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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 May 1906

fltfdls. HOTEL OAYLORD— €qiu'pp«d in ttatAtad County $ tF ir ^ F* r> % MILLER e. LEWIS Proprietor* ■ - CokunbU foil* SURE KILL Tjolumbid Salh v *Drug Co. “tlOKEYPOkEY” kill* ’em —- Gophers, Prairie Dogs, Ground Squirrels You don’t like them! You want them off your land! Kill ’em with “Hokey Pokey’’ (Carbon Di Sulphide. Save you hundred* of dollar*. ’ RlW ever time. b isnlji’l to? Sjpks ulsss you vul lo. Ill) can tds-O Iks (dos tor JIJ How shabby your | house | looks Don't neglect to paint, it doesen't pay to W economise. Besides, paint is so reasonable. *' Big variety of desirable shades^ Wears \vell“-looks well. Don’t b»y the cheap trashy kind, that has no durability. High grade oil at low grade prices. For every kind of work we have every \ kind of brush. § BiriiiH HUTCHINSONS Xxduinlj. | Fire Sale We offer damaged goods as follows: Dressers from $1.50 to $17.50* Springs from .75 to 4.50 ' Chafrs frofh .10 to .75 Wood beds $1.00 and np. Rockers .50 to $3.50 $1.35 CA-RPE...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 May 1906

r. -k .•> • ' More Converts Every Year Every day in every year that comes, more housewives are giving up their exhorbitant priced Baking Powders and turning to K C, the honest and reliable, which has stood so well the test of years. They are finding out that if BAKING jg»*i IV V* POWDER costs one-third the price of powder anywhere near K C quality, and makes better, purer, more healthful baking. 25 ounces for 25c. Send postil for •' Book of Present!.” JAQUES MFC. CO. Cltlcago, m. m’t Get Wet! TOWER'S SUCKERS will keep you dry as nothing else will, because they are the product of the best materials and seventy years’ experience in manufacturing. A. J. TOWER CO. Boston, UAA. TOWX* CAXADIUI MX, Ltd. Tonsil. Osi. ~ an m m 60IKG EAST? Juit lend me ■ postil card, telling when and where yon are going, and I’ll tell yon how best to get there and the cost. More than that, I will help yon arrange your trip and be of service to you in every way pos- sible. The Burlington offers bett...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 June 1906

« Columbian. Sla(l« Copiai 10c. Subtcriplloa Price $2.50 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JUNE 2,1906. PALACE AT MADRID $ . MANSION WHERE KING ALFONZO AND BRIDE WILL RESIDE. Lavishly Prepared With Richest Art Treasures—The Palace Is One of the Largest In Europe—Royal Throne a Superb Affair—Queen’s Wedding Gown a Rich Piece of Finery. was made up with all the artistic skill of the court dressmakers. The silk is heavily overlaid with wonderful silver embroidery with soft frills of the finest Brussels lace, said to have cost $50 a yard. The laces were publicly exhibited before being put on the dress and excited the admiration and astonishment of the aristocratic ladles of Madrid. Orange blossoms are profusely used with the silver embroideries and laces for the corsage and even In dainty clusters along the train, which Is (our yards long. NEWS DF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS IF THE GLOBE. TROUBLES FOR WINDY CITY. Madrid, May 30.—The royal palace of Madrid Is doubly I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 June 1906

AT«*Tlfe«Lfe fflftftOIJIMA* You con get > M Sliiii ft i y ii|» mm s[(«m a mma Final IF’reparation for the Sale of THE W IESON BXJBIT^EBS. m M m K lIKtir OUT TO IT nora. tm LWm LWCH unma in-mD set ... .Jli BIIIJB. SS Eut, Second Street. Discount R. W. Main n . for Busy dath Mercantile Co. SHORT BTJT SWEET I have decided to locate in Seattle soon and this sale will be a rnsh affiir f.om start to finish as Mr, Iverson wishes to get control. EVERYTHING WILL BE BOLD CHEAP! - AWFUL CHEAP! mil’s depwmi sit mt mi. The Columbian. Published Eveky Saturday. H. V. DAKUOER, Editor and Owner. jGwries a Foil Line of Tfrerything PertainMg ito the Trade. Preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 KALISPELL. MONT. 340 Main Street. BANK •of Columbia Falls ■! Banking BualneM Tran«arta< •Faralgn and Domaatla Exehanga. /BRAITB SOLD AVAILABLE IN ANY PART OF THB WORLD. ■AE.MAR X-aWIH. Owhler ^ ). T. MtHITOII Akpij (oUta to tta iS UMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878, —NOTICE FOR ...

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

v nOTCL OAYLORD— Sftast and SZfntrjt Gtjuippod Jfooo/ in J^MArad County # & ^ iT* IF ^ | FILLER LEWIS Proprietor® - - Colombia Pali® SURE KIEL ijolumbia J’alla *Drug Co. “HOKEYPOKEY” kills ’em Gophers, Prairie Dogs, Ground Squirrels You don’t like them! You want them off your laud! Kill ’em with “Hokey Pokey” (Carbon Di Sulphide. Save you hundred® of dollar®. Kill ever time. You uooia'l b; Gspioro uilos: yoa wul ia. I lb Mil 40(ts=O to«i6tor $IJ <r 1 I 1 How shabby l your house looks 'a Don’t neglect to paint. It doesen’t pay to 7j economise. Besides, paint is so reasonable. ya. Big variotv of desirable shades, y Weare well—looks well. Don’t buy the cheap trashy kind, that has no dux-ability. " High grade oil at low grade prices. & For every kind of work we have every 5 kind of brush. * firtan HUTCHINSONS ExdntiTilj ii" ii l» . i|> to CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE vU the Great Northern Railway's SUPERB NEW TRAIN the ORIENTAL LIMITED Tourist Slm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 June 1906

b lASURGTIN, I8AB0, IBRIANA AM OREGON NEWS HENS. Following a report from a special agent, of the Indian office of an Investigation Into charges by about 40 Indians of the Umatilla reservation in Oregon against Major E. O. Edwards, superintendent of the agency there, announcement Is made at the Indian department that the result is a vindication'of Major Edwards. Interesting Item* Gathered |Our Exchanges of the Eurroundlng Country—Numeroue Accidents and Personal Events Take Place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. David E. Cloyd, principal of the apo kane high school, has formally accepted the position for meat year. John L. Kaiser, a pioneer of Whitman county, aged 83 years, dropped dead recently at his home In Colfax. George Meredith was struck by circus train as It was pulling from the North Yakima depot and sustained in- . Juries that will result in his death. J. H. Young has sold the Charles Ed wards farm, of 320 acres, three miles northwest of Colville, to David Philpott of L...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 June 1906

« % Siailc Copies Iflc. SubccripUon Price $2^0 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JUNE 9,190€. VOL. III. NO. 48. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHfilT TEEE6KAPB 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. Egypt Is sore at Britain and fears are entertained for safety of the English. Mineral school lands of Oklahoma are to be held for benefit of state. Archblsnop Ireland of St. Paul arrived In New York on the steamer La Touralne from Havre. More building Is being done this spring In Butte than ever before. George W. Sikes, a newspaper man well known In Helena, succumbed to Bright's disease at Butte recently. The senate has passed the resolution providing for the purchase of supplies for the Panama canal in thi United States unless the president deems the prices unreasonable or extortionate. The governments of Sweden and Norway have negotiated a loan of $15,000,000 at 3%...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 June 1906

%S- Otrries a Fall Line of Ererytliing Pertaining fo the Trade. .H MW Discount T> Oas R. W. Main Mercantile Co. The Busy Store ^Jpeparing Bodies ;For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 KLAXJSPELL. MONT340 Main Street. BANK w of Golcfmbia Falls '~9«n«ral Banking Bualnaaa TranaaatM Fsrclgn and Oomeatlo Exchange. - ©BAFT* SOLD AVAILABLE IM AMT - PART OF THE WORLD. r'WAKKA* Lawn. euhlM 5 REMEMBER C‘.That I •till recp.lve Subacriptions for ^•-Kawapapert and Magsilnei. Also carry y a new line fil Souveuier cards. At the y P. O. Store. A. Gr. FOSTER. Final Preparation for the Sale ol‘ THE "WILSON BUSINESS. m non be m ooin 10 son n. SHORT BUT SWEET I-have decided to locate in Seattle soon and this sale will be a rush affiir f.om start to finish as Mr. Iverson wishes to get control. EVERYTHING WILL BE BOLD CHEAP ! - AWFUL CITE AT 3 ! ^mzr IMS OMMU 5111, HIM, *. The Columbian. PuBUigao Evjult 8*to*dat. H. r. Z.AXUOKB, editor and Owner. MATBSt •oBscaimoa—|t-00 par yaar in adyanea ••...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 June 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— Jftoit and S’inost Cqutppod JPovo/ in &Kifttad Count? # «F IF it* SF F iF MILLER £• LEWIS Proprietors - - Colo mb Ia Foils UJiat weary feeling Ss very much in fashion y'ust now ft’a a spriny blood cloaniny that it needed. {Renovate the bloodremove those distreesiny ailments. "Uhe "Druy Co's special preparation is compounded from pure and par ■tieular inyrediends that strenyhten the system in addition to mahiny rich red blood, makes one feel saucy, snappy, spriny tike Sl.OO PER POTTTyE. Only prescription house in town. Fishing Tackle COLUMBIA FALLS Latest DRUG CO. Novels A Ik pit mm a A few dollars spent in paint means a 50 per cent improvement in the appearance of vour house. It means, also, no depreciation through Summer heat. It’s wise econom/ to paint w Besides what a difference in look# Don’t have a shabby looking house or barn (l We supply p d i With everything needed in the way of r f) High-class oil, brushes, etc, at prices that ’(), can't be improv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 June 1906

* ) PACKING ARE DIRTY Horrifying revelatioua almost tejoiul belief are made in the special report on the Chicago packing house conditions by Commieaioners of Labor Noill and Beynolda of Now York. It was submitted to oongrem by the preiident. In a message accompanying the report, President Roosevelt describes oonitious as revolting,and urges immediate drastic legislation according to the Beveridge.amendment The report is not nice reading, as the statements are sickening and show packers in general have displayed a disregard not only to common rules of sanitation but oven to decency. The report says the stockyards pavements are mostly of brick filled with mannro and refuse not properly cleaned; slimy and malodorous when wet and dusty ithen dry. Stock which died en route is thrown on the platform. Interior buildings are mostly of wood, and the floors usually of wood, are soaked and slimy, and the rooms are poorly lighted, illy ventilated and many withont windows. A systematio ventilati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 June 1906

« SlafU Coplti 10c. Sabtcriptloa Price $2JO per Veer. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JUNE 1C, 1906. VOL. III. NO. 49. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHUT TEUOAPH ITEMS FROM ill PARTS 6F THE GLOBE. A Review of Heppenlnge In Both Eeetem end Western Hemlepheree During the Pest Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The aallora strike at San Francisco la ended. William Jennings Bryan, his wife, son and daughter are at Dresden. Dr. Parks Ritchie, dean of the University of Minnesota, has tendered his resignation to the governor. A reception given by Ambassador Luke Wright recently was one of the most brilliant social functions ever seen In Toklo. Stockyards to rival the present scene of packing house industries are to be founded by Sir Thomas Lipton near Cary, Ind. The Identity of the murderer of Mrs. Alice Klnnan, who was struck down on the stoop of her home In New York Is still a mystery. Mr. Blackburn of Kentucky has been elected chairman of the democratic conference committee to succe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 June 1906

r ' >' m .nison SKits t Discount for Cash. R. W. Main Mercantile Co. i The Carries a Eulli Line of Everything Pertaining to thfr Trade. Preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Final Preparation for the Sale of THE WILSON BUSINESS. m SI r “ “JUl of lieslf Telephone 20 KALISPELL. MONT340 Main Street. BANK of Columbia Falls >a«n«ral Banking Budnecs Tramaotefi Foreign and Domaatla Exohanga. X&AFTfl SOLD AVAILABLE IN ANY PART OP THE WORLD. I have decided to locate in Seattle soon and this sale will be a rush affair f.om start to finish as Mr. Iverson fishes to get control. EVERYTHING WILL RE SOLD CHEAP ! - .A'WT'TTL CHEAT? I The Columbian. Pu'auairn} Eveby Saturday. II. F. I.AEUGEK, Editor and Owner. MATES: WAZ.itATS. LEWIS. OaaMar acBicRiPTioN—$2:00 per year in advance “Entered Feb. 2,1906, at Columbia Falls, Mont.; as second class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879." SATORDAY. June 16, 1906. —TIMBER LAM). ACT JUNES, 1878.NOT1CE FOR PUB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 June 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— I . and S'inost € quipped JCooel in ■J/ai/ioad Cou»ty $ ar iF iF iF IF % [MILLER £» LEWIS Proprietor* - - Colombia Fall* ZTAaf weary feeliny fs very much in fashion just now yt'e a tpriny blood e/eaniny that is needed. {Renovate the blood— remove those distreosiny ailmento. 7Jhe “Druy Co's special preparation is compounded from pure and par tioular inyrediends that strenyhten the system in addition to mahiny rich red blood, makes one feet aaucy, snappy, spriny tike $1.00 PER BOTTLE. Only prescription house in town. Fishing: COLUMBIA FALLS Latest Tackle DRUG CO. Novels Missis k little paint covers a A few dollars spent in paint means yj a 50 per cent improvement in the appearance of your house. y. It means,' also, no depreciation through Summer heat. It’s wise econom iv to paint 3 ks Don't $ Besides what a difference in lool have a shabby looking house or bam (), We supply you With everything needed in the way of High-class oil, brushes, etc, at prices that ^ can’t be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 June 1906

V , Mont, June 18.—Havre and ‘boine were struck by a tor afternoon that did damat 820,000. i were toppled over without yhen the wind struck and not i in the path of the tornado eaoaped damage.. Several persons were injured, but up to a late hour no fatalities. were reported. The fleroe wind carried rain with it, Lscoolnded the possibility °f _ ‘ by fire. Men and women were swept from their feet by the hurricane and for several minutes it was courting injury to venture outside. Later the wind subsided some and the work of rescue commenced. An earthquake could not have more completely demolished the glass in the city. There is scarcely a whole pane of glass in the down town district and residences also suffered severely. The Havre hotel lost 280 window Ughts and many other buildings were similarly treated. Pandemoninm reigned for a time after the hurricane struck. Woman were hysterical, and even the men /eared to venture from their houses. To remain insinde aws equally as dangerous, l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 June 1906

Columbian. Slagk CopUt ICc. Subscription Price 1ZJ* per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. I^ONTANA. JUNE 28,190«. YOL.ni. NO. 80. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHUT TELEGRAPH ITEMS ALL PARTS IF THE GLOBE. 8ET FIRE TO JAIL TO ESCAPE. A Review of Happenlnfla In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. General Nogl of Japan Is trying to save General Stoessel of Russia from being put to death for surrendering. The Rev. R. H. Nassau, who for 46 years has been a mlssonary In the Congo Free State, has Just returned to New York, and says that cruelties by Belgian officials are depopulating the state and that the atrocities committed there defy all description. Lieutenant Commander John A. Gibbone, the American naval attache at London has gone to Trondhjem, Norway, to represent the United States navy at the coronation of King Haakon. Judge James S. Wool worth, an attorney of national reputation and also prominent In the affairs of the Episcopal c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 June 1906

. Carries a Full Line of F?erything Pertaining to the Trade. rreparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Tolc phono 20 KLAXJSPELL. MONT840 Mniu Sti^oot. BANK of Columbia Falls %en«rat Banking Business Transact** Foreign and Domsstlo Exchange. DSAFTB SOLD AVAILABLE IN ANY PART OF THB WORLD. ■AI.XAK-1.CWI8. Cashlar . ^ /■= -—TIMBERLAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. i\oucc is nei irtth lbs provU - JAoe-s:-- 1S3S, e timber Ismlrtn C. 8 Land Ofllcc, KsUspell, Montana, June 2.190S. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance “ " rovialous of the act of Congress of titled “An act lor the sale of n the StatesirfCalifornia,Oregon, Nevada and WashlcgUra-Terrltory," as extended to all th« Public Land States by act of August 4,1002, Al'STw t. Tam, of Columbia Falls, county of Flathead. State of Montana, this day filed In this office his sworn statement No. 1261, far tlo purchas of tha wU s*i j, of section No 2, In townshlp No. 31 north, stnge No. 20 west, and will offer pn>of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 June 1906

I10TEL GAYLORD— ffiost and J’inost Cquippad jVoao/ in ■J'lathoad County # ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ in ^ [DULLER LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia Falls E&J TJhat weary feeling fa vary much in faahion just nour ft'o a spring blood cleaning that is needed. flenooaie the blood-* remove those distressing ailments. Uhe %)rug Co'3 special pfoparation is compounded /rom^pure and par ticular ingrodiends that strenghten the system in addition to making rich red blood, makes one ,/ool saucy, snappy, spring tike SI.OO PER BOTTLE. Only proscription house in town. rr* ftt' •' ' *’ i-T" •• ' •’<''*' * Fishing- COLUMBIA FALLS Latest Tackle DRUG CO. T Novels 1 le pit covers a miiliide ot scratches A few dollax*s spent in paint means yj a 50 per cent improvement in the appearance of your house. _ It means, also, no depreciation through Summer heat. It’s wise economy to paint l fj Besides what a difference’irf lookj Don’t $ have a shabby looking house or barn We supplf p With everything needed i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 June 1906

ir Hie Horae Ol tile Wave Circle is the home where good 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! 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. Lumber Vessel Went Ashore. Ventura, Call. June 30.—The barkentlne Portland, Captain Clark, went ashore in a heavy fog one mile west of Hneneme point. The vessel was 13 days ont irom Astoria, laden with a cargo of lumber, mostly ties and bridge timbers, and was bound for Bedondo. The vessel went ashore at high tide, striking high np on a sandbar near shore. The crew fired several shots, burned rockets and did all that could be done to summon assistance. She will be a total loss, though 'he cargo can be saved. The Portland carried a crew ...

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

X Sitfl* Copit* 10c. Subscription Prict J2.50 ptr Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JUNE 30,190«. VOL. IIL NO. 51. HAD A FIERCE FIGHT HUTINODS TROOPS AND LOYALISTS NEA8 MOSCOW, RUSSIA. DINED WITH KAISER. Authorities Compelled to Use Artillery to. Quell Rebellion—Police of Odessa Are Said to be Arming the People to Massacre the Jews—Two Regiments Refused to do Police Duty— Transport Crew Mutinied. According to reports in circulation in Moscow, Russia, Monday there has been a flerce light between mutinous troops and ioyals on the outside of the town, In which' the authorities • were compelled to use artillery to put'down the rebellion. The authorities absolutely decline to discuss the matter. The report originates from the fact that about 5 o’clock Sunday evening rifle firing by volleys was heard, which increased in violence as the moments went by, and was soon added to by the loud notes of field guns in action. It has been rumored for several days that the garrison of the city was on th...

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

T »IDITMt Carries a EnU Line of Syerything^ Pertaining to the Trade. preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. KALIS 340 Telephone- 80 PELL. MONT- Main Street. i Ison’s Big Sale STILL CONTINUES' Supply* Your Wants for the Fourth-of July- Prices cut deep on all Lines- flAliC I /VIN S BIG H A HC1AINS If or* Everybody. Sta Will Ik Open i of My fail! Ui Dm. MI'S if Mil Sit, HUSHtl ■. Th.e Coliambian. PuBUSBJtD ETkRT SiTUBDAY. H. T. X.AXDQEB, Editor and Owner. MXTMMl •OMCximox—>2,00 per year in advance •InUred Feb. 2,1806, at Columbia Falla, Mont., as aecond class matUr, wider Aot of Congress of March 3rd, l*Tt." JT H STEVENS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Ersetioe in 8UU and Federal Courts and before the Land Oflee Votary Public, PosUAoe Bleak. Kalispell - - MonUna. Increase your egg pro^dbee by feeding your Jhens Flathead Poultry " For sale at-'Columbia Falls .-JT’OOQ. ; HrQg Co. and: Jss Kennedy. S3STAPS. TOR SALE—A house and two lots in • Oolumbia Falls, centrslly located, near post off...

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