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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 September 1905

II. U«*. ' ' ' : Haa n complete line of . . „ nn Mens’ Xiadies’ c “- mm... Babv Moeeasina. fl'complete line of Stetson and "Patters cm- ■ H^lTS. HEA.TS. -And oilier cheaper-gradee. A nice line of Caps. The largest line in town of Mens’ and Boys*' The fiwellest and Largest Line -of -Golf Shirts. The City d. it, mn. Wholesale and Retail. All kinds of fresh, salted and smoked v.T/featsj. Chickens, oysters, and iresh fish as the market affords* Type writing paper by the bulk at the Columbian office. Miaa Ciarisio Talbott wae ^ yiaitor at Kallapell Wednoaday. 3. T. Hutclimaon was a business visitor *t Kalispell Tuesday. Frank Lord wae out taking the-ecbool census of ibis district thts>week. Passenger trains No. 3 and 4 will carry mall on and after Sept. 25. A. N. Smith returned to hie homeatead on tlie North Fork Tueaday. All the latest magazines and periodicals at tho Columbia Falls Drug Co. Martin Conlih came over from Whitefish Sunday and visited with friends, Pete Gillonca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 September 1905

EST TOfflG % Wien the system gets debflitated and In a run-down condition it needs a tonic and there has never that is the equal of S. S. S. It is especially adapted for a systemic remedy, because it contains no strong minerals to derange the stomach and digestion, and affect the liver and bowels. It is made entirely poisons I have used; ' S. S. S. and found it to be aa , - , ' n «™“? e#S ' me morerood everything eli combtoedT U loss of appetite, bad diges- to tonic properties it gives a splendid appetite, tion and many other disa- refreshing sleep, and the system undergoes a gengreeable symptoms of a dis- eral building np under its Invigorating influence, ordered blood circulation, 548 Woodland Ave., Warren, O. Mas. Katb Baot •ind if it is not corrected some form of malignant fever or other dangerous disorder will follow. S. S. 8. builds up the broken down constitution, clears the blood of all poisons and impurities and makes it strong and healthy. The nerves are restored to a calm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 September 1905

Sia(le Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2.50 per Year. VOL. III. NO.ia. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. SEPTEMBER 80. 1905. BIG FIRE AT BUTTE HILUON DOLLAR LOSS IN CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT. Conflagration Started About 8:40 a. m. Sunday, West of Main and South of Park Streets—Public Library Suffers by Loss—All Fire Apparatus in County In Use. Butte, Mont, Sept. 25.—Fire causing a loss estimated at about $1,000,000 Sunday consumed the entire portion of Butte lying between- the Shodalr block and Renshaw alley, on the south side, of West Park street and half destroyed the public library. It totally destroyed the following blocks: Maule, York, Barrett Woodward and Odgem The fire call was turned In at 8:40 a. m. At noon the four story Symons store was a mass of flames and the public library and other places were burning simultaneously. At 1 o’clock Mayor MacGlnnlss announced the Are under control. The Miner building, the Broadway, Harvard. Argyle and other buildings were licked by the hungry fla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 September 1905

vvT:':'?*:>• Columbian. Evritv Satumday. EK, Editor and Owner. >-$2.00 per year in.advance iplav—»1. per square Locals 10 cents per line each Special rates by-contract. 2,-1908, at Columbia „ second class matter, Congress ol March 3rd, • ••Entered. Fpb. F*Ui, Mont., as o»Jer Aot ol Co SATURDAY. Sept. 30,1905. UU.,PA¥K WITH A HOAR. / . When down, about 800 feet a small fltm of oil was strock. Going deeper .they got into a seam of coal, and when ibis was passed they struck, solid rock, ^pd when their hopes were, dying out ^he oil, lake was struck, and with a mighty roar a 12-inch stream spurted fifty or more feet into the air, taking wjth it the drill and other parts of the machinery. Before the well cguld be p^ngged oil had filled theBWlows in I he surrounding ground, and in some placfU was lying five and six feet deep. .Everything was oil and oil of the highest quality known to exist. Every man ^ln the camp at tha time was enjoined -to the strictest secrecy, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 September 1905

E’Tf? • . B. I Bemiedyi^d Was a complete Uoe o( . . . Mens’- V Indies’ Children aw aoswi Boys’ MI Baby Moccasins. A.complete Hoe ol Stetson and Patterson- • "HATS. HATS. And other cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The largest line in town oL Me: an IW dill The Kwellest and Largest line of Golf Shirts. ££31 The Oity e. nit, pm. Whxiiesalfe andi Retail All kinds of fresh, salted and smoked .. T/feats,. Chickens, oysters, and fresh fish as the market affords. i. I. MS0H • 23 % CM fails tloBtana Type writing paper by the hoik at the Columbian office. Mrs. Harney Ward, -ol Coram was a viaitor In town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Foss were visitore at Whitelleh Monday. , Dr. J. T. Bobinson was a business visitor at Kalispoll Wednesday. All the latest magazines and periodi. cals at the Columbia Falla Drug Co. There are this week in the Columbian two local items which are printed as told taus. Miss Flossie Snyder departed Thursday for Spokane, where she will visit for some time. Mrs. John ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 September 1905

£!>■ ' OF HEALTH rAKING PC-RU-NA iti M POOR HDALTH. PAINS IN BACK. SICK HEAHACHES PE-RU-NA CURED Mm. Lene Smith, N. Cbersy street. eor. Line, NaehTllle, Tenn., write*: “I here bed poor health lor the pee. lour years, pain* in the beck end groins, end dull, sick headache, with bearing down pains. “A friend who was very enthusiastic ■bout Peruna insisted that I try it. /il took it for ten days arid was surprised to find that I had so little pain. *‘I therefore continued to use it and at the end of two months my pains had totally disappeared. "I have been In the best of health since and fed ten years younger. I am very grateful to you.” Catarrh of the internal organs gradually saps away the strength, undermines the vitality and causes nervousness. Peruna is the remedy. ACCUSE JAPS OF CRIME. Such Is Russia’* Charge of Their Brethren In Sakhalin. St Petersburg, Sept. 25.—The authorities here have received official reports from the Siberian coast to the . effect that the Japane...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 October 1905

, • &r. ' NEWS OF THE WOULD SHORT TLLEGRAPH ITEMS FROM iilioiNTS IF m UIBL A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical,' Political and Peraonal Events. King Leopold, at the banquet of the congress on colonial expansion recently, gave emphatic denial to recent reports that h«*MtSnded to abdicate. A destructive fire occurred recently at Hlghlandtown, a suburb of Baltimore, the plant of the Red "C” Oil company being consumed, as was the plant of Sherwood Bros., manufacturers of oils and grease, a street railway car barn and several small dwellings and business structures. The loss la estimated at $300,000. - Mrs'. Chadwick Is now seeking a retrial. A lockout In three of the big elec-trical-works In Berlin began Saturday morning. It affects all the factories of the Algemlene, the Stemens-Halske ■mi (tie Siemens-Shupkert companies, except one lamp factory, and throws about 33,000 workmen out of employment The trust ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 October 1905

v .© Columbian. PcauiUD Evxrt Satcbday. Christmas Money for School Boys. ■. r. Z.AEOOER, Editor and Owner. '== RATES: »f Bscmrxiajiy-12.00 p«r year in adranco ABTMTniBO—di«plaYT-»l, per square ^Onthly. Locals W cents per line each Special rates by contract. « ••Entered Fpb. 2.1006, at Columbia JMIs, Mont., as second class matter, smder Act ol Congress oi March 3rd, 1879.’’ SATURDAY, Oct. 7,1905. , Tie Red Lodge ronle to the YelloivStons Park may be a reality within another year if the united efforts ol the B«sd Lodge Board of Trade and the Montana Business Men’s league bear /mil. Jg order to demonstrate the /eaalbility ci this route, ap.overland trip was made a short time ago by AlJjyn Buchanan, secretary of the league, la company with a newspaper man, a photographer and several business men of Billings. Tbe ReiL Lodge organizations furnished the guides end Sheriff ..Potter acted at host. Over one hundred photographic views were made an route and data collected that will be preeente...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 October 1905

II to m ilM3 By the time we take your measure and have your suit made, you will be tifed"of those Sunotnef Clothes. Come in tomorrow and see due new styles cl cloth we are showmg. II. L Kennedy BANK of Columbia Falls S«ntn>4 BanMng BualneM Tr»nMc»ed F.wlan and DoanaaM* Exchange MtATTaSOED AVAltABtE IN ANY PART OF THB WORLD. n&lEAK LKWI*. CuM.r Type writing paper by the balk at the Colombian office. All tbe iateat magazines and pariodieala.at tbe Columbia Kails Drug Co. W. J. Kiley, of Klla, was in town the first of tbe week on a short business visit* , • ; W. 0. Hutchinson and J.T. Hutchinson were business visitors at Kahspsll on Monday. Mrs. John Robidsau departed Friday morning for Spokane, where she will visit for several months. After Oct. 1st meals at the Hotel Gaylord will be 3(> and 60 cents. Sun* day dinners 60cents. Victor Taft has moved his family into the Robidsau cottage, where he will reside during the winter. Mr. Bellar departed Sunday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 October 1905

3BBES ’s Cherfy Pectoral cerly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis,consumption. And it certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs. There can be no mistake about this. You know It is true. And your own doctor will say so. ssi I tried *r«fi Cb.rrr Th. flr.t J > SARSAPABIUA. yers saw Keep the bowels regular With Ayer’s Pills and thus hasten recovery. TJieJS/aii' SPOKANE. Prepare* 1U rtndenU lor holdias podUoiuaa Bookkeepers and Stenographers It doea non than that In recur** the poeltlons lor than. It la the larxe t, bert equloped and moat modern bnalnea* oolleie in the northweat. . Send lor catalogue. Do sot delay, do It today. H. C. BLAIR, Principal. Spokane, Wash. M DKLITBEXD. H. W. Jamlcaon^St Co., Tacoma, Waah. The Willing Worker Wholesale Feed Prices. Bran, »17 ton; bran and shorts, $18; straight shorts, $19; white shorts, $21; corn, $1.80 cwt; cracked corn, $1.60 cert; timothy hay, $14 ton; alfalfa, $12 ton; oil meal, $2 cwt; grain hay, $12@ IS ton; rolled barley, $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 October 1905

otembian . Slofle Copies 10c. Sobscrlptlon Price J2.50 per Vesr. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. OCTOBER 14, 1905. VOL. m. NO. 14. PATCH IN OMAHA WITH »100,000 ROLL HE FLIES. Express NOTED CRIMINAL li LANDED IN IM1BA JAIL AT LAST. A crowd of 2000 People Gathered at, Depot to See Him—Charged With Intent to Kill or Wound—Has Trust In God—Stylish Appearance and Looks Young. Omaha, Neb., OcL 11.—Pat Crowe, shackled lo Detective Holtfeldt of the Omaha detective department, and accompanied by Chief Detective Dunne, have arrived In Omaha frog) Butte, Mont., where he was arretted a week ago. A crowd of 2000 persons gathered at the Union station, and they filled the station and approaches In every dl.rectlon, intent on securing a glance at Crowe. A large cordon of police opened an aisle from the platform, to the police wagon, and Crowe, between two detectives, with a patrolman walking ahead and another behind, was marched to the wagon, amid the cheers of some and exclamations of others. The extraor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 October 1905

•m cMPTtox—12.00 par year in adrance ilepW—per eqaare Us 10 cents per line e»cb Iptdal rftes by contract. ••Entered Feb. 2.1905, at Columbia Fall*,- Mont., as second class matter, under Act ol Congress oi March 3rd, 1I79." ( SATURDAY, Oct. 14,1905. bat it i energy at you pull.—In- Juat wbat causes this outburst from the Columbian this paper does not know. « the Columbia Falls paper has any reason to beleive that it would be - possible to get the government to take bold of an irrigation enterprise anywhere in the valley and especially one that would start in Badrock canyon, pot only the KalispeU newspapers, but everybody in KalispeU, would turn in nnd work for it as enthusiastically as My one in Columbia Falla. Any general irrigation system to cover the east side of the valley must neceesarUr begin at least as far up the ..river as the canyon. Such a system would cost so much as to put it entirely beyond tbs reach of local capital, and perhaps make it impossible to induce any private...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 October 1905

W'W A#B5 OP/j tiOUNTy NEWS, j ^■A By the time we take your measure and have your suit made, you will be tired of those Summer Clothes. Gome in tomorrow and see the new styles of cloth we are show- ing. il. f. My BA3S1K of Columbia Falls r O«n«r»l 'banking Buainaaa Transacted Foreign and Domeatle Cxotiangs. 'DRAFTS SC/LD AVA'lLAStB’Ilt ANY •faAtof thb'worud. ■AZ.icAK I.K'tria, OukUr 11 KUItSOll 8 and kpj CcUm fak ftoitau Mrs. A. N. Smith was a Kallspell Visitor Tuesday. James Grist and Wife were visitors at Kalisnell Tuesday. O. M. Jenkins and wifs were at Kal Ispell on Taesday. A. N. Smith was a business visitor at Kalispeil Monday. All tbs latest magarines and periodicala at the Colombia Faila Drug Co. W; Butler, of Spokane waa a busi■nese visitor here the Brst of the week. M. A. Butler, of Spokane, waa a bnsimess wiaitor here the flnst of the week. Martin'Conlon came over from Wkiteflsh Sunday and was a guest at Hotel Gaylord. “Doc Smith was here a few days the first of the week, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 October 1905

uy Hair at Auction? At tny rate, you seem to be getting rid of it on auction-sale principles: “going, going, g-o-n-el” Stop the auction with Ayer’s Hair Vigor. It checksfallinghair, and always restores color to gray hair. A splendid dressing also. Sold for over sixty years. 7 SARSAPABLLA. MCrS CBOBY PBCTOBAL. Rlch Gold Strike In Alteka. VuicouYer, B. C.—Arrlrala from Dawson say authentic InformaUon comes from Tanana, Alaska, that 200 miles from TanariJue richest gold strike ever made In the north has been made on a creek 20 miles long. TEA Tell your friends if you be Jr • if not, tell your Population of Franco. Genius figures just published show that the population of France last year waa an Increase of only ltT,lM In two years. Frederick Fairbanks, a relaUre of the Tice president. Is winning tame In the musical world of London, where his fine ability as a pianist has called forth Ugh eaeoaluma. 9100 Reward. 9100. The madarsol this caper will be ataased to Uan that thsra Uat least o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 October 1905

I Single Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2^0 per Year. HENRY IRVING DIES NSTIMiUiSilED ACTOB PASSED AWAY AT DDADfORD, ENGLAND. English Speaking Stage Suffers Great Loss by His Death—Foremost Actor of His Time—Family Desires Funeral Arrangements to Be Simple as Possible. The English speaking world has suffered .an Irreparable loss by the sudden death recently of Sir Henry Irving, who was universally regarded as the moat representative English actor of contemporary times. blr Henry died literally In harness. Ho was glvlug a series of farewell performances in the English provinces, and last week was playing an engagement at Bradford, appearing in several favorite roles. After the performance Friday night Sir Henry returned to the hotel, reaching his rooms at 11:30 o'clock, wheh it was observed that he was in great pain. Physicians were Immediately summoned, but before they could arrive Sir Henry was seized with an attack of syncope and expired within a few minutes, without having utter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 October 1905

'■:v BAT KB: ■PMaurnoK—$3.00 per year in. advance -dieplayr-U. P«r *l™re Locals 10 cents per line each Special rates by contract. •■Entered Feb. 2,1905, at ColnraMa .Falla, Mont., M second class matter, •nder Act oi Congress oi March 3rd, WTO.” SATDRUAY. Oct. 21,1905. Jtt.ATHlEAI> COPKTVS FAIlt. With an attendance of 5^)00 the fourth .nfin.l fair of. Flathead county closed Mat Saturday. The weather was not as pleasant as desired during tbs week, hat crowds satkered each day to witness the displays and sports. . The vegetable and grain exhibits were complete and splendid varieties of ■amples, which were astistically arranged. The frail display was large and commented freely. Apples, plums apd pears were exhibited ifTtlkrge varieties. Kipe water melons and tnuskmelons of fine specimens were thsre, paving been furnished by farmers from the Flathead lake.country. - The art - exhibits, composed of a col-, .lection of oil paintings, water colors, crayon and. ink sketches, inter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 October 1905

I ^ Msm nils dim a . Stocmon-ioE. ‘Druggists. TDe Aave moved to our new Store and (fre now prepared to show our Stock, have 9 oomp/ete stock of 9fow J^resh GOODS. . .Mptiog: uil Faij Mpts a Spall?. . It 1 MBS IIP. KJ TOWN AND By the time we take your measure and have your suit: made, you will be tired of those Summer Clothes./ Come hi tomorrow and see the new styles of doth we are show- ILLUy mm BOKSTEAU, ?. L ?., BO. 500. —Meeti Becond and fourth Wednesdays of each month at their hall over bank. Visiting members cordially Invited to attend. 3. T. UrrciuNson, For. B. H. UAjiB, Cor. COUNTY NEWS. It waa chilly Tuesday morning. Attorney.R. L. Olliver, of Whitefish, was in town Thursday. All the latest magazines and period!* cals at the Columbia Falls Drug Co. J. W. Lewies has completed the erection of an addition to his blacksmith shop. R. Ebberly and wife of Whitefish, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Willoughby. Sunday. Frank Brown, of Poison, waa at the depot Thursday on his way to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 October 1905

V r hy Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines for them. We give them the formula for Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, and they prescribe it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. They trust It. Then you can afford to trust It Sold for over 60 years. lilt LOOim IHtBMK CASHIER CLARK LOANED LARGE SUMS TO POLITICIAN?. « Take my adyice Sum of $700,000 in Enterprise, National, Allegheny Given Away— Bank Is Declared Insolvent—T. Lee Clarke, Who Gave Funds So Freely, Takes Poison and Shoots Himself. A HUMAN CURIOSITY BUD ROGAN OF GALLATIN, TENN., HAD UNGERING DEATH. .“Ayer 1 . tboofdb* „ . Cherry Pectoral li » remedy th»t be In erery home. I here o.ed * sreet of .It . for herd..googhj end cojdo. e°d_I SARSAPAB1LLA uerszft— Aye?^PIil^gro«tly old tho Chemr Pectoral In breaklnB up a cold. A London Newspaper remarks that the review of tho Scottish volunteers by the king at Edinburgh recently'was chiefly notable for the number of more or less distinguished officers who fell from their horses. Yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 October 1905

I. ♦ SInfle Copies 10c. SnbscripUon Price $2.50 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. OCTOBER 28, 1905. JERRY SIMPSON DIES HEWASFORHEILY CONGRESSMEN FROM STATE OF RANSAS. Mr. Simpson Was Conscious to the Last—Family Was Present—He Was a Unique Character of Congress— Was a Populist, Known as “Sockless Jerry”—Funeral Wednesday. Wichita, Oct. 24.—Former Congressman Jerry Simpson died Monday morning from aneurism of the aorta. , Mr. Simpson was consclOTlS' up to five minutes before death. The end came without a struggle. He had been hovering between life and death for 10 days. At the bedside were Mrs. bimpson and their only child, Lester Simpson, of Roswell, N. H. The funeral will be held in this city Wednesday at ScotUsh Rite temple. The blue lodge of Medicine Lodge, Kan., will have charge of the serviced at the grave. An autopsy showed that the cause of death was aneurism of the thoracic or ascending aorta. This means that there was an enormous distension of the blood vessel leading from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 October 1905

-displav—$1. per equare Locals 10 cents per line each Special rates by contract. “Entered Feb. 2. 1905, at Columbia Falls, Mont., ns second class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879.’' • SATURDAY. Oct. 28,1905. IRRIGATION. “With practically bnt a single condiHon to be fulfilled, the Flathead valley lias a beet sugar factory secured. If that condition Is met, the factory will , be in running order by the fall of 1907, ready to take care of the crop of that year. The thing that yet remains to be done ie to secure contracts for raising 0,000 acres of beets on irrigatedw(thin feur miles of the factory, or within the same distance of the railroad and . not more than 25 miles distance from the site selected for the factory.” In connection with the above from the Great Falls Tribune of Iho 24th as a summary to a report copied by it from the Inter Lake, The Columbian is glad reprint the following from the Bee of the 24th: “The proposed beet sugar factory gives emphasis to the n...

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