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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 February 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— iLLjh'i'.M., [!- II HY '"•i' -i,•... &*** ""4 £in*st Cftttppad Jfooti in ■ZjatAaati Coimty 9 Sr* r* f' iF % [DULLER & LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia Palis (OUIM fills Did (0. Sitctuon U S. B. Snyiiri Co. %)ruyy/sfa. Fresh DRUGS, ■^s^s\s^s^s^s\s^ Mew Novelties* i {HUM STOK HWiH OS HM imtrij'ijjj id Fiffllj Hiisitls i Optri^ly. Ws iif=q B. P. Bartlegoo, manager of the State Mill, and Win. Bead, accompanied by their wives, departed Sunday for Spokane. Mr. Bartleeon attended the annual meeting of the Western Pine Shippers Association held at that city on Thursday. While engaged In skidding logs Wednesday afternoon, A. B. Lewis.met with a painful accident. He slipped and fell and his foot was caught between two rolling logs and badly crushed at the ankle. He came to town and as .Dr. Robinson was away, Dr. Tillett bandaged the foot, and he waa taken to Kalispell to conault a surgeon. It is feared a bone ia broken. They never gripe or sicken, but clea...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 February 1906

Hurrorr | IH | 8 | IE M8S over m » plmpkK. boll«. l.ivs. >rr"T>, or »omo other (onu of cruie : they exist In Ilia system. (HiiB* of weakness, laocuor. , or general debility, without t any breaking out. I Sarsaparilla expels them, renovates. and tones the whole system. Tbla t* the testimony of thousands annually. Hood’s Sarsaparilla la peeuliar to iUelf. Accept no substitute, but Insist on having Hood's and cot It today. Utjnld or tablets. 100 Doses One Dollar. QOOD SHOWS AT SPOKANE. Chinese Boycott Grows Worse Book Inga at the Spokana Theater for the Next Two Months. Tha bookings at the Spokane the- . ater for February and March are as follow*: February 4 and 5, "Human Hearts." February 6 and 7, "Baltimore Beau- ties." February 13 and 14. burlesque. February 18, Mgdame Frankenfleld company. 1 February 19, Max Dick concert February 20 and 21. "Imperial Bur- leaquere.” February 22, 23 and 24, English ‘Tbrrr-26. Pauline Hall. -I**®*! In command of February 28 and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 February 1906

Columbian. !**»■* Stefi* (Cc. Sofcicriptlon Price tZM per Veer. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. FEBRUARY 17.10O«. YOL.IIL NO. 82. NEWS Df THE MU SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In Both Eattern and Wectem Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. John Brady, 22, unemployed waiter. Is under arrest In St. Louis and has confessed to having stubbed 14 women slightly. He says he just felt a dfe sire to cause pain to any woman. Among the 188 members of the class which graduated from the United States naval academy at Annapolis last Monday, who shortly enter upon their two years’ service at sea before receiving their commissions as ensigns, are an unusually large'number of bright young westerners. President Loubet Saturday night gave a farewell dinner at the Elysee palace to the cabinet members and their families, a number of personal friends and the members of his staff. Mrs. Edward Lett and her three children w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 February 1906

•am ie Columbian. PuBtnnfi %:»«»» Satcmat. , LAKCOXR. K Alt or Wilson qouNTQ tq_ Seattle. Having atcwred a suitabl e location in Seattle MAMIM, •••twmoa—tf.00 p«r y*ot i* •d»*ne« “SaUrwl M>. t% M0$, *t CobimU* M-wooDd cImi matter, Otegreai of March 3rd, hOa. Meet ■ate Act ol SATURDAY. Fab. 17, IWA A QlUtA* COMBIX*. A copper-lead combine, with a capitaliiatlon o( more than aix hundred million dollara, it reported aa the reault of the much talked ol recent oegotiationa in Wall Street between the Amalgamated, Heinaa and other Intereeta. Thia induatrial enterpriao will rival the United Statee Steel company in magni tnde. Thia-com Woatioo ia of'peculiar ialereat to the Weat, aa ita ounee are chiefly in Montana, Utah and Arisona, with the big end in Montana. To pay dividends on auch enormoaa capitalisation the mines must be worked in auch a manner aa to benefit enormoueir the commnnitiea and state*- in are situated. There ia reason toheiisre, also, that ' other and greater bene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 February 1906

M S3 HOTEL GAYLORD— &»»* and Jto—t in C»*mty # SF r 1 iF «F IF ^ MILLER e. LEWIS Proprietor* - - CokrnbU EalU (OlHIi fMIS Dili (0. SucuuntoE. B.3&jii?lC<. ‘Druggists. fresh DRUGS, New Novelties. i wplste sri lira on im . .Fmcriptiiiu d Fusil; Mjls t Spedslt;. . Th« 6-ymr old con o( Mr. usd lfr». MacMillan of she Eart 8ido, wm kicked by a hone Uat Frldar end the aide of the little fellow’, face waa to bedlr cat that it required twelve atitchea to dreaa the wound. Hla father waa unhitching a (earn when the accident happened. W. H. Ryther ia aeriouly ill at hie hum- on the eaat aide. Mr. Ryther hak b-eii auiftring from conaumpUon for ■ome time ami gradually getting weaker n< lil aboni a week ago he waa compelled ; to remain in bed. At thia time hla con- dition lacnnaldered critiial. A man who once had rongh hornyhamla made them eofl and amootb with j Wi ch HumI Salve, but he uaed tha ! ip-nnin*—that bearing the name "E. C. : DeWitt ACo. Chi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 February 1906

# i Sarsaparilla tAer medicines. In merit, U iu It fans been, baa »p- 9 In tbe but two rear* than any prerlous two—over 40.000. It haa the aBldlneeoufidence of the peoplethc strongest proof of Its unequaled worth. It purifies the blood, cures all blood dlseasea. all humors and all eruptions. It Btrensrthena the stomach, creates an appetite and builds up the whole system. It cures that tired feeling and makes the wash strong. r in new tablet form, THEY WILL DEFEND CATHEDRAL. Catholics Arrange Reception for Troopa In French City. Montpelier, Prance, Feb. 12.—As a result of the religious controversy and last week's riota In end about the ca-' thedral, the city Is filled with greatly excited mobs, and clashes with the police are frequent. Trouble Is looked for when the au tborltlea attempt to take the Inven tbry, under the recently enacted religious law, of the fittings of the Fignan church, the parishioners of which declare they will kill anyone who attempts to enter the edifice withou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 February 1906

Columbian. Stress Stogte C«fiu 10c. Snkscription Price tZM per Veer. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. FEBRUABY 24,190«. YOL, HL BRILLIANT WEDDING ROOSEVELT-LONG WORTH NOP- : HALS AT WASHINGTON. Mott Distinguished People of Entire • G^bo Were Present—White House Decorated In Grand Style—Episcopal Marriage Service Used—Presldeht First to Greet Mrs-Langworth. A few moments of twelve Miss dainty boudoir on ot-tbe White Hot been assisted in ding' garment^ by and the little more and soon afterward followed by a great and surrounded A large room was set apart on the second floor of the White House for the reception of the presents, and this wa? filled to overflowing. The Roosevelts have many wealthy cor nections-, and the Longworths are allied to families of large fortunes in the middle west. Miss Alice Roosevelt, elder daughter of the president of the ' United States, was married to Representative Nicholas Longworth, of Ohio, at noon Saturday in , the East Room of the White House. '• The most dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 February 1906

(Columbian. EvutT Satvbdat. U. 9. X.AKCOKK, Editor «md Ow.»r. fast JtA TSSt Jon—$2.00 per year in *dv»nc« fob. 2,1905, »t ColnmbiA It., M second class matter, Act of Congress ol March 3rd, 8ATDRRAY. Feb. 24, 1906. FABMElt'R INSTITUTE. On Wednesday erening, Feb. 28, at Main's Hall, in Colombia Falls, Prof. W. J. Elliott, of Montana Experimental Station, Bowman. C. F. Dellman, o< Missonla, and £. Brooks Martin, of Bowman, will bold aFarmer’a Institute. ?beae gentlemen come here at the expane* of the state to give the farmers • of tfaf Flathead the benefits of what $hey hare learned about land tillage, and the production of things useful on the farm, in the garden and the orchard, onder a syatem of experiments conducted at public expense, on a far more extended and elaborate scale thalTlndi- ’ vidoal fanners could establish and main- 1 tain. Wilson aonsTG to Seattle. Having scoured a suitable location in Seattle, Was\,, I have decided to close out my entire business in Kalis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 February 1906

V HOTEL GAYLORD— SBatf mm/ Sinnt Jt***/ im ttmtAtad Comnijf 9 ir» it' tr IF IF % MILLER & LEWIS Proprietors - > Coiambi* Fall* (WOlli fMIS Dm (0. fewiHni«L&5a^wJC«, 'Druggists. Fresh DRUGS, New Novelties. i cdhpleii mi mu oi im Keminda Ua. lire* o( editor* remind d« Honeet toll aUnde little chance, The more we work we leare behind ua Bigger patch** on onr pent*. On our trouaera onee *o atjliab Now are atripe* of varied hue, All because aubaCriber* tarry And don't pay ua what Indue. Then let them be up Hod doing, Send year mite however amell, Or ere the wind* of wtnUr.leave n* We will have no pants at alL A man who once had rough horuyhanda made them aoft and smooth with Witch Hazel Salve, but he used the genuine—that bearing the name “E. C. DeWitt ACo. Chicago." for sore*, boils, cuts, burns bruise*, etc., it has no equal and affords almost immediate relief bom blind bleeding, tching and protruding pile*. Sold at Kennedy's Drug Store. Dont forget t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 February 1906

■ fre« from it ao slowly aa to cause little if during the whole period of r.then produce dyspepsia, catarrh. ~ !ncy to consumption, before f in much cutaneous eruption or glandular swelling. It Is best to be snre that you are quite free from It and you can roly on Hood’s Sarsaparilla to rid you Of it radically and permanenUy. Accept no substitute, but Insist on haring Hood’s. Liquid or tablets. 100 Doses *L The crar's daughter has one of the finest collections of toys In the world, which have been sent to her from Paris. London and Berlin. The prince and princess of Wales generally give the children sensible and Inexpensive toys, and when the little ones weary of them they are sent to one of the children's hospitals. Catarrh Cannot be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATION'S, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and in orderto care It you must take internal remedies. Hall’a Catarrh Cure ia taken internally, and aeta directly on the blood ...

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

•N fhe Columbian. Slack Ctpiu Uc. Snbicriptloa Pric* SIM par Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MARCH 3,190«. VOL, m. HO. 84, NEWS OF THE WORLD SflOKT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARR OF THE GL06L Both A Review of Happenings In Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The slnoerest gratitude Is expressed at Toklo on all sides at President Roosevelt's appeal to the American nation for assistance for the sufferers from famine in Japan. His action Is appreciated as the timeliest mark of America's unvarying friendship. Captain Samuel Kuhns, aged 101, and Mrs. Sarah Jackson Crawford, 100 years old, residenU of Loralne county, have Just been married at Marysville, Ohio, after an intermittent courtship of more fhan- 60 years. The bride is a relative of Abraham Lincoln. » President Roosevelt's letter to President Palma-tendering his thanks to the Cuban congress for Its generous wedding gift to his daughter, said that the sentiments d...

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

-bian. r Satprday. Kdltor and Owner. MATtSs - #*««ciurnoN—12,00 per year in advance .“Entered Feb. 2.1906, at Columbia Falla. Mont., as second class matter, toadar Act of Congress ol March 3rd, SATURDAY. March 3, 1906. Hurrah for the Sooi It is haaded this way. The gentleman who is in a position to know, but who for obvious reasona does not want his name mentioned, has made revelations to the Havre Pialndoaler, which, in a large measure, have been confirmed by the Hon. W. Q. Conrad in the Great Falls Tribune oRhe 28th of February. May the Plaindealer’a fame as a news purveyor gather new lustre as time proceeds. In this connection the Columbian again desires to call attention to that well known hole in the wall, callBad rock canyon, the jiaiural gateway to the Flathead valley. Senator Clark, it is said, will here the aupport of ail parties and factions in Montana to return to his seat. Yes, but it will be in Arizona or New York, but not Washington, D. C-eat. According to the ink-rout...

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

HOTEL GAYLORD— &9st and JCfnest Cyuippad Jfoaei in fiathnad Co. 2# MILLER £» LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia Falls (OIUIM fHll5 Did (0. Sioomon to E, B.8ajiirlCo. ^Druggists. Fresh DRUGS, New Novelties, i mm m mn n im irjimptitu! ad Faailj EsEeijis a Spstiallj. 5 m, SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES *■ n. t. Kiton Hit a DompMe 1m ol jCadioo’, Children’s SSoy’o and 97fen‘s Shoes ■JCadios Slav#3, 'ZfAo jCaryott Clock Jewelry in TJown. li L My .The T.UoMte, iy DIS- «0 MORE TOOOTLE WITH COCST TICKETS ¥oo *et (fee 1mmedial* Benefit. Every•tbinn enbject t* dtocounl llA*KBO DOWN TO OA8H BASIS. IRertfe* bolding diecount tickeU may >eall and get lh*ir6 p*r cent, in ea»h. staple auQ fancy Groceries. Cigars and Tobaccos. Fresh Fruits, Confections. Stationer, School Supplies. 1m Fife lokta ii hdaip. WHEN IN K1A.LI8PELL About two in the* ol anow fell her* Monday night. With a freeze-up now •leighing would be fine in tbia vicinity. Mr. and Mre. Ainewortb, ol Kaliapell, have occepied ...

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

JE MAN. I to Lift Streetcar Wreck. - dispatch says: When ~ crashed together on at Forty-second street. Hippodrome, they blocked and tangled up traffic. A press agent saw his golden opportunity and ordered his Hippodrome elephants to the rescue. Many persons were slightly bruised and cut by the flying glass, but all were extricated without much trouble from the wreckage except Hugh Klornan, who was held a prisoner under the trucks of two cars. | At a word of command from the trainer the four big brutes bent down their heads, got their trunks under the wreckage and brought the trucks up about six Inches and the man un-, derneath was dragged out and hurried ' off to the hospital. His right leg was crushed. The elephants also moved the wrecked cars around out of the | way so that street traffic could be re- j sumed, and then walked In a single flle-back to the show house. Spring Impure or effete matters accumulated in the blood during (he winter cause in the spring such disfiguring and ...

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

t .. ‘v * * m 4 (Colninlrian. i Caftai Itc. takccrifttoB Prtca %ZJ» par Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MARCH 10,10O«. Youm. *0.85. NEWS OF THE WORLD SUIT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenlnge In Botl) Eaatern and Western Hemisphere* During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Event*. Former Governor James H. Hogg of Texaa died at Houston recently. Nearly 2000 refugees from Russia arrived In New York last week. The English king was glveh an ovation by crowds and officials at Paris. Resistance to the making of Invencorlea of church property continues in the French provinces. The fierce storm which swept over North Dakota the last three days of last week, blockaded all the trains. Charles W. Ward, the Boston attorney who shot himself at Los Angeles with suicidal Intent, died soon after. A severe gale which prevailed recently and did considerable damage along thp waterfront at San Francisco. In connection with the coming International ...

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

f ibian. d Evest 8*tcrd*v. Wilson gaping to.. Seattle. LAKDOER, Editor *nd Owner. KA TEH: ' r.os—»*.00 per ye*r la «dv»nc«s Feb. 2,1905, »t ColumbU Mont., m second chws matter, Act Of Congress oj March 3rd, SATURDAY. March 3, 1906. WAR I* IMWIRFNT. For sereral week* last past diplomatic fencing the Algeciraa conference on Moroccan affairs, under old school tactlos, between France and Germany, has disturbed the repose of the peacably inclined citisens of those nations. The accute stage has at last been reached. Franc# says she has readied the limit of Concessions in the interests of peace. Germany spurns the concessions of France, Both nations are making active preparations for war. The powers hare virtually abandoned hope of peace. The United States is likely to be requested to attempt mediation. - Having secured a suitable location in Seattle, W'asK., I have decided to close out tny entire business in Kali spell, Store Buildings and Lots in White fish, Two Business Lots at Big fork...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 March 1906

-f•- • ‘ W- «. ■ nOIH GAYLORD fpw,......’ m ~-W Gfuippri JKo—d in JimtA*m4 Cmutty ^ IT* lF IT^ IF iF IF ^ FILLER e. LEWIS Proprietor* - - Colombia fall* ■ lOili filii dsiiq a Sscution to E, B. SajdirlCo. ^Druggists. fresh DRIJGS^ New Novelties. i cram iimTcnm . .Pfsitriplius us Finily Eitsipis i Cpsdillp.'. We never leeft milkmen’* hor*e* witE 1 - out admiring tlx-m lor their coorage. Think of llie women ther lea coming out in th*ir kitchen cIoUm* withont running awav. Major S. Allen and John Mealoa, of Browning, were in town several day* this week, on their war to Eureka, where Mr. Allan will spend aome time at hi* ranch. The divorce caae brought by Ida May Snyder against Geo. E. Snyder, of Belton, last week, waa diamisaed, and the procerdlnva were renewed and disposed of Ihil week at KaH.pell, A division of property resulted and a divorce granted. The Parker, Zorai Lumber Com parry on Monday started work on the erection of their new saw mill. Thera la a crew o( men at work clearin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 March 1906

Bm, ing Medicine The best is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It is the best because it does the most good. While it makes the blood pure, fresh and lively, it tones the stomach to better digestion, creates an appetite, stimulates the kidneys and liver, gives new brain, nerve and digestive strength. An unlimited list of wonderful cures — 40,366 testimonials in the past two years—proves its merit. In buying medicine always get th* bestget Hood S. thoroucblr purify the blood. Hood 1 * 8*rm*l>* Sold everywhere. Liquid or tablets. 100 Doses It es good for my eklldren u for myself." Car Bama Make Big Fire. New York. March 6—The Fortysecond street car barns of the Metropolitan Street Railway company were destroyed by lire Sunday night One man, said to have been an employe of the company, lost his life and several persons were injured, a fireman serl- - ously. Between 30 and 40 cars were destroyed. The total damage Is estimated at more than *200.000. Tacloban Is Destroyed. Manila, March 6.—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 March 1906

o A A V Columbian. Sabtcrlytloa Prica S2H p«r Tear. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MABCH 17,190«. KILLED BYEXPLOSION OVER 1100 UVES LOST IN COAL HINES IN NORTHERN FRANCE. Death and Deatruction Followed By Terrific Fire—Flamea Balk Rescuera —Thoueanda of Weeping Women and Children, Whoae Kin Are Entombed, Stunned By Awful Dleaeter. Paris, March 11.—A mine catastrophe of Incalculable horror and magnitude has stricken the great coal center of northern France. An explSslon of Are damp at 7 o'clock Saturday morning carried death and destruction throughout the network of coal mines centered In Courrleres and fire followed the explosion, making rescue difficult and almost Impossible. The Intense excitement and confusion. In the rlclnlty prevented early estimates of the exact loss of life, but a dispatch received gave 1219 miners entombed and probably lost. Later dispatches give more than 1200 dead. All France has been profoundly shocked by the magnitude of the disaster,; which Is said to.be the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 March 1906

. i.00 per year in advance Feb. 2,1905, at ColnraMa Mont., aa, second class matter. Act of Contreu of March 3rd, SATURDAY, March 17, 1900. The policy of President Roosevelt in regard to the forest reserves, has been tbly set forth in a teller from ijirasler Gifford Pinrhot to Dr. Arthur Morrow of Kalir-pell. The letter states that should any land be found isors valuable fcr agriculture than for timber, U will be promptly opened for settlement, and excluded from the reserve. Mr. Pincbot states that the object of the forest reserve is to continue the ownership of the timber in the government, and to protect it for use o! a greater nbmber of people, than there woo Id be if the ownership were to puts into the hands of individuals. Columbia Falls is again forging to the ‘front, and will soon be recognised as the center of the saw-mill industry of the 'state. The old reliable 8rm of Olaon & Peteraon are preparing to put in a modern well equipped saw-mill. Parker 'A Zoral Co. a...

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