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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1906

IV mmmi fl V///: i / / / ^ ■ / / i 111 !lU?,rTX The Pu.re Food Law Finds no Fault with .Our Beer Patronise A_ Home p • ->, Product. Mspell Malt L Brewing Co. HUTCHUSTSON EPOS. H^3quartcrs for Logger^ Supplies of all kinds A_ Birds-eye view of Columbia Falls. Showing the towo’ft-location In the Badrock Canyon In the Northeast comer of the Beautiful FLATHEAD VALLEY. (Shir JPo/May Tfumbrr. Th# OolumbU. com*, b^for* hi ^**4•n thli week m a louvenlr holiday •dition, and we era proud to tay that we owe it* increaaed *ize to th* *n> Urprliinj buiineii wen ol oar little town. As edition ot thti kiad it beneficial to a town when aupportid br the basineea men in io fenereua a wianner, and it goei to ahow what can be done in a town of oar aice If each and erarjr 'raaidcnt work together and pull togalhar. ■It meant advancament. A raar ago thia paper aollcltad outaide adreriiaamanta in ordar to pat aa on a liTing baaia. fbeia ada are Cenaplcaoua in thair abiancain thla'iiiu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1906

WE WISH YOU ALL*A MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY NEW YEAR Grocery Department Celery Canned Fruits and Vegetables Sweet Potatoes Bananas Oranges Apples Preserved Fruits Fresh Nuts / Candies of all Kind Chase & Sanborn’s Famous Coffee Meat Market Dry Goods Fresh Heats of all Kinds New Goods Received ALL AT THE STORE OF THE R. W. MAIN MERCANTILE CO. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. .A_ IW \f) Fresh Cranberries Candies in Fancy Boxes Pop Corn Turkeys Chickens Fresh Oysters Fish in this Department Every Week o

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 December 1906

i Slnjl Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2.50 per Year. Mnmimvu COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. DECEMBER 22,1906. asu "X "W T HEN Pierre Nadrau brough: \/\ / hi* blooming brldt to tjie Rlrer \ \ Pachot, ho wa» young and strong, fresh from tho lumber camps of Lake St. John. He had been appoliyed wharf foreman In his new home, and had grown old and gray as time went on, until a small farm and dwelling, bought with the fruits of his toll, provided a shelter for his declining years. Two sons had been born to the Nadeaus, who, as they grow to manhood, went naturally to the lumber camps. ~Sfter a time, however, attracted by promises of higher wages and cash payment. In Hsu of store trade, they sought the growing West. When they left their home they were clad Ha provincial fashion; when they returned, on a visit only, they were clad In store clothes and radiant neckwear, and they used strange English, such as made the Pere Nadeau sick at heart. Finally, after unbridled depreciation of the surround...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 December 1906

MUM ie einKiai Orri^a FW1 Line of Eyerything Pertaining The Columbian. Pobumoud Er*BT Satubdat. H. V. I.ASDVSK, K^ltoxmaA Owner. BArm*. •CB«C3i«iQ»i—|2XH> per yw is adrsnca “ Watered. Ffb. 8, 190$,.at Oblnmbia Falla, Mont., aa second class matter, A<jt <>(. Cpngreas of March 3rd, preparing Bodies Kor Shippenh iSftecialt^ KALXJB] 340’ 8AT0RT>A"Y. Dec. 23. 1908. m xm f* Mm *>s< ^MfiBKlrAID ‘-KfffilOE.'Bl ACT, JUNE 8. 1878 GB,'K*fcMJBUCAT10N. 0. A laiad Offloa. Jtalftpril. Ment.. . . Not-,9!h. J90». Kotloa la berrinr.. tlreD that In eompUanaa arlth tha prorliloui of the act of Confren of oniitlad '!An set for-.the sals of In the States of California.Oreton. TMrltory,~ai exteef state* by, act of Ang arllh the prov Jane », 187s, on tlnber lands In id*, and Washington > ahjOt*Public Land. soant i\» «t Kallapell, ’ county of ! Mentana, has this day lllc< sworn statement No. 1730,. I ed to ■na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 December 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD emti Jinosi fjguippud. JPoatj im ^tatA+wJ Gommig # iF tn iF IF ^ MULLER £» LEWIS Proprietors - - Coin able falls Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion trpuDles. summer 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 of softening the skin. POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM ill the way rounds withdraWs every particle of impurity from the pores-all through—and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development; blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear, leaving nothing hut the natural glow of health. GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE at our store we will gladly gfve you ■u r ample of the cream and a copy of ■'-w, A Treatise en Facial Massage Columbia Falls Drug Co. 'AMINT^ HUNTERS s filter's Headquarters Hutchioson Bros. tlUMt Columbia Falls, Mont. Ill ^ SM "W© have a ISTice Line of Rifl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 December 1906

GOVERNOR LEADS FIGHT. BOY IS NOT MURDERER. I Doses Slim OF A WAR Tree only of Hood’s Sarsaparilla, the one great blood purifier and general tonic. This remarkable medicine has effected many radical and permanent onres that are the wonder of the worid. It eradicates all humors from pimples to scrofula. 100 Doses $1 In usual liquid (form or In chocolated tablets known u SarMtab*. 100 doses *L UNITED STATES AND JAPAN IS THE UTEST RUMOR. European Countries Are Discussing the Probability of It—Russia Will Take Advantage—Seizing Opportunity to Make Demand for Concessions sn the Amur River. BATTLES WITH A HAT PIN. Uprising at State Farm Is Quickly Put Down. Jackson, Miss.—With Governor Vardanian rushing at the head of reinforcements to their aid. guards on the Oakley state farm crushed a negro mutiny recently, drove the rebels to their colls at the muzzles of leveled revolvers, triced up and (logged the ringleaders of the uprising, sent to Jackson for a physician, and calmly report ed to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 December 1906

*• V r c- fflalumbiatt V'li Slnjl Copies ICc. Subscription Price $2^0 per Veer. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. DECEMBER 29,1906. PERISHED IN WRECK NINE [PERSONS WERE KILLED AT ENDERL1N, N. D. Canadian Paasanger Train Bound for 8t. Paul. Crashed Into Switch Engine—Dead and Wounded Piled In Great Heap—Wreckage Took Fire and Rescuers Had Hard Fight Enderlln, N. D., Dec. 24.—Loaded to Its full capacity with people going to Ujelr homes In the east to spend the ChrUtmas holidays, the southbound train on the Minneapolis, 8t. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie crushed Into a switch engine In the west end of the railroad yards at this place at 2:10 o'clock Sunday morning. Bight men were killed outright and one since has died of his Injuries. Twenty-seven were seriously Injured and It Is likely that the death list will be added to. All of the fatalities occurred In the smoking car, which was completely telescoped by the baggage car, and only two of the occupants of this car escaped Injury. The car...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 December 1906

•VAV4V Carries a Full Line of Everything Pertaining tothe Trade. The «Oolmnbiaxi. PCBUBZTED EVSBT SaTDBDAT. * H. F. Z.ARDOBR, Editor and Owner. RAXB»! •cbbciuition—12.00 per year in Advance •Bnterod Feb. 2. 1908, at Columbia Falla, Mont., ai tecond clats matter, under Act of CoDKrees of March 3rd. 1B79." [Preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. . Telephone 20 KALISPELL. MONT 340 Main Street. j. i. mm SATURDAY. Dec. 29, 1906. It is with doe reaped that.tlie InterLake doles ont boquets to the GUt-Koinjt board of commissioners. If the new board next fall awards that paperjthe county piinting contract for two venrs. they will lie smothered with the same ‘bouquet*.” & (drefo fafc Mm iriMBBE LAND ACT, JUNE 8, 1878 —Notice for publication. V. 8. Land Offlce, KalispeU, Mont.. -- Motto* ii hereby given th»t in co’mpllanoe with the proTisfoni ot the net o[ Congreu ot ■ t *, 1878. entitled "d Saturday’s rain was followed Sunday by a light snow fall and a freeze up. Sleighing is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 December 1906

- K|7 HOTEL GAYLORD 1 S8<rst and finest 6<pt/pp»d Jfoaal in JlathwaJ Coumty $ iF IF iF ^ ! HILLER & LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia falls (mmm m mwmm I massage I CHEAM Summer Comfort and Cleanliness i* ■ The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles, bummer dust, the stain of vacation (ravel, 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 of softening the skin. POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores—all the way through—and by gently exercisirtg the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development; blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear, leaving nothing but the natural glow ol hcalm. GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE If you will call at our store we will gladly give yon the famous book, A Treatise en Facial Massage Columbia falls Drug Co. Hutchinson Bros. Columbia falls, Mont. iii ^ m We have a Nice Line...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 December 1906

ti tbo Bkln, Itvor, cannot take care . and other ernpthat tired feeling, ; fits of In digestion, dull headmay other troubles are due to .Item. They are removed'by Hood’s Sarsaparilla In tuna! Mqold form or In chocolated '♦.t.w.mawnasSfMitato*. 100 doses tl. Jape Increase Army. The Japanese cabinet has agreed to the Increase of the Japanese army by two divisions as urged by the minister of war. The Japanese army will have a total of 19 divisions when the lni Is made. Bow's This? jBjK ffluessvisretss % 4 CO., Props. Toledo, O. EtoM flnpd;^ ^l?to *HsIrsCatantiCoreU taken Internally, actr upon the blood and mucou« rof- ' , Price 75c. per bottle. _ Testimonial* free. * are the beet. Are Educating Filipinos. Secretary Taft and Dr. David P. Barrows, director of education of the Philippines, recently discussed the ducatlonal conditions in the Islamfi- with President Roosevelt. Dr. Barrows told the president that within six or seven years, there would be practically no Ignorant children amon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 January 1907

> let' Sotltly of Montiw,^//f/ l dnmUm. Siaji Copies 10c. Subscription Price $2^0 per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS. kONTANA. JANUARY 5,1907. } NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORTiOiSPATCHESIFROMlALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenlnge In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Former President Grover Cleveland Is conflned to his house suffering from an attack of acute Indigestion. The Jury in the case of Colonel William D. Mann of Town Topics, charged with perjury, returned a verdict of acquittal. The eastern continent Is covered with the heaviest fall of snow in years. Railroad traffic* In France, Spain, Switzerland and Belgium Is seriously hampered. President A.-J. Cassatt of the Pennsylvania railroad died suddenly last Friday. Vigorous objection will bo Interposed by the churches of Washington, D. C., to the adoption by congress of the uniform divorce laws agreed upon at the recent convention of the national con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 January 1907

ft Full Line ofPertaining to the Tade. jpariag Bodies For. Shipment A ^ecklty. 2S©tephon<*,2Q. KAiilSPEUU . ^PKTMUD Mcdn>. Street. - .i.. 4I1BER LAUD' ACT. JVNft JfTl —H0T1CB FOB FftBUOATWR. XalUpell..eoauty FlmthuA,, hu tbU d»Y filed U IhU ofita hie mo. 1780, lor the purcheue ol Tec. M^nd the NWV 8wU. , Mo. U. TownehipMo. »I. dwtll oiler proel to ehow thet le more reluehle lor IU Umber lor efiTtculiorel porpoeet, end to otalm to told Usd before the r el thl> oil Ice et Kelle,p.the ah. d*r lebrnery, Itheeeee;. Ooe DeauOenr, A.Leopolii aad. beer rlbed Unde ere reoneeiedlo file their elathleofllce on or before, eeld .etb i*T brnerr. U07 ei»D*rw w.8KiNKH,J<e»l*ter. not- 17th. TJjiBERLAWD, AWJUNIMrlBTSNOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. jf. a. land Office, Kallspell, Montane Mot. 10th, UOI. that In compliance -o.- the act ol Concrcu ol _ J.."An act lor the eale ol iSieMaol California, Orefon, ~ ]tazjr, , ‘aaeatend- n epeie awoneetateinenta ter the purebaa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 January 1907

HOTEL GAYLORD— and tm Jtwtkvmd C^mm* & F r-' ir iF 5^ F % ■■MILLER e. LEWIS Proprietors ■ - ColombU Tails Summer Comfort and Geanlmess The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles. Summer 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 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 disapi immediately of b«a,Uh. isappear, leaving nothing but the natural glow GENEROUS 1 f you will cal 1 at our store we will gladly give you SAMPLE free a ccncrous sample of the cream and a copy of FREE the famous book, A Treatise an Facial Massage Columbia Falls Drug Co. Hutchinson Bros. Columbia Falla, Mont. ■i HI ■We have a Nice Line of Rifles and A-mmunition. TOWN ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 January 1907

AL POLICY FAVORS IT FOR IMPROVEMENTS. an Address to Prominent BuslFavorlng the Policy ot •Would Spend Five Hundred Million Dollars to Improve Our Great Waterways. Congressman Richard Bartholdi of 8t Louis declared recently In an address before business men, bankers and large shippers of St. Louis for a national policy of Issuing bonds for International Improvements, especially waterways. "Since the civil war,” he said, “every great question which has divided political parties has been a business question. We have a right to conclude that the party Is most likely • to succeed which Is most willing to champion the cause of general welfare by promoting the most Important business policy ever before the country. The chairman of the committee on appropriations. Congressman Tawney, said In an Interview at Chicago the other day: ‘International waterway Improvements can not be expected until our appropriations for the army and navy are lessened or special taxes are levied.' "If our governme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1907

--V.S Cflhttnbuiit Siafl Copies 10c. Subscrlptloa Price S2M per Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JANUARY 12,1907. ;■ 1 — 1 - ' - VOL, IY. NO. 27. KILLED BY A BOMB ASSASSIN PLAYS HAVOC IN A PHILADELPHIA BANK, Caahler Wm. Z. McLear of Fourt 8t National Bank la Dead and Several Clerks Were -Injured Bomb Thrower Had Been Refuted a Loan—Crime Waa Hla Revenge. ! HILL-HARRIMAN MAKE PEACE Philadelphia, Jan. 6.—A bomb, thrown by an unidentified man shortly before noon in the Tourth Street National bank, killed Caahler William Z. McLear and the bomb thrower. AbouLlO clerk* were injured. Two of the latter may die. Fire started and a panic occurred, the district being crowded at the time. The interior of the building was entirely wrecked. The police Immediately threw a heavy guard around the acattered cash and securities. One of the most seriously injured was William Krupp, negro porter. Hla face was half blown away and bis eyea blown out. T. A. Hoabach was so •baoly burned It Is believed he will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1907

« The Columbian. Pimuans Brar 8atc«d*t. Editor and Own or. MATBMi . •DBdvumoK—(2.00 p«r year in adTanee •'Botarad T+b. J. 1809, at Colnmitfa FalU, Mont., aa eei-ond clam niHUor. under Act of Goagrea* of March 3rd, Bodies- ,, lipment A Specialty TeJ^phoao 20 KAUPPELL. MONT 340 Mam, Street. r SATURDAY. Jan. 12. 1907. With the New Yearcame a little toarh of winter weather, and a right «mRf r ' sample too. ’Some day next,week-it will go oyer the wires “United States Senator Joe-ph M. Dtron.elecied.onilhe flr»t ballot”. W. A, Clark haa Itonght-a tract ff land in New Mexico known as the Vermejo park, comprising 200,000,. for $2,000, 000. Another township probably, or a trace of copper. TIMBKRlANft ACT, 1 1I7S —NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION. u • , , P. amndOflto., XalUpeU, Uont., . ...... No»..»th, ISO*. Wotlt* 1* hereby fivan the* ,In eompUanse K5 i In tbs Staus ot SaUfornta. Or*f »n. , and Washington Territory." as exterC tte all tbs Public Isind sutei by set of Aug USt 1, list. J. JOUR XsABt. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1907

*V HOTEL GAYLORD— finosi Cquipp^d Jtoeot in flaihigj C—ntfy $ F g? ir r* SF % ^ • :; ' MIILLER 6» LEWIS Proprietors - - Co fa mb l« Falls Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles, bummer dust, the stain of vacation travel, combined with the grease of perspiration, dog and stifle the pores. Keep them dear 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 poses—all the waythrough—and by gently exercising the facial muscles round* them out to perfect development; blackheads and wrinkle* immediately disappear, leaving nothing but the. natural glow of health. FREE the famous book,. Ji Trtaiiu *n Facial Massage Columbia Ealis Drug Co. -A HINT r0R HUNTERS ■\yj fr ^ 1 [liters Headquato Hutchinson Bros. I Columbia rails, Mont* ■1 SH We have a Nice Line of Rifles and _A_miTmnition. If you contemplate ordering a ready-made for fall, be sure ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1907

4 EVENTS BAD WRECK Parmer to Flag the Freight Train. '•Hutchinson, Kan.—Nora BreckenHdge, night telegraph operator at Arlington, near here, prevented a wreck of two.Rock Island freight trains recently. Through a confusion of orders a westbound freight cleared from Arlington Just as an eastbound freight left Turon, two stations west. A mo iaent later Miss Breckenridge was ordered to hold the westbound train. Langdon station, which was between the two trains, is not a night telegraph office. After Miss Breckinridge had tried in vain to reach Lang don she resorted to the telephone and located John Spence, a farmer, who lived near the railroad track. She told Spence the situation and begged him to J get a laptern, wrap it with a red cloth, and hurry to the track. He did. ao and arrived in time to flag the westbound train, with the second train only half a m»e away. Grau Wanders Penniless. New York.—Robert Grau, impressario and theatrical manager, whose mysterious disappearance for two w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 January 1907

- Stall Copies 10c. Sebscriptloe Price S2M per Veer. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Weetem Hemisphere* During the Part Week—Netlenal, Historical! Political and Personal Events. A report trom Vancouver, B. C., eaya that the Frmaer river la frosea over at Ehurne, tor the first Ume In 16 years. J. U Snelllng, Ute United States appraiser of the port of Boston, and for many yeart a well known New York man. Is dead. John D. Rockefeller has agreed to give *2,000.000 for Jhe endowment of a university for Louisville, Ky. Information was received at 8*. Petersburg Sunday that the chief of po.ice at Daghabtan, on the Caspian sea, was murdered. The assassin escaped. Jacob Grueit. one of the oldest wine Importers in Ujo west, died at his .home In St.'Louis recently from apoplexy. The North American Life Insurance - company has been organliol in New Jersey. Joseph Mahoney, a large land owner of Johnson county, Texas, was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 January 1907

rrr; J. 1. MM & (oM Ittw nit 4,1M2. JOBS I1DEA, CntUd SUAes Led ft J Onto a Full Line of Brerything Pertaining to the Trade. Preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone 20 XALISPELL. MONT 840 Main Street. The Columbian. EmtT Satubbay. H. r. X.ASBOKB. Editor and Ownor. MATMSi ■VSNWftior—$1.00 pet- year In adYnnoo "Matorad Ifab. S. 1906, at Cohnnhin ralk, Moat., at tecond cht«H matter. Mddr Aet of Oongress of March 3rd, miBEK LAND ACT, JUNE 8. 1878 —NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION. U. *. Land OBoa, Kallipall, Mont., . , - • . Not. ttN, UOt. _ Motteo U htrob; fHaa that la wyHaaat "with thi proWifoni of the act of Con»re« of .Janet, UTS, .nUlled "An act tor the eaU of . tlxebar laodi In the SUM of CalifornU, Oregon. ' nerada. and.Washlngton Terri ton-," at exunT ,edMali the rnbUc Land itatei bf act of Aag- ■ef KUlapell, county of Flathead, ttaU of Montana, hai thli day filed In thli offlce hii ■worn statement No. 1780, for the purchase of .theXEU 6EV, Sec. M.and the NW&a...

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