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

r* OTEL GAYLORD 3 Cold Talks What fa ^Pneumonia? The Dm tor Huy* "an arrumutHtion of rolda” l>tr cent of the people—Eighty per cent of their time -aufr. r troiu col.lb {>. some format BfJier. It is tb* neglected colde that uUnnateiy shorten I lie. Counteract any tendency to i-hille by having a good cough mixture always hsndy; one which conuine namorphine or other injnrioo* element. Our cough mixture is a modem product—containing medicines which aid nature to fortify anti strengthen the By item against invading “bacilli" armies. Sample bottle 25 cts. 33est etntl Stinest Cqulpped Jifooel In ^latAeart County $ ir* Sr* ir» iF JF ^ MILLER £• LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia fall» Fay C'aylon and Tom Monroe, tfi toi-pinchetp arrived home this wee front th-ir South Fork campg, hrtngir with them five marten skins, as the n suit of one rub over their line <>f trap G H. Ellsworth and family departs for Whitedsh Thursday, where they wi make their home....

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 March 1906

"'t, ' • iSk'b-'±:' mM-' Ib certain if you take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. This great medicine cures those eruptions, pimples .and boils that appear at all seasons; cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema; adapts itself equally 'well to, and also cures, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles; cures rheumatism and catarrh; cures nervous troubles, debility and that tired feeling. ' 1 ‘ This is proved by thousands of testi- u monials, 40,866 by actual count in the ^'from Hood» s*r»«t>»rfu». which last two years—a record unprecedented in the history of medicine. •«..»e»ri«thT»r. itiaT»h»rstr.ii»th . _ ■ a *cd renewed he»llh. Thouwndl of Be sure to get Hcwd s Sarsaparilla. Uquid or Ublet», 100 Do«o» One DoUm. othor* l*U of ilmlUr evm, tlto com* of acroftiU ult rhoom. tarnna. etc. One of the best known houses In Korthamptonshire, England, was designed to represent the days, weeks and quarters of the year. It has four -ww.g^. i wings facing the four quarters of the ctirodby'a flr«imort...

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

§0he (fujltrabian. Siflgla C«9iM IU. SakicrtytiOT PHc« S2M par Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MARCH 24,1004. TOUIIL NQ. 87.1 A FATAL SNOWSLIDE ONE HEN KIUID AND PBOPERIY DESTROYED NEAR OORAY, COL Camp Bird Mining Company .4111 Dascroyed and Lom Will Be Over 1500,000—Tao Men Injured-and Second Slide O' curred In Evening, Making a Clean Sweep. Pueblo, Col., March 19.—A special to the Chieftain from Ouray eaye: A snowsllde at 1 o’clock Sunday morning killed one man, Injured two and damaged property belonging to the Camp Bird Mining company to the extent of 1500,000. William Cressey was caught In the slide and Instantly killed, and William Albright and a man by the name of Stlckney were Injured, but not seriously. The Camp Bird mill, Which had recently been Installed at a cost of over *400,000; the reading room of the mill and 14 strands of tramway were carried down with the slide. In the evening a second snowsllde occufred, which carried away the angle station, the shed building of the...

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

Coliambian. ] Evtsr Satusday. ■- V. LAKVQCK. M'*«r .nd Ow..T, MATSU VKCBimoii—fS.OO per year in advince .. S.1W, at Columbia . » second., daw matter, Second Street. Congress ol March 3rd, Xsan QQiisro to Seattle. Having secured a suitable location in Seattle, WasK, I have decided to close out my entire business in Katispell, Store Buildings and. Lots in Whiteftsh, Two Business Lots at Big fork, my interests in Wilson Bros.’ General Store at Somers, also my interest in C. E. Gates Mercantile Co. F « 05 Poison, Mont.; my residence, 119 Fourth Avenue East, also one Driving Mare, one Rubber Tired Buggy, one Two-Seated Carriage, one Cutter, my. Store Building and Eixtures, comer Main and SATOBIUY. March 1906. W. been announced that A. of Kalis pell, will be appoint- ed U. 8. MarshaU for the district of MonUna next fall, to succeed 0. F. Loyd of Bntte^ Mr. MerrlHeld has long been a personal friend of President Boosevelt. >tfcey being neighboring ranchers In ’IMtOtajreeca agOy a...

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

HOTEL GAYLORD «W JT/nej/ Cfuipped Jfoatl in ^atktaJ Cttmij # SF IF 5^ iF IF F ^ .MILLER £» LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia falls Cold Talks What ta Pneumonia? The Doctor Bays "•n atcnmoUtion of cold*” Eighty per emt ®(the people—ptr cent of their tltoe —soflfer from'colds in some form or o«bor. It is the neglected colds that oltimately shorten life. _ Counteract any tcndmcy to chill* by having » good cough mixture alwayt handy; one which conuine no morphine or other injurioo* element. Oar cough mixture 1* a modem product-containing medicine* which aid nature to fortify and strengthen 4 the system again*t invading “bacilli’’ armie*. Sampie bottle 25 ets. ffffiosyourJSilar? arva* R*C" FOe — ■» y4. sauuMw Hsi«h~\. No. 4. H. E. Eeimedy. !Mre. Talbott and daugliter Clark** were viritoreat Kaliapeil Monday. Jacob Neitzling r our efficient conrteblt, has gone to Spokaneon buainc**. The Columbian office ha* a nice stock of score card* and pencils and cord*. C. F. Laeuger ha* movedl into the ...

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

"WflJBKOf- jod’s Sarsaparilla HDESTOrEOTOWN We are often asked, Why does Hood’s Sarsaparilla so many cures of cases that seem to be almost beyond the reach of medicine? The answer is this, that this great medicine is enabled by the peculiarity of its formula to produce results unappreached by any other medicine, this peculiarity consisting in the balanced combination of the very best specifics for the blood, liver, kidneys, stomach, and bowels, namely, for the blood, Sarsaparilla, Stillingia, Yellow Dock; for the liver, Mandrake, Dandelion; for the kidneys, Uva Ursi, Juniper Berries, Pipsissewa; for the stomach, Gentian, Wild Cherry Bark, Bitter Orange Peel; for the bowels. Senna, Mandrake and Dandelion. * Sold by druggists everywhere. Get a bottle today. Usual form, liquid, or new form, tablets, 100 Doses One Dollar. Coffin's Prepared Codfish Dm Vlowt KeEij? of P th« Codflik rnetlml r*e«lpUlor grep»rin* oodflib In ▲akjronr grocer for It. Peeked only kj The W. H. Coffin FUh Co., Sea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1906

« Siofie Copies 10c. Subicriptloa Price SLM per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MARCH 30,1906. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eastern and Weatern Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The gunboat Callao has sailed from Can ton to cruise the West river. One of the heaviest snowfalls of the winter fell in Ohio Valley last Sunday. The battleship Wisconsin, at Manila, has received rush orders to sail for Shanghai. .. Former Mayor Ashbrldge, of Philadelphia. ode of the last of the Quay politicians, la dead. Chicago.—Richard Iveus. charged with the fnurder Oi Mrs. Bessie Hollister, 'was sentenced to hang. The mine strikers are returning to work at Lens. France, and an early termination of trouble Id expected. Fort Worth, Texas, has been flooded with counterfeit flO bills of the "Buffalo" type, closely resembling the genuine. Redvan Pasha, chief ot police of Constantinople, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1906

i« mm IpLI |flM0UIIIV> You-can'get ' Ito; SU»- ffhisfy k i y tijM miatmim ammintaiM -.. 1 Ml, PROP. marnUkmai StaNt.. Wilson OOLNO TO Seattle. Having secured a suitable location in Seattle, W&sh.,. I have decided to close-out nvy entire business in Kalispe.il, Store Buildings and Lots, in Whitefish, Two Business Lots at Big fork, my interests in Wilson Bros.’ General Store at Somers, also my interest in C. F. Gates Mercantile Co. ' Poison, Mont ; my residence, 119 Fourth Avenue East, also one Driving Mare, one BuBber Fired Buggy, one Two-Seated Carriage, one Cutter, my Store Building and Fixtures, comer Main and Second Street. THE ENTIRE STOCK OP MERCHANDISE Consisting; of Dry Goods, .clothihg,. Hats, Men’s Fur coats,. Ladies” fur coats„TaiIoE Made Suit*, Skirt*,, cloaks and Millinery.. The entire Stock MXTSTT BE SOED FOR CASH Regardless of Cost. Come and visit this Great Sale and be convinced. tiiat this is a Genuine Closng Out Sale. Il’S mim 811. Ml, R9QL Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1906

‘v-V/ ) HOTEL GAYLORD—— 3}**t ant! Sin+st Cquipped Jfoooi in JfymiAtmd CnmmQr W tr iF *r IF IF % MILLER & LEWIS Pro|)rktor» - - CokimbU Ealto Dainty Paper Personality— please find inclosed Ever notice the amount oi Individuality there is in one’s writing paper? A person of taste invariably uses “telling" paper—seem to inclose their personally in the envelope. Stylish Spring Stationery X*atest fabric finishes, in all styles—Tapestry JLinen. Irish Linen Highland Linen. Tulle Princess. Regal Lawn. Ktc. EATON HTJRLBUT—Ijatost dainty-two Particular (•Mfeta for particular people .... I Oct* to -lOctt* each Large aBaortoirnt School Tahletc Sets MouMthoU Kerrpda^ Xer ratifies (mi no* EYERYinilNG 60E8—IT’S UP TO YOU. 1 Doz. plates Johnson’s English ware ‘ Reduced from 1*79 tts r.RF Our spacious store is wanted for Hardware. Crockery r (Hass ware, at id China, Dinner Sets—.fU* must gp. We. are simply going stmt of the chinaware busi-ness^-every thing has to be sold, from vhe humbl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1906

•# m lg Medicine WANT DANCE HULS iiie best is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It le best because it does the most good. While it makes the blood pure, fresh „wv lively, it tones the stomach to bet- | ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimulates the IddWfeys 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 medi- cine always get ths best,- Hood S 1-•- w-.--*#- *\.m ffrvwt'a Siarnana Sold everywhCw. Uanld or tablets. 100 Doses *L a perfect sprimr medicine w give strengui «nu thoroughly purify the blood. Hood'. Sars.pa- • s good for my children as for myself. EAILT TSflUBLE IS LOOKED FOR IN RUSSIA. St Petersburg, Marob 29.—Despite the gOTernment’s assurance that another extensive outbreak in the immediate luture is impossible, the clouds are lowering and there are indications that a big storm may break before parliament meets. The resentment against the terribly repressive measu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 April 1906

♦ i • >r. , , . .• . _ - > ' •mr •' ' 1 * (Mtmbkn. Slade Copies 10c. Sn^scHpUoa Price $2.60 per Yeer. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. APBIL 7,1906. NESS OF it m 4-« ■ £ SHUT TELEfiXAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBL A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—NaUonal, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Klyo Sue Inui, a native of Kobe. Japan, has won the first prise in the annual oratorical contest at the University of Michigan. A. Naples, Italy report says: An automobile containing Mrs. Jannette Oiman and daughter and French chauffeur, ran over and killed Giovanni Fare, 13 years old. The ladies fainted from fright and the chauffeur ran away. He was. followed by carbineers and arrested. The house committee on public buildings and -grounds has agreed to report a public building bill carrying appropriations of $20,000,900. , As a result of the coal strike every paper mill in Wisconsin may be forced to shut down a conside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 April 1906

fv V ft m-: Wilson QOIMQ TO Seattle. Eceving’Oecurcd aisuitabl* location in Seattle, W<lth,,.I have deeided ta-close out my entir» btoifteet in miispell.jStore Buildings and Lots-in Whitejith, Two Butihes* Lots at Big fork, mjj interests in Wilson Bros.'. General Store at Somers* also my interest in C. R Gates Mercantile Co. Poison, Mont; my residence,119 Rourth Avenue East, also one Driving Mare, one Rubber Tired BuggV, one Tjvo-Seatcd. Carriage, one Cutter, my. Store Building and Fixtures, .corner Main.and. Second Street. ir m nfcihj Wit ENTIRE STOCK Of MERCHANDISE H y Ci^w iin mines mmmu M Will MPJ Consisting: oJ Dry Gbods„cIothing, Hats, Men’s Fur coats. Ladies’ fur coats. Tailor Made Suhj,jSkirtj, cloaks and Millinery.. The entire Stock MUST BE SOUD FOR CASH Regardless of Cost. 0)me and visit this Great Sale and lie convinced that this is a Genuine Closng Out Sale. Mi’s mm w, mi lour. ’Garries' a FiilK Line of Ererything Pertaining to the Trade. ^repairing Bodies For...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 April 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— <#»/* and &/>—* Clipped Jfooal in ttmiA*** C**Mty 9 ^ r* 9r IF r» v ^ [MIILLER LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia Pall* Dainty Paper XJolumbia 3>al/a ‘Drug Co, For Dainty People Personality please find inclosed Ever notice the amount of individuality there is in one’s writing; paper? A person of taste invariably uses “telling’’ paper—seem to inclose their personality in the envelope. Stylish Spring Stationery Latest fabric finishes, in all stvles—Tapestry Linen, Irish Linen Highland Linen. Tulle Princess, Regal Lawn, Jbltc. EATON HTJRLBUT—Luest dainty-two P»rticul»r i»blet» (or particular people 10cU to 40cts eai-h .Large aesnrtincnt School Tablets Sets TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. tio i ki m H <3. W. Hoot, preaidenl of the RentTrippct Lumber .Company arrlvad hare Saturday morning and on Monday took charge of tba work at the new milt alta, and with a crew of men i* mailing the work on the grounda. The machlnary W being unlo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 April 1906

I ig Humors SDREiu imle or effete matters accumulated in the blood during the winter cause in the spring spch disfiguring and painful troubles as boils, pimples, and other eruptions, also weakness, loss of appetite and that tired feeling. The best medicine to take to rid yourself of them is Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which thoroughly cleanses the blood, and effects permanent cures by giving healthy functional activity to the stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels and skin. This is the testimony of tens of thousands who have taken this great spring medicine. Accept no substitute for Hood’s Sarsaparilla, but in- sist on having Hood’s and get it today. Sold by druggists everywhere. ^ ^ „ form, liquitUor in new form, tablets, 100 Doses One Dollar^ FRENCH COAL MINER ENTOMED FOB 20 DAYS COME OUT AUfL ZION CITY OUSTS “ELIJAH” DOWIE Bemis Bags Are Best. Oat Wheat Barley Wool Flour Ore Sacks 3KSs“- Bemis Bn. Bag Co, Xuwfaotnmi »nd_lm porter* 1ZU-UU Colorado itreet, Seattle. Wash. tow**** ^ %**•%**&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 April 1906

Columbian. 1 Static Copit* ICc. SnbtcriptloB Price $2^0 per Year. COLUMBIA PALLS. MONTANA. APRIL 14,1906. VOL, in. NO. GITItS ARE RUINED MOUNT YKUTIDS SHOOTS OUT A RIVER OF LAVA. Molten Metal Coming Down the Mountain Side* Causes Grand Sight and Makes the Earth Tremble—Sulphur Smoke hovers Over Valleys—Thousands of Homes Swept Away. Naples.—Mount Vesuvius Is a colossal brazier and the town of Boscotrese, on Its southern declivity, has been transformed Into a gray Island ol-rutn | by the ashes from the crater of the volcano. Torrents of liquid fire, resembling, In the distance, serpenU with glowing yellow and black scales, are coursing In all directions, amid rumblings, detonations and earth tremblings, while a pall of sulphurous cmoke that hovers over all makes breathing difficult. The streams of lava are resistless. They snap like pipestems the trunks of chestnut trees hundreds of years old Slid blight with their torrid breath the blooms on the peach trees before the trees themselv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 April 1906

& ■ ; You canvcpet User Sun: alii] Sr i M CijH tunvtnmm SAIDW1CSSS AST m Set: i mu, ip. tt Xutv. Second Stmt. ** •■ *• Garries a Full Line of Iterything Pertaining to the Trade. ^repairing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 KALISPELL, MONT34£> Main Street. BANK of Columbia Falls "••ncral Banking Bualneca TransaotM Foreign and Domestic Exchange. BRAFT8 SOLD AVAILABLE IN ANY PART OF THB WORLD. ■AX.KAR L'EWIS, CeeMer NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Umieo nxn* Land Omcr, KAUarsu. Mnnt.. Mnich 16. 1906. KoMroif.hereby eiten thet Ihc followlngnmed eetllerbee filed notice of hla Intention to make flnel peoof In eupnort ol Me clelrn. end thet eeld proof will be made before Remitter end RecelTer U. S. Lend OtBce. et Kellipell, Mom on April 2*. 1*06. tU: * JOHN f». WXSB.. who mede H. -E. No. 1878 foe the NE'4 SEi;. LoUl, 6. 7. end 8, ecctlon 10, township SI north, rence » Wait, M. M. He names the following, witnesses to prose his continuous residence upon end cultlre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 April 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD SSest and Jiiwt Sguipptd in &atA*md Ct mm rnd equipped J(o**i in ^iaiA*md County ^ ir* ir' *-• SF % FILLER £* LEWIS Proprietors • - Colombia FalU The Pretoription * ~ House Tjolumbta J'alla Bruy Co. Fancy Stationery How about your eyes? Ever think •what it means to be deprived of your eyey? Do you appreciate them at their proper worth? You know how delicately they are construct ed—how carefully you ought to care for them? Carelessness may mean permanent injury and misery. Blindness is the saddest of all afflictions. To# tuts leltd free Special quality centred lenses, of any regular Focus. in our gold-filled, handsome and durable Speotfuiles With steel frames 50 cts. M Little Work C3LUKBIA FALLS, Big Results 77 REASONS Wbij eveni pro^ressive farmer should own the “Banner Llne w Plow i 7. It it adapted to the roil of thi» dinricV 2- !Sm eitherchlllrd or steel mouldboara. 3- C»n be used with 2 or 3 horses. Ji. Possertes Combination landslide and shoe. 5. Stron...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 April 1906

I re Blood zn 1L VIILIVA i if you take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. This great medicine cures those eruptions, ■“lee and boils that appear at all seasons; cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema; adapts itself equally well to, and also cures, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles; cures rheumatism and catarrh; cures nervous troubles, / debility and that tired feeling. . This is proved by thousands of testi- monials, 40,866 by actual count in the ^ ^Thoo<i . sumpuiii^ -hi-h last two years—a record unprecedented in the history of medicine. MM.aeuMf«i«r. itamb«rnran<th Be sure to get Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Liquid or Ublcta. MO Doom One DoU»r. NAVY YARD JOBS GO BEGGING. POOR OLD DOWiE DEKOUtffD BY OWN CBUBCBBEN. Mr». Dowle Applauds Bitter DSnunct ation of Her Absent Spouse—Gates Barred to John—The New Overseer Warns Followers no Glad Hand Must be Given Former Leader of KTofnU, salt rheum, edema, etc. OlltD CLOTWNC MedtnbbckorTdlosifarelkah of •rt wort. _ ‘ Look for the oee n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 April 1906

« A Columbian. 1 Slafle Copici 10c. Snbwriptloa Price $2.50 per Veer. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. APRIL 21,1906. VOL.III. NO. 41. EARTHQUAKE HIT SAN FRANCISCO Over 1000 Lives Lost by the Shock and Great Fires. San Francisco—This city was struck by an earthquake at 5 o'clock a. m., Wednesday The whole city is in ruins and all south of Market street is burning. WEDNESDAY NOON. pt etprea on Market itreet hare oc lift peed nad fire* are burning in all The Call and the Examiner building*, were ihaken down by the ^earthquake and are'in flame*. All the city aonth of. Market etreet is no fire. The big de partmen ocllapaed dheotions. Orer 6000 Urea are beliered to be lost. The water mains burat and the fire department ia trying to obtain water from the bay by a relay ayatem. Tbe Sunset telephone building ia on fire, and an exploeion blew off ita roof. Eight whole blooka oollapeed on the aonth aide of Market street and the flames are. approaching the Palace hoteLSA second shook at 10 o’clock thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 April 1906

WwT>-- ■ IE OLD RIA” You can get Mo® Sit wlu itj Sr- i StoS Cijir 41B i rt rsss WStH mmm in mt stt j« in 22 Bast. Second Street. Wilson GrOTN Gr TO Seattle. Having secured a suitable location in Seattle, Wash., I have decided todUos* out my entire business in Kalispell, Store Buildings and Lots in Whitejlsh, Two Business Lots at Bigfork, my interests in Wilson Bros.’ General Store at Somers, also my interest in C. F. Gates Mercantile Co. Poison, Mont.; my residence, 119 Fourth Avenue East,, also one-Driving Mare^ one Bubber Tired Buggy, one Two-Seated Carriage, one. Cutter, my Store Building and Fixtures, comer Main and Second Street. THE ENTIRE STOCK OE MERCHANDISE Consisting of Dry Goods^clothing, HMs, Men’s Fur coats. Ladies’'fur coats. Talk® Made Suitr, Skirt*, cloak*, and Millinery*. The entirae Stock MUST BE SOLD FOR CASH Regardless of Cost. Come and visit this Great Sale andi be convinced that this- is a Genuine Closng Out Sale: Mi’S BMiNT Slf, KiM,«. Carries a Fal...

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