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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 May 1895

OF THE EEK' Sittiurlay. April '2. \V. I), Dickinson, who has been absent in the eaet for the lust ton days, is expected home Sunday. The towneite company deeds to Lewis a Ilanielson lot 12 in hiock 1811, towoisite, tor a consideration of $700. The townsite company deeds to Lydia I D)anielson the nw>4 of lot 2 in block 5353, Sixth addition. Consideration, $125. V. 1. Whitney of St. Paul, general passenger agent of the Great Northern, came in today from Butte and Helena. A deed was filed yesterday dated Nov. 1 '2, 1894, from Carrie Druba to George t 11. Wood, conveying lot 9, block 80, town site, for a consideration of $2t9.60. William Wilder is building for himself a very handsome two story residence in the B. & M. addition. It will cost about i~,500 and is now well along toward com plotion. In the case of the state ve. Harry Crowe, charged with murder, the defense yesterday filed a bill of exceptions to the rulings of the court in denying their client a hearing in the justice...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 May 1895

'OTES GATHEHED AT THE BAM Vlhe" II. & 11, Seil er Is Now Itmn ning ai Full or e--s iciueral of iaatr e. Ward. IomIte 'act, Ab ct <'.pl 'r acam ii I'roi Var os arr e - ihe Calumet & Iti'ii. Work at the bi.4 cooi er seciuiring aid refining plant at llack Eagle Neils to brisk. The pa} roll lnit moith wall nearly '0,0UU and wi-i probr b } c l.irgrr this month. The I roduction ti copper is in !rteinif very nearly to the point it wab last tall. CTre ropany i building a heavy wall betwer n the concentrator and the s lud ter with the purpose of pr've nti nr I. ul sliiee, which right take place ii the uprink wWren it, heavy raii clat,', rig to thigreat wright of ire jilc'd up en tIl' -ide 1 ;I1. Cl rrp i tirer ate , niIo C! ! . tti I'lfir the iuntli' and Hu ,tent nalte,, AhlO. it put iiriulhi thi r ti:i irf here. .k tirgec unumber ,f the etPluphyt of tit,' Smelter aitotienld the funioral of P'atrick Ward Wiit was butir"i'rit riri Sr .1nre rhurlh i 'ridiv afteriioni . , bu inieil i...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 May 1895

METHODS OF SEEDING. Thi' eee 'enoertii, e'rits teCof Iiroale'atilnE ''eeiuei 'c < iui w ith a 1 111. Thorn is, a strlng suspicion aiinlg tinny practical larii re that the advan reins of the grain drill for ieeing have Iee!l overestimatld. Ajere icjan Cultiva tor cell ives that the drill simply as a heeler has not the superiority over broadcast sceehing that it harl when first iitroduced, and for those rieasns: Tli graund is now, with better imploeeints t.ar iultivation, in much finer tilth than v was foriierly the custom to put it. I the groned is poorly prepared, the i ill can ho the wiol bettir than is pol-siblee by hbal sewing. It will cover the secd and elore ivwily than it can be cvireed in any other way. It also has thc aeeroniago for winter grain that the bnil was deposited in a hollow, with thi, drill ridge oil either side helping to ildI the sinow euer thee plant. Ialigir, of eicveeriti s neil too deeply is 'ilelci'i'i'iited as it shouil he. Drills 'enh' to have even wid...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 May 1895

Here's a Circular that A SHORT TALK WITH YOU. N Ohoswweanvisiewouilsoodss We have purchased too many Dry Goods and Shoes. A little much cheaper than 8x10 houses calling S lahS SPrICSeS while ago in our dark, narrow Dry Goods quarters we could stow S away just i certain amount of goods. Now we have the grandest, themselves Leaders. best lighted and most commodious Dry Goods and Shoe House in the West. We have bought too mouch. We have enough for a wead It wholesale house. Enormous Quantities, and must be Unloaded. Send us your READ TH IS Only one way out of it. We hate to spoil the profits for our READ TH IS Dbrother competitors, but they must go. Commencing today, WE TH Sai1 Orders. C .. e3T * SLASH 'FM. Do us the favor to read Prices and visit the store. * See what we do. CHOICE CAIC LVZ.______________ ThHAL e m go are the best 4$c BeAt THREAD per dozen, only Best Linen Thread, per spool Dresses in tm t. Others ss We sell the best solid colors and Everybody knows the price. We have...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 May 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ,')1,-1ME X. GREAT FALLS, MION'TANA, FIt II) A Y , 31AY 10, 1895. N UM IIER 52 ERY EW MERCHANTS ARE SATISFIED. ch one wants to serve every body, and so do we. can't serve everybody. It we try to suit Sman who wants to pay a big price for an ,.r,' prie Suoit, we can't suit those who . m, ke their money go as faras it can. at that a great big let of people more ,anvr rame into our store--and so we ho to serve them: That's every young ron wh gets $85.00, $1i. ., $t.Oi), y12.00 and Sa week. We put Ibefore him such ,ingc~ mako ie eclothes part of his sal rygt a far es it can -not a cent wasted. k Handkerchiefs 25c Worth 50 cents. ERCALE SHIRTS 50c. Worth ',0 Bents. r.\Vclk-Thrce pair of Ilose , :Sc--One pair worth 25c. M. Kaufman 'h iCenltral Aveone. dill inery Millinery \\'e show the finest ne in the city, you do of have to wait until icv are trinmnled. For few vlays we will give )0 PER CENT OFF rare chance to get mur Spring Millinery. Straw Hats .\ grand lin...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 May 1895

FIVE LIVES LOST Itnexplained Exilosion at the Mills of the American Powder (CoIipaniy. TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS Of Ptowder in Oilne Storehouse Pre vented the Firemen from Ilperating. Sot~ini Ar .s. May :.- -'Three mills of the Arnerictan l'owder company here, blew up this a. In . one after another. In fifteen minutes li\. persons are believed to have been killed. 't'he woods close by the mills wre. set on lire and burned fiercely, thllr i ,niirii the tbi ,.est etore house of tht co ilpari. cuontainihg ..(IIN)l pound I f pl ,t, i i tI prelo t tinrig the saving if .:tt op . i":.f t eft were eo plh det d i t. ., iLe .\-. \t r it'"i - eilo siutt th. e ll n 1 L : il; t ' , .ic I rii i, abu ut ht in Ir.::t i.".r rushed . ' i!,w bu ilit;i and escapetld bht ' r tre i ll tn'es epre, l to tht'ir ni I. "Tlhr wter:'. o t!n i'.. "l a' ated aid oneci ,.' i I i: fL , nrd reset s. Ther ex ioc on of t' . 't mill -t tire, to the surrou n:,li ,Inc, aril tL.e ,nesi spred l to t ., ictd aii third mills. T...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 May 1895

ILLED HIMISELF jImon Jacobs, Butte's Retiring City Treasurer. ShootI IHimself Because HE WAS A DEFAULTER Vuw Supposed to IB a Muodel Young Man-City TrIea'surer ('ontinll. or'sly El,,ht Year,. JiI'it:. May G.-Simon Jacobs shot h anl killed himself at the Anselmo shaft house this morning. Those were the words that horrified thecitizens of Butte a about noon today. Simon Jacobs, re tiring city treasurer, a man whom every body esteemed, the son of the tirst mayor f of butte and a member of a highly re spectable family, had indeed committed I suicide. It was about 11-:10 today when e a resident of the westaide, near Missoula c gulch, called at the sheriff's office and stated that he had found the boOy of a man in the Anselmo shaft house, near r the gulch. He said he bad heard a shot fired about 8 o'clock this morning in that direction, but as several parties are accustomed to discharging firearms in that locality he paid no attention to the matter. He walked over to the shaft I house sho...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 May 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WrIELY. One year......... $%00 One year.......... $1.50 Six months........ 4.,e) sir-elntlh....... 0.(0 One month..... .75 Thr rnmnthe..... .75 One week......... .2 imn4le ,opy....... .05 Unless paid in stdvnce the tinily will invari ably he 7. coetse per month, tndol the wveely $2 per lear, $1 for mix month., itn 20 V,"nt por month for lesn than six motnths. Alderti inl rat,s Itell ll l on a llliontati'n. l'ht rirotlllntiol o(f t'." l'ri.e lrtoi Ntortlh..rn pl ,,r vni ,,g1h h t in t++«+wl" Onlusertttern Iesiring l. itr l r tet.toh'.!itO+l tuelnt, nto.d tltr role t . tltro'n. ah wll n. the new wlldrov; thie bllol lh, ' r'" ' ,,,tnl,.r'ld. THIE TIIIIIIUNI:. l(rWet Falld. Ment. After a long conitet it IhaI l. Ide 'ido.l to pav' Ni ollet av, nuit, ini Ilint n aptli,wi ith Wasatth utl 1hal . lThi is good ftr oine of I ttu'tF riducitiounl , to,)llUi th :atlt'rlai iltos not tapptetar to rtiiki' tie p t a" f;vor.lt') ts td ,.; the fact 1that ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 May 1895

OF THE NEWS WEEh Saturdayltv, May 4. In the case of Wm. Deering & Co. vs. J. M. Gaunt judgment was set aside yesterday by Judge lienton. J. T. Armington and J. C. ,. Barker have gone on a trip to the Lritish Co lumbla mining country. E. D. IHastie, ex-member of the legis lature from this county, came in yester' day from Sun liiver. Miss Maud Murray, a sister of Mrs. A. 1I. Weirrick, left Thursday last for a month's visit in the east. A suit was filed yesterday in the dis trict court by Bach, Cory & Co. vs. Val Ilaubenheimer on note of $1-13 43. J. W. McKnight, the well known real estate man and merchant of I)upuyer, came in yesterday and is at the Park. Mrs. W. R. Getz left yesterday for hunter's Hot Springs, in response to a message that Mr. Getz is lying seriously ill at that place. Robert Baldwin and wife have deeded to Nathan Wertheim the e% of lot :3 in block 142, First addition to townsite, for a consideration of $500. Ex-Senator W. F. Sanders arrived yesterday in this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 May 1895

HAPPENINGS AT THE SMELTER The Output of Copper In c1eing t rad ually Itncreased - Blast Furinaces Liu'sy. 7Thi. Meii Ar'e T'anking (en Ilt inest ini thle RIile Adoplted Iby Sib.. I'niuiu. WVork at the I,. v 31. nimelter is quite bri:a. The payr;oll to;s month will le ,+onsiderably larger thin ltht of the pro "vious month ral ti,;, output of copper sill he corr-e poulit gly Inc rase l . Nitherl hwevt., will reach the hie h wate'r 'ark of i:ast Tall. Ihe tlast fur naces. a ,re ept ro.,n .g to their fnitt.t capactty. It hal been foun th:,t thii is a very ecr- oi tiiui il iianner ,o Ieiatitil, ertain plorti,. .,f the ore and it is prob iioie that this delpartment in thl future ,may be eChiarged.' At present the coke used in the blast furnaces is shipped here from the eatl. but in the near fu ture the comlpany will probably mike their own coke at Belt and the cost of operating the blast furnaces will then le much reduced. The main thing that is interesting the mill and smelter bos is the...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 May 1895

FOH DIPPING SHEEP. Description of limproved Tank With Drip ping and Drying Floor. Whenever there is a possibility of scab, sheep should be immorsed in some of the preparations warranted to keep off infection As soon as they are shorn in the spring they should also be dipped, FIG. I.-DIPPING TANK. lambs and all, to dostroy the ticks which burrow in the thin and tenudr skin. Mr. J. II. anders publishes in his work, "D:rin Iluilding," the following diagrams for shlepyardls and a dipping tank: The dipping tank is madeh of two inch plank. It is sunk into the ground a foot to 1I ichels. It may also be put .toivo ground uand a slopiing platform Iuilt around it for the moen to stand upo an to dri to h s]thoup up onto the tank. The shape and slopo of the tank, also the port marked "cleats" in Fig. 1 will be chlarly utillrstlooI by consult ung the ground plan in Fig. 3. In Fig. :1 11 shows tho crowding pen or yard into winch tiu shtop are driven A'" and inclused iprc Sy Viruilis to (ii llg ' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 May 1895

Highest of all in Lcavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. BO1ELY Powder ASS UM ~EY PUBE STRIERS RIOT Twelve llundred Blast Men anti Many Women Bid D)eliance to Chicago Police. AFFECTS FIVE THOUSAND MEN Four Policemen and One Striker Wounded- Dynamite Threat ens langer. C:u.\<.o, May .--Twelve hundred blast men employed by the Illinois Steel company struck yesterday. The strike is expected to extend to other depart ments. Two furnaces were shut down at noon. TLhe men demanded better wages and asked more help. The strike will probably throw about 5,0X00 men out of employment. Last night the strikers grew riotous and the police had to use vigorous measures to quiet them. Four men were 1 idly injured. Today another riot follo. wed a mass meeting of the strikers 1,eld in Eighty-fourth street. About 0 men were present. and the epeeche- became so violent and the men so demonstrative that the leaders forced an adlournment. The crowd would not disperse, however, and a riot call broug...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 May 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, l liAV Y , 31AY 17, 1895. N 1"31 ER 1. At M. KAUFMAN'S started Monday. We are cleaning up the odds and ends of our new and fresh goods, such as Boy's Pants and Boys Suits. Pants at........20 cents; worth 50 cents Pants at........35 cents; worth 75 cents Pants at........50 cents; worth 75 cents CHILDREN'S SUITS. Worsted Boy's Suits with braid at $2.15; worth $4.00. Children's Long Pants Suit, blue Middlesex Flannel, from 4 to 8 years, at $4.50; worth 87.00. Nice Light Gray Suit at $1.85; worth $3.50. A single-breasted Boy's Suit with a Vest at $1.,5; worth $1.00. All these goods will fit as well as you want them, or better, or your money refunded I. KA UF MAN, 2iS Central Avenue. Millinery Millinery ...We show the finest line in the city, you (do not have to wait until ihey are trimmed. For ,t ew (lays we will (ive 20 PER CENT )F1 A rare chance to get "our Spring Millinery. Straw Hats ...A gran(1 line of Straw Hats for Men,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 May 1895

HE HAS BACKERS Yet Another Story Regarding .1 J. Hlill and Ilii Sudden Visit to Europe. THIS TIME IT IS FROM BUTTE If Ie C('an't SIcure What 11e Wants lie Will Ite ('ontent With Souisethin ., I-l. e. S'r. I'.\v., May Ilr.--A Butte special to the IDispatch says: It is stated ihre on the best of author ity that J. J. lill, inl his conti uplaiteil contiti of the North + erm Pacific, will have as his a:.ssociiatts Marcus I) aly and J. B. higin, who are known to be deel.ly interestel in tle matter. In cotutiiiei:tiig on tihe i hove the .)is patch says: Ti' iotellinrnce containdn, in the sperIial thelegrami LieILn aollve is further evidenlci ofi the fact that there is llilre than tpassing rum1r in the stathe nienit that l'riesidvut HIill of the (reot Nortlh rn i:+ aftr the Nirthiern I'aiiic. It itu nit tclie'vi ,l ill thin, city that P'reli dent iltil will si , ti i n . ecuriug the proi ."rty, ho'.er : u,:h conrrot might benetit hun, I,". 'auH-, of tilt, furees that are s) strougly ,-r; e...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 May 1895

ROST AND SNOY gerrly Injure Crops From Western Virginia to the Slope of the Rockies. EACHES AND CRANBERRIES Pili Show the Greatest Effects Froml the ('ohl-(-ales Raging on the (Ireat Lakes. (clui.sbo, May 13.-The weather beau eau in a report of frosts Saturday night ys '"The frost urea reported Sunday laring was unusually extensive and evre for this time of year. frost having c~rllri'd in all of tile fifteen states for dhi h it was forecasted Saturday. II hIl ,each belt of Michigan and the cran berry marshes of Wisconsin tenmpora ur,'. below freezing occurred and the re0,I was of a killing nature. Frost of 0or, or less severity oc:curred through ut the states of the upper ake region anul the upper Mississippi valley, on the east slope of the Roclky ilountaiins, in Mo)tlana, Wyorning, and Colorado. IAi iLY NI I'ED. I' iti rna, May 13.--Eastern I hio, .,r,.rn I'ennsylvania, and western Vir Eiil were visilted ilast night by a hiieavy whoi'' frost. rlThe mIerury d'roppeod "2 .. 'and il ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 May 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. W3ZKLY. One yeuar......... $.000 One year....1... t.W0 Six month....... . Six months....... 1.0 One mnonth........ 75 Three mninthe ... .75 One week ... 15 iingle copy..... 05 Unlets paid in asvatnce the daily will invari ably be 75 cents Iper month, and the weekly $2 per year, 51 fur .ix Ilmonthb and 2tlcents Ypr month for leeo then six mouths. Advertisint rate. futrnieshYI (n application. The circuiation of the Tritbune rn Northern Mlontana ii t.neual to exceed that ,.f any tapeLr Io tiih,,,t in he ot.th. tabscr ibtoert IIe CI tU tt eirt adILres. hangetd eTnft retLd their fontoer lhd ir,"t ha. well as the uow addrte; thi, elto, i bh rememb' red. i I NE. ' rI illllt'N ' It hn iltllMont. The regularly accredited delegates will of course be there, but it would be goodl policy if as tmany citizens of Mon tana as can do so will attend the silver convention at salt Lake 'The gathter tog will be an important onet. The Montana new codes are in...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 May 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEK Saturday. May 11. H. W. Millard deeds to Mrs. Harriet Walker lot 29, block 10, townsite of Belt. Consideration, $250. Ed Barnum has been appointed clerk of the school board at Belt in place of W. E. Riley, resigned. W. Gurley and L. E. Gurley have com menced suit in the district court against William Ulm on note for $213. Joseph Dule deeds to Fred Jurcak an undivided one-half of lot 19,.block 6, townsite of Belt. Consideration, $450. The First National bank deeds to A. J. Shorees lots 5 and 7, block 246, towneite, subject to mortgage as recorded. Con sideration, $8,000. Mrs. I. Parker Veazey and children will leave next Sunday morning fgr Balti more, Maryland, their old horde for a yisit of several months. Ole Furs, the old man who was re cently adjudged insane by the probate court, was taken yesterday to the insane asylum by the deputy sheriff. John W. Power of Fort Benton re turned this week from an eastern trip extending as far as New YorK. lie came by way of Hel...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 May 1895

REPORT OF THE CITY NGINEERI nllnllImry of the W'ork in 'T'hii I)e prtmnlent for thie Last ..lu li-ipal Year. Prtse. It ('ol Itlitiltll. a;llti Sll i e tin)-s for tile ('onidelrtioi Iof the New i'1i.i'l.. ()1l '1 I'. o ' ill. C r1 i" .;S .tl.t it, (1.,a i ] ",II1., Molln t.. 1\lay L, 1] t. \ ToI the Inirtraihtl MaNyor and t ity' l.ouu cil. Great l'"alla , Mont.: U ..I;rt , Ii.--i herewith tsubttll t tlyl an uual rteport coverinlt t t te operattions and ad mittttratitt of tihe n' ginterinttt. partulrnt for th" liscal year r utitn April It ic,' I't iPtr i) Jirtpctit-c to report to the 'it t un'tiI It., ork, il-tn "f this dte parttn it t at a ' :utatl i t tIt n .tln , It Vl,. it. " tl tl u I t t''' l .It 1 ' a, li t' it rt. . ti.' r.. i*. th I ' rp i , Ir, i -r'. 1'.T e r,, i ,nt :i of t'- + vie t ltin un l t .... - ,;, r li , of thl+ ('it`+ ' ng in l ' i. Fin~r " rn !' n P 1rl r Lt.,'r u'ln: thei dea.,"l .l l'; ill l i,. huI, ,.f th!, ptlllll e: ., i r.. a i t,' ani , i. rttt latt ll i...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 May 1895

p ~/M - LL a 4, 10" .~~3,· MINERAL MANURES. Ir Ipolrtlnce to thel Long Cultivated .,llS of the Older States. tji a mistako to speakl of mnost soils t have over been fertile as being "ex t ha. " What is really trlo of such is that the available inlacral plant l that they contain has booeen used up. ,At i4 left is not soluble, and but for fact that good manageo ent of the nisy yet make it useful it might as I rnot be there. This can only be done idllly, setting loose a small portion year. In the meantime to produce ge crops more mineral fertility of sIS alsrady in the soil must be added i,lublu form for immediate use. llt heavy soils contain potash, yet . il manures may often be used with et aidvantage on such soils for crops t re luire much potash and have lit power to get it. There is very great trnll'c in planlts in this respect. ,r ail gross fioders and can takie go lIwoulnt of mineral matter from I I whre othor plants that equally I ti s.anlesO mineral starve and (lie. r ntd the ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 May 1895

iligihct of all in LI.(,vcning l'owcr. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ELY Powde ABSOITELY PURE THE RUMBLING OF THE RAILS The New Daily Train It.tw t n T''hfti ('ity anid l.ntte--t Big I'ty Iloll ItailIot'Il I .J ill. A (antg o Freight 'i'ljevl" Who WVere Doing it Wiholewutr e l lhnnel s IBrokeln 1'p It baiH boo, shllistelly ,l;itJul.,, that (iroat IFal1i Ii to hai ., ai thir dllly train iruiiiii:g Ihitw a i tll city andll Iluttrt, i lth ugh., O ile exactlate oil which thu fliW hitirnil will hit 'i I lin7 t1 yit lkn WL, h i. hr. It i Hi JliL ih i iiIliiiJi railra.d Iiii, w ,v r, that fhi; low .h rvi(:ei ll '.1 I alul .Ia , tithlllt ti' "'()th minet. h'1'!, f ,11 ,l'rl will Iit , ti h t( iat' Ch tih lll: or th i i tl l l 'tirln \,!, . ;~ . I ll .n : w thrt hi, r ,t '. lur, 1~<'t.'I 'n t',,It,' alil HI lr1, i .n I u, t h ll ,~, i t i r, I i l ,, i r. I t ii' t I w n:t ll ' I. , : i'"'" I tre I l" i , I . , 'l ' l . ý I ' t ,, ., I " I IIrr it, , I r i· ~, i I .l i If ' 1 r, It t'. . " ...

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