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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1907

HOTEL GAYLORD SSart and Gquippad Jfo+el tm J^/atA+ad County & ir iF iF F* IF IF FILLER & LEWIS Pro|>rietora - - Colombia EalU 1 Wil 1 He [a?le ‘mil Press the Button Medina Each Pen Absolutely Guaranteed. Century Fountain Fen. The Century is made in various styles of holders. Some of them especially suited to use as a Gift. Price $1. to $5. Bay cm tab?. No other investment will pay you so well or last so long.' Colnmli Falls Drug Co. He’s going to tlutcbinaon Bros, for Lopqing Sollies. Hntchinson JrJrotliers, Exclusive Hardware !. 0.0. F. BUHDIi, - - Nothing will relier. IndlgMtion th»t is mit s thorough digeatent. Kodol digests what you sat and alows the atomarh to rest — recup.rat«— grow strong again. Kodol is a solution ol digestive acids and as nearly as possible approximates ,tbe digestive jntess that are (onnd in the stoniarh. Kodol takes the a ork of digestion off the digestive organ", and while performing this work itself does greatly assist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1907

REDS PARADE IN CHICAGO. In the Feb. 19. — Japanese be admitted to the San Franoiaoo under •; skiled and nnaklll- [ from Japan baned of the United I American laborer*, skilled d, are to be exolnded from ^ is the basia of the agreement be [i President Roosevelt, Secretary [ Mayor Schmitz and the San jlsco school board as an adjnstof the anti-Japanese agitation Jit about by the segration of Jap- ' children in the San Francisco agreement means that the of San Francisco will be oofl- _ in the same manner as they before the board of education the resolution last October g for the segregation of the i, except that ’adult Japanese te in the primary grades must _ue to attend the oriental schools, -.hat Japanese children under 16 jbe admitted to classes with white iron of their own ages, bile the resolution of the school 1 as amended reads, "Children of i birth,” it is freey admitted by jt Schmitz and his associates that -esolntion will apply only to the neae children, and that the change '.e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 March 1907

fhe Columbian. SIi(l Copies 10c. »rt«ripU®« Prie* *LI# ht COLUMBIA PALLS. MONTANA. MABCH 8,1807. VOL. IV. NO. 84. STEVENS RESIBNED PANAMA CANAL TO BE GONST1IIICTEB WITB8HT BIM. Hi* Decision We* Sudden-President Roosevelt Decides to Re-orcsnlze Canal Commission—Contract on Percentage Basis Anrjlilled—Construction to be Under Army Head. ROCKEFELLER NOT SOLE OWNER By an order add reseed to C batman Shoots of tbe iathmtan canal oommlsBiou Tuesday, President Roosevelt as far as lay In his power under existing law, transferred to the engineering branch of the army the responsibility for the further opnatruotoln of the Pan atna oanaL Be also formally recorded the abandonment, for tbe present at least, of the plan of having the canal work done by contract on the percentage system. Another feature was the announoement of the resignation of John P. Stevens as engineer in ohief of canal construction. Mr. Shouts has formally resigned as president of the Panama railway company. . The president i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 March 1907

Carries a Frill Line of Everything Pertaining to the Trade. paring Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. ' " Telephone 20 KALISPELL. MONT340 Main Sti-eet. ‘ -.-TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3,1878— NOTICfB FOR PUBLICATION. U. 8. Land Office, Kallspell, Montana Mov. 10th, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that. In compliance With the provisions oi the act of Congress of June S. 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of ' " mnh Thfe Columbian Published Kvebt Saturday. H. F. LAKOGER, Editor and Owner. JUATJfBl oubbckittiok—$2.00 per year in advance “Entered Feb. 2,1905, at Columbia Falla, Mont., aa second class matter, under Act oi Congress of March 3rd, 1B7B.” SATURDAY. March 2, 1907. II GAME If BILE. timber lands ln*the States of Calllorijls. Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Terri lory,” as extended to all the public land states by act ol Augast ’ ‘ T, the following named persons have this ^office ^*y filed In this olllce their swom statements for the purchase of certain lands hereinafter ■described, and w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 March 1907

riOTEL GAYLORD Sioti and &fn»si €fuipp»tl JVoeal in ^lathoad County ¥ *' r- ir IF iF F ^ MILLER LEWIS Proprietors - ■ Columbia falls 1 Ea$le lii Pres tie Button inn Each Pen Absolutely Guaranteed. Century Fountain Pen. The Century is made in various styles of holders. Some of them especially suited to use as a Gift. Price $J. to $5. in? on to?. No other investment will pay you so well or last so long. He , s going to Mutcbfnson Bros, for Losing Supplies. Hutchinson JBrotliei^s, Exclusive Hardware i. o. o. r. bidi, - - dii mns. OIR n NATS a r in. Nothinu will reliern Indigestion that is not t thoroagh digesUnt. Kodol digests what you eat and alowt the stomach to rest—recuperate—grow strong again. Kodol is a solution of digestive! WHEN WE WERE YOUNG Fin. TVIWd <Urm«.>U did not count for much, but tod.r th.7 cut . hi* figure in winning .ucco. ‘“‘‘-Wr^how th. 500 oring bouro. * boM. our price, me the lowMt. Suits to from *12.50 up. Fit and Workman.hip H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 March 1907

atism in local aches and pains.and sttfl mascle*,—hot It hr local applications. Itntlonal treatment, and >o! the great blood pari'8 Sarsaparilla : the acidity of the blood up the whole system. J liquid form or In chocolated ■ as Saraatabo. loo doses si. Coat of Craam Advancing. That the cost ot milk and cream has advanced enormously since 1900 as the result of the curtailment of supply to the factories and the Increasing market In the large cities is Indicated In a census bulletin Just Issued relative to the manufacture .of butter, cheese, condensed milk, flour and grist mill products and starch, for 1905. A substantial Increase in the manufacture of all these products Is shown since 1900 except starch, which declined markedly. The cost of cream Increased 247.9 per cent and milk 3.7 per cent Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh 1s a blood or douatutlonal disease, and In order to ease It you must take Interna...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 March 1907

V ®l)f Columlrian. *-V' ^y r A-.r >4 •■ Slsgl Coyle* 10c. SttbKriptka Price S2J0 per Vear. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. MABCU 9,1907: VOL. IV. NO. 85. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Heppenlnjj* W Both Eastern and Weetern Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. ;sel£ a lad of 18 years, left hla'home! at DuDgloe, County Donegal, Ireland,.' to come to America, and for three ' years nothing has been heard of him I by' his family, which have sent two brothers to Seattle in search of him. INVESTIGATE" IDAHO KIDNAPPING All tha sailors from the battleship Connecticut who are 111 with typhoid fever at the naval hospital will recover, It is thought The government’s statement for the receipts and expenditures for the month of February show a surplus of $8,205,000. •Samuel Kranbe, a prominent business man of Houston, Texas, was assassinated recently by being shot from ambush. Brigadier General 8. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 March 1907

The Oolumbian. Fobusbed ^vaar S^tdbdat. r. I.AECOEB, ■41 tor and Owner. . HA TEN: •BBtciupTiOM—12.(>0 per year ip advance "BnUred Feb. 2,1906, at Oolnmbia Fall*, Mont.', as second class matter, under Aet of Congress of March 3rd, 1B78." SATURDAY, March 9, 1907. Nothing wilL-reliere Indigestion that Tint a tborpngh digaaSMt. Kodol diwbat yon eat aa^ slows the atointo real—recuperate—grow atrong Kodol is a solution of digestive and aa. nearly as possible approxH the digestive jmces that are la the stomach. Kodol takes the work of digas tion off the digestive organs, 'Sand while performing this work itself does greatly assiat the stomach to a thfirongh real. In addition the ingredients of Kodol are such aa to raaka it a WIl.I. OAMBINO STOP. An anti-gambling law has been passed by the legislature, one that is indeed stringent in every sense of the wordT But the question is “Will Gambling stop?" We haye had anti-gambling laws before that were at the time of their becoming a la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 March 1907

HOTEL GAYLORD and &ne4t Cfuipj—d Jfooot /* J/aiAitut County # r* Sr an F iF ^ 'MILLERS* LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia falia / m tie Button ich Pen ibsolutely tarant^ed. (jeuturf Fouokin Pen. The Century is made in various styles of holders. Some of them pecially suited to use as a Gift. Price $1. to $5. Buy mi Mty. No other investment will pay you so well or last so long. He’s going to Hutchinson Bros, 'for Losing Sullies. Hutchinson Brothers, Exclusive Hardware ijjj.iiii, - - O UR m 11415 A.RK IN. WHEN WE WERE YOUNG Fine T«i!or«d <Urm«>t» id not count for much. but todsy they cut * b.* lipiro in winnin* iaccot. in the wodd. Wo »how the 500 pies of Amencs . t fashionsbl. tmb B house, a house whose workmanship is by far the be.t-.uU Joor price., are the lowest. Suits to measure from $12-50 up. Fit and Workmanship l L Hi SOLE AOCNT ro* MmuiANm CHICAGO INSURANCE f ; ISAI TOESA. G. FOSTER, \gent FOR THE Hartford Fire Insurance Co, of Harlford. Conn., a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 March 1907

<* > ‘ ■ ure Blood Is certain if you take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. This great medicine cures those eruptions, pimplea and boils that appear at all seaspns; ; cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema; adapts itself equally well to, and also cures, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles; cures rheu- . tism and catarrh; cures nervous troubles, that tired feeling. debility and ■ar*atabS-Fortho»c »hn pr*frr r-edlclne In Ub-t/RSrSSdTSw-i-rill.U now put up In ehorolotsd tablets called Sarsatab*. a« well as in the nsual K. Trlsr. Bnrllarton. Va. oration, broalyurc. or Irak.*-. I)ru*trl»u or pmmptlr .pp.1 hj mail. C. 1. Hood Co.. Lowell. Ma.». -- UNCLE SAM’S CASH MISSING IN CHICAGO SUBTREASURY LOSES S173.000 AND MA1LWAOON GCNE. Secret Service Men Kept Buty Trying to Run Down the Thieve*—Mall Wagon Full of Reglitered Mall Driven Away While Postman Waa In Big Building Getting Letter*. LUMBAGO AMD ' SCIATICA Guaranteed nnder the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1906. Ko.-R24. LIMIT ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 March 1907

Columbian. Sltfl toplM W*. UfcritO-PtiutlMfKVur. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. MABCH 16,1907. VOL. IV. NO. 86. HEAD OF ZION CIUICH PASSED AWAY IN CHICAGO. Dowle Lived lip to HI* Te*chlna* *nd Wm Never Attended by * Phy*lol*n —It U Believed He Died From Drop*/ Complication*—* J The Apoetle le Deld," 1* the Cry Everywhem. ^ '' .. .... John AleAnder Dowle. deposed head of-the Zionist church, dled.at 8 o'clock Saturday morning In Chicago. The end was not expected, although beaten la hi* fight for the control of the property he^ound the “Prophet” never recovered hi# former vigor. Dowle died at 740 Shllph house. Zion City. At his bedside were only a personal attendant, a negro servant and Judge Barne*. He was as well the day before as at any time in the past six weeks. At midnight Friday he became delirious and Imagined bo was holding religious services. He de-; nounced an imaginary Interrupter and ordered the guards to “put that mgp out." .Delirium lasted until,daylight, when he grew weaker. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 March 1907

The Columbian, PUBLMHKD EtBUT S*TfRDAV. MATJCSt WMCBirxipit—IB.QO per year in advance VTJMBBft under Act of Conarcea of Maroh 3rd, IBrO." v the Trade. " Bodies Eor Shipment A Specialty. 'Telephone SO, XAJ-ISPEI^L. MQ^T849. Main Sti'o^t. DWARF FRUIT ORCHARD, ' ** (*rofe»or F. A. WnaKh’a Novel and Sdceeuful Enterprlue.' One of tho sp^Jocts relatlne to liotv tlcuiture whlcb demand deserved nttofitlon la the experiment of Prafesadr F. A. Waugh of the Mossactmsetu Agricultural college In the production of dwarf fruits. Tbo one-fourth, acre dwarf fruit orchard there fruited hear- 11 wmh \ rCitrta S Itataj normal activity and powj manufactured in- atrict' i b the NaMwalTdr* Foefl 1 -. BoWtiy Binnedv’i Dm Nothing wyi relieve Indigestiou that 1 a thoropgh digeatant, Kodol dl3 what yen .«»t a^i alowa the atomto real—recuperate—grow atrong Kodol a aolnUop of digeitive and as nearly ae. noealble approxitbn digestive juices that tre in tlje Stomach. Kodol takes the ofdlgoatHm off the digestive o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 March 1907

rcawai HOTO GAYLORD— w #> ■ ** *> ^ ** V • % MILLER fr LEWIS Proprietors - ^ Colombia Falla Pro it Sion M In i Each Pen Absolutely Guaranteed*. Century Fountain Pen. ■ The Century fe made in various styles of holders* Some of them es^ pecially suited to use as a Gift. Price $K to $5* HffouMfr “ No. other investment will pay you so well or last so long;.. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. General Hardware. Banner line ol Plows. 1.0.0. f Mint OUR m unis A R K IN. WHEN WE WERE YOUNG .Tit w71ko- th. Rop i °w t rT?r-.v^v‘ g ftr th. pric.a an Um ■ to KtLX.X «.UMDK ran g mix «mw> r** CHICAGO INSURANCE runm- A. G. FOSTER, Agent FOR THE Hartfocd Fire Inav»nce Co. of Hart, lord, Conn., and the ConlinantaJ Casualty Co., of Chicago, All. GET BUSY Don't wait till yoor home burns down, or you Ret eiek or hurt haforayou think ol INSURING. Insure now W. K. Triqpet spent several days last week in Helena, on buriness. The case of State vs. Lou Meadaa, Is being bead in the distric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 March 1907

* to Itcolf SFTTLE JAPANESE CASE \%J IIOCIT OUT OF THE COURTS ibination, proportion and process. Hood’s Sarsaparilla herefore Peculiar to Itself in merit, sales and cures. The severest forms of scrofula, salt rheum, catarrh, rheuism, dyspepsia, and debility are cured every day by lood’s Sarsaparilla by druggists. Sarsatabs IOO doses. $i. Begin to take it today. For thow who prefer I wmo cnrmtivo. propoitloo «J the Utold form, beeidoa jmodidiie In |toh]a| Mcmncj of doo. oonranlonoo, oeonomy. - there ItW pot tp In ehoeo- twin* no low by ereporetlon, braeWe, or teeknce. Sold by droggiitt or eont promptly by mell. I ...*•* C.1. Hood Co.. Lowell Lowell. HaM. i|Dfdgs Act, Jrae SO, 1906. No. 324^ BRAND NAVAL SHO! art of two" nights recent j i 1 t-.n WORLD'S FINEST WAHSBIPS AT JAMESTOWN EXPO. ids of the wort, v ' The. strike . which threw-' the 'city into ob^gui tor the Cost pari of two nights recen ly, has come to .an. end as abruptl? as it beghn. Through the latermedl^rj of M. De Selyes. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 March 1907

Columbian. m* im' •Ir. i Ymt. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. M ABCII S3,1907. VOL. IT. NO. 87. RESULT OF FLOODS EIGHTEEN POEPLE ARE DEAD III WEST VIRGINIA/ 8PORTINQ NOTES. Frank Gotch recently defeated John Rooney. Chicago - # wreaUlng policeman, two straight falls In their match at catch-aa-catch-can style. Will Jordan, first baseman of the Brooklyn National league baseball club, who made a reputation last year (by making more home runs-than any D~ U .r. .»» « ^ ‘^“*5^ Infl Lose Presence of Mind In Fright again. on—Bulldin «d Victims pled by tfi* Flood Touched by the Flames. OccuWere Not Wheeling, W. Va., March 18—Bfightteen persons are known to have lost their Uvea because of an early morning fire at the Warwick Pottery oom- panF# PlanL . Because of water surrounding the burned district it was Impossible the fire apparatus to reach the scene. The firemen pressed Into service all the boats that could be secured and carried lines of bose to the burning buildings. By this means they fought...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 March 1907

< :>' I The Columl5ia,ii. Published Evhbt Satuedat. H, V. LAKDOKR, Editor ond Or MATKM: ft FaU Line.of Pertaining .to the trade.. (. ■CncwntOM—$S.OO por year in advance •‘Entered.Feb.,3.1905, at Columbia Falls, Mont., as second class matter, under Act of Congress of March Srd, vny ies for Shipment A Specinlty. ST- 1 Telephone 20 XALISFELL. MONT. 340 Main Street. j. i. mm ' m • ian. GRANT •& TRIPPET M Eapwen ^" COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting and Irrigation Work t a Specialty. H. B. GRANT W. K. TBIPPET flTH AND POINT , ftome dogs, like some men. Just naturally can’t get along. Not all people can be clever, but inoet of us can do a little better than •redo. When you are so unfortunate as to get Into a lawsuit plead guilty unless you get the best lawyer. - What a poet call# ••lusplration• , la probably the same thing the gambling fraternity calls a “hunch.’' , How far can you afford to carry Crankiness? Can you afford to carry It ^o the extent' of bei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 March 1907

HOTEL OAYLORO 3B—i mmd Jkn—i Gipitpf—I JKm—l in flmlkimd C»mm^r \F JT' Wr wr ' wr- V> ^ % fcittPeii Each Pen Absolutely. Guaranteed. tatiiry FooDtaia PeD. TO 1 PtiOLK: Saving decided to diecontinue the Hardware Businas in Columbia Falls, we avail ourselves of this opportunity to thank •ounmany friends for their liberal patronage during the last four yearsl and itr announce that from and after this date ive offer our 'entire stock of goods at actual COST. WHOLESALE PRICES WITH ONLY FREIGHT ADDED. REMEMBER: This is not a sale of the fraztled end of an •old shelf-worn and depleted stock. Ourstock consists of ority first ■class, new and up-to-date goods in every department, and cannot be replaced in the market today at what they cost us. Beginning March £2nd, we will- SELL AT COST vntil closed out. Don’t miss this chance to buy first doss goods cheaper than you eves bought them before. If s your opportunity. We mean what we say* Come and see for yourselves. "A Word to the Wis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 March 1907

Medicine wsmED be best is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It because it does the most good, it makes, the blood pure, fresh ly, it tones the stomach to betcreates an appetite, stimu- the kidneys and liver, gives new _ierve and digestive strength. _n unequaled list of cures—40,366 tesnials in two years —proves its merit. prefer medicine ' ’•■TM mm Mm ■ » eeoerai E Gua&a&txbd under the Food and Drugs Act. June SO, 1906. No. 324. sfeaicvffia a no equal aa a lenanl Ivea me leuuloe aaUefae- Thero to no sottofnetion than being dry and comfo when oaf in tiw hardest t ACE SOM OF TKd IF YOU WlAB WATHtWOOP OHJB) CIOTHWG SUCK OR YTUOW GMUU aoMmacAK. Nayal Accident Disastrous. Ajaccio, France, March 19.—During the maneuvers without lights, the torpedo boat destroyer Epee rammed torpedo boot No. 263. A steamplpe on the last named vessel burst, killing two men and 'mortally Injuring another. The Epee towed the torpedo boat ashore where she was beached. -FADED TO A SHADOW. LOPS OFF EA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1907

I ®hc (Iduinbian. 'mm l . * ^ ^ i' : > Slafi Ccftet 16c. S«b«crlfiloB Pric* S2J0 pit Yew. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. MABCH 30,1907. VOL. IV. NO. 88. EIGHT BURIED ALIVE HUGE SNOWSLIDE AT BRITAN NIA MINE, MWE SOUND. Forty Mile* North of Vancouver, B. C.—Four Peraona Were Taken Out Dead, Four Brltlahera and One Jap, ~ and Four Were Reacued—Fellow Workmen Quick to the Raoeue. Bellingham, Wash., March 26 — . Eight miners were buried alive in an avalanche of snow at the Britannia mine on Howe sound, 40 miles north of Vancouver. Four were taken odt dead and four were rescued. Two Japanese were in the group. One was killed. The surnames of the dead Brltlahera are McBride, Wilson and McPherson. The men had been working in the logging camp owned by the copper company, securing material to timber thn mine. About 9 o'clock a storm broke over the mountain and the workmen started down the incline to the mine. They had not proceeded far when a huge mass of snow swept the ride of the hill,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1907

Til© Columbian. no Btbst Satuedat. ■M.»» I,iUWrC»B», S4tt«r •»« Own*. .».SsUJUntPf , Pertaining Trade., Bodies iShipment A. Specialty. an© ZQy* MONT. Street. MAXSSi ■DMCBJPIXOK—IS.00 per year in Adrance “ Bnterad r#b. 2,1905, at Columbia Falla, Moot., as aecond class matter, ■ader Act of Coogreas of March 3rd, MW." I SATURDAY. March 30, 1907. , : ! Vv ^oWfeJab ItMtaM ^RANT*& TRiPPET •Ciiil Sinusn COLUMBIA FALLS, MOST. [' . D^toghtiog and Irrigation Work a Specialty. H. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET NATIVE DRUG PLANT. Tte Velnable Caacara Saarrada la RapMlr Dlsappearina;. An examination of the official list of erode drogh of plant origin develops the fact that a large proportion of the species represented is found growing In the United States. Many of them are weeds, often classed as noxious by the fanners; others are simply wild plants of the Helds and forests of dif- ferent parts of the country. The domestication and cultivation of those valuable wild plants that are rr MAGAZI...

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