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

HOTEL OAYLORD— eat xtntl 3inaat Equipped Jfooot in 3taiJtead County & ** ^ 5^ iF % [MILLER LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia Falls fllil. itli . Ess; ills Firs s: Fiiriiti:is it ils bill's Isari By the ihnulcr of Cannon our liberty wa« wreitle<l from an ever* bearing and exacting Monarch; by the Bound ol FIRJiWORKB wa are able to annuallv appreciate our iplendid (reediJih, and came our children's minds to dwell.on the wonderful bravery and independence of our forefathers. e Boy Fireworks Which are safe. No cheap dangerous trash. Sporting Hoods for ye Sportsmen Fish are feeling- Sporty-get some good tackle. Don't lose a playful fish, thow away that old line. Columbia falls Dfu? Co. Proscription SPouse | The -A_xe that Cuts f Is the axe you need You can invariably tell a good workman by the tools he uses. A good axe helps to make a good workman.A gosi ami Always ia: a good ass, | The man who-can tell a good axe when he sees one is the man who knows how to use it In...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 June 1906

OFTHBIORlD'HUm THAW COMMITS MIIBOEH TEU6RAPH ITEMS MOM All PAKH OF TIE GLOBE. A Review of Happenlnfle In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The largest class In the history of the department was graduated from the (Harvard law school Saturday, 1S6 men’receiving degrees. Police Judge Morgan of San Francisco put a price of $200 on a kiss recently and E. Mandan, a candy man who conducts a store at 1925 Fillmore street, will have to pay the price* or go to Jail for 100 days. San Francisco saloon men galore hav* asked for licenses to do business. Formal announcement of the purpose of the government to prosecute the Standard Oil company was recently made by Attorney General Moody. Prince Manveloff, an extensive land owner and formerly officer of the guards, was killed on the streets of Ufa, Russia recently. The crime, it Is supposed, ’ was committed for political reasons. Mrs. Thomas Shaughnessy, aged 79 years, mo...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 July 1906

, • • t* Sitfte OpiM l«c. SakfcrlpilM Price }249 par Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JULY 7,190«. NEWS OF NORTHWEST VASUMTOi, IQAI9, MONTANA AND OREGON NETS ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items (tethered From Our Exchanges of the Surrounding Country—Numerous Accidents and Personal Events Take - Place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON ITEMS. A freight on the Northern Pacific was wrecked In the Chehalls yards recently. Twenty-three cars piled up In every direction, the main track and all sidings being entirely blocked. In the ‘ presence of a packed courtroom at Davenport Judge Miles Poindexter of Spokane rendered a decision that Attorney H. N. Martin, against whom disbarment proceedings fiad been brought because of alleged attempt to bribe the court commissioner, had not been proven guilty. The Tacoma strike, declared a short time ago by Italian laborers and section hands employed by the street railway company, was declared off to- night The Inland Empire Hallway company has started development...

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

The Columbian. Srarr BurrmniT. m. r. XAMVamn, S41tor Own.r. sr--- Garries a Fnli Line of Everything Pertaining to the Trade. fteparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 JCAXiSPELL. MONT. 340 Main Street. MATMBt •nMBxnww—ft.tX) per y*«r in MWano* " EnUrcd Feb. S. 1900, at Columbia Valli, Mont., aa itcond clai* matter, nader Act of Congree* ot March 3rd, wrt." 8ATOBDAY. July 7, 1906. j h sTJZvmsre ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Fraotioe in State and Federal Court* and before the Land CXI re. Motary Fublie, Po.teMee Bleek. Kalinpell - - Montana. Increase your egg produce by feeding your hens Flathead Poultry Frw4 For ** le 111 c olombl * F * ,ls rOOU. p rn g (jo. an( j j ag Kennedy. forcb or rvBLic orisiox. Notblnf could better tlluatrate the force of pnbllc opinion than the work of the confreea joit adjourned. The attorney* of organized greed in the national oongreea have been unable to item the tide of outraged national feeling. They hare Been their patron •alnU, one after another, and ...

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

. HOTEL GAYLORD— - Jggj/ and finest Cquipped Jtoaol tn flal/tagd Countjf & ; iiF' ^ ^ IF' *0 iF ^ MULLER LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia Tall# tai Oli 4tli lie; tie Tin of Pairietisn ii & Clili’s Stari By the thandor of Cannon onr liberty warwrestled from an everbearing and exacting Monarch ; by the Round ot-fl-RUWORKS wa jire able to annually appreciate our splendid freedom, and cause our children’s minds to dwell on the wonderful bravery ond independence of out forefathers. Buy fireworks Which are aafe. No cbeah dangerous trash. Sporty Goods for |e Sportsmen Fish are ‘feeling Sporty-get some good tackle. Don’t lose a playful fish, thow away that old line. (oluiio falls hi (0. ^Prescription JVouso I The Axe that Cuts Is the axe you need You can invariably tell a good workman by the tools he uses. A good axe- helps to make a good workman. 1 psi assaat Always. Aas a pel ast, M The man who can tell a good axe when he sees one is the man who knows how to *ise it....

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

■ •: SSfe our \air Sick? That’s too bad I We had noticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of late, but naturally did not like to speak of it. By the way, Ayer’s Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower, a perfect hair tonic. The hair stops coming out, grows faster, keeps soft and smooth. Ayer’s Hair Vigor cures sick hair, makes it strong and healthy. The beet kind of a testimonial— ” over sixty yeare." SASSAPAKIUX PIUS. CHEEKY PECTORAL 3 vers NEWS OF THE WORLD SUIT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS IF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. ARE YOU GOING EAST? Just send me a postal card telling when and where you are going and I’ll tell you how best to got there and the cost More than that. I will help you arrange your trip and be of service to yon in every way possible. The Burlington offers better service over a greater selection of routes for eastern trips than any other railro...

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

m Columbian. SlatU Copies 10c. Subscription Price S2^0 per Yesr. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JULY 14,190$. VOL. IV. NO. 1. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH HEMS 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. The reign of terror Is so great at Warsaw, Russia, that the police have decided to resign. Ex-President Cleveland Is not seriously 111, as previously reported. There Is talk of a railroad being built from Midway, B. C., almost due .north In British Columbia, to Vernon, just above Okanogan Landing. An unsuccessful attempt was made at Lincoln, 111., recently to wreck the Commercial hotel with dynamite.. That Captain Robert E. Peary has sacrificed his life in the effort to discover the north pole Is the fear of naval men, who are worried by the failure to get any tidings of the ship, Roosevelt, which sailed for the Arctic regions July 16, 1906. -Four prominent Britis...

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

•Fflll JLlne of ing Pertaining., tothe Trade. . Reparmg Bodies For Shipment k Specialty. Telephono^20 KALISPELL. MONT340- Main Sti'oot. H S'lTTVEJSrS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW MmUm Id State and Federal Oourte and before the Land Offlre ffoUr; rublic, PosUffioo Sleek. Kalin pell • - - Moatana^ ■ Ihcrcase your egg'produce ky 7 feeding your fens-Flathead Poultry TJI< I'For-aale at Columbia Falls 4-^OOU. 'Drtig Co. and Jas Kennedy. -TIMBER LANACT JUNE 3* 1378.NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Culled State* Land Ofltc*. K*ll*jeU. Mont^ Kotlee ii Hereby giveu that In compliance tttOi the provlitonr ot- the »ct ol congrew ot Jane >. l»74>enilrted<'An «et tor thB mU* of timber land* in (herniates otCallfornt*. Oregon. Nevada nnd ^Tfehington Territory,” u extend•d *11 th« public land rt*tcs by act ot Anfcutt ytTLI* L. VARKr.X , • ol Columbia Falls, county ol Flathead. State ol Montauar lia* this day Hied In this oflleahcr •worn statement No. 1281, for the purchase pt ...

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

t** • k *> HOTEL GAYLORD— jl'IlliiTr,:,.. &osf and finest Cguippod JKoot/ in S^/atA^ad County $ ir* iF sr* F iF F* ^ [MILLER LEWIS Proprietor* - - Colombia fall* |v Tfobodi/ works but father TJha rest, intonated in shady naohs, Sire reading the %)rug 77o‘a.. hooha. 77(oet brilliant novels of the seaoon Vime. ia not wasted reading good literature. TTfagazineo of evert/ discriptlon awaiting t/our inopoction,.. Only prescription house in townfinest stoch of pure drug a in the v alloy,. Obtain- something for that tired feeling. >- ,/iummer Stationery Columbia O'alls 7)rug Co, Summer y/.ouele W' The -A.xe that Cuts . Is the axe you need 1 You can invariably tel! a good workman by the tools he uses. A good axe helps to. make a.good workman. i Soil a&BU toys k t gooi ta, kl The man whoxan tell a good axe when he sees one is the man who knows how to use it Insist upon (Brood. Tools Mckus for las kytus | Quality first—Prices a Qose Second. HUTCHI...

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

for Catarrh that rango tho wliolo *yii- . through tho muooui arlfclcn af.oulil never bo used ptloDi from reputable phyigo they will do U ten fold poiulbfy derivetrom them. b. manufaetured by V. J. o, O.. contains nomercury, cn Internally, acting directly upon and mueoua surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall’a Catarrh Cure be sure you got the genuine. It la taken Internally, and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. S. Cheney & Co. TestlA cloudburst in the country near Wellsville, Ohio sent-a torrent of wafer down Trotter’s run, causing a loss of thonands of dollars. Refugee Shoots Wife, Kill* Self. , In a domestic quarrel dt San Fran'cisco E. V. Murphy, a refugee at tho Presidio, shot and slightly wounded his wife and took his own life by ! shooting off the top of his head. You Can Get Allen's Foot-Base FREE. * | Write AUen S. Olmsted, Le Eey.N. Y- for a free sample of Allen's Foot-Ease. It cure, sweating, hotiwollcn. aching feet. It rcakea new or tight shoes easy. A certain core...

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

- •. V*. (Johimbian. Slad* Coplfi ICc. Subscription Price S2J9 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JULY 21,190«. NEGROES TOLD TO 00 OVER 150 FUr ON A THUN AT LAKE CHARLES, L\. LATE SOWN GRAIN DAMAGED. Put on Same Train with Body of Negro Murderer, White Folks of the Town Invade Negro Quarters and Forced All of Them,. Some Half Dressed, to Take to the Tran. New Orleans, July 17.—The work of a remarkable city housecleaning party which placed IfO negro men and women on board a passenger train at Lake Charles, La., and shipped them out of the town and parish is told In the dispatches to this place. They were placed on the samd train with the body of a negro who last week shot and killed the city marshal of Ken : nlngs, La., and who subsequently died in Jail at Lake Charles from wounds received while attempting to avoid arrant Shaptly before midnight the negro tenderloin, known as the “Hole In the Wall," was Invaded by several hundred white men, including some members of the state militia...

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

The Columbian. Publishes Ethbt 8ati-edat. •Foil Line of Pertaining. to'ttosTradev. Bodies' lor Shipment' ASpecialty. JCtA'LISPEL^L, MONT. Sri-eot. •BMOHirrioH—**.00 per year in advance ••Entered Feb. 2,1905, at Columbia Fall*, Mont., as second class matter, tinder Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1679." V. SATURDAY. July 2U 1906. WU.L NOT UK OUTOONK. Bmte, the greatest mining camp on earth, refuses to be outdone even bv San Francisco. It took , an earthquaketo throw down the big hotels in Frisco, bnt in Butte they tnmbledown of thcir own > accord . without any apparent cause. It is said that the falling of tin two big hotels, the Butte and Southern, so soon alter the. caving of the front yard at the Tower residence, has created some apprehension among nervoua people, and given rise to some absurd stories as to the _c»use. The action of those in chaflffi oTthe hotels in warning occupants of, their danger was heroic and deserves remembrance. A NEW t'tr.T. Tie Coliwiaii Hotel N...

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

HOTEL GAYLORD— i H III 1 imr life - ISwiv- and finest £ quipped Jfooei in fintknnd County & ^ tr ir* ir* iF iF MILLER LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia Falls \ '?/ } m SE M grV. Particular men know that sfimmer dust, the stain of vacaJ tion travel, combined with the grease of perspiration, clog and stifle the pores. Keep them clear and healthy, so that you may look ruddy, fresh, and cool these Summer^days. POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle cf impurity from the pores—all the way through—and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development; blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear, leaving nothing but the natural glow of health and cleanliness. A FREE SAMPLE and copy of the famous book “A Treatise on Facial Massage" will be given you if you call at our store for them Columbia Tails Drug Cor i. Get away from, that hot stove and stuffy kitchen- Two or three days in the woods will-, do a world of good. Camp stoves and camping outf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 July 1906

Jagues Jlfg. Co. Chica&o . Bryan to See Historic Spots. William J. Bryan is visiting Oxford, Stratford on Aron, Edinburgh, Glas- gow. Belfast, Cork and Dublin. He will return-to London July 23, when he will-go to Hawarden. Every reader of this paper can get a package of “20-Mule-Team” Borax and a bar of “20-Mule-Team” Borax Soap, with a Beautiful Souvenir Picture 7x14 inches in 10 colors; Absolutely Free. 4 ™ —- For a limlud time only, on receipt of 10 cents in - tamps or t-ilver (to pay postage and packing) withy.ur name and address and yourdcaler’s name, we w 11 send you a fall siae package of that universally used Household Ne e sily, '‘20-MULE-TEAM" BORAX; also a bar ' 20-MULE-TEAM" BORAX SOAP, free; ami i elude a beautiful souvenir picture 7x14 in 10 color ■, called the ‘‘OLD DRIVER’S RE\ ERIE,” wi h a 32page booklet giving 1000 valuable uses for Borax in the Home, Farm, Garden and Dtiry; Borax in the laundry. Nursery, Sick Room and Kiichrn; Preservative uses of Bor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 July 1906

(So him In litft* C^Im 10*. Sobtcrlption Pric* 12^1 p*r Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, JULY 88,190«. VOL. IV. NO. 3. GIEtT NOirflEIN TRAIN GOES OVER ENBANKRENT. Seven Bodlee Lye at Bottom of Lake. Nine Killed and Many Injured.— Wreck Caused by Rotten State of Roadbed. Nine persons killed and seven of tbese'lylng at the bottom of Diamond lake among the vnreokage of a Great Northern passenger train, and a nnm ber more seriously injured, la the latest report from Camden, where the train, bound for Spokane at 4:18 Monday night, apparently running wild through the tunnel, bounded from the track and plunged Into the lake. The passengers seemed to have a premonition of impending disaster, but it was probably simply uneasiness at the great speed of the train as it neared the fatal bend. The men were speaking of the danger of suoh fast travel and just before the engine cleared the tunnel it may have oome to the minds of many that they .were riding down hill behind a runaway engine. Then the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 July 1906

Fult Line of Pertaining, the Trader. sit sparing Bodies- Bor Shipment A'Specialty. The Columbian, rOBUSHED KVEBT SAtDRDAT. K. V.-Z.AXDOBK, KdHor »H<J Owner. itAXxai •CBEduvriOK—*2.00 per year in advance ••Enteral Feb. 2,1906, at Columbia Falle, Mont., as eecond clan matter, under Aot of Congress of March 3rd, IWO." SATURDAY. July 28, 1906. Telephone .20 * BkAXiSPELi-. MONTia 34© Main Street. Intensive farming, in the Bitter Root valley near Missoni's, is said to be beyond the expectation of those who firM engaged in it. The five and ten aowfarms are reported to yield a revenue of from two hundred to one thousand dollars per acre. That is southern Califor--nia repeating itecif in one of the valleys of Montana. When the big farms in the Flathead are cut up into small tracts, and each tract becomes the prosperous home of a thrifty family, who till their land according to well known and amply demenstrated methods of modern agriculture and horiculture, our valley will be one o...

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

HOTEL GAYLORD— li'i'ii'ii'i* !' Hi I'lr Seat anti &inii Cquippad Jfoee/ in Cauniy # tn iF *n sF IF F* [HILLER t* LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia falls r !*■ _x .*r 7 Particular men know Ihst summer dust, the stain of vacation travel, combined with the grease of perspiration, clog and stifle the p<Jres. Keep them clear and healthy, so that you may look ruddy, fresh, and cool these Summer dkys. P O M P EIA N MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores—all the way through—and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development; blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear, leaving nothing but the natural glow of health and cleanliness. A FREE SAMPLE and copy of the famous book "A Treatise on Facial Massage" will be given you if you call at our store for them Columbia falls Drug Co Get envoy from, that Hot stove and stzvffy Tutchen* Two or three days in the woods willdo a world of goodCamp stoves and camping outfits...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 July 1906

. »■* Plot A8 DRAUQHT ANIMAL*. A PRETTY MILKMAID In Use For Over Thirty Years MSTHM "Recent orders of the German government tequire the officials and em ployes of the railroads to learn and speak the English language. Schools of Instruction for this purpose have already been established at Munich and Nuremberg by the German government Dr. William R. Brooks, director of the Smith observatory at Geneva. N. Y., who discovered the first comet of the year, has now 25 discoveries to his credit Austria is the only empire In the world which has never had colonies, or even transmarine possessions, in any quarter of the earth. Her ambition has hitherto been continental. E. J. Mather of Ohio, an official of the Mexican National railroad, says war between the United States and Mexico is inevitable. Americans, Germans and Englishmen holu the best positions and have aroused the Jealousy of the natives. This hatred Is growing and the government Is unable to cope with the situation. Mather declares...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 August 1906

, V SiatU Copl.. Me. SnbKripUoa Price $2.51 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, AUGUST 4, 190«. TWO YACHTS COUIDE EIGHT PEBSHNS DKOVNED OFF THE NEW JERSEY COAST. Life Saving Crewi at Herefore Inlet Station Did Great Work In ReacurIng Victim* of Accident—Rough Sea Turned Sloop Yacht Nora Completely Over—32 Pereona Into Sea. Anglesea, N. J., July 30.—Two yachts coming In from the fishing banks capsled on Horeforo Inlot bar Sunday and eight persons lost their lives. There were 32 persons on one yacht, of whom seven were lost, and 12 on the other. That there were not more victims was due to Captain Henry S. Ludlam of the Herefore Inlet life savin? station and a crew of five men. Bodies recovered: FREDERICK FISCHER, Sr., Philadelphia. HERBERT HAMMED, Lansdale, Pa. WALTER SNYDER, Philadelphia. JOHN FOGARTY, Haverford. Pa. J. STARKEY, Philadelphia. JERRY DONOHUE, Philadelphia. Unknown man. Missing—Samuel Lender, Woodbury, N. J. Anglesea Is one of the favorite fishing places along the New Je...

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

Carries a Fall Line of Everything Pertaining to the Trade. s eparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 ICALISPKLL. MONT. 340 Main Sn-oeC. JF IT STEVTinSTS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Prnotioe In Stnte and Federal Courts and betonjjthe Laud Office Mdtary Fublic, Poatoffice Bleek. Kalinpell - - Montana. Increase your egg produce by feeding your hens Flathead Poultry For-eale at Columbia FaHa • *-OOQ. ■ Drug Co. and Jus Kennedy. -TIMBER LANS. ACT JUNE 3, 1878.NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. "DifltcdStntet Land Offlcc,Kulltp«ll. Mont. June 27. iuo(L Notice Jb bereby Rl'-en that In coiii|illance ’with the provlHlons ol tj'-e net ol conKtos. ol Junes. IMS, entitled "An act lor the rale ol timber lands in the state, of California. Oregon. Nevada and Washington Territory," a. extend, eil to all the public laud states by acted August «,18D2. — JCL1A L. rARKRR, of Columbia I'alls. county of Flathead, State of Monlaim, has this day filed In this ofllce her >»«JR Ctatenu-iit No. 12fH. lor th...

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