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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 April 1905

j < H. f. Kenndf Hap a complete line of . . . Mens' Ladies’ Children and Boys’ Babv Moccasins. A eonfplete line of Stetson and Patterson- • BLA.TS. H[_A_TS. And oilier cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The largest lino in town of Mens’ and Boys’ The Swellest and Inrgost Line of Golf Shirts. A T. ROBWSOfJ & Coluii'a falls Mm 0/*« Jf. 'Ueliett, EESIlUT BISTISI. Columbia J’alls, 77/ont. JAS KENNEDYijKUOCrIST COLUMBIA 1-AT.I J5, MONXAN’ADealers in druggs and med-/ Rnines, paints, oils and ghn-s.: VSlalkmary and fanny goods cigars tobaccos and confections) (Always open. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Steve Zorzi went to Wlntelisli ^Friday on business. Try the Columbia Dairy for mill: and price and quality. * See the now HtocV of flies and leaders ] at Huti'hiuron Urns. Get your llshmg taekel at Hutchinson liros. a new lino. Mi«» Ina Street and Miss Barrett were Visitors »t Kuli-p II Sunday. Jake Batt left Friday morning for his raiieli iienr Tried, to spend the week. Aim...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 April 1905

Sen or Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States. Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States, is an orator born. In an article in The Outlook for July, 1899, by George Kennan, who heard Quesada speak at the Esteban Theatre, Matanzas, Cuba, he said: “I have seen many audiences under the spell of eloquent speech and in the grip of strong emotional exilement, but I have rarely witnessed such a scene as at the close of Quesada’* eulogy upon the dead patriot, Marti.” In a letter to The Peruna Medicine company, written from Washington, D. C., Senor Quesada says: “Peruna I can recommend as a very good medicine. It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh/’—Gonzalo De Quesada. Congressman J. H. Bankhead, of Alabama, one of the most influential members of the Houes ot Representatives, in a letter writteij from Washington, D. C., gives his endorsement to the great catarrh remedy, Peruna, in the following w...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 May 1905

L,-LiSlUC Colwtnlrian VOL. II. NO. 43. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MAY 6. 1905. Coddle. Snfc«criftl®a Priw 04# per Y«« CAPTAIN THE PAST WEEK OF THE WAR. SHOOTS LIEUTENANT POINT AND THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. Both, Were Officers of Twenty-ninth Infantry, Stationed a Fort Douglas— Ralbourn Had Been Drinking Heavily and Was Arrested—Point Was Shot Twice In the Legs. Salt Lake, May 1.—Captain W. A. Ralbourn, Twenty-ninth Infantry, U. S. A., committed suicide at Fort Douglas early Suuday after making a murderous assault Oh Lieutenant William H. Point, alsa of the Twenty-ninth Infantry. Point was shot twice by his superior officer, one bullet penetrating his left thigh and another Inflicting a deep flesh wound in his right leg. After Lieutenant Point had fallen. Captain Ralbourn turned his revolver upon himself, sending a bullet Into his head about three Inches behind bis tight ear. . He dleA almost nlstantly. Captain Ralbourn had been drinking heavily and the tragedy was an outgrowth of his arre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 May 1905

Columbian. , Published Evenr Saturday. A South Hoad. H. F. X.AECOER, Editor anil Owner. NOTICE FOK PCBUCATION. Csitkh States Lasd Office, vjOTICE IS‘'llKRK11Y 1 "<iIVKNMT^'thk 1M followlng ilATUcd senior hfls OKsl notice 01 BA TBS: ■UBiCRimoH—12.00 per year in advance Advertising—display $1. per aqunre 10 cents per line each Locals Special rates by contract. SSS&. "Entered Feb. 2. 1903, at Columbia Falls, Mont., as second class matter, under Act ol Congress of March 3rd, 1879.'' SATURDAY. May (i, 1903. The St. Paul Globe bos suspended. The Globe that for many years has been recognized as the personal organ of .1. J. Hill. It was not a financial success, and as a moulder of sentiment, favorable to Mr. Hill, in bis own state was a conspicuous failure. It is said that some of the personal organs published in Montana, are Bnancial failures. Why do individuals and industrial corporations own and run news pn|iera' at a loss? The uflUTwho can and docs ans war this qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 May 1905

Hr* r cnmplete line of Mens' JLiHdies’ Children 4*11 d Boys' Baby Moccasins. A eouipli lv line t>f Stetson and Patterson H-A/lK m^vts. Ainl'0>ber clifRpHr grailea. A nice line of €aj». Tbelariteei linenn town df Mens’ ■and Boys’ —' 'The Swelled and Largest Line ■of’ €olf Shirts. tDr. Jf. j{. XTiUett, fflm must. Columbia J’alls, T/foni. 1FTRE - - FIBJE INSUFLAJ^CE •Pacifir Fire underwrilereembracing. Fireman" Fond Insurance Uo. H me Fire and Marine Insurance CoMichigan'Fire and Marine Insurance •Co Also Mutual Benefit life Insurance Co •of Newark New Jersey. J n BOUCHER, Ueddent Agent J. K. MILLER ATTOR N E V-AT-LA W. NOTARY •PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Fails - Montana Ar'hur Mattice made a iiiuaHant trip t<> Kalisp. II Tuesday inorning. Dr. J. A. Tillctt and A. E. Purveyance spent Sunday at Lake Me Donald, boating end fisl.ing. There has been a .perceptible lull in the local rubber indus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 May 1905

“I advise all Athletes who are about to go in training to try a bottle of Pe-ru-na.” -I. W. Gknister. ^oiiu lilenister, Cnumpion Swimmer and Only Athlete to SucecBsiuiIy Swim Through the Michigan Whirlpool Rapids. PE-RU-NA Renm'ales, Regulates. Restores a System Depleted by Catarrh. John W. Glenister, of Providence, R. I., champion long distance swimmer of America, has performed notable feats in this country and England. He has hsed Peruna a’s a tonic and gives his opinion of it in the following letter:. New York. The Peruna Medicine Company, Coiambus, Ohio: Gentlemen—“This spring for the first time I have taken two bottles of Peruna, and, as it has done me a great deal of good, I feel as if I ought to say a good word for its worth. “During the springtime for the last few years, I have taken several kinds of spring tonics, and have never received any benefit whatever. This year, through the advice of a friend, I have j tried Peruna and ft has given satisfaction. “I advise all athlet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 May 1905

* ROJJESTVENSKY’S FLEET SIGHTED IN THE CHINA SEA. The Large Fleet of War Ship* Apparently Were Coaling—Were In Two Divisions—Showing Lights, but Stationary—Are Tying Off the Montanao Island. London, May, 9.—A dispatch to the Dally Mail dated Labuan. British Borneo, May 7, says: The steamer Chlengmal reports that Friday nlgnt she passed a fleet of warships and other vessels off the Mantanao island, northwest of Borneo, in the China sea. The warships apparently were coaling. A dispatch from Labuah to Renter's Telegram company reports that the fleet was a large one in two divisions, showing lights but 'stationary and with the appearance of being engaged in coaling. PAT CROWE IN OMAHA. Shows Himself In One of the News- . paper Offices. Omaha, Neb.—-Pat Crowe, the alleged kidnaper of Eddie Cudahy, son of the millionaire jiacker of Omaha, and for whose arrest rewards aggregating $60,000 have at different times been offered, walked Into the offlce of the World-Herald at 1 o'clock in the mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 May 1905

HATKSl ■OBSOMi-TiON—$2.00 per year in advance ibino—display—$1. per aqunre . monthly. Locals' 10 cents per line each Uaeitipn. Special rates by contract. “Jjhjtered Feb. 2. 1905, at Columbia Falls, Mont., na second class matter, under Act ol Congress of March 3rd, 1879.” ‘jH SATURDAY. May 13, 1906. POBXST KIKES A deetructiye fire was raging in the Woods north of town last week. On Sunday last tho wind fanned it into a fury and considerable damage was done. May is an npusuat month for fires, bur people shond bear in mind that conditlons in Flathead valley are not normal this year. Parlies clearing land have a right to burn brush, but they have no right to endanger other people's property than if they were burning rubbish heaps in town. The careless handling of flrWfs a legal crime in Montana. If the person who, by carelessness destroys his neighbors property, does not realire that he has committed a normal crime, he is too ignorant or vicious to be at large. Public interest requires ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 May 1905

*Hm a complete line of . ... Meigs’ Jjadies’ 'Ohil/i.ren •and Boys' Baby Meocasms. A complete line of : Stotson and 'Patterson- - HATS. HATS. And-O'ber cheaper gredne. A nice line of t'a|»s. The largi-at line in town of Mens’ id Bovs’ a.n< The -Swelleat end T-argoet Hine of Golf Sliirts. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. $>r. f. JT. Vtlhtft, U IMS!. Oitlumbia- tfalls, J/foni. ♦O P A N D M OTHER’S -ft Riftiiiifl^ By the eido of the ** •'Magnificent creations of today, is the difference In the gArb 61 % peasant ‘and the King. Is evidence of a refined home, and yon can find all each evi•dmce» you desire in « variety 'AhnfW and elegant 1 designs and 'colors at The Robinson Foraitare Co. Kallflt, ' : Mont. School Notes. •Look O'dt Ittr a 'school entertainment the last week of school. ■Fourteen took the eighth grade examanation Thuredav and 'Friday of this 'week. We-had hoped to l« able to get returns from the examination before acliool closen hut it is donbtful ns Supt. Hteere ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 May 1905

Does Your • ^ Heart Beat 'JAP ARIHy ADVANCES Yes. 10d,000 times each day. Does It send out good blood or bad blood ? You know, for food blood is good health; bad blood, bad health. And .you know precisely what to 4ake.for bad blood —Ayer’s 'Sarsaparilla. Doctors have endorsed It for 60 years. •fraonent cmho of bad blood U a ilnjrelih wlUi Ajai'a R1U, Urtr pUU. AU TCgotablo. 9 HAIR VIGOR. 1I0TQ AGUE CURE. LSCel O CHERRY PECTORAL. LONG EXPECTED MOVEMENT HAS GOTJNDER WAY. Column* Pushing forward Under Cover of Cavalry and Chinese Bandits—Russian Forces Retired — Field Marshal Oyama Now Has 390,000 Men. A' Engineer Burned to Death. Houston, Tex.. May 9.—A Galveston, Houston-Jk-Northern passenger train coming from Galveston, left the track at a curve near Harrisburg ' shortly before midnight, the engine turning upside down and taking all the coaches otf. Engineer Frank Cox was burned to death under his engine; Fireman Dannebn Is missing. The coaches were wrecked and caught fire, the trai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 May 1905

’■SS’SSSJ — VOL.n. NO. 46. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MAY 27, 1905. Single C«pi« lie. S^tefrlyU- Prka CLM ptr Tw. IS NORTH OF LUZON ROJESTVETSKY’S COALING FLEET IS SIGHTED THERE. [live stock in what they designate as the "smoke zone," and that their lands in consequence of the chemicals and other deposits trom the smelter, are deteriorating in value. PAST WEEK OF THE WAR. the Vessels Supposed to Be Carry' Consists of 27 Colliers and Three of Ing Ammunition—Will Probably Coal In American Waters—Russian Admiral Will Continue to Southeast. A dispatch from the Paris correspondent of the London Times says: "X hear fronTa well informed Russian source that the rendezvous of Admiral Rojestvensky's coaling fleet is an island in Ballntang channel, probably Babuyan Claro. This Island is north of Luzon. • A Russian coaling fleet, consisting of 27 colliers and three other vessels, supposed to be carrying ammunition, with sailing orders from Hamburg, received Instructions at Singapore that the isla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 May 1905

The Columbian. PF*U»HK).E.T*ST.SaII.-seat. From the Note Book. A drive of five Milieu Imhifi Fulls w , ||l lunil from Co'-j Br F. Z.AXCOBB, Kd«or and Owner.. SATE*.- •DMcinrTio}(T-|2.00 per year imadvanco V«bti eiMO—diap]a; I r*teai>5 per. aqi’.ara per llna.eac>i y^ontract. ‘ Eptared Feb. 2,190iy at Columbia Fallfc Mont., as second class matter, tinder .Mt oJ. Co nates* of March 3rd, 1879.1’- 6ATDBDAY. May 27,- 1903. tyiix js it sot > ; According to.the Great Falls Tribune, something in the nature of an organized effort is being ui*de in. northern Monlr ana.toinduce the. Milwaukee to. build its proposed., extontion to,, the. coast throngb that section ofsthe state.. The Great’Falla-Ghawbsr. of Commeree, it gays, co-operating wiilt similar bodies in Kalispcli and Aewist on, is preparing da Mr- for the Hon. W. G. ^Conrad to carry to the Milwaukee ofllr .cials to show them the traffic their road might expect from this section. This appears to be reasona...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 May 1905

Una a complete line of . . . Mens’ I^adies’ mm Babv Moccasins. A. complete line of Stetson and Patterson- • BLASTS. And o'her cbeafep grades. A ftice line of Caps. The largest line in town of Mon*’ aiid JB *oys' Tbe Swelleat and Largest Line of Golf Shirts. 0r. TJ/llett, MIT JSJTIST. Columbia J^allsy Ttfont. ORA N OM O THER’S ■f hi Carpet 4 By the aide of the . * Magnificent creations of today, is tbe difference in the garb of a peasant and the King. Is evidence of a refined home, and yon can find all such evi- . denrea you deeiro in a variety of new and elegant designs and colors at Tbe Robinson Furniture Co. KaUtptll, : Mont. 11 SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. Bead the reply from the Department of the Interior at Washington I>. 0., to the iuquify made in regard to the rightful holding of a homestead urd-lhe privilege of voting at the invoi poration election. The article appears in another column of thia issue. Don’t be a knocker! Vote lor lucorporatiau. Incorporation will advance ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 May 1905

MIJJ. MILDRED KELLER RBTORED'TO-HEALTH THANKS TO PE-RU-NA Friends Were AlarmedAdvised Change of Climate Miss Mildred Keller, 71813th street, N. W., Washington; D. C., w'rites: “I can safely recommoryl Pcruna for catarrh. I had it for years and it wonld respond to no kind of treatment, or if it did it was only temporary, and on the slightest provocation the trouble wonld <*me back. y “I was in such a stale that my friends were alarmed about me, and I was advised to leave this dimate. Then I tried Pcruna, and to my great joy found it helped me from the first dose f took, and a few bottles cured me. “It built up my constitution, I regained my appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly well and strong.”—Mildred Keller. We have on file many thousand testimonials like the above. We can give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr. Hartman is receiving. 1905 LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION Tor First Clan Hotel and Room Aceommodatlona...

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

VOL. II. NO. 47. AROUND THE WORLD TELEGRAPH SHORT NOTES FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eaetem and Weetem Hemiapherea During the Paat Week—National, Hletorlcal, Political and Personal Eventa. The First National bank of Barberton, Ohio, has failed. Public opinion In Philadelphia has won. The "gas'steal”# la apparently dead. W. xTRlIne, a resident of Spokane, committed suicide in Watervllle recently. Captain B. F. Reynolds, chief engineer of the Omaha water works, is dead at his home in Florence, aged 81 years. Lawton, Okla.—Geronlmo, the aged Apache chief, rode his sorrel horse Geronlmo in a race at the fair grounds and won a $160 pftrse. Lodz.—A procession of Jews carrying flags came Into conflict with Cossacks, who fired, killing three persons and wounding several others. Count Klnjiro HIrosawa. a member of the Japanese house of peers, has arrived in San Francisco, accompanied by several Japanese naval officers. The Paris police authorities are adopting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 June 1905

© Columbian Published Eveiiy Saturday. . T.. EAKCOKB., Kdltor and Owner. tUBSCBffTiOH—$2.00 per year in advance ■ADVEBTMINO—display—$1. per square • ' monthly. Locals 10 centa per lino oacli Ih^ettion. Special rates by contract. ■» ' “Entered Feb. 2,1965, at Columbia • Falls, Mont., as second class matter, nfider Act of Congress of March 3rd 1879.” SATURDAY. Jane 3, 1905. The indications are that tlio fight bi>tween Hill and Harrison has been calleil off. The invasion of each other's terri- , tory would mean compitition and con- , Beqpent lowering of rates. The trust .5 'magnates, who control both systems, have too much in common to warrant . them in entering upon such a policy. If i each system respects the other's territorial rights, the revenue will continue to pour into the trust centers . in ever increasing solmne. The ‘'System”, as Lawaon calls it, is too wise to , adopt a course that would, or might, lesson the volume of taxes they are, and for years have been forc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 June 1905

Tins n complete lino ol . . Menf*’ Ladies’ . Children and Boys' Baby Moccasins. A. complete lino of Stetson and Batterson. • HA.TS. HATS. And otbor cheaper Krades. A nice line of Caps. The largest line-in town of Mens’ and Boys’ —-Ttn^ tfwollest nnd Ijirjiest Line of Oolf Shirts. 0\R 0* yflyp • v-' M, 0r. jf. 'Uillettf SBm isshst. Columbia Stalls, TTJont. G K AlST I) M O T H L R’S ^ hi (arpet By the side of tho Magnificent creations ef today, is the dillcrenco in ttie garb of a peasant nod tho King. Shipping tags at the Columbian oflice. Sopvenier china at cost^at the Coimnhin Falls Drug Co. Miss Rose Bellman drove to Kalis|>e!l Thursday forenoon. Mrs. C. F. I.acnger and Mrs. Hattie Deibert visited at Whitcfish Thursday. Mrs. Tate, of Kalispell, was a visitor among friends here the II rat part of tho week. Wanted—Seventy-five young pigs. Inquire at {he Columbian office for particulars. New fresh line of Downey's chocolates and bon-bons at the Columbia Palls Drug Co. Mrs. ...

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

MRS. M. BRICKNER “A short I 99 Eleventh Street, Milwaukee, Ws. I found my condition ttjme«s« very serious. I had headaches, pains m the back, and frequent dizzy spells which grew worse every month. I tried two remedies before Peruna, and was discouraged when 1 took the first dose, but my courage coon returned. In less than two months my health was restored."—Mrs. M. Bride ncr. The reason of bo many failures to cure cases similar to the above is the _ . fact that diseases FEMALE TROUBLE { p*. u ii ar to the fe- male sex are not commonly recog- NOT RECOGNIZED AS CATARRH nized as being caused by catarrh Catarrh of one organ is exactly the same as catarrh of any other organ What will cure catarrh of the head will 'also cure catarrh of the pelvic organa. Peruna cures these cases simply be- cause it cures the catarrh. If you have catarrh write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 June 1905

\ / VOIi.II. NO. 48 COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JUNE 10, 1905. Stafle C*i« Ue. g »>»frl>Ui« Prto CJ> nr Twtr. ARE AT MANILA BAY THREE DISABLED RUSSIAN WARSHIPS ASKED A REFUGE. American Naval Board Reports It Will Take 30 to 90 Days to make Repairs —Permission Granted to Make Repairs on Condition They Leave Within 24 Hours. The naval board which has examined Into the condition ot the Russian warships at Manila, reports that the Oleg will rdJIuire 60, the- Aurora 30 days and the Jemtchug seven days to effect repairs. Admiral Enqulst has requested permission to repair at Manila, saying that he would be unable to sail except in a smooth sea on account of 'his vessel needing patching near the water line. Rear Admiral Train has offered the Russian ships the necessary coal In lieu of fourteen days ttay, but there Is a question whether the Russians will be able to carry such quantity on account of their damaged condition. The deaths aboard the Russian ships at....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 June 1905

t ... ., p --A''' ie Columbian. FobubBbd Every Saturday. H. F. IiAKDOEB, Editor nod Owner. RATES: •0BICRIPT10K—12.00 per year in advance ADVKRTiMHa—dleplay—*1. per square e- tnonthly. locals 10 cents per line each Itteition. Special rates bv contract. t i*'Entered Feb. 2. 1905, at Columbia « Falk, Mont., as second class matter, l >) under Act of Congress of March 3rd, isTa."' SATDRPAY. Juno 10, 1005. A Good Ball Game. i Onoof the most interesting games of . base ball overplayed in Colombia Falls, ^ was witnessed here on Sunday last, , when the home boys played the Somers team. Nine Innings were played, at the j end of which I he score stood 11 to 7 in favor of the home team. In the first three innings one score was tallied, this for the Somerites. Then came the home team trith two scotfijUn the fourth inning. Both teams made errors which accounts for the score cards large tally. At no time during the game could the winning team bo named, which accounts . for Uio interest ...

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