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

551 ini* mu m l&jntiggrests. f£?& Acme moved to our new Store and are nOm prepared to show our Stock. Wo have a comptete stock ofTfew Jresh GOODS. imjfijliins ttl flail; Etsii;!: It TO OlitS IIP. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. \y By the time we take your measure and have yoar s^t made^ you will be tired of .those Sommer Clothes. Come in tomotroW and see the new styles of cloth we are showing, , /; H. I My licensed Taxideiist. fc. h. BDYANT, Coluirfbia Falls, Mont jllMilll ^ i Urearr and Baaket SoctablaBac. 16ih Kodl6tii. Couniy Aitornoy McKbowo h*ra Sunday, and daparied- for Helena that evening on an official vfilt. Under Sheriff Oonaliae wai op from Kaliapell Wednesday, and 'drove tc Whiteflfb on official buaineaa. H. O. Campbell, traveling aaleaman /oi the Colombia Falla Lumber Co., U at the company's office here thieweelc. Dr. Tillett, the dentist, will he here Monday, Dec 4 to remain one week. Charles Olson has taken a vacation from Ids duties at the Hotel Gaylord...

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

:“<■ o u to take Ayer’s al for your or bronchial :It. If he has i take that, r what he will say; have used this i medicine over 60 years. &USAPABLL*. rers PILLS. BMP VIGOR. da open .with one of at bedtime, ]ust one. U* winter Her. Or. Halwy o? ttje Presbyterian foreign mission board I rr , .r«r o " r—™ Leopold of Belgium and the Congo 1 Free State as “the most iniquitous monarch that ever sat on a throne.” 1; I Henry W. Savage has entered Into a contract with Richard Harding Davis for his new comedy "The War Correspondent.” in which the comedian. Raymond Hitchcock, will begin a star- : latter part of December. Ti*G™»T0WK3 POMMEL SLICKER HAJ MEN ADVERTISED AND SOLD FOB A QUAHHtOf ACENIM LIKE ALL .WAMOOf Qoma ttl»asd«oftttl>c3t Bstenah.mbbckorTdtew. fBftrflBMMtccAmdscMIur ufablt dtikn ttemuhtre. STICK TO n« SIGN Of THE FISH. t FUOT At 8EBA8T0P0L ly Acting on Ordera of Reds, Mutineers Are Orderly. mrg, Nov. 28.—-It is rethere had been no conflict at So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 December 1905
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 December 1905

To tfc* JMJtor M »fc« Crtu® WTn ! JU mmny oJ 1h* P*opl« ol Colomfci. r»U«>n4 riclnitr «*• directly mUretUd ■ in timfccr Iwidior ireUr righti on Hmkill Creek or it. tribuUrlM, I *Uh to ell tholr .ttentioii to . loct which m.y **»? iSS Whiteflih i* ameging the channel of the VMt branch ol that •(ream utd are running it off in a »cuth•raatatly. direction, a courea almort opfwaU from ito natural flow. II thi. i. ■done it will render tba .tream worthier, for driving log*, and will greatly lare.n i on that .tream and PPiPPn*>|b' I X giro a partial lUtof then am*, -ol parti*, who are intere«ted in timb.r p^jratwrighU on Ha.kill Cre.k or 1U Carried in Mock bq RohiiMon Furniture Co. min MreetiMalKUell. a*. Pore, Millar A Lowia, IVH. Abbott, Fluid Bro., M». Ladeaborgor, G. Vanbroclln, Hire Loreall, H. nry Inholt, Gao. Mansfl.ld, C. Christie, dame. Ori.t, Dick Keaat, Mr. Hawkin., O. Ford, Stata Lumbar Co., C. Currier,. E. H. Snyder, Hire Lad.nb.rier, W. J. Loreall, Joa Im...

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

m v?:. : Mil Nils m to. SMHMteilfaTtelfc wrtiaaists. **&&&&&& Act* m*iwct t* attr new 4tor* aSM •n now prepared to sAow our Stock. Wo homo a comp to to stock of 7?am fresh GOODS. Jnutyitu ui Filly Ei# t Sj«allj. . U K DRESS i. M By the time we take you? measuce andhave. youB suit madey you will Be toed of those . Summer Clothes. Conae in tomorrow and see the new styles o£ cloth we are show- TOWN AND. COUNTY NEWS. ^v»- tog. $*• II l My tastd Wnisl. Columhk Fall*. Moat ft ILL VRI iiiiiED. I^gfindiaoniofuUblMt. Ami w!IHm >( long m Uw hmw UtU. Bazarr and Baakat BoelaM* Dm. 15th and 164b. Bnjr roar - Chriitma* preaaata from your boma mtrehant. i Attorney D. F. Smith waa op from Kmliapalt Tueaday on btuIoeM. . B. r. Tat*, of Kidiapoll, waa among old time frland* her* Wedaradar. Han’t borrow Tba Colam bian from yea neighbor, come in and robteribe. Mra. Abbott and family hart taken room* over the Conlon &...

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

m 'rrt ¥5?-' i-5-f "** ..ces Use of His Family fr«adalant 19 Years. _ nirday, at St ir~”S now preslStates, and Miss ! New York, man and •"he”was a cousin of the bride, K||utraTellnK In Europe r and sister, . , ?ne of the tar*** Ubranes to Bus1b private property, belonging to holarly Oenadl Waaallyewltch f 'COM^U of over 100.000 vol- , and the oddest thin* about k to Siberian towns, Karr It was at first In that town, ; after the fire of 1881, which dei a great part of It, the owner and removed It to tho Hubby-Now, remember, while you I are at the seaside you musn'ffllrt. E Pet-Of course not. you old eoosa. I See, l hare tied a knot In my hand- for Tales from La Hire. The Taking Cold Habit The old cold go^s; a new one quickly comes. It’s the story of s wesk throat, weak lungs, a tendency to consumption. Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral breaks up the taking-cold habit. It strengthens, soothes, heals. Askyouf doctorabout it. SAmPAHJLLA. PtUA. BAIR YKOB. S'- ti u Pemna is known from the Atlantic t...

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

V Slajk Copto 10c. SobKripUos Price SZM per Veer. ms raw SHOW TELE6HAP0 ITEMS FI8H AU PASTS IF THE GLOBL A Review of Happening* in Both Eaetern and Weetern Hemlaphere* During the Paat Week—National, Hlatorlcal, Political and Pereonal Event*. Denver.—The eaatbound CallXornla Brer on the Santa Fo ooUMod head on with a freight at Cadoo. Dozen* were Injured, none fatally. The last treasury sUtemont show*: Available cash balance, 1127,3*4,660; gold coin and bullion, «87,0Z7,»21; gold certificates, *62,026,340. London.—Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb, regius p^ofeeaor of Greek and member of parliament for Cambridge university, la dead, aged'64 yean. Hooalck Falla. N. Y.—The. body of Mary Mabel Rogers, who waa executed at Windsor, Vt., Friday,'was placed In a vault at St. Mary’s cemetery here. Omaha.—Information baa been filed In the district court at Council Bluff* charging Pat Crowe, the alleged kidnaper of Eddie Cudahy with highway robbery. Chicago.—Admiral Georg*'Dewey armed nere to atten...

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

miMkrm SS;' Ms. "M:- ■*.-i ' , -TIMBER LAND. ACT JDNI l TUB LIC A' • in aavwe* •ColnmbU 'ofM"rS* Std! | Ar««t hotan in this v«ll«r* Th«r«re hat to name and *um i« aeer*. Leave your orders with C.f. LARUGEB, Columbia Fails, Mont. WHILE FvB U.« L»n4 OffiM. Kell.MlL Mo * 1 ^Ko flCE B OR ^ rBLICATION!' Jane S. S iSmbor inw mm’r- Y. Dec. 10 r 1906. UOMS IMlVrtBV. Butte Allied Printing Trades II kM declared that a certain amount of printing and bookbinding ia done ouUide of Butte and, (or that Matter, outside of the state, and has •^pointed a committee fo call upon merChanta end ether Arms using printing to request thaU hereafter, they have their work done in Bolt** patronising those upon whose patronage llisy depend for The matter is one which obtains in •rntcitr in. the sute and is oaBJtMe ‘•patronies home industry” principles which is not touched upon by the hueisoee men generelly, in the ordinary feojpe induetry agiution. The newepapers put in columm of /■pace adyielng the patronage o...

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

gggK ; • X •: a#; • u ■ '• heemmieSLli flrumists. Santa Claus’ HEADQUARTERa. Fpii il TOYS, and PRESENTS. ‘V'VWV aid fauilj Eisijts a Sjniallj. . v>- ■ 10 HIS i. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. By the f time we take your mtasore and have your suit made, you will her tired of those §um»i*iw Clothes. . Come >-in tomorrow and see the new styles ©f doth we are show- ing. Mi IIM T^IPI Columbia Falls, Rfont. ’ •** ay k . . a i m mit [—. ^^MfeSeldtliholfea .•*ri4 : Mr*. Tnute vfctitid at Kalispell WeJusAiy. JamvH Sheaf war over irom Whitpflih .Sauday aod yitil«d nith bis brothers. The yoiibg folks' «r« •njayiny the ekltiiru oh the edroigh (tie past week i' Bom—To Mr*. Henry H-lienger, ib tthi* iit». ■ daughter, on Wrdnwidiy, Per. IS. 1W6. -»■«- -.■ “Doc" Smith was in town this week in th- !hter£ft* p( bie Bras;, and alfakimc hends with £rr n.la. Merlin Conlon and E. H. Shvder were Whttefish iyisitora in town Seturder evening#^ Sanday. Sev.'CIew. s cendacted preaching aervice*, H...

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

I . sixty Cherry s you have ^have used Iy, it stays; I remedy for hard colds on the rdoctoraboutit. . Uiooiss, StOTeu SARSAPAKLU. rsisiw the •ctlvlty of thus aid rocovery. Wholesale Produce Prlc^. Potatoes—76c cwt; oiilons, *1.26 a cabbate. *06 cwt; oranges, na- . *3.26 case; lemons, fancy, *6 t; choice, *6 case; ulnoapples, *6.60 dried figs. 76c@*l box; figs In 7@8c per lb; cranberries, *is@ 1160 bbl; eaUng apples, |2@2.50 box; cooking a; .. MILLION A DAY FOR B00«.. Liquor Sold In Now York Probably Worst Sold In Nation. The New York Press says men of experience and discrimination say that in no large city in the world la so much bad liquor sold over the bar as in New York. They say also that the quality of- the stuff sold is getting worse every year. New York spends more than *1,000,000 a day for its alcoholic drinks. Purchased at retail this amount is about equal to what It pays for meat and more than It spends r . Crocs Panel O. B. Williams Sash and Door Bargains Door*, tke world...

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

I Columbian. SlBil. Copies Itc. Subscription Price SZM per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. DECBMBEB 23.1905. TOL.IIL BO. 24. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEIS FROM ALL PARTS IF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eatiern and Western Hemispheres During the Past/ Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. ! Judge Brazee of Milwaukee has decided that Charles F. PUuter was not guilty of larceny as bailee as charged In the Indictment returned on_Au*ust 4 by the grand Jury. The Salt Lake Herald says tnat the Gould lines running Into Salt Lake City, which comprise the Rio Grande Western and the Western Pacific, which Is now under construction, will build shops therg costing $2,000,000. The appellate division of the New York supreme court has handed down a decision holding that a man cannot be deprived of his vote even though someone else has already voted fraudulently in his name. The federal grand Jury at Topeka, Kan., which has been Investigating the land frauds...

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

"w- . Columbian. PuauiBED Evert Sati'rdav. . XAKDOKB. Kdltor >l>d Owoor. BATJS8: s—$2.00 per year in advance “Entered Ebb. 2.1906, at Oolmnbin Falli, Mont., at Beeond' cIbbb matter, OTdar^ Act ot Ooogreas of March 3rd, SATURDAY, Dec. 23, 1905. EXTRA SESSION. Helena want* an eatra aeanion of the legislature, provided the governor and enough of the members will first pledge themielvea to the enactment of a proper Railroad Commission and Wareinuae law. With all dne respect to Montana's chief executive and the eminent statesmen who constitute the present legislature, this paper eonfesses frankly that the very thought of convening them in extra-ordinary session for any purpose, with or without pledges, sends a shiver down its spine. Th* few men. in this legislature, who have fri'“regular session, shown themselves capable of independent and non-partisan- action were conspicuous for thair want of followers. The reform wave that is sweeping the •country from ocean to o...

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

r (MUSH rmis dhiiq a taioa tfllLSajitti-Cc. 'uyy/sts. mta 'US HEADQUARTERS. FOR and PRESENTS. TOYS .Prsstiip'icii aid Fuily Hteiipts a Spdalty. It !l) DUB UP. By the time we take your measure and have your suit made, you will be tired of those Summer Clothes. Come- in tomorrow and see the new styles of cloth we are show- H. I licnnedif licensed Taxidermist. E. BRYANT. Columbia. Falls, Mont. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. R. W. M»'m waa a baaiuess visitor at Kaiispell Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Shoaf were visitors at Knliappll Monday. Miss Clarisse Talbett was a visitor at Kaiispell Wednesday. Harold Whitest*)ne, was a Kaiispell visitor in town Sunday. Ward Sky lea was a passenueron the stub Friday bound lor Kaiispell. "■John Rnxmahel was anion; the bnsiness visitora in Kaliapell Monday. Don’t borrow The Columbian from you neighbor, eome in and subscribe. Don’t miss your chance to get Christmas china at cost at Hutchinson Bros. O. .M. Elton and wife, of Kaiispell, were guests at the Hotel Gavlord ...

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

elp! Helpl Fm Falling Thus cried (he hair. And a kind neighbor came to the rescue with a bottle of Ayer’s Hair Vigor. The hair was lived t In gratitude, it grew long and heavy, and with all the deep, rich color of early life. Sold in all pans of the ^torld for sixty years. od* year «jro I lo«t nrarlr all of my Trios ar. altadt of moaalea. I waa a filand lo uio Ayor’a Hair Visor, daaa <—ol: I J.arr aboaotlfol Ir/J— Mua. W. J. Uuowa, Mcnom- kh „ -Jf SARSAPARILLA. pro PILLS. Wf O CHERRY PECTORAL. "Prince of Plleen” Christmas. The Spokane theater ChfTStmas eve and Christmas day offers "The Prince of Pllsen,” with its many song hits, such as “The Message of the Violet," “The Tale of the Sea Shell,” “The Stein Song." with its swinging Heidelberg refrain. ‘The Song of American Cities,” “Mctpres in the Smoke," and others that have served in large measure in maintaining a lasting popularity tor this entertainment. “It was a terrible storm. The wind blew GO miles an hour, for 30 mi...

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

Columbian. SJnfte C*iM 10c. SnbicHptlon Pric* 52J0 p«f Ye«r. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. DECBMBER 30.1905. TOL.IIL •vf THOUSANDS KILLED DEADLY IORK OF IAHM GUNS AT HOSCOV, RUSSIA; Butcher Mletchenko Traps the Mob Beneath Deadly Quns—Opens Masked Cannon—Thousands Mangled In Fearful Ambuscade—City May Be —Given Over to Torch. Moscow, via St. Petersburg, Dec. 26. It is estimated at this time that the casualties during Monday's fighting will reach 6000 killed antfr-^U.OOO wounded. A constant conflict Is still elgnlng throughout the city and hardy a building remains that is not bulet scarred or marked by shells. Provisions are so short that many persons are actually starving. Horrors such as eclipse anything ever known during the Paris reign of terror are being enacted in every quarter of the doomed city. God alone knows what the outcome will be. As this dispatch is penned, the ratMe of small arms, clatter, clatter, clatter of rapid fire Maxims and whistle of shrapnel can be heard all over....

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

■ ; With tbi« iiaue oi The Colombian, the New year, 1906, is almost with oa. That we are all prepared for it should be •bown by the turnini{ of a new leaf. Iiet this leaf contain encouraKement, advancement and good words for our fellow-man. The year- 1906 has in it bright prosppcu of prosperity, for Flathead county in genaral. New railroads will be built here to handle the ehiping of manufactured lumber, which industry is increasing throughout our county to one of great importance. The farming and fruit-growing industries are advancing and these facts have inffEcedcompeting railroads to bid for the business of trnns- Tbiscut sbows Badrock canyon as it appears from Columbia.Falls about four miles away. It shows also, the business portion of the town. The mountain to the right is four thousand feet higher than the townsite, which is a- beauti- portingaame. The year 1906 will bring j fully terraced bench three thousand feet above sea-level and about s^enty feet comnetition thronirhout ...

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

MSli FU15 W (0. Sk«ii}»Io,E, l Sijasrt Co, ^Druggists. Fresh DRUGS, New Novelties. 4 mmsm Mira ram . .PrsstrifiiM! aid Fanil!! kijl: a Sptcialt;. . It 10 DREJ OP. By the time we take your measure and have your suit made, you will be tired of those Summer Clothes. Come in tomorrow and see the new styles a£ doth we are show- ing, H. I My li®ed Taxidermist. t. S, BRYANT. Columbia Falls, Mont. (It Frank Brown, of Jennings, spent Christmas here with bis parents. Start the New Year by subscribing for your bonis paper, The Columbian. C. C, Sliller and A. E. Purveyance were business yisitois ai Kaliepell Fri day. D Hoover, of Gateway, was here the firsl of tbs week renewing old acquaint- ances. Jas. Jorgensen, of the Brewery Saloon at Kalis pell, »n town Thursday on business. E. H. Snyder and family, of Whitefish, spent Christmas here, guests at ths Hotel Gaylord. B. M. Grey, a popular conductor out of Whitethb, was ths guest of Fred Uas- kill on Christmas. Martin Conlon came-over from Whit...

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

Have You a Friend? :Then tell him about Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. Tell him how It cured your hard cough. Tell him why you always keep It In the house. Tell him to tsk his doctor about it. Doctors use a great deal of it for throat and lung troubles. -1 bad a ttrrlble cold and cooah and wu 1 with pneumonia. I Irlod Arer'a and It aare me quick and peri certalnly a mMt wonderful a E. Whitman. Sioux A Chance of a Lifetime. Calve, the great French prima donna from the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, whose portrayal of ‘‘Carmen, "is famous throughout the world, is now making her first tour of America, and will make a single appearance at the Spokane Theatre, Spokane, on Monday evening, Jannary IB. •Never before has there been an artist from the ranks of the Metropolitan who has created snob a sensation in concert as the famons “Carmen" is now making all over the East With her will be Mona. M. Bonzmann, the famons basso of the French Opera company; Mr. Herrick Von No'rden, uers SABSAPARH....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 January 1906

l. 19c. Subscription Pric* KM 99t Star. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JANUARY 6.1906. TOL.IIL NO. EX-GOVERNOR OF IDAHO MET HORRIBLE FATE One of the moet dastardly crimes erer oomitted in the northwest oooerred at Caldwqll, Idaho, Saturday night when -ex-gorernor Frank Steunenberg was almost Instantly killed by an explosion as he was entering his yard, about 6:40 in the evening. A dynamite bomb was placed under the gate and was exploded by means of a wire just as it was opened by Governor Steunenberg. The body of- the governor was terribly mangled by the explosion and he lived but half an hour. The only possible reason for the out rage is believed to be the part he took in the trouble in the Coeur d'Alenes during the great mining strikes in 1899, when he was governor of the state. Careful investigations since the tragedy of Saturday-night have fully convinced the officers that the explosion was managed by means of a wire, and that it had been very carefully planned and carried out. Fire m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 January 1906

Columbian. Published Ernr Satcbdat. M. r. I.AEUGER, Editor »nd Owner. V.'r , KATKS: »C»»C1UPTI0N—12.00 per year in advance "Entered Feb. 2.1905, at Columbia dialls, Mont., as second class matter, «under Act ot Congress of March 3rd, tSTi." |— SATDRDAY. Jan. 6. 190C. Botte ii rejoicing oyer the prospects of being on the Milwaukee main line. Iho head line* on the first page of the • Vews of January 2nd announcing the commencement of the survey, with headquarters in Butte, look like a circus poster. Butte is groat, and without doubt her business at this time is the magnet that ia drawing the Milwaukee throocb southern Montana, on its course to tide-water. All Montana, will rejoice with Butte, and will hope that her ore bodies will be wider and deeper M deeplb it attained. Still, we cannot refrain from thinking and our business requires us to think out loud. No offense is intended by these reflections. The life of Butte is ephemeral as comS pared with other cities of Montana, whose grow...

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