector, to fslloar a vein he might acquire by right "of discovery or purchase, on its dip beyond the side lines of bis location, is erode, unscientific and misebievons. In abort that it is responsible for about all the litigation and the crimes incident thereto, that have made Bptte and eerne other big camps famous and ton often,,let it be said in sorrow, infamous centers of crime and debauchery. In apUe-Ottbe conclusions of these gen tie- men, many of the fairly well inlorned believe that cupidit...

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