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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 August 1905

Hm a complete line of . ... Mens’ Ladies' Children ■and Boys' Baby Moccasins. A'complete line of •Stetson and 'Patterson- • H-A.TS. H-A-TS, And oi her cheaper gnidAk A nice line of Caps. The largeat lino in town Of CLOTH The fiwclleat nnd J^iri:e8t Line of Golf Shirts. The City Meat Marie ^ V* All kinds of fresh, salted and smoked .. 7/feat/S,, Chickens, oysters, and fresh fish as the market affords. J H STEVENS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 'Practice in 'StAte and Federal Courts and'before the Land Office Notary Public, ' Postoffice Block. Kalispell - - Montana. ! M Northern R. R. Columbia Falls TIME OAR©: 'West Bov.vd. ^No. 8, departs 10:05 A. M. No. 1, departs...: ....10:23 P. M. HasI Bo usd. No. 4. departs 8:50 A. M. No. 2, departs..... 0:16 A. M. Kaiiisi-ell Brani-jj. 'Fast—No. 240 artives. , 8:35 A. M. ‘Eaet—No. 248 arrives 0:00 P. M. West—No.245 departs 10:15 a. M. West—No.247 departs 10:33 P. M. H&mftTttR'fe Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Bjsy Modldns to Buy Psopls. Brings Oolds...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 August 1905

PEACE TREATY 18 IN SIGHT Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. J6.—Although very rapid progress was made with the peace negotiations Monday, three of the 13 articles which constitute the Japanese conditions of peace having been agreed to by M. -Witte and Baron Rosen on behalf of Russia, neither of the two articles to which M. Witte, in his reply returned an absolute negative, was reached. The crisis, therefor, if still to come. It may be reached Tuesday, as the cession of Sakhalin cornea fifth in the list. The three ‘‘articles found," as they are officially designated in the brief communications authorized to be given to the press, which were disposed of Monday are, in substance, as follows: Fisrt.—Russia's recognition of Japan’s “preponderating influence" and special postitoin in Korea, which Russia henceforth agrees it is outside of her sphere of influence, Japan binding herself to recognize the suzeranity of the reigning family, but with the right to give advice and assistance to improve the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 August 1905

/ Columbian Slagle Cpplei 10c. Subscription Price $2.50 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. AUGUST 26, 1906. - 1 RUSSIA’S REPLY HAS ARRIVED CZAR ISSUES THE CALL. National Elective Assembly, the Long ' Hoped for Boon of Russians. St. Petersburg.—Russia's national representative assembly, the fruit of I decades of stress and strife for reform, 1 which endows the Russian people with , . . the right of being consulted through long cablegram from St Peteisbrng, thelr ch0Ben representatives In the which is believed to be the Russian re* suggestion, preparation and repeal of ply, arrived about 10 o’clock tonight,' legislation, today takes its place in and M. 'Witte's secretaries, M. Na- the representaUves of the people as Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. S3.—A LORD CURZON IS OUT NEWS Of THEPRLD HE HAS RESIGNED AS VICEROY SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FR9I OF INDIA. ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. buokoff and M. Planoon, immediately began deciphering it. Considerable excitement was apparent in the annex where the R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 August 1905

MATMtt ■OBicurnox—tS.00 p*r yeir ln.»d»anco lny-r-»:.. per square ^Btrathly. Locals 10 cents per line each Usenlon. Special rates by contract. r ••Entered Feb. 2,1906, at Columbia Art SSS^oftorSTw: SATURDAY. Asguat 20.1906. EXPLAINING THINGS. “Inaurgenl”. a* applied to the people oiColumbia Falls by the Kalispell Bee, with the expressed intention ot showing their hostility to James J. Hill and the Great Northern, is not justified, by the facta. In its issue of Aug. 22nd the Bee says: Although the 0. R. T. strike is over it may not bo'amiss to the end oi fairness to publish the follovring communication from a Columbia Falls citizen, concerning the aUUotle'of those people daring the strike. But the correspondent mis conetrnes a reference made in these colMsns where "insurgent” was mentioned. The intention of the editor was to apply this to the town in general, for its : we)l known antionthy to James J». Hill and the Great Northern, not-.in any .manner meaning a reflection upon the str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 August 1905

' V’? ' fl. L faedy .Tins a complato Imo of . . . Mens’-X-#ndios’ , Children, s. fiend Boys’ Botov- Moccasins* A complete^ino of. Stetson and Patterson- • HA.TS. HATS. And oiher cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The largest line in town of Mine The S«ej.laaU . and I-jirgest line of Golf Shirts. The City Heat Market 1 ME. DPI All kinds of fresh r salted and smoked .. 97/eats,, / Chickens, oysters, and fresh fish as the market affords. J H STEVTUSTS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Hractice in State and Federal Courts and before the Land Office Motary Publiu, Peatoffice Block. Kalis pell - - Montana. kat Nortkn 11 Columbia Falls TIME CARD-: Wkst Bot-xn. Bo. 3, departs .10:05 A. M. No A departs ..10:23 P. if. KasI Bound. No. 4. departs S :50 A.M. No. 2, departs 9:16 A. M. Kai.ispkli. Bbancoi. Enst»—"No. 240 arrives 8:35 A. M. Ksst—No. 248-Hrrivee 9:00 P. M. West—No.245 departs .10^15 a. M. West—No.24? <lt-parts 19:33 P. M. HOLLISTER’S RocRy Mountain Tea Nuggets A Buy MtdUloa ftr-Buy Psopl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 August 1905

Madman With a Rifle. Nanaimo, B. C.—Joseph Bobeau. proprietor of the Mount Sicker hotel at Duncans, B. C., was shot and instantly killed by a miner named Fred Beach The murderer. It is alleged. Is somev what demented, and had taken it into 'his head to flrb upon a private resi TROLLEY CAR GOES OVER BANK. One Man Killed, Many Injured at Milwaukee. An interurban trolley car returning from Fox Point and running at the rate of 40 miles an hour, went over an embankment four miles north of Milwaukee late Sunday night. One unknown man was killed and between 20 and 30 seriously Injured. TEA Mores Parade Before Taft. How different tea and coffee feel! even good tea and coffee. InntrypwV-'fiofScMHnf'* BoiTuhnlmk be How To «-«• Good Ton. King Leopold of Belgium employs as chauffeur one Marcel, who is a prohounced'AHarafitSt He has been warned against the man by the police of France, Germany and Belgium, but pays no heed to their counsel. Ho likes the yeay Marcel pilots his automobile through p...

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

(MtmMan m - •fci. Single Cople* ICc. Subscription Price $2.50 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. SEPTEMBER 2. 1905. VOL. III. NO. 8. j NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Pervonal Events. A recanvass of the fatalltlee caused by the recent cloudburst at Tabasco, Col., shows that a total of 11 persons lost their lives. All-other persons living In the canon have been accounted for. The property loss will hardly exceed $50,000.' Mrs. William Redmond, formerly a well known actress died recently In Plermont, N. Y. She was better known by her stage name, Mrs. Thomas Barry. Work has begun after a delay of 12 years on the connecting link on the railroad that will reach from the Atlantic to the Pacific across Mexico. The link stretches from Colima to Tuxpan, a distance of only 45 miles. The secretary of the Interior has dismissed from the se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 September 1905

H. F. LAKDOXB, Editor ood Owner. r BATXS: ■oiiOBimos—12.00 per year In advenoe aDTa«TMWO—dUplay—»1. per square • Monthly. Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion. Special ratee by contract. ’ "Entered Feb. 2,1905, at Columbia * Falls, Mont., as second class matter, under Act ol Congress oi March 3rd, 1879 SATURDAY. Sept. 2,1005. The wheat yields reported by threshers in this part of the yalley are surprisingly low. Few fields have averaged more than 25 busbela to the acre. The . straw bandied, in aome instances, would . promise a yield of 40 bushels. Thresh- . ere say the extreme and continued hot weather ripened the wheat prematurely and did not give the heads time to fill. The general average in this locality, so far as reported will be from 15 to 17 bushels per sere. This is a abort half crop. If any bettea-STtument can be advanced in favor of a general system of • irrigation for the valley, this patter would like to print it. The lands now cultivated are those that promise the b...

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

>r Hag a complete hrte of . .. ' Mens’ Xjadies’ •Ohildren and Boys’ Baby Moccasins. A-complew Hne of ■Stetson and Patterson- • H^TS. ELA.TS. And other cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The largeet line-in town of Mens'* -and JBoys’ The Bwellest and Largest line of <rolf Shirts. The City feat Market "Wholesale and Retail. All kinds of fresh, salted and smoked Chickens, Oysters, and fresh fish as the ■market affords. •J H STEVENS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW practice in State and Federal ‘Courts and before the Land Office Notary i’ublic, I’ostoffice Block. Kaliepell - ■*- Montana. Ilreat Nortko t It 'Columbia Falls Time card: West Borsn. ^’0.3, departs - 10:05 A.M. No. 1. departs 10:23 P. M. •EasI -BofWi). iNo. 4,-departs. '8:50. A. M. No. 2, departs 9:1(1 A. Jf. : K.M.r8PHi.L Branmi. 'East—No. 240 arrives 8:35 A. M. 'Enet—No.'248 arrives... .'....9:00 P. M. West—No.245 departs 10:15 a. M. ’West—No.247 departs..10:33 P. M. HOLtlSTCR'a Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Buy Medid...

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

MASKED MEN LYNCH NEGRO. WANTED. Younfl Men W Learn Telegraphy and Railway Business. Positions guaranteed. Salaries of operators *60 to *100 per month. Come now and you will soon be holding good position. NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE, 30 P.-I. Bldg.. Seattle. Wash. ASK FULL INVESTIGATION. Equitable Life Insurance Company and New York State. The Equltab'le Life Assurance society has Joined yvith the state of New York In asking for a full investl.gallon In court of Its directors and officers and the alleged wrong doing in managing the moneys of the society. The document which announced this determination was the answer of the 49 Equitable directors to the charges against them by the state. TEA Schilling’s Best is in packages; never comes-out of a bin. or canister. of ScklUos'i BMT«ah>kMb. be Bow X. MoW Good Field Marshal Uyama has grown a chin beard while in the field, and a recent photograph of him discloses a remarkable resemblance to the late Oom Paul Kruger. / CASTOR IA ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 September 1905

< Slnjle Copie* 10c. Sabscrlptlon Price $2.50 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. SEPTEMBER 9, 1905. VOL. III. NO. 9. TBEATY IS AIL BEADY JAPANESE AND RUSSIAN ENVOYS COMPLETE THEIR WORK. The 17th and Concludin(j Article of Treaty Provide* Exchange of Ratifications'Shall Occur Within 60 Days After Being Signed—Governor Present to Witness Signing of Treaty. Portsmouth, Sept. 4—From on official source the Associated Press Is Informed that the treaty la completed. It consists of a proamble and 17 articles. But there were still differences about the wording of the protocol of the last sitting which must be signed before the treaty Itself can be signed. The Japanese presented a protocol to which the Russians took exception. The 17th and concluding article of the treaty provides that the exchange of ratifications shall occur within SO days after being signed^ by the plenipotentiaries. The Russian ratification will be communicated to the Japanese government by the French minister ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 September 1905

i-'- •«. -- - 3 Columbian. VMY SaTCRDAT. B. F. LAKCOKK,;Editor »nd Owner. RATES: '•OBiCRii-nos—12.00 per year in aJvance A»TB«n*!sn—(ligplaY—$1. per square »6nthly. Local* 10 oCnu |>er line end Ineeltion. Special rate* by contract. *• Entered Feb. 2.1905, at Columbia 'Falls, Mont., as second class matter, under Act ot Congress of March 3rd, 1879.’' SATURDAY. Sept. 9,1905. THAT BOYCOT. Ro John, yon cant win out. Ameri'ca will not open her doors to you on the •ame or any thing like the same terms : sb* has or will to' Europeans. You are too numerous, John and. your civilization, social ethics, and economics are too radically distinct and diflerent from 'our* to make amalgamation possible or desirable. America would like to be your neighbor, John, and trade with you on terms that would be mutually 'advantageous,-hotTrom what she has 'seen of you, she does not believe you are the stuff out of which good American citizens are made, and she has no use for any very large block o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 September 1905

Him n complrtn line of . . . Mens’ Ladies' Children anti Boys’ Baby Moccasins, it complete line of Stetson and Patterson- • "KLA-TS. HATS. And oilier cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The largest line in town of Mens’ ' and Boys’ The Swelleet and Largest Line of~ Golf Shirts. The Oity B. ME, 1P1 Wholesale and Retail. All kinds of fresh, salted and smoked .. TJfeats.. Chickens, oysters, and fresh fish as the market affords. j. i. uoBinson $ Tvpc '.vrltinir p iiisr liy th>- bulk at the Colombian office. Andrew Weathers was a vlsilor Kuli.pell Friday. A. J. ClingHn lit in'own looking after property iiuore.ts in this vicinity. . All tfi» latest magazine* and periodicals at the Columbia Falls Drug Co. Cap!. J. R. Hilutnn went to Helena Tue.day on a ten day’* business visit. Attorneys D. F. Smith and Thomas D. Long, of Kalispetl, were business visitors here Monday. Marsha Thornton departed Monday for Dillon, where she will' begin her third term at the Normal. Margueritte Ken...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 September 1905

For the Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit, courage, strength. How is it with the children ? Are they thin, pale, delicate ? Do not forget Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. You know It makes the blood pure and rich, and builds up the general health in every way. Mining Notes. To prevent the passing of the Utah Copper company to the control of the ao^allod “smelter trust" an injuncUon suit has been filed In the Utah state court by Colonel E. A. Wall, director and vice president of the Utah company. Colonel Wall owns one fifth of the capital stock. J. W. McLeod has gone to Loomis, Okanogan county. Wash., where he will be engaged several months on the construction of a mile or more of the Rlblet patent double cable aerial tramway system for the Grand View. Engineer Thomas of the Dominion i Copper company, who had been exam- ' inlng smelter sites at Grand Forks, B. ! C., for the last couple of days, has returned to. Boundary Falls. He has | considered the site on Morrissey c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 September 1905

r NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOOL A Review of Happening* In Both Caatern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. That,*' secret treoty has been made between the emperors of Russia and Japan Is denied In London. Throe trainmen "were killed and three others were Injured In a recent collision at Tabor Junction, Pa., between freight trains of the Philadelphia & Reading railway, and the Central railroad of New Jersey. Governor Folk and wife of Missouri are at Portland to attend the Missouri day exercises at the exposition. The council of ministers of France has decided on the reassembling of parliament either October 17 or October 30. - The Armenian bishop of Shusha has sent a message to the authorities saying that the devastation and resulting misery at Shusha Is appalling. According to the sincere of the International Typographical union, the war between the United Typothetae and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 September 1905

Editor knd Owner. HATKS: MMcairrio*—12.00 per year in advance TlTcenU per line'each I rates by contract. «■ “Entemi Feb. 2.1905, at Columbia -• rails, Mont., as second class mstter, tinder ‘Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATORDAY. Sept. 10,1905. W* SrOXDMl WHAT THKT'l. DO. r When the Spaniards brutally robbed the Peruviana and Mexicans of their p acevtnnlated stores of gold >>nd silver . In tb« IStb century, the injection of . .tbese, so called royal meUls into the , comaaerce of the world, canted a great • up-lift io civilization. The wars of the Crnsadee, which lor more than four cen- •’ turies had engaged the best energies . and talents of EafZpe, became a thing - of the past, and the new world became the magnet that attracted the hold and . -ambitious of all nations. After the conquest of Peru and Mexico, it took a hundred years for the people of Europe to sober up and enter upon an intelli- , gent scheme of colonization of the new(pund western continent. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 September 1905

B. I-indy TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. H*a a complete line of . . v •'Mens! Ladies’ m '»s«Ult«)S ' Babv Moccasins. ^'complete Hoe of Stetson and S*atterscm- . MATS. HATS. Aod-oAwr'Cbefeper grade*. A nice line of Caps. 'The Urgut line In town of The Swelleat md («cge«t line of Golf Shirts. The City . i lit, mi Wholesale and Retail. All kinds of fresh, saltfed -and smoked \ *. 9fteafs. Chickefts, "by^tfets, and -fresh fish as the market affords. H iml kp UD Tils IMS Type writing paper by the bulk at the Columbian office. Capt. J. R. Hilman has returned, from his ten day’s trip th Helena. All the latest magazines and ■periodicals at the Colombia-Palb'Drug Co. ~ Dr. 3. A. Tillett. fee dentist, came over ifrem WMteSsfa Tharsdar, on a short business visit. Druggist Fitch, of ths'firm of Fitch A Smithers, of Kallspeli, was in town Thursday on business. Will McKelvey, nephew of A. E. Pur veyance, departed Thoredav morning fon a week’s visit at Spokane. Milk and ■cream—Get your milk and cream of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 September 1905

Wk' > mu strengthens THE ENTIRE SYSTEM P. 8. D*Tid*on, Ex-Lieat. U. 8. Army, Washington, D. O., care U. 8. Pension Office, writes: “To_ my mind there h^no remedy for only strikes at the root of the malady, bat ft tones and strengthens the system In a truly wonderful way. That has been Its history in my case. I cheerfully and unhesitatingly recommend it to those afflicted as I have been.” —F. 8. Davidson. If yon do not derivr prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna, write.at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of' your case, and ha will be pleaaed to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, President of the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. OUTSIDE INN K1 sc trie lighted room! Baths and modem •onrenlraeea. Boom SOc. |1 *nd JLW per day X new, permanent hotel, directly opposite main entrance to Fair.. Alt street care lor Fair land you at Hotel door. Portland, Oregon. Special Rates East via the O. R. & N. On sale Se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 September 1905

Calmn Irian, :v;d4r'-.' Single Copies 10c. Subscription Price $1S0 per Ye*r. NEWS OF THE WORLD » SHORT TELEGRAPH HEMS FROM All POINTS OF THE GLOBE. * A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hemisphere* During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Nan Patterson has been married at her lather's home in Washington to Leon C. Martin, her divorced husband. None ot Nan’s friends were greatly surprised.-* 1 -'—'; John W. Brown, a member ol the tobacco rehandling firm of Martin & Co., Louisville, Ky., has filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy In the federal court. The total liabilities are given at $183,624 and the assets at $216,093.38, Including life Insurance policies for $12,000. David E. Sherrick, ex-auditor of Indiana, was recently “booked” at the police station charged with embezzlement of state funds. He waived examination and probably will be bound over to the grand Jury under heavy bond. Mrs. Anna C. Dauth shot her husband, Ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 September 1905

1 .. ie Columbian.! Pt’oi.isntD Every Saturday. B. JT. Z.AKDOEB, Editor »nd Oirnor. For Sale. My liouso and two lots in^Cohimbia Falls, togsther with threo good lots in Kennedy addition lor $1,226.00. Jons Kobideau. BANK of Columbia Falls BATES, ■BBiCRirnoH—$2.00 per year in advance ADVEBTiaiKO—display—$1. per square » ninthly. locals 10 cents per line each Insertion, Special rates by contract. * "Entered Feb. 2,1905, at Columbia ' Falls, Mont., as second class matter, under Act ot Congress of March 3rd, 187®.” SATURDAY. Sept. 23,1905. Two Good Locations. I have secured two good relinquishments on No. 1 ranchos of 100 acres each, which I will locate any parly on reasonably. Inquire of J. N. Swanson. Team for Sale. Two black horses, ages five and six, weight about 2,600, both sound. Inquire of O. M. Junklns. General Banking Business Traneaeted Foreign and Domsstlo Exohangs. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE IN ANY PART OF THB WORLD. ! As it has been given out that the . Great Northern has entere...

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