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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 January 1906

•Xf (oawii fins wi (o. SutMHttftS. S.9i^^l Co, 'rujpy/sfc. Fresh DRUGS, New Novelties, i wim 5ii imn oi om .Pimji'ica: d fjjilj Esctipls a Spidait;. II101155 IIP. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Pay a year's sub- sciiption to The G>I- umbian, $2 and get GoodalTs Farmer, one year free. By the time we take your measure and have your suit made, you will he tired of those Sommer Clothes. Come in tomorrow and set die new styles of doth we are showing. II. E. My M laiiMI. t> ^ Ml Y A NT. 'Colombia Firtls, Mont. | tit til tgiii s. me hw. re off awea'inc offA haypy *i>d protperoai New Ye«r to -one an>I all. P„ul Ahboit made a bmines* trip to KaliaprII Tneaday. All tiie lateit mkguinee and -periodi-. cale at the Colirtnhia Falli Drag Co. M.ee CUirew Tatbott and lAaeKJUy Brown were yiaitor at Whitefiib Tueeday. U. G. Campbell it in the Dakotas in the interest of tbs Colombia Falls Lumber Co. Miss Abbott departed Samfay lor a month’s visit with friends, at For...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 January 1906

pfj Hie Home of the Wave Circle £251 'FSrhi' Is the home where g-ood cooking’ is loved, where the family enjoy the finest of biscuits, doughnuts, cakes, and pies and other good things every day. The baking is always delicious and wholesome because K C Baking Powder —the baking powder of the wave circle, is used. Get K C to-day I 25 ounces for 25c. If it isn't all that we claim, your grocer refunds your money. Send for "Book of Presents.” JAQUES MFC. CO. Chicago. Trade la Better. Dan's Weekly Review of Trade says: Unseasonably mild weather acfcentuated the customary holiday weeic dullness In distribution of staple merchandise, but gratifying results of Onrlstm&s trade established a- strong tune and confidence regarding the futtire is more pronounced. Outdoor work la facilitated by the high temperature and the lack of snow, making the year’s total of building operations even greater than uie most sanguine expectations.’ Trade In furs and heavy clothing Is unfavorably affec...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 January 1906

ir Columbian. v.f$S SIb*1. CtplM 10c. Subscription Price S2Jt per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JANUARY 18.1906. YOL.ni. NO. 27. NEWS OF THEM SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Charles Chrlstador. the capitalist, shot and probably fatally wounded himself In his offices In a St. Paul bank building. It is not yet determined whether the shooting was accidental or with suicidal latent. a ' At attorney announces that Fitzsimmons and his wife have effected a complete reconciliation. The smeltermen employed at the British Columbia. Copper company's smelter at Boundary Falls. B. C., have won their strike for an eight hour day. Both smelters resumed operations at once. On January 6, 1759, George WaahKigton and Martha Dandrldge Custls, were- married. The Kansas supreme court decided that the law, providing for separate high schools for the w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 January 1906

m %5,;i Columbian. r SaiojkwiT. JK. *. X^UCUOKBk KdUotMd Owner. tLATMSl *jr*»c«inio*—12,00 per j e*r iu ndruice "Snterod Feb. 2,1906, *t ColiimbU fall*, Mont., at second class matter, Aoder Act ot Oootress of March Scd, ttn.” SATURDAY. Jan. 13, 1900. TIMBBRLAND. ACT JUNK 8. 187B. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Cnltad Stain land Offlce Kallipell Montana, January eih. 190C. VTOTICR U hereby.siren that in compliance IN with the provUloiiaoi the act olConareaa, Of Junes. 1S7S. entitled "An act for. the rate ol Umber lande lu the Hates of California, Orecon, Kerada and Wash! nr ton Territory," as extended to all the public land states by act of August MAKCl'S -B. FAltDITZ, of Kallspell, county of Flathead, state ef Montana has this day Aled in this otflceJiis sworn statement So. 1124. for the purchase of the Lot $ STn^^d the luid sou(ht la more valuable for lu timber or stone than for asrlcultural purposes, and to estahllsb hU claim to said land before the Rexiater and Receiver at Kallspell. Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 January 1906

•..>3 . . i,. ' (Oinii fins Mini (0. SatMumiflE. B.Sij4irt Cfl, !Druyy/sts. Fresh DRDGS, New Novelties. J COMPLETE STCCEiliniliil . Jkiiptiois d Pmilj kip * 1 ,! i Spuialtp. . If 10 OK IIP. By the time we take youi measure and have your suit made, you will be tired of those Summer Clothes. Come in tomorrow and see the new styled of cloth we are show- ing. II. f. My tad Mmt E. S- BRYANT. Columbia Falls, Mont. PL .The 1.1 (OOllllS. I. /-• dDY KI1W THE PALMS Celebrated Chocolate and Bon-Bons. Staple and fancy Groceries. Cispars and Tobaccos. Fresh Emits, Confeetions. Stationery, School Supplies. Em Prita tab in Ebugt. •-'I Threelittie^abes were nestled in bed. “I’ll name William, Willie and Bill,” mether said; Wide waa her smile, for triplets ther be, She lays her good luck to Rocky Mountain Tea. (Great baby medicine.^ Columbia Fella Drug Co. Start the New Year by subscribing lor The Columbian. Firemen Come Out. A meeting will be held at James Grist’s barber shop, Monday eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 January 1906

% l*s core* every humor, from Phnpln* to Scrofula, it* is IbeBest icine. .00 Ti li 6lrei for Reliable Information | I We have »et aside $1,00002 I to be spent for information and will I (give five dollars for a Postal Card I I giving the first reliable news of a | chance lo aclt a horizonu! iiram cniino ol I oar sty lea. within our ran(c ol lizrr. We So I I HOC weni Inqulriet at thia time lot eertical, I | traction or taa eosinea. ATLAS ENGINES amo BOILERS MlfereoMh. mort eomplM. tin. ol .n,lo.. and I MOenaudehyan,cate ma.utacu.rioc omen. In | Atlas Engine Works , tolUa# acendee In all clll.i INDIANAVOLia AUm InnImm la mctIo. 1.000,000 H T. AMm BoUsn la mrf\cm 4,000,008 H. F. Pw'rtiw, CompatatiYe, Supertativi. “I have vised one of your Fiah Brand Blictera for five years, and now want a new one, also one for a friend. I would not be without ono for twice the coat. They are Just ea for ahead of a common coat as a common one is ahead of nothinc.” <.W.«.en>lkM!oo.)...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 January 1906

Columbian. UaiW C«fi« 10c. Srt^riptlM Prico OJ» Vem. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JANUARY 20.1906. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* in Both Eastern and Western Hemisphere* During the Paet Week—National, Historical, Political and'Personal Event*. Aurello Herrera of Bakersfield, Cal., knocked out Young Corbett, ex-cham plon lightweight. In the fifth round Los. Angeles. Herrera's victory was an easy one; Corbett’s exhibition was disappointing. Willie Fitzgerald and Willie Lewis fought a 25 round draw at Colma, Cal. Headed by Delegate Mark Smith of Arizona a committee of citizens of that territory called on the president recently to protest against Joint statehood with New Mexico. The president gave the delegation a cordial reception, but told Its members that he was in favor of Joint statehood. In well Informed Cleveland financial circles it was believed that the liabilities of tlje firm of Denison, Prior & Co. will agg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 January 1906

m. T. &ABUOKB, Mi tor and Own.r. MATKSi BaoxinioM—|S.OO per year in adrapco “Entered Feb. 2,1006, at Colnmbla *»aUa, Mont., if eecond cl».« matter, ; ' voder Act of Conarcw of March 3rd, Kara *« 8ATDBDAY. Jan. 20. 1006. FOR IICI1!. „ The January number of The Coaat Magazine, publiahed by H. L. Wilhelm ' at Seattle, baa the following intereating ■ write np of Columbia Falla: A,t Columbia Falla, Montana, the Groat Northern begins Ua climb up through the Rocky Mountain* where it slips through Bear Creek pesa into the plain* of eastern Montana. Here is the logical^ r point for a city. The ruahing, roaring Flathead River here furniahea abundant •water supply of the very best quality ' and Mother Earth seems to have had a 'city here in mind, judging from the level ‘ townaite ah* has made here and extend ' ed up to the very feet of the rock precipicea of the rugged mountain aides. The first- settlers to come into thia * place were Frank I^ngiord and George „ Bnmbangh who ecripp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 January 1906

(Wit nils Did (0. Smmltllkiklk druggists. Fresh DRUGS, New Novelties. i {DMPLETE S1E Mil: 01 M . inurijliiis ul Eaoily ktipts s Spsritlty. . mo mss op. p TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. It invlgorat**, i np. It kaepi r<»fi in < Ir, menully and mor Hollutar’s Rocky J 36 cenU, Tea -ar Fall* Ur Of Co. i and builds i pbysicalThat’s what i Tea will do. ■Colombia By the time we take ythir measure and have your suit made* you Will be tired fcf those Summer Clothes. Come in tomorrow and set the ftew styles t»f doth we 'ate show- !u tally I IM luHtwlg t. h. BRYANT^ 'Columbia Falls, Mont. | Mi m fHHIl. .The U.Cooabs, E. S. Bogart, of Kalispell, was a visitor in town Sunday. Frank Brown, of Jenniags, was a stopover passenger on Thursday, waiting for a dtlayed train. Frank Baker and wife drove over from WhitefiA Wednesday, and registered at the Hoiel Gaylord. Victor Taft and wife, spent several days the first r< the weA at Spokane, the gu.ste of Mr Taft’s brother. Jim Rey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 January 1906

V Economy ovkouvessaved b a strong point* with Hood's Sarsaparilla. A bottfe lasts longer and doei more good than any other. It is the only medidne of which lan truly be said • 100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR CHINESE ARE AWAKENING. Feeling Against American Exclusion Is Very Bitter. Oakland, Cal.—The Rev. Arthur Smith, a missionary In China, who has Just returned on the Siberia, Is TlsltIng friends In ths city. The mission- ary says: "The strong antlforelgn feeling in China Is due In large part to the defeat of Russia by Japan. The Chinese are awakening to the fact that they are not" a subject people. The feeling against the United States is very bitter because of the exclusion act. This feeling is heightened by Imaginary wrongs and exaggerated descriptions of Indignities heaped upon CSlnese In this country, as sent home by the Chinese in the United States. But China, as a whole, has come to the belief that it is easier and cheaper to carry on a negative war against the-iUnlted States than to a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 January 1906

>w I - V (Eolutnlrian. -■m sbflt C»piM Ifc. SobtcripUoo Prica tZM per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MOKTANA. JAKUABY 27.1»0«. YOL.IIL NEWS Of THE WORLD SHOUT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FBOM ' ALL PASTS OF THE GLOBE. FUNERAL OF MARSHALL FIELD. A Review of Happenings In Both Eaetern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. A plan Is under way for forming Into a combine all the big breweries of New York dty, according to the Journal of Commerce. The beer combine Is, It la said, to be composed of several smaller combines, each to be known as a "series," and to have a paid up capital of $U>tf6ej)6o. Announcement Is made of the suspension of the grain and commission firm of McReynoIds & Co., of Chicago, one of the best known firms on the board of trade. Miss Helen Could of New York city gave to an Investigator an analysis of a sample of a week’s mall received by her, showing the number of requests and what and how muc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 January 1906

e Columbian. FoauiBXD Evsjtr Saxcbday. f ' m, W. Z.AXOOXB, Editor and Owner. a a rim fB»«c»rmoii—»2.00 per,year in advance “Entered Feb. 2.1906, at Columbia Falla, Mont., -aa eecond claaa matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. Jan. 27,1 BOG. FOREST RESERVE. Tb# mania for creating Foreet Re aervee, on the plan of those now in ex* * iitence, ia becoming a positive menace >' (omtoral growth and prosperity of the '‘"weeUrn states. For every Indian Reserve thrown open to settlement in re- . ' Cent yeare, Hires to four times aa much . land has been closed to nettlemeni by the H creation of forest Bevervea. There is no sentiment in the west a- ■ f gainst fte’Wotection of mountain foreats by the government, if done intelligent'y and with due regard to the inter- '•’ •eatof the communities affected. There ,i' ~ is no goo^ reason why the agricultural t lands, included within the boundaries of (he reaervea, should not remain open to V .IsAttJehient. The numerous valleys in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 January 1906

(min Fitts m t SueunntgLlfykiCt, iDruyjr/s/s. FreshPRLGS, Nov Novelties. ii mm m iiiis m m .fmcrijiiits: aid Family Itcsyls a Sjudally. II10 MBS llPjp^ ' . / COUNTY NEWS. 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 doth we are showing. H. L My teed Mrot. t. S. BRYANT. Columbia F^ls, Mpnt. 1 The l J. (cubs. rr<X>’r. «K!MiK*®*0»<K*<WW* THE PALMS Celebrated Chocolate and Bon-Bons. Staple and fancy Groceries. Cigars and Tobaccos. Fresh Fndts, Confections. Stationery, School Snj^Mes. JaniMarissiiMaij!, tbraelittle babes were nestled in bed, "I’ll name Williapi, Willie and Bill,’’ mather said; Wide was her smile, for triplets they be, She leys her good lock to Rocky Mountain Tea. (Great baby medicine.? Columbia Falls Drug Co. Start tba New Year by lobtcribieg ^Of The Columbian. Patrick Walsh i« recovering from his recent attack of pneumonia. Ddnt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 January 1906

. * ' Eruption; The only way to get, i i the blood, i, stim- i kidneys, liver and ■kin. The medicine to take is Sr skin. The Hood’sSarsaparflla Which has cared thousands. ECUADOR IN REBEL HANDS. Overthrow of tho Ministry After Bloody Riot. atuyaqull.—General Alfero has occupied Quito. A Junta of notable t>er■ons met in the government palace here at 4 p. m. and formed a new government Vice President MorAo assumed the executive power, establishing the capital here and appointing a new ministry. Rioting followed. The people during the afternoon attacked the prisons, liberating the political prisoners, and afterward captured the police barracks, where the rioters obtained possession of a number of rifles and some cannon. Rifle shfith later were heard in all parts of the city, and the rioters became so bold that they attacked a cordon of military. Many persons were killed or wounded on both sides during the fighting. The newly appointed ministry, however, only lasted one hour....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 February 1906

f t ,* • ®hf Columbian. ■v~'m StofteUftea lie. SatacriyflM Prica tZJI far Ye COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. FEBRUARY 8,190«. YOL.ra. NC NEWS OF THE Wl SHOUT TELEGRAPH (TENS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Heppenlnge In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political .and Personal Events. T. W. Barnes will be appointed col' lector ot customs at San Diego, Cal. Emperor William's birthday was celebrated Saturday with the usual observances. In Berlin. By a vote of 130 to 108 the house waived the eight hour day law for alien labor on the Panama canal The order dismissing Midshipman Decatur from the naval academy was read out at dinner formation at the academy recently.' He left the grounds shortly after. Jack Olneau lies dead In the morgue at T6nopah, Nev., and George Cole, a member of the legislature from Nye county. Is shot through the arm as the result of a pitched battle between union And nonunion miners at Clifford's, on the Manhattan roa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 February 1906

Now that lha wrack ia in tl.a past, tbe 4aad and wounded cared for, tbe dabria removed and traffic resumed, tlie travalisg public will hava time to study and digest the object lesson famished by it. Two crack overland passenger trains, ' loaded with human freight, each moving at gbout 30 miles per hour, collided ' on a high grade or fill. Three men were 1 killed, aa many more dangerously hurt, \ gAd * lew-elightlr injured. The engines, , '• mail and express, and smoking cat-s, were wrecked and sosse of them knocked off the grads. No other car of^the 1 two long trains, wsa derailed or made '■ unfit for service. Beyond the nervous ' shock sustained, the manv passengers were unharmed. There was no explo ' eion or holocaust. The property loss, while great, was trifling aa compared with what would have been expected ^ l>r the public under the circumstances. The event demonstrates, as nothing else . would, or could do, the marvelous state ' of perfection! that has been attained...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 February 1906

»' •* V' OTEL GAYLORD— Sfrost Brut finest Ctpttppail Jfco&ei <n S^taihuad Ceumtf W ** ^ % MILLER & LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia Falla (omit 113 Diiuii a Suhijom to E. B. Sajdir l Co, 4 Dn/ff</ists. Fresh DRLGS^ New Novelties. Mptiou d Fuilj Esnipt; a Spstialij. Th# c#w machinery for the Parker, Zorti Lumber & Cedar Co., arrived Friday morning, and ia being unloaded from the cars. Services at the Methodist church Sunday Feb. 4, Sunday School at 10 a. m. Epworth League at 7 p. m. preaching at 7:30 Subject of the sermon: Railroad Wrecks and Other Wrecks, or Who is Responsible? Solo-Dream Of..Paradise, Mrs. Shoal. Dr. 3. T. Robinson received a telegram Tuesday morning stating that bis mother had been injured in a street car wreck at Denver, and departed the same day for that place. They never gripe or eirken, butcleanee and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowela. This is the universal verdict of the many thousands who gse DeW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 February 1906

iparllla ■ wid rertUlUei the blood i> the whole mtem. ntly cures ell blood , from pimples to eerofole. ! constltntlenel remedy for eai and dyspepsia. There Is no time of year when It U not more widely useful than any other medicine. These statements are confirmed dally by eared and crateful men and women. ( Over 40,000 testimonials in the last two yoare-an tmeanaled. unapproached record ! Kow put up In tablets, as well a. usual UnMfem. too Doses One Dollar. The Reporter’* Reason. "Why do you say "a blush crept oyer the face of t^e fair plaintiff?” asks the editor. “Because," explains the reporter, “there was so much powder on her face the blush bad to creep or else It would raise too much dust.”—Modern Society. In the southern Caucasus a traveler may still apply for food and shelter In any house and be sure of a welcome and the best available fare. The host takes care personally that nothing Is stolen. Yet the same host, when the guest has left his home, may follow and ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 February 1906

I m (Jolmn Irian. mi CapiM 10c. Subicriptlon Pric« S2M per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. FEBRUARY 10,190«. YOL.HL NO. SI. NEWS OF THE WORLD SBDRT TELE6RAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of' Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Hiatorical, Political and Personal Events. . COAL MINERS MAY STRIKE. All cable connection with Buena Ventura Is still Interrupted. Richard ,L. Ashurst has been appointed postmaster at Philadelphia, to succeed Clayton McMJchael. Admiral and Mrs. Winfield Scott Schley were in an exciting runaway accident, recently, at the National Capital. Mount Vesuvius Is In eruption from a fissure 400 meters In length on the right side of the mountain. It Is a magnificent sight. Public Printer Stillings has appoints ed'Charles S. Brown of Grand Rapids, Mich., to be chief Inspector of the government printing offices. Cameron A. Owens, assistant cashier of the W. K. Vandersllce Jewelry company of San Francisco, committ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 February 1906

ie (Columbian. Published Unit Saturdat. W//s on tc^ Seattle. ft. T. LAEliGKK, Kdltor and Owner. RATES: ■ »2.00 per year In advance *• Entered Feb. 2.1906, at Columbia lalli, Mont., aa second class matter, • iwdar Act of . Coourees of March 3rd, w Having scoured a suitable location in Seattle, Wash., I have decided to close out my entire less in JCadispell, Store Buildings and Lots in Whitef ' n "~ 3 r " J ~ n: - rr 1 ~ 'eats in Wilson Bros.' General Store at Somers, also my i... Poison, Mont; my residence, 119 Fourth Avenue East, also one Driving Mare, one Bubber Tired SATURDAY. Feb. 10. 1906. Get the Countersign. The following clipping is going rounds of the newspapers: “Parties wishing to enter a printing office at this season of the year should be governed by the following rules: “Advance to the inner door, give three distinct raps, and the devil will attend to your alarm. You will give him your name, poatoffice address and number of rears you are owing for the paper. You will ad...

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