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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 June 1905

Has * complete line o( . ... Mens’ CLadies’ 'Ohildren •and Boys’ Baby Moccasins. & complete line of Stetson and Patterson- • ELA.TS. HA.T6. And other cheaper.grades. A nice line of Uaps. The largest line in town Of Mens’ -and Soys The -Swelleat i ond ijai^est (Line of ^rolf Shirts. ^Dr. XTifieii, MMT MIS!. ^Columbia &alls, 97/ortt. OR AN DM OTHER’S 4 k$ (dfpet A By the side of the . '. ’Sfagnlflcent creations of today, is the difference in the garb of a peasant and the King. i mitt ami •Is -evidence of a refined *tioiae, »nd you can find all each evidences yon desire m a variety of-new and -elegant-designs and - colors at The Robinson 'Furniture Co. KaiUptU, : Mont. SUNDAY Chas.-Oillespie was a business visitor ahKalisbell Monday. Dr. J. T. Robinson drove to Wbitefish Monday on busiaess. Herm Selvage was a business visitor at Kaltspell Thursday. Artrur MAttico was a Wbitefish visitor last Sunday and Monday. Mrs. F. S Stryker and little son returned from 8 ime...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 June 1905

STATES VASUNGTON, IDAHO, MONTANA, AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A F*w Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the/Surrounding Country—Numeroua Accidents and Personal Events Take Placo—Outlook Is Bright WASHINGTON NOTES. J. L Carver, a policeman of Anacortes, was shot, perhaps fatally, by Richard Peltier, while attempting to arrest Peltier’s companion, Frank Erd, who was creaUng a drunken disturbance early Saturday. The bullet lodged Just above the officer’s heart. His chances for recovery are small. With characteristic Japanese Indifference Arao, the slayer of Sam Chow of Spokane, met death on the scaffold at the Washington state penitentiary Saturday morning. At a recent meeting of the Lincoln County Pioneers’ association, final arrangements wep» made for the picnic, by the association, June 20, 21, 22, and the program was completed. Over fGOO In purses will be hung up for the races on the 21st and 22nd. The Tacoma postoffico will hereafter ^e open until- 9 o'clock p. m. for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 June 1905

VOL, II. HO. 49. COLUMBIA BALLS. MONTANA. JUNE 17, 1905. Sinctc CtpiM If*. Srt«rlpU«i Prk* $2J« nr Year. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. President Roosevelt made a brief trip to Rapldan, Va., recently. President Castro was formally Installed as president of Venezuela Saturday. * King Edward of England cabled to President Roosevelt congratulation* on the reception of his efforts to secure peace. William H. Rogers, for 14 years a member of the editorial staff of the New York World, Is dead from acute pneumonia. % The resignation of the minister of Sweden and Norway at Copenhagen, Rome and Madrid were tendered by telegraph and accepted. Representatives of Dowle, the Zionist, have rented a large hall In Paris. This Is expected to be the scene of Zionist movements In Prance. Ex-president Grover Cleveland Is to aid t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 June 1905

F«H%'.Moot., second class matter, ncdoi.Act ol Congress of March 3rd SATORDAYt June. 17r 1905. •Swery man who can be induced to .take a drive, through the farming disVicts of Flat head.valley from now until the present crop is threshed will become a^ssalking advertisement of the valley’s splendid, resources. The impressions made upod a etramter by a drive dowa Ihe.eaat side, will) not.be dimmed by any thing he may eee on his trip to .and from the Lewis and Clarke exposi.tion. The Flathead farmer will be en'•.sriedby the tourists who take the troubla to look hinujp-** his home. The Flathead farm, as a rule, is too large. The farmer who tills ItiO acres fairly ^well, over works himself and every member of his family. The man who .spUatlnee forties to three good farmers, andavitfa the price obuina the remaining forty,and bring* ibupi-to -the- high* eat stabJ of tillage, is the-man who wilt beaten joy rural life in the Flathead.- It ,>s the well tllled-five and t%n acre farms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 June 1905

— TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. 7 V i i’”. ^ Has a complete line ol . . . Moos^ Ladies’ Children and Boys' Baby Moccasins. A complete line oi Stetson and Patterson- - TIAJTS. ELA.TS. And other cheaper grades. A niee line ef Caps. The largest line in town oi *M*o yS ’ Ml The Swellest nnd_ largest Line ef Golf Shirts. f>r. /. Jf. Union, min mi. Columbia &alls, 97Jont, OP A N DM OTH ER’S 4 k, Carpet 4 By the eld® of tho * Magnificent cwationa of UKlay, is the difference in the garb of. a peasant and the King. Is evidence of a reBned heme,, and you can find all each evidences you. desire in a variety of new and elegant dcslgne-and colere at Hie Robinson Fiumitrare CD, KaUiptU, Moiil. K Shipping tag* at the Columbian office. Souvenierobinaatoostat the Columbia Falla Drug Co. Type writing paper by the bulk at the Columbian office. Mr*. J. W. kewta, who baa been quite ill for two week*, is much improved. hire. Joeiah Sogers, of Camas it the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 June 1905

HON. JOHN TJGHC Assemblyman Tighc’s letter should be feed by every brain worker leading a stren■oos fife. Hon. John Tighe, No. 98 Remsen St., Cohoes, N. Y., Member of Assembly from the Fourth district, Albany county, N. Y., wiifces-as follows: "JPeruna has my hearty indorsement u s restorative tonic of superior merit. At time* when I have been completely broken down from excess of work, so that my faculties seemed actually at a standstill, Peruna has acted as a healing restorer, starting the machinery of mind and body afresh with new life and energy. . “I recommend it to a man tired m mind and body as a toiHc superior to anything I know of and well worthy serious consideration."—J. Tighe. Excess of work so common in our country causes impaired nerves, lead ing to catarrh and catarrhal nervousness —a disease that is responsible for hall of all nervous troubles. Peruna cures this trouble because it cures catarrh wherever located. If you do not deriye'prompt and satisfactory results fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 June 1905

I sir.. * .-.aBaV EIGHTEEN PERSONS DEAD AND MORE THAN 20 INJURED. PaMsnger Train Crashed Into Double Header Freight on Western Maryland Railroad Hear Patapsco—Engines Reduced to Scrap Iron—All Fatalities Were Among Workmen. Baltimore, June 18.—Eighteen persons are known to have been killed and a score more Injured In a train wreck on the Western Maryland railroad a quarter of a mile from Patapsco, a smaU-station between Westminster and Flnksburg. Passenger train No. 6 westbound was running at a very high rate of speed when at tne point named It crashed Into a double header freight running east, All three of the engines were reduced to scrap Iron, two qxprhss and baggage cars smashed and a number of the freight cars demolished. The passenger coaches sustained little injury, and almost without exception their occupants escaped with nothing worse than a bad shaking up. The fatalities occurred among the crews -of the engines and workmen employed by the railroads. The workmen were on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 June 1905

Columbian PuBUfBCD Emr Satcksay. c Mmd X>wa*r. , JtA TB.tr •o*icsirnoN—$2,00 per year to «dv*nce il«pl*y—$1. per equ»re Jy« lapcale- lO'Cente per line each o6v. Special ratoe by contract. l ‘«awbered. Teb. 2; 1906, at- Colombia JalU, Mont., as second class matter, ■aderrAct of. Oongress of March 3rd, 1W9./’- SATOKDAY. June 34, 1905. MORK MCFFALO XALK. The County Calendar for July contains aa article by Earnest Harold Baynes, l&jnhicb a strong.plea.it Made for Govemment aid in preserving the buffalo. Mr. BBynesieaa interesting writer, but, fa | lierk T*raia would sav, is somewhat parelpse in hia sutistics, as well as his deductions. He says, “the buffalo would become a valuable domestic animal. Ita flesh is notdiaiinguishablefrom beef, ita bide brings a very high price, and Is acommodity w'hich would always be in demand for winter coats and robea. ,The beada are highly prized for mounting: gppdsPpea bring five or six hundred dolJa re apiece. Thecalvee sell for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 June 1905

Ha* * complete lino of . . . «n I^adies.’ --- mm... Babv Mocoasuxs. A eomplete line oi Stetson and Patterson- - BLATS. HATS. And other cheaper grades. A nice li»e of Caps. The largest line in town of Mens’ and. Boys’ The '^wellest and Largest line of Golf Shirts. 0r. f. jf. Viitett, KESIMT MITIST. Columbia &alls, J/font. r-*:i ' ©RAN L> MOT HER© ^ lla§ Carpet 4 By the side of the * JtagnJflcent creations of today. Is the difference In the garb of a peasant and the King. Is evidence ol a r#8ned heme. •nd yon con find all each evir dences ywi desire in a variety of new and elegant designs and colors at / The Robinson.. Furniture Co. KaUtptH, Jfoiil. Ui MUD SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. JPuritig the months of Anril and May before the regnlar season opens, H will make trips by stage and boat to the bead of Lake McDonald every Sunday. 1 will leave Belton at 9*301 a m and return in the evening, making connections with No. 1 on the Great Northern. H you want a good davs fishing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 June 1905

Girl 8offered From Nerroneneei . Pelvic CeUrrh—Found Quick Belief in a Few Deyr NERVOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS CURED BY PE-RU-NA Mira Sadie Robinson, 4 Rand street, Malden, Mara., writes: “Peruna was recommended to me about a year ago as an excellent remedy for the troubles peculiar to our sex, and as I found that all that was. said of this medicine was true, I am pleased to endorse it. “I began to use It about seven months ago for weakness and nervousness, caused from overwork and sieepleswiess, and found that In a few days I began to grow strong, my appetite increased and I began to sleep better, consequently my nervousness passed away and the weakness In the peMc organs soon disappdared anp I have been wen and strong ever since.” Address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, President of the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0., for free medical advice. All correspondence strictly confidential Fixing Railroad Rates.Making railroad rates is like playing a game of cheoxerx or chess. Communi ties to be benefitt...

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

■VOL, II. HO. 51 NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POIFiTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In B0U1 Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. London, Eng., Is filled to overflowing with visitors. The international Sunday school convention elected-Jesse McLaren of Toronto president The town of Ophlr, about three miles from Auburn, Cal., was almost destroyed by fire recently. , announcing her arrival by It salute to the forts In the harbor, the Qerman gunboat Falke has arrived in San Francisco. Three Scottish members of parliament have received Uireats of early assassination from so lie - unknown Italians resident in Glasgow. Governor Deneen of Illinois has granted Johann Hoch a reprieve until July 20, in order that the case may be taken to the supreme court for a •writ of supersedeas. Prominent citizens of Boston have undertaken a movement looking to the purchase and preservation of the home of Paul Re...

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

«..F. IiAXDOBB, Editor and Owner. JtATtSB: f «OB«o*imoa—42.00 per year in advance , T^fcyered feb. 2,1905, at Colnmbia Falla, Mont., as second cUsa matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879." SATURDAY. July' 1, 1905. , County Attorney ^CcKeown told the taxpayer* from tbe platform last cam--palgn® that in the evpnt of his election the coqtrtyjall would pot, be piled from . one terra of court to another with per* .'nans charged with crime for want of .,*$rial; that cases would not becontin- , Bed Irojn one term of court to another by him and guilty or innocent men be ..confined ip jail for months awaiting trial.—The Bee. County Attorney McKeown has made 'a good officer but the Columbian cannot give him credit in full for the cells of Flathead Couaty’s jail being free of uriminals. Edward Trueman is alone dp the jail, which occasion brought . forth the above remark from the Bee. 'The Columbian believes that credit is ' due to the floating and resident popula; ' tion, which has b...

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

-'•l II. t My Has a complete line ol . ■. > Mohs’ Ladios’ •OliildireTi ig,nd Boys' ■ mm. Bab v .Moccasins. A. complete line df Stetson and JPattersonHA.TS. HATS. And other cheaper grade*. A nice line of Oaps. The largest line in town tit MR - Dae BweUeat tmd largest Line of Golf Shirts. Slnppiog tag* at the Columbian office. Type writing paper by Ihe bulk at the ColnmMan office. Mra.-J. W. I^wfr. waa a Kali*pell vleitor on Thursday. Box etarionary at 26 cent* per box at Columbia Fall* Drug Co. ||R. W. Mein *nd «H(e apeirt Sunday at their ranch near Cornm. All the late* magaxine* and (periodicals at the ’Columbia Falls Drag Co.. J. H. Taylor, of Belton was a visitor in town 4or several days Aia week. j D Apgbar was down from his resort' at lake McDonald the first of the fWk. O. M.-danttns went dtftto his homestead ‘near White(hfh 'IWke Friday to spends fepr day*. The Cdlnmbla Falls base bfcfl team will cross Wts with Somers on the Fonrtheit the latter* grounds. The Coin tr...

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

' MISS GENEVTVE MAY mnnHf sroMicH GORED By PE-RU-Ni Mias Qonevive May, 1317 8. Meridian 8t., Indianapolis, Ind., Member Second High School Alumni Asa’n, writes: , "Penina is the finest regulator of a disordered stomach I have ever found.' It certainly deserves high .praise, for H is riutfuly prepared. “I was in a terrible condition from a neglected case of catarrh of the stomach. My food had long ceased to be of any good and only distressed me after eating. I was nauseated, had heartburn and headaches, and felt run down completely. But in two weeks after I took Pernna I was a changed person. A few bottles of the medicine made a great change, and in three months my stomach was cleared of catarrh, and my entire system in a better condition.”—Genevive May. Write Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio, for free medical advice. All correspondence held strictly confidential. Defied Governor. SL Louis.—The express directions of Governor Folk that the Delmar race t...

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

VOL. II. NO. 53, COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JULY 8. 1»05. Maotfea MmSZM par Tear. NEWS flFTHE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLQB(. — ■ — « A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eastern and Western Hemisphere* During the' Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The Interested eyes of 1,000,000 enthusiastic Epworth Leaguers are turned upon Denver, Col-, this week for the seventh annual' International convention of the Epworth League was called to order Wednesday, and the ensuing proceedings will be the theme of conversation In Methodist homes all over the land. There are persistent rumors current In Washington that the unexpected visit to the United States of Major General Leonard A. Wood Is due to the fact that he Is obliged to undergo a serious surgical operation. It is said that he has had some trouble with his head which necessitated his return from the Philippines to consult specialists. Mrs. Augusta Chapin, one of the best known woman's rights ...

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

Lumbian. Ev*ey S*td»d*y. , Editor and Owner. BATES: .00 per year in advance display—$1. per square cats 10 centa per line each Special rates by contract. Feb. 2. 1905, at Columbia as second class matter, Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. July 8, 1905. A RAILROAD CENTER. ' "Hail to Colombia Falls, the peerless .gem of a glorious region,” , Colombia Falls 13 years ago. The fol louring article taken from the Columi bian, dated January 7, 1892, will certainly interest old timers in this section at the present time: The Great Northern has already completed its transcontinental line to Columbia Falls, and is pushing to the coast. The company has prepared to 'mmke many Qabatamial improvements v ln this city, among them round houses, .land the building ef splendid depots and warehouses. During the progress of ‘the work the headquarters of the company have been at this city. The importance of a transcontinental line to any city is well known and the advantages are felt. Columbia Falls will be...

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

lias a compluto line ol . ... lions’ Indies’ “v. mm Babv Moccaeine. A complete line of Stetson and Patterson- • H^TS. HLATS^ And oilier cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The largeet linain town of Mens’ - and JBoj^s’ ThetSwellest Latest. (Line <tf ‘Golf 8hirts. iDr. JL ft. Tjfflett, isra iestisi. JOolumbia J’crlh, Tffont. N D MOTHER’S hi Cipet ^ By the side of the * 'Magnificent creations of today, is the • difference in the-garb of a peasant and the King. Is evidence of a refined home, and yon can find all each evidences yon desire ’in a variety of new and elegant designs and colors at 'The RobinsoH ■Fnrnitnrc Co. KaUmp'il, JfOBi. Shipping tags at the Columbian office. Type writing papar by the bulk at the Columbian office. Bor stationary at 26 cents per box at Columbia Kalla Drug Co. All the latest magazines and periodicals at the-Columbia Falls Drug Co. Miss Mallony, of Kalispell, -was the guest of Mrs. C. 8. -Garrett last Saturday. How about a sidewalk committee? T...

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

rr' •• IDSSIA ANQ JAPAN GIVE THEM COHPLErE POWER TO ACT. — t Work on th. Troaty of Peaco Will Bogin Early in ' Augliat—Preoldent Again Triumphed In tha Envoys Have Full Oyster Bay, I*. I, July 4.—Official announcement Is made by President Booaevelt of the names of the Russian and Japanese envoys to the Washing ton'peace conference. The character «nd—ability of the men selected by both belligerents Is an earnest dem onstratlon of the desire of the respective governments to conclude, if possible, the tragedy being enacted in the- far east The plenipotentiaries are: Russia — Ambassador Muravleff, formerly minister of Justice and now ambassador to Italy, and Baron Rosen, recentjjr_BPpolnted as ambassador to toe TJHlted States to succeed Cou Cassini. Japan—Baron Komura, minister of foreign affairs, and Kogoro Takahira, minister to the United States. By direction of the president Secretary Loeb made the formal announcement in the following statement: Power to Conclude a Treaty. "The presi...

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

« dolumbian. MM >-! •• voum. KO.l. FRAUD ORDER ISSUED POSTMASTER GENERAL CUTS OUT BUSINESS OF ST. LOUIS BANK. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JULY 16. 1906. tUpta M*. Prfca SJ9 far' Company Cannot Uis the Malle— Glittering Offers Are Made to the Public In Their Advertisements of the Great Profits to Be Made by Buying Stock. • Postmaster General Cortelyou has announced the issuance of a fraud order against the People's United States bank of St'LwIsrMo., Us officers and agents, and E. C. Lewis, a publisher, effective July 9. The action bars the company from the use of the malls, after an investigation by the postal authorities as to the details of the business of the institution. The postmaster general, in his announcement tonight, says: ,‘Tt is understood that the funds of the bank, which have nbt been borrowed by Mr. Lewis in his enterprises, amounting to about two thirds of the total amount remitted, are deposited in banks and will be available toward reimbursement of the stock...

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

>ian. » Etskt Saturday. Editor ■ml Owner. SATJUl *- ■OEiCRlPTlOH—$2.00 per year in advance ADYRMMN&—display—$1. per aquare Locals 10 cenU per line each Special rates br contract. Feb. 2, 190.’;. at Columbia ui., as second class matter, of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY, July- 15, 1905. tTITbar F. Sanders, one of the best known citizens of Mentana, died at his • home in^Helena last Friday afternoon, r Col. Sanders was former United States . senator f-om Montana, a prominent lawyer and a staunch republican. He i was seventy-one years of site at the > time ol his deatb. He was born at > Lion, N. Y., May 2,1834. At the besin- • ning of the civil war he was comnrission- • ed lieutenant, and was in the battle of Shiloh. He came to Montana in 1863 and was an acti.yfl.and faithful citizen to the time of his death. His death is a bereavement to every citizen of Mon- > tana. He leaves a wife end three eons. Who reside in Montana. ■- The...

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