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

1 -V HOTEL CAYLORD— and finesl 6quipped Jfoatl in JfyatA+ac/ County $ *■» F ir^ iF tr ^ HILLER £» LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia falls Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible lor most complexion troubles. Summer dust, the stain of vacation travel, combined with the Ktcasc of perspiration, clog and stifle the pores. Keep V 1C ™ c ; ear , an “ healthy, so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the skin. POMPEIAN 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 wnmediately disappear, leaving 'nothing but the natural glow of ae&ltn. GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE If you will call at our atore we will gladly give you free a generous sample ol the cream and a copy of the famous book, A Treatise an Facial Massage Columbia Falls Drug Co. GRANT & TRIPPET CM Cigiutn COLUMBU FALLS, MONT. Draught...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 November 1906

* Kidneys When they are week, torpid, or etagnant. the whole ayetem enflers. Don’t neglect them at this time, bnt heed the warning ot the aching back, the bloated face, the sallow complexion, the urinary disorder, and begin treatment at once with 0 Hood’s Sarsaparilla which contains the best and safest curative substances. v In uanal liquid form or in chocolated tablets known os Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1 W. L. DOUGLAS *3.50&*3.00 Shoes BUT IN THK WORLD VLOoughs $4 Git Edge line A THEATER TRUST WILL INCLUDE 330 OF LARGEST THEATERS IN THE U. S. They tylll Plan All Tours—To Be Represented In Every City In the United States—la $50,000,000 Combine—To Include Klaw 4 Erlanger, the Frohmans, Al Hayman and Others. fcoe* I Tty w. U Douglaa Women's, Misses end M Children's shoes; for style, lit end weer P» they excel other mekes. 1 II I could take you Into my large factories at Brockton, Mass..and show you bow carefully W.L. Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they ...

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

I I im I obmbii Siitla CaplM I0«. SnfcKripUoo Price J2J0 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. NOVEMBER 24,1906. VOL. IV. XO. 20. Fim-ONE DROWNED TWO STEAMERS IN COLLISION ON POfiET SOOND, Steamer Jeannle Strike* the Steamer Dlx and Latter DI*appeai»—Cau*e of Accident was a Misunderstanding of Signals—Water Was Smooth as Mlllpond-^-Jeannle Was Not Injured. LATE NEWS ITEMS. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 20.—In a collision between the steamship Jeannle, belonging to the —asks Coast company. Captain P. H. Mason, and the Puget sound steamer Dlx, belonging to the Alkl Point Transportation company, 41 people were frowned Sunday night. There were 79 pasengers on board. The cause of the accident was a misunderstanding of signals. The Jeannle struck the LiX on her starboard side Just abaft midships, and keeled her over. S|^ filled with water, then right ed and wont down stern first, sinking within five minutes of the time of the colusion. The Dlx was on ner way to ' Port Blakeley from Seattle, and the J...

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

Carries a Fait Line of Everything Pertaining to thn Trade. Thf3 Columbian. PUBLIBHID tevXRT SaTURDAT. H. r. tAECGEK, Editor and Owner. RATES: ■OBBOKIPTIOK—♦s.00 per year in advance • Entered Feb. 2, 1906, at Columbia Falls, Mont., as second class matter, onder Act of Congress of March 3rd, lf!79. r ' PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Miss Amelia Bingham Is the latest actress to be mentioned as a future star under the Shubert management Sir Charles Wyndham arid Mary Moore will be-scen In "Captain Drew on Leave” when they come to Amer> lea. When Ethel Barrymore, completes her tour in "Alice Slt-by-the-Flre" slicwlll be seen In a new comedy. “Kathleen," written by H. V. Esmonde. Miss Lillian Bussell says that her -TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE S, 1878.NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. United Staten Land Office. Kalla pell, Mont. Oct. iSlh I'j;C. hotlco hereby given that In compllanco with the m-orlalona ol the act of CongreJs of Jane 8. 1878. entitled -An act for Iheaaloel timber landa In tbo States ol Cali...

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

•> o -• 4 i-'. . v, HOTEL GAYLORD S8cst and S’inost Equipped Jfoao/ in J’/athead County SO SO go -go % HILLER &> LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia falls GRANT & TRIPPET Civil Eogws COLUMBIA FALLS, MONx! Drnughtinjs nnd Irrigation Wort a SpprinLy. H- B. GRANT W. K. TRU’PKT Summer Comfort and Cleanliness tt\e ixtrcs of !!>e s!;in ire responsible for most complexion troubles. Summer dust, the stain of vacation travel, combined with the incase of pcrsp.ration, cloft and stifle the pores. Kceb them clear and healthy, so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the skin. POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every part Me of impurity from the pores—all the way through and by frt mly rxcrcisinK the.facial .muscles rounds to perfect development , blackheads and wrinkles :ly disappear, leaving nothing but the natural glow them out immediately disappear of health. e£££?9 US V > ' cm W,U C2!1 ?t our store wc will gladly gi...

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

parllla other modlelot. U merit ai It has been, bu at>- sctnal count more than i two years. blood, euros all blood dlsind all oruptlons. at the stomach, creates an l builds up the whole system. ■ that tired feellns and makes the nr I liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as tarMtaba. 100 doses th Dancing Instructions A simple, yet thorough course of written instructions (look let form} on the correct dancing of the waltz and two-step; every movement illustrated and e xplained. Prion lu ordering, suite whether I rice, for lady or gentleman. Published by Neollan Academy ol Dancing, Spokane, Wash. Reference: L. U. Monroe, -ecrotary of 8po- BOP Ift HTHEDUl TERRIBLE EXPLOSION IN ST. PETER’S, ROME, ITALY, Belief In Some Quartere That Anaf' chista Planned to Asaaaalnate Pope —Bio Panic In Cathedral—Ae If by Miracle, All Eecape Injury and Great Structure la Not Damaged. Steamer Rama Big Bridge. Duluth, Minn., Nor. 21^The big steel steamer James E. Davidson, Captain Albert Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 December 1906

SiatUCvpiM 16«. iBlKrirtln PHm S2J« nr Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. DECEMBER 1,190« i vol. iv. no. an NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* ift Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Event*. Mayor Eugene Schmitz of San Francisco has arrived home from his visit In Europe. Commander R. E. Peary and Mrs. Peary left Sydney for New. York by rail Monday. Samuel Gompers was reelected president of the American Federation of Labor last Saturday, George W. Cable, the novelist, and Miss Eva C. Stevenson of Lexington, Ky., were married recently. Andrew Carnegie has offered the city of Baltimore $600,000 for the erection of 20 new branches of tao Enoch Pratt free library. John Helmstreet, who was 181 years old last January, died at the Chicago home for Incurables Saturday. He was born atJRome, New York, In 1S06. Miss Harriot Harger of FonUac. Mich., was killed and 16 other persbns I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 December 1906

The Columbian. Pcbubbco Etsxt Bxtvxvxy. ■. t ^— 'u, r. LAXITOKB, KdUor and Owun. MATBBi avMosiPTioM—13.00 per year in advance Entered Feb. 3,1006, at Oolnmbia Falla, Mont., aa cecood claaa matter, under Act of Congrea* of March 3rd, WTO.'’ SHORT STORIES. / «FIIWEE IdUfi) ACT. JUNE 8. 1873 —WTIGE FOE PUBLICATION. D. A Lead Offlea. KalUpall, Mont., Not. ath, UM. JOHN SAMtA. MonUjiA,bM gLgjj *UU of d»T died In tbia offlce his to; 1730, tor the pu - NV -•of KallipeU, ‘county of Flathead os tana, baa this da; ‘ it,and the bWW Sw';, . o. Si, Township No. 81, .11 offer proof to show that _ , aonjht la more ralnahle for Itl Umber zsssl^^s^ 1 ^ jsn&r 10 rer of this office>t KalisHe names aa wltnesaee: Gui DeStaffenr. , Au( JlenXendorf. A. F. Leopold and Lew Thomaa, allotKalUpell. Mont. Any and all wwaont clalmlni adrereelr the aboro-described landiare requested to file their a^lasalathlaofUcaoaor belor. said tth day Rn,,ler . —TfMBEB LAliD, ACT JUNE 3,1878— NOTICE FOR ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 December 1906

'< OTEL GAYLORD— aat ^ -fonts*’GyJVooot in fiaifoad Comity # IF F *r IF iF iF ^ FILLER LEWIS "ProfjHetor* - - Columbia falia GRANT & TRIPPET 'Hi Eigto •COCUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting and Irrigation Work i a SperiaUy. H. B. GRANT *W. K. TRIPPET Summer Comfort and Qeah&ness The pores of the skin are responsible lor most complexion troubles, bummer dust, the stain of vacation travel, combined with the grease of perspiration, clog and stifle the pores. Keep them clear and healthy, so that the natural oils may do their •work ol softening the skin. JPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM 'Withdraws every particle of irnpurityffom ihe pores—all the war through—and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds cct d eve ] 0 p ment . blackheads and wrinkles pear, leaving nothing but the natural glow immediately of health. CENEROUS If you will call at our store we will gladlygivc you ’ SAMPLE free a generous sample of the cream and a copy of FREE the famous hook, A Treat...

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

AM**.. i.MTe* cczero. i other form of crop it tn the f rrteta ' we«knca«, lantmor. ■ treDoral debility, without £ £ i expels them, renovate*, tones the whole system, tony of thoosende ennnelly. lltnte, but Insist on hsvlne Attractions at the Spokane. , The attractions booked at the Spokane theater for the rest of the month also for the month of December, are as follows: November 27-28, Amerta Gallatin in "Dorothy Vernon of Hsddon Hill." November 29, Maxine Elliott In "Her Great Match.” November 30 and December 1. John Orlfflth In "Richard the Third." December 3-4-5. Florence Roberts in “The Strength of the Weak.” December 7-8, "Sis Hopkins." December 13-14-lo, Max Flgman In "The Man on the Box.” December 16-17-18, "Peggy From Paris." December 20, The Juvenile Bostonians. December 21-22, Kerry Gow. December 23, week, Stewart Opera company. December 30, ‘The Yankee Consul." To Destroy $2,000,000 Building. New York, Nor. 25.—The most valuable of the properties which the board of estima...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 December 1906

Columbian Slnjl Copies 10c. Sobscrlplloa Price $2.50 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. DECEMBER 8, 1906. SUMMARY OF : THEMESSAGE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT IN THE FAVOR OF JAPS. The president’s mesinge was laid before congress after the opening last Tuesday. Printed copies were placed on the deeks of all who closely follow ed the reading. President Roosevelt, in his message delivered to congress, urges: Passages of a law prohibiting all corporations from contributing to campaign expenses of any party. J^aw conferring upon the government the.right of appeal in criminal oases on questions of law. This measure designed to prevent government prose-oution-of trusts and other violators of federal statutes being blocked by unfa ▼orable rulings in irfferior ^courts on technicalities. A law tJ prevent setting aside judgements of inferior courts on immaterial technicalities is also recommended. A bill limiting number of nours' of labor of railway employes. The president enters a general plea fot th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 December 1906

L 1 -'- v ‘ S'V - Carries a Fall Line of Everything Pertaining ^ Trade. preparing Bodies F.or Shipment A Specialty. §&• * Telephone 20 KALISPBLL. MONT340 Main Stroot. TIMBER IANS’ ACT, JUNE 8. 1873 -NOTICE ?0**,POBLlCATlON. 0.;B. Land Office, Kallspell, Jlont.. Nor. 9th,.1906. Notice 1« hereby given that In compliance with the provisions ol the act of Congress of JuneS,187H, entitled “An act for the sale of tlmbesjands in the States of California, Oregon. Nevada, «nd>Aashtngton Territory,” as extorf *d to all the PoWic Land stales by act of Aug- nst 4,1802. JOBN lAMA. of. Kallspell,. county of Flathead, state oi Montana, has this day Hied tn this office his •worn statement No. 1730, for the purchase ot the NEW 8EJ4. Sec. 31,aud the NWU SwU. SK.atvk, of Sec. No. 3i, Township No. 31. Eangc No. 20, andwlll offer proof to show that thated sought Is more valuable for its timber ot stone than for sgrlcultural purposes..and to ‘establish hts claim to said land before...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 December 1906

nOTCI GAYLORD— Lii'te fPEIAtf/i imassage ^CREAMj Summer Comfort and Cleanliness r The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles, bummer dust, the stain of vacation travel, combined with the Rtca-c of perspiration, clog and stifle the pores. Keep them cl^ar and healthy, so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the skin. POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores—all the way through—and by gemiy exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect dcvelopmefit; blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear, leaving nothing but the natural glow o! health. and Swingst Equipped JVoaei in County # aF* IF F" F F F % ! HILLER £» LEWIS Proprietor* - - Colombia fails GRANT & TRIPPET Ciril Eigim COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting and Irrigation Work a Specially. rf. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET m GENEROUS If you will call at our stoje we will gladly give you ? generous sample of the cream and a copy of FREE the fanipui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 December 1906

I Rheumatism of the constitutional diseases, it I Itself In local aches and palns,Jolnts and stiff muscles,—bat It cannot be cored by local applications. It requires constitutional treatment, and the best Is a'coarse of the great blood purifying and tonic medicine Hood’s Sarsaparilla which neutralises the acidity of the blood and builds up the whole system. In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known asJBarsatabs. 100 doses*!. Although the population of the United Kingdom increased by 2,000.000 during the last six years, there has been a decline of nearly 2.500,000 barrels In the consumption of beer. There is also a steady decline iu the use of spirits. On the other hand, the 155,* 767,710 pounds of tea Imported for home consumption during the first seven months'of i-o6 mark an Increase of 10,000,000 over the same period in 1905. J Famous Indian Woman Dlea. Tacoma, Wash.—A report from the Qulnault Indian reservation states that "grandma" Mason, mother of old Chief Mason, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1906

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1906

i Merry Christmas | " 1 WE beg to thank our patrons for the generous support given us u during the past year 7 and will in our future relations ceaselessly strive by act and deed to retain your confidence, good will and patronage* • Below are a few delicacies you should have to make your Christmas dinner complete. Let us have your order *£«£*# SWEET POTATOES DATES CRANBERRIES ASPARAGUS TIPS ORANGES CORN ON COB LETTUCE BANANAS CELERY APPLES FIGS LEMONS CAKES NUTS s CANDY iTttt XlIII ?S?L E r B TAFT, ELSETHAGEN is CO. “Santa Claus has taken charge of our store.” A FATEFUL NECKLACE. FOLLOWED INSTRUCTIONS. tlolidaij Gifts for Everybody Young or Old Th« Chriatmas bujora are invited to call and look over ror complete line of Holiday Good., all new. And there are gifts among them appropriate for all, grandma or the wee baby Ce<eflKe<eS(e(e(e(eCe WMeSOfrfrCefr** (* <9 SC-W!^eSS(e(e»Ce<KeSCe(e(SKeCe(eSCe JAMES KENNEDY ZtAe brewery Saloon %)ave Srev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1906

« Pk: SlD|i Copies 10c. Subscription Price J2.50 per Year. NEWS OF NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OREGON AND MONTANA ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Qsthered From Our Exchanges of the 8urrounding Country—Numerous Accidents and Personal Events Take Place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. Patrick Burns, aged 90 years, died recently of general debility. Mr. Burns was one of the first setUers In the Big Bend. In clearing away the wreck near Garfield last week the terribly mangled body of a tramp who was stealing a rfSe was discovered. Several Spokane dairymen are talking about raising the price of milk on account of Increased expense of feeding during the midwinter months. Sev A. B. Chapin died recently In Tacoma after a long Illness from heart trouble. He was a pastor of Bpworth M. E. church and well known on. the north coast. Chief of Police Waller of Spokane has IftsuS* an order that all boys and girls found loitering around the streets at-night who are under 7 years of age be place...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1906

Carried a Full’Line of Erer^thing Pertaining tb tbe-Tradei preparing Bodies£1!! EorShipmeitf ^ Specialty. Telephone 20 XAXjISPISXjXj. MOii'r. 340 Street. to >ii sid# ailkp| (Mia tt UMBEK LAND ACT, JUNE 8. 1878 —NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION. til s.ku4 0«c*. r.U.p.11. Mont., Not. Ith.jm. *Ir«n tk»t In complUno* I ol tho net of Coograu of ..f’An *et for iko-wlo of tb* SUbu of O&Uforulo, Oregon Jwrftoijr." ». owocC •utc»k^«ctof A Of JOHN ZADBA, all Xalkpell, county of FUthood. M>U ol ManUn*. hu thU day tiled in tbU o«oo hir (Worn statement Ko. 1730. for the purchase of bore No. 20.andjtlU offer proof, to show that thelaaAenagbg-IsmQBS<Taluablefor IU timber os stone than fee agTlcultumlPurnuses. end to eaUblUh his claim to saU. land before the Register and Receiver of this office at KallsboU, Kont., on Monday, the 4th day February. He names as witnesses: Gas DeStaffeny, Aug Benkendorf, A. F. Leopold and Lew nomas, all ol Kalltpell, Mont. Anyandedi t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1906

• * a- HOTEL GAYLORD and S'/'nost Ctfu/pptrd Jifoeo/ in County $ ir IF iF iF F* F ^ MILLER €• LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia Falls TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. See thoee Art Pl»ie» at Hutchinson Bra£ Mbs Rose Sellmnn visited at Spokane seaeiral days this week. MIee b)uresea Tulbot was a Columbia laOa'tiskor at Kalispell last Saturday. Bore--To the wHe of James Grist, a son, on Saturday, December 8ih, 1906. J-. T. Ualeliineou was a visitor at the Hutchinson Lumbes Co. mtll at Whitefish Bunds)'. Come in and buy a copy of onr holiday edition and send it to a friend for a Christmas gilt. Buy your wife or beat girl a few pieces of that beautiful Japanese China, for Xmxsat Hutchinson Bros. When in Kalfcpeil you are invited to call at The Pantry and see our line of Toys, Dolls sad Beoks. We have them all skinned-on^pricet. J. F. Pattison, Kslispell, Mont. Martin Conlon, of Wliltefish, was a visitor in town Sunday, and .spent several plrasaut hours waiting for the train to return io his duties Mon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1906

8P0RTINQ NOTES. * t fc i Jackie* Drowned. ..12—A number of samp «u.= harbor boats) belonging to the Japanese crulBer Chltose were caught In a squall here Sunday while returning from a trip. A number of the boats were overturned and 60 men were drowned. Keep In Good Health. There are many thousands of people all over the world who can attribute their good health to taking one or two Brandreth’s Pills every night Those pills cleanse the stomach and bowels, stimulate the kidneys and liver and purify the blood. They are the same fine laxative tonic pill your grandparents used, and being purely vegetable they are adapted to children and old people, as well as to those In the vigor of manhood and womanhood. Brandreth's Pills have been In use for over a century and arc for sale everywhere. He Indorse* Dr. Crapsey. Providence, R.- I.. Dec. 11.—Rev. Joseph Hutchenson, rector of St. Mark’s Episcopal church In Warren, In a sermon Sunday condemned the decision In the Crapsey case. Indorsed Dr. ...

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