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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 April 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD 32eat •ndJinnt Equipped Jfoaet in J^iatAead Ci *r *r §n ' ~r/arAead County r* IF" % MILLER £n LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia falls Zhe Prescription Hon Sr. Tjo/umhia S'aih *Drug 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 ■Aery. Blindness is the saddest of all afflictions. T« ffc total fiw Special quality centred lenses, of amj regular Fbcus—in our gold-filled, handsome and durable Spectacles With steel frames 50 ots, 51.00 Strong and Light COLTCBIA FALLS. We are Sole Agents Tjhe banner jCine T/Joana cf {Perfection” in {Plows - ■ • • Sn ous dost toeeJk's ad wa mentioned a few o/tAe goad points It wocrid sound to much IIreiterar . tion to qo on in endless praise. We Want goo to come and talk it over • with us. PAY US A VljBIT. You don’t need to ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 April 1906

HP ^ S' Sarsaparilla • are often asked, Why does Hood’s Sarsaparilla so many cures of cases that seem to be almost 1 the reach of medicine? The answer is this, that this great medicine is enabled by the peculiarity of its formula to produce results unapproached 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. EATHER. WI5D0M! THE ORIGINAL l32 SLICKER BLACK OB YELLOW WILL KEEP W DRY NOTHING ELSE WILL TAKE NO SUB5T1TVTCJ ALOOUCS met L. LINC or OAMMCftn AHP MATO. A. 4. TOWER CO..OOOTON. MAM..V.OJI OWtll CA...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 April 1906

V Columbian. Siaflt Copin 10c. SatecrlptloD Prico $2.50 per Year. •COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. APRIL 28,1906. VOL. in. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHBIT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS 8F TIE GLOBE. Review of Happenlnge In Both Eastern and Western Hemiepheree During the Past Week—National, Hiatorlcal, Political and Peraonal Events. As a result of a powder explosion about 18 miles west of Midway, B. C. five Italians and one colored man were Instantly killed .and six Italians w more or less seriously wounded. The men'were engaged on rock work In cut No. 3, and the explosion was from a missed hole. The Chicago, Burlington £ Quincy railroad, Darius Miller and Claude O. Burnham, of the road, were found guilty in the federal court at Chicago of granting rebates In violation of the law. The corporation was fined $40,000 and the two officials $10,000 each. J. D.'Hanna, a prominent sawmill owner of Bay Mlnett, Ala., was robbed In Montgomery of securities' estimated at $600,000. They were In a satchel and ...

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Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 April 1906

Wilson aoii^o to Seattle. i “THE OLD JRIA” You can-get IToob; Stills- wti hy 5r t C:ii Cigar AUO A K6 FUS L7SCH unwms aht ms set 22 B*«t. 8«cond 8tre«t. Carries-a Full Line of Everything Pertaining to the Trade. Having secured a su itable location in, Seattle* Wash., I Jtavr. (lidded to close out in;/ entirebusiness in Rali.spcll, Store Buildings ami Lots in WhiUfiah, Tiro Husiness Lots at BigforJc^mi/ interests in Wilson liras.’ General/ Store at Somers, also my-interest in C. F. Gates Mercantile Co, Poison, Mont.; my residence, J10 Fourth Avenue Last, also one Driving Mare, one Hubbcr Tired Hnggy . one Two-Seated Carriage,.one Cutter, my. Store Building and Fixtures, corner Maiiuand Second Street. TI1E ENTIRE STOCK OE MERCHANDISE Consisting of Dry Goods, clothing, Hats, Men's Fur coats, Ladies’ fur coats, Tailor Made Suit*, Skirt*, cloak* and Millinery.. The entire Stock MUST BE SOLD EOR OASH Regardless of Cost. Come and visit this Great Sale and be convinced that this is a Genuin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 April 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD ypM'r..; Tifflir Jiost and J^inast Cquippod Jfcooe/ in ^latkoad County & ^ sF ^ ^ iF F ^ 1SLLLR ^ LEWIS Proprietor* - - Columbia foil* xs The Prescription House Clean Pure' Drugs Z>olumbm &a/h ‘Druy o. Prescriptions importance of pure ‘Drugs and accuracy Treat a prescription with the :o shtence its delicacy demands; it probab y co. t your : o:tor hours of deep thought and study. fts dangerous to hand it to an unqualified druggist; besides why take the rH wher a qualified chemist is at hand. •£? '"r- j—, • % Spring novelties in Stationery Hovels -Latest, by best writers. The largest and best assortment of Fishing Tackle in the city—no old goods Strong and Light -CmBIA FALLS, IFe are Sole Agents I TJ/ie SDt anner JCene 97/eano ‘‘{Perfection” in {Plows fn ous iast weoJc’s ad um mentioned a few of he yod points It would sound to much like reiteration to <^o on in endless praise. We Want i|ou to come and talk It over with us. PA...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 April 1906

Medicine HAD TO BURN ALL THE DEAD.' 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 $et the best,— Mrs. S. n. C»rleton. Ayer. Mass., ws: " For ' * perfect ipring medicine to cive strength and get Hood S. thoroughly purify the blood. Hood's S&rsspsSold everywhere. Umtg or tablets. 100 Doom U. »s good for my children as for myself. ’ FRISCO BADLY NEEDS PLUMBERS ✓ Californio Worker* Are Summoned to San Francisco. Dr. Regglnsberger; president of the state board of health, wishes the Associated Press to make It known throughout California that plumbers are needed at once In San Francisco. They must bring their own tools. Their tools...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 May 1906

L-J-j# (Mtambkit - .M T: m. 5i B (ic Copici 10c. SnbKriptioo Price $2^0 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MAY 5,1906. VOL.IH. NO. ELEVEN UVES LOST DISASTROUS WRECK ON N. P. NEAR IliSDULA. Runaway Freight Train of 44 Cara of Lumbar Jumped the Track, Caught Fire and Waa Completely Deatroyed — Two Trainmen and Nine Trampe Perlah In Flamea. Missoula, Mont, April 30.—One of the most disastrous wrecks In the history of the Rocky Mountain division of the Northern Pacific railroad, ta ; ▼olrlng a loss. It Is believed, of 11 lives, occurred at about 6 o’clock Sunday evening on the mountain about 11 miles _ west of Missoula. A runaway freight train of 44 cars of lumber Jumped the track, caught fire and was completely destroyed. Engineer L. D. Sterne and Fireman Charles E. Julllerant, both of Missoula, are supposed to be dead and burned, for they have not been seen since the moment the train left the track. Rear Brakeman O. A. Murphy was seriously Injured and It Is feared that he will not sur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 May 1906

Wilson GOING TO Seattle, Jfaving secured a sibitablkluoatiou in Seattle, Wash.,. I have decided to close out nu/ianUtH business in Kalispell, Store Buildings and Lots in Whiteflsh, Two Business Lots at Big fork, rny 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 Rubber Tired Fuggy, one Tjuio-Seated Carriage, one Cutter, my . Store Building and Fixtures, .earner Main,and Second Street. OLD MIO&OIJRIA” You can g^t Mess m fflikij Ttte ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE Or i y Cigar Also k iis m im 5AMWICSES m ms Set 22 Ea»t, Second Stmt. Consisting of Dry Goods,,dothing,.Hats, Mentis Fur coats,. Ladies*' fur coats. Tailor Made Suit*, Skirtj, cloakj and Millinery.. The entire Stock MUST BE SOEI> FOB CASH Regardless of Cost. (?ome and visit this Great Sale ani be* oonvme- ed that this is a. Genuine Closng Out Sale; U( parries a Foil Line of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 May 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— antt Sqvipptd Jfo**/ in J^tmtAraei Ct Ton*/ tn Lnuntf lr tn IF % IILLER & LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia falls The Prescription House Clean Pure Drugs TJolumbia Salta 'Drug Co. Prescriptions importance of pirre 'Drugs and accuracy Treat a prescription with the consistence its delicacy demands; it probably cost your doctor hours erf deep thought and study. Its dangerous to hand it to an unqualified druggist; besides why take the risk when a qualified chemist iiat hand. Spring noveltie* In Stationery No reli -Latest by best writer*. The largest and best assortment of Fishing Taokle in the city—no old goods. Garden Goods Hardware Only MMi rua. IV othinp; is more productive Of pleasure and profit than gardening. You have your qreen stuff always at band; your flowers for purposes; your pretty garden walks, and most Imporn ta»f off all a health giving occupation. The Influence of a pretty garden On ones mind and health cannot he over estimated of course you I or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 May 1906

Sarsaparilla^ os {he blood up the whole eystom, f and permanently caret all blood i pimple* to tcrofnlv r It U the beet constitutional remedy tor caTheye la no time of year when It Is not more widely useful than any other medicine. These statements are confirmed dally by cured and grateful men and women, f Orcr 10,000 testimonials In the last two yean—an unequaled, unapproachcd record I ' How put up In tablets, as well as usual liquid form. 100 Doaea One Dollar. WET WEATHER COMFORT “I have used your FISH ^RAND Slicker (or fire years and can tnilhtuHy sey tkst I nerer hare Sal anything give me to much comfort and aatlafactlon. Enclosed , find my order for another one.” (hauc Amo Aooatsa on avp'.icat'on) Too can defj Iho hardest storm with Tower’s Wjierproof Oiled Clothing amt Hats. Biffct Awari fftrld’g Fair. 1904. OUR GUARANTEE IS BACK OF THIS •ION OF THE FISH A.j.rowE/i co. rcrtWERs Boston, tf. 8. A. . TOVfir CANADIAN CO. foto'rO. CAUDA Chicagoans Moving. There are 60,000 families ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 May 1906

Columbian, ■3 Sialic Coplci 10c. Subwriptioa Price $2J0 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MAY 12,1906. VOL.m. NO NORTH YAKIMA FIRE LOSS IS ESTIVA FED AT NEARLY $200,000, WELL INSURED. Northern Pacific Freight Depot and A Block of Wholesale Houses Went Up—Man and Boy Injured—Change In Direction of Wind Saved Town From Destruction. • North Yakima, Wash., May 6.—Fire has wiped out a block of wholesale warehouses bounded by the Northern ~ Pacific right of way, Selah street, A street and Yakima avenue, entailing a loss of 1200,000, only partially covered by insurlance. The NOrthem Pacific freight depot was entirely consumed. It was filled with freight and the company Is the heaviest sufferer from the fire. For a time It appeared as If the western part of the city would go, but a change in the wind saved this section by hard work. The Northern Pacific passenger depot was saved, which prevented the big buildings on Front street from catching fire. Thomas Clemain, a 14 year old boy, ynw st...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 May 1906

~ —i I, : — . - .1. ~■ ■ ■ • ■ —*■ - * x —~ ■ - ■ — Wilson gotng to Seattle. Having secured a suitable location in Seattle, Wash., I have decided to close out my entire business in Kalispcll, Store Buildings and Lots in White fish. Two Business Lots at Big fork, my interests in Wilson Bros.' General Store at Somers, also my interest in C. F. Gates Mercantile Co. fiolsiin, 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 Fixtures, corner Main and Second Street. AT “THE OLD MIMOURIA” You can get fa fa wfay THE ENTIRE STOC i OE MERCHANDISE Pf A M Cigu P A 1» FREE mCH unwiciEs m m set ; M CM, HP. Consisting of Dry Goods, clothing, Hats, Men’s Fur coats. Ladies’ fur coats. Tailor Made Suitr, Skirts, cloakj and Millinery. The entire Stock MUST BE SOLD FOB CASH . Etut, Second Street. .? r \m. ■ i t ~'r i~—•i..-.. - r. ■ ■ Regardless of Cost. Come and visit this Gjjreat Sale and be convinc- ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 May 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— ipj Pj|v t ' 11 . ■ pife'm 11? •• ancf Jf/n*sf Squippod Jftoobl in ^JatMoad County $ iF iFT iF IF % [DULLER £* LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia Falls rre.™i’ P Ho» “Columbia 3alh aoU ’ t •Dray Co. ^ Prescriptions 'importance of pure *Drugs and accuracy Treat a prescription with the consistence its delicacy demands; it probably cost your doctor hours of deep thought and study. Its dangerous to hand it to an . unqualified druggist; besides why take the risk when a qualified chemist is at hand. Spring novelties in Stationery Novels-Latest by best writers. The largest and best assortment of Fishing Tackle in the city—no old goods. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. Next Friday will he the closing day of the pressnt terra of onr public schools. Generally this is a sad event (?; with the pupils and parents, and also with others mole or iete intoreated. We can prohably expect a raise ia the river on or it boot the 18th inat, as a spell of damp weather U aitnoet certain. All the latest maga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 May 1906

STATES SENATOR I SOUTH CAROLINA PE-RU-NA PAY INSURANCE ON FRISCO IFIRE £ San Franciaoo.—Financial interests hare centered in the announcement made by the insurance companies that in the immediate future they would pay the losses of the fire sufferers. It is beliered that most of the money will be put into general circulation. To a great extent the work of demolishing wall and clearing away debris has been posponed because of the doubt regarding the attitude the insurance companies would take. The work of contracting and wrecking companies has been deferred awaiting such a dell nite statement made by the insurance companies. This action will relieve 0 j the people of the oitjr as no other means ! could. This news was welcome not | only to policy holders, but also to the ! banks that have been doing their best for the public with the resources at their immediate command. FLOOD OURS IN CHINS Commonly cause pimples, boll», hires, enema or salt rheum, or some other form of eruption; but ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 May 1906

-—■V ■ Stale Copiti 10c. Subscription Pries KM per Ysnr. COLUMBIA FALLS*. MONTANA. MAY 19,1906. NEWS OF TOE WORID SHUT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FEQI All PAITS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happeningt in Both Eaetern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Person!! Events. Alfred Anderson was shot and killed recently by Chief of Police McKensle at Tonopah. The physical condition of John Alexander Dowle Is said to be nearing a critical stage. San Francisco may Increase saloon licenses when they reopen. Henry G. Ooll, assistant cashier of the First National bank of Milwaukee, found guilty of misplacing funds and making false entries In the books of the bank, has been taken to Fort Leavenworth, Kan, to serve his 10 years’ sentence. Natallan tcoops under Major Murray Smith have had a brush with . the Kulas tribe In the Helpmaker district. The rebels were badly beaten, 30 of them being killed. The Natallans suffered no losses. At a large meeting of striking sea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 May 1906

IAT You con get Hoot Skint wiitktj Si t M Sign iki i w rm iracs unnms u? on set ,.. JIM dfm PROP. 22 Eut, Second Street. ■v —^ /,x -“ f Carries a Full Line of " Everything Pertaining to the Trade. > Preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 KALISPELL. MONT 340 Main Street. BANK of Columbia Falls Banking Buaineaa TranaaotaC .— Foralgn and Domeatle Exchange. fi DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE IN ANY PART OF THE WORLD. . HAZ-lf AB X.EWZS. Cn.hlrr Wilson Q-OTNG TO Seattle. Having secured a suitable location in Seattle, Wash., I have decided to close out my entire business in Kalispell, Store Buildings and Lots in Whitcflsh, Tfro 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 Fast, also one Driving Marc, one Rubber fired Buggy, one Two-Seated Carriage, one Cutter,' my Store Building and Fixtures, corner Mam and Second" Street. / THE ENTIRE STOCK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 May 1906

I10TEL GAYLORD— S&trsi and &inq3t Gqu/ppod SVo9ftl in J’tathaad Count]/ W ft 0 tn ftr aF tr Hr* % MILLER & LEWIS Proprietor* - - Colombia Fall* The Prescription. House TJolumbia S’alh Bruy Co. Clean Pure Drugs Near to Natures heart Followers of Isaac Walton are busy thi’iisliiflfi; the water for the sporty trout. Fteliing is luxury if you use tackle that will land the fish hooked. iSTp “last season” stock Big assortment of reels, lines, hooks, etc. Com© and look over the seasons novels-'Seasonable and Reasoable ONLY PRESCRIPTION HOUSE IN TOWN. Garden Goods coiram FALLS. Hardware Only i Nothing is .Xxiore prodnetive Hf plea*me and profit than gardening. You have your qreen stuff alwag* at hand; your flower* for purpose*; your prettif garden walks, and most Important ot dN a health giving occupation. The Influence of a pretty garden On one* mind and health cannot he over estimated of course you / or 2 simple Sarden TOOLS and in these it pays to buy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 May 1906

The police at Tlflis discovered an underground storehouse containing 250 loaded bombs. Mrs. Charles Carlson, an employe of the Billings loundry, had her left hand completely cut off while trying to save time going home by crawling under a freight train. Mrs. Carlson had got almost across when It started up with a quick jerk. Coming Events. June 12. 13 and 14. grand lodge of Washington. F. and A. M. June 15 and 16, grand chapter, Order of Eastern Star. June 18 and 19, Grand Royal Arch chapter. June 19, grand council, Royal and Select Mastefs. June 20 and 21, grand commandery, Knights Templars of Washington. I. O. O. F. grand lodge, Portland, Ore.. Mhy-,23. Washington State Sportsmen’s association, Spokane, May 24-26. Washington State Dental society, Bellingham, May 24-26. Idaho State Sunday School association, Idaho Falls, May 30. I. O. O. F. grand encampment and Rebekah assembly. Seattle, Wash., June 4-7. Washington State Grange, Spokane, June 5-6-7. Annual encampment Whitman and La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 May 1906

» Columbian, SlaU Coplti 10c. Subscription Price $2.50 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MAY 26, 1906. NEWS BE THE WORLD SHUT THEfilAPH ITEMS FKQM ALL PAin OF THE GLOBL A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past .Week—National, Historical, Political and Psrsonal Events. The appointment of Frederick W. Whitridge by President Roosevelt as special ambassador representing the United States at the wedding of the king of Spain and Princess Ena of Battenberg Is highly popular on both sides of the Atlantic. The wage dispute in the Lancashire (Eng.) cotton trade has been settled at a conference held in Manchester between the employers and the cardroom workers, under the presidency of C. W. Macara. 'The increase In assessmenU made by the supreme council of the Royal Arcanum last year Is held to be both legal and rlg&t- by the full bench of the Massachusetts supreme court. Fire which started In the stables of the Northwestern Lumber company at S...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 May 1906

At "TUI! OLP MI550URIA” You can get ' Pf i y Cigar aua i in rm Line: urnnurmisit ....imiii, 22 Xaat, 8«oond Street. P. v Carries a Foil Line of ) Ererything Pertaining to the Trade. J Preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 KALIS PELL, MONT340 Main - Street. BANK •- of Columbia Falla l^-Cwneral Banking Bualnaaa TramaHa* / Faralgn and Domaatle Exaharvg*. { DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE IN ANY . PART OF THR WORLD. ■ ALMAS LEWIS. Cuhlar TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878, ^ —NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. 8. land OAc«, K.liifeU. Monlana. ' March 22. HOC. Nolle* U h.rtbjr (Iron that In compllnnce Tllh tho prorlilom of the act of Confrooo of Juno a, lS?a. entitled "An Act lor tho onle of timber londi In the St*too Of California, Oregon, Nerada, and ■aahington Xorrltory," as extended to all the PnbUe Cand at*Us kjact of August 4, ia»2. •' JAKES HOSU1H. of Colombia Falls, countj of Flalhead, Bute of Montana, has this day filed In this ofilcehls atement No. 1206, for the purchase of . 32 N ■...

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