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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 September 1892

; ft&jw. .A. M The Columoi*n Reaches . i’l Mob* Homeo in the Fiat- > l head Valley txan All OthI eh Papers Combined. Sub. { scription Lists Open L{ « c Advertiserc. X THE LUMBIAN. SECdNDTEAll. GOLiBtBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15; 1892. $ BA-NK OF : COLOMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. DstIs, James A. Tflbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy ,Ii. 0. Trent. S. T. Hauser, : Bntto, Mt. Mt. Mt. Salt Lake. Helen*, Mt. Special Dlapatch to Tnu Colcxjuax. Gnr.»T Falls, Sept. 11. The democratic xxmvontioa in session in this city nominated the fol- lowing state ticket: Governor—T. E. Collins. MB r XiiiBitonnhl' ' Governor—Henry R. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the Dnited States and Europe. A General Banking Businoss Transacted. •Win. READ. Ciwblor. • Harry A. Pence, RealEstate ^C3-E3SrT. Has for Bale Choice City and Ranch Property. Lota in Columbia Falls ranging from $275 upwards. Desirable Ranches in all parts of tho valley from $500 to $...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 September 1892

* ' .Grist and Purviance were at Bolton Sunday. Burton Kennedy was in Pleasant Volley Monday^ John Nelson’s homo is now occupied and is as cozy as any in the valfctf- *' Messrs. Wiuolaud and Tuckor have gone on a two weeks’ camping trip to the Summit. Cigars at wholesale by Londy & O’Bsgan. W. C. Bradshaw of Philipsburg, was in town Tuesday. Judge Conlin has his “California" trip. roturnod from THE FALL RACES. Hows Getting in Shape for the Best Mooting in the Flathead. Nothing much of any startling nature has been said with reference to the Columbia Falls races which occur DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES. They Select Delegates to the County Convention. Promptly at 8:30 democracy of Columbia Falls was called to order last Saturday evening by Temporary for throe days tho latter part of' Sop- Chairman Smith to select four dolo- For sale all kind of grain bags at New York Cash Store. Miss Gordon is filling her position very creditably in tho postoffico. C. T. Wemecke left for tho moi t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 September 1892

a- : ‘‘OOR.K:Y. r Billy had boon gone about -five minutes when a man came into tbo oflico and asked for a copy of tbo This boy Corky was a kind of a morning paper. Corky handed him roustabout in a big daily newspaper a paper, but the man did not go out oiiioo' in a wbstora state. Ho v.os after ho had paid for it. Corky did about 14 years old, and his real name was Madison Corkhill, but on the very first day of hia arrival some one had called him “Corky” and “Corky” ho had been from that time forth. Corky did not care very much. He was not a very particular boy, and then ho glanced backward over his ho was so very grateful for the opportunity of earning the $5 a week paid him in tho KejmbUean office that ho did not mind what they called him. Moreover, nearly every man in the office had a nicknamo of some kind. Tho business manager himself responded very cheerfully and readily to tho nicknamo of “Billy,” although his cards were engraved with the name of William Foreytho Raymond. But e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 September 1892

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, UY mail: _ to an* I\ O. Ad r.s£fs"l re peop’o of tho Flathead. Address all letters to Tnc CoLcifflUS, Columbia Falls, Mont. • AT CDLL'VUA ITALt* rOSTOmCB A5 treoan ci.au mail kattes. ALL ADVEKT1SIS0 BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8. 1S92. ••AT HOUR.” Tue Columbian is notv in its own building. It can boast of tho coziest quarters in tho state. Tho structure is of solid brick, well lighted mid tip to tho standard of its growing popularitj. Tho growth of The Columbian has been rapid and its new homo is a criterion of tho success which has met tho efforts of its publisher. Tho new prois is expected in a fow days and with it tho plant will bo complete. Tun Columbian is what ■ tho people make it and its efforts will always bo to uphold the cause of its constituents. As a paper wo expect tho co-oper-ation of tho people of this region and doservo tho fidelity which has heretofore existed. The Columbian inrites the public generally to inspect its ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 September 1892

In nsav > i caPkr THC COLUMSIAN RCACHtS Homes in the FlatValley than Au. Oth- er Parers Combined. Sub- | scRimoN Lists Open to Advertisers. . • • • • THE COLUMBIAN. second Year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1892. OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIBECTOBS: A. J. Dsris, f : ‘ Butte, ML Jamas A. Talbott, : BuUb, ML J. E. Gayloni, : s Butt®, ML B. TSbbey. : : Butte, ML L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. B. T. Hauser, : : Helena, ML Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. ■Wm. liKAD. Cashier. Harry A. Pence, RealEstate ^.OEUSTT. Has for Sale Choice City and Ranch Property. Offle* rint Door North PortoOofc Columbia Falls, : Montana. INSURANCE. HAMS & PULL1BT0N, OUR MOTTO: -INSURANCE THAT INSURES.’ Rents and Bills Collected. Choice City and Ranch Property For Sale. Rdfltn L Clingan Block. F. B. KESLING, MANAGER. Hereffe Go Again! Thie Time With a Choice Line of Groceries ' You ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 September 1892

y • of THE WEEK. THREE WEEKS OF IT. Annholsor-Busch at tho Club. J. A. Stoll, Bouldor, is at tho Gay lord. J.H.HatCofd is ill witbvtypliold fovor. ^ Mra.C. F. Sully wout to Butto ou Wednesday. Cigars at wholesale by .Landy «t Q’ltogan. Martin Conlin of tho lower valley is in tho city for a fow days. Arthur W. Ido of Helena smiled on Columbia Falls ou Monday. Capt. Harry Dupuy of Domorsvillo spent Sunday in Columbia Falls. Dr. Coo is reported to have boon on the sick list, but is about again. H. Bamberger, tho Kalispell mer- chant, was a Sunday visitor. Jas. K. Talbott loft for his homo in Butto ou Sunday for an indofinito Fall goods in every department ar- daily at tho Now Vo: Incidents and Adventures nf a Trip up the Trail to tho British Possessions. Fort £t«!c Klwlrlllwl by tho Aupcorancc of tno Hem ben of the F»lr Sex oa Horseback. York Cash riving Storo. W. G. Purcell, A. W. Murifiold of Pleasant valley, worn Monday visi- tors. H. K. Taylor, revenue inspector from Tobacco Plains...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 September 1892

r ■ ^ MARCH OF THE CHOLERA. TLo first intimaUon received in America of the fresh outbreak of cholera in the broediii},' place of the disease in India cniuo on April 23 in the shape of a cable dispatch from Calcutta, says a Now York dispatch. In this message it was announced that on the preceding day 180 cases of the disease had boon reported in Jiamires, and that the cholora had been raging in the shape of a viru- lent epidemic for some time. About the same time t bat this dispatch was received in Now York, it was reported that several cases that looked suspiciously like Asiatic cholera had been observed near Paris. Tho .Paris cases had in all likelihood been introduced from tho seat of the disease ib India before the provaloncc of tho affliction had been generally noticed by tho European govemmout. In any event, the cases reported at tho French hospital at- tracted no particular attention. In the East, however, ita ravages became greater and greater, and its spread was steady. It r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 September 1892

The Columbian JOHN ■W. F-A-Om StwarAn* Ditotidto the of the Flathead Beoio*. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■y mail: ^M^SSSWc-u. BIoeU eopio* 10 cent#. Tim Colcmbiah inritos its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurroncea which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colcxbiax, Columbia Falls, Mont. aXTUED AT COLCSUA FALL* rOATOrTtCA A* taroso CLAM SAIL MACtrA. ALL - ADVKRTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THTJRSDAt, SEPT. 16. 1K92. It is to bo hoped Baudmann will accompany his exhibit to the world’s fair. His record can put in the shade that of any of his stock. James G. Blaine very flatly says ho will not make campaign speeches for Bcnj. H. Harrison and therein Mr. Blaine shows his good sense. It is time something was done about those immigration laws. Lewis aud Clarke democrats have put up a man named Poznanski for auditor. Who njad Harrison’s letter of acceptance! It was uot wise to spring eight thousa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 October 1892

J, Thc Columbian Reaches | More Homes in the Flat. -t head Valley than All Oth- | er Parers Combined. SubI bcrirtion Lists Open to i Advertisers. •••••• THE COLUMBIAN. Business Men Will Find The Columbian Job Otfice Equipped for First-Class ; Printing or Every Kino. It •. Leads, send in Your On-1 OCRS | -rVc- SECOND .YEAR. BA-ISTK OF 1 OLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIBECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, 8. T. Hausor, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Bauking Business Trans- acted. Win. KKAT>, Ciwbter. INS1IBANCE. HAMS & FULLERTON, OUB MOTTO: •■INSURANCE THAT INSURES.’ Rents and Bills Colleoted. Choice City and Ranch Proper- ty For Sale. GREEK MET GREEK. Cyclone Davis, UuIikcGcncral Weaver, Refuses to Take a Buck Seat When Insulted by Toughs. Alcntlnn IrHliiU Hayc the Itenl TliliiE—Trielihonln; One ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 October 1892

4 NEWS OF THE WEEK. E. C. PWlMd of H6K in town E. O. Olirer ia in Chicago enrouto t<rhi« M«inp homfc Annheiaer-Buaoh tha Club. Sttitb, the UOor, has sold his stock el goods to Cannon. two big runawajs last week without any serious damage. C. C. Miller and Joe Robinson left for the coal fields on Sunday. John Bloor is seriously ill at his ranch home west of town. Nerer put off registering’until tomorrow. Today ia the time. Arthur W. Ido of Helena was again in the city on Wednesday. James Morkloy of Kalispell was a guest at the Gaylord on Wednesday. Cigars at wholesale by Landy O'Regan. Fall goods in.every department arriving daily at the New York Cash Store. Dr. A. H. Coe is absent on a trip to the coast He will return on or about Oct 1. J. W. Walker has moved into his new reeidenoe in the Kennedy addition. B. P. Bartloeon was on the streets for the first time on Monday after a sis weeks’ illness. The Club has Annheiser-Busch on draught J. M. Lewis expects his wife and two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 October 1892

TRACSOTIH AFRICA. In tho Ust wook *f July a report reached Europe that an Arab upriaing had oCouired In tho Congo Free Stale. This vague rumor Is now fully confirmed. Tho work of extending commerce and civilization in Central Africa has received a lamentable chock. The extent of the disaster is not yet fully known nor is it certain whether tho forces of the Congo Free State are adequate for preventing further disaster and punishing the insurgents. 1 The Arab slave and ivory merchants have killed every white man but two within an area of a thousand square miles, have destroyed every white etation within that district and have seized a large amount of trade goods which tho Commercial Syndicate of Katanga had sent into the country. The white victims of this uprising are 17 in number, one of them an officer of the Congo State and tho others agents of tho commercial Syndicate. This uprising marks tho disastrous end of tho first attempt that has been made south of Stanley Falls to establi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 October 1892

umbian. The Coutwbuk invites its patrons and friends to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, »nd oecurrencee wiich are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Addroea oil lottera to The Colcsujuh, Columbia Falls, Mont. XXTIEXD AT COL CM HA T ALL? MCOXS CLASS MAIL MATTS*. AIX ADVKKTI8IN0 BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST 07 EACH 'IO.VTH. THURSDAY. SEPT. 22. 1892. Many great editors of small papers are setting up a howl against prize fighting. Too bad they didn’t bet on Corbett The state of Washington is as progressive and as enterprising as they make them. Her groat train load of timbers for the world's fair building la on route and is everywhere creating a sensation. The train consists of thirty-five cars and is run in three sections. Each big timber occupies from throe to five cars. In order to round the sharp curves on the railroad the timber rests only on two cars, the roar and forward, on pivots, and the ends swing independent of the cars under the center. The logs are gaily d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 October 1892

l ' I I The Columbian Reaches More Homes in the Feat- i head Valuev than All Otm. I eh Papers Combined. Sub- scription Lists Open to Advertisers 5^.- ; THE COLUMBIAN. ftpg: r ;. A M Business Men Will Find ! The Columbian Job OrncE Equipped ron First-Clabo Printinq of Evert Kino.. It | Leads, send in Your Or. , OCRS. SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1892. NUMBER 41. BA-isK • r ;; ojp ;. COLUMBIA FALLS. Oolumbia FaUs^Mont. DIRECTORS: i. Davis, ' : : Butte, Mt. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. / J, E. Gaylord, : : Butte, Mt. / B. Tibboy ' : : Butte. Mt. / • L, C. Trent,. . -: : Salt Lake. / S. T. Hauser, Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States am) Europe, A General Bankiug Business Transacted. Wrii. It 13AD. Cashier. INSURANCE. HANKS & FULLERTON, OUR MOTTO: ••INSURANCE THAT INSURES." IN (NEUR D’ALENE. Rents and Bills Colleoted. Choice City and Ranch Propertot Sale.’ 1 •; vV '-" IJpqm 1. Cliugau Bloc|t, f. B. KESLING, MANA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 October 1892

NEWS OF THE WEEK. H»TO you registered T Annheiscr-Buach at the Club. John F. Kelly, of-St! Paul, registered st the Gaylord thin week. Among those seen upon the streets last week was genial Arthur Boos. Alt grades of bicycles at eastern prices. Nelson, Walker & Co. P. N. Bernard, editor of the /ntcr Lake, paid Columbia Falls a visit ou Saturday. -jr A. J. Weiler, of Chicago, arrived in the city this week and put up at the Gaylord. N. P. Kroone, republican nominee for county assessor, was among Tuesday’s arrivals. • A. B. Cook, of Missoula, republican candidate for state auditor, was in town Saturday. Leo Davis, general agent for Jacobs Bros., clothiers, N. Y., was among last week’s arrivals. Have you soon the Police shoos at $3.001 TTiey can’t be boat at the New York Cash Store. Chas. H. Musgravo, republican candidate for county attorney, registered at the Gaylord Tuesday. Judge O’Donnell and B. J. McIntiro, of KaKspell, wore among Friday’s risitorn at the Gaylord. Chris ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 October 1892

> NIAGARA IN HARNESS. The Cataract Constructive cornpan v has brought hor©J?rof. Charles Forbes, the noted English electrician and export, says a dispatch from Niagara Falls. He was put in charge of all the electrical work in connection with the harnessing of Niagara. The immense tunnel cut through over a mile and a half of solid rock has boeif entirely bricked in, and is now completed. The big wheel pita have boon sunk, and the inlet canal is almost completed. There remain yet 96 feot, and the engineers expect dross was a patchwork of coonskins ^ Boinance of the Okaw Bottoms. “I stumbled upon a pretty romance the other day,” said G. C. Dempsey, the Laclede. “Over in what is known as the Okaw bottoms in Illinois, where the Knights of the Golden Circle held nocturnal drills and did a world of hurrahing for Jeff Davis, but no fighting, lived for twelve years solitory hermit named Andrews. His nearest neighbors were six miles distant. There, on a little clearing, ho raised v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 October 1892

— e Columbian. W. PAOEJ. A Wecsit New*p*pe* Devoted to the Interests or the Flathead Region. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ■v mail: xidnm - The Colonbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of aU kinds regarding improvements, and occur'ronces rrtick are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BXTSSfcD AT COLUMBIA* FALLS FOSTOrFICB At SBCOXD CLASS MAIL MATTKK. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, OCT. 4. 1892. STATE CAPITAIi CANDIDACY. In commenting upon tbo seven cities which have filed their nominations according to tbo form prescribed by law and thus secured a place upon the permanent capital ballot to bo voted at the coming election, the Hirer Press, of Fort Benton,-says: “A casual glance at this list is sufficient to show that more than half of these nominations wore made for some other purpose than with any hope or prospect of securing the prim to bo bestowed upon the winner in this race...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 October 1892

> Tm* Columbian Rcachcs | Mont Homes in the Flati head Valley than All Dth- ! ek Papers Combined. Sub- ] scmmoN Lists Open to 'v Aovertisers. ...... THE COLUMBIAN. F- ■j ; -5 - eCb Men Will Find The Columbian Job Omcc Equipped for First-Clabb Printinq of Every Kind. It Leads, send in Your Or- SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1892. NUMBER 42. B-A-ISTK : OK BEAST AND BRUTE. UCADtifal Hares Killed or llulncd for Life by Genuau ami Austrian Military Riders. f10,000 offer was mode'by the Remington Typewriter company. UNSEASONABLE. MONTANA'S VOTERS. Falls, Mont. IIAnt Tlnip. fur thr Brlli.h F.nupr-Mor-uasi Two Hamlird Thmi'aml Slronj.— 11 hr the Mnn III. Kl’l'.i-t. DIRECTORS:. A. J. Daris, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, B. T. Hauser, : Butte, ML Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. . Butte. ML Salt Lake. . Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Priuciphl Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Tranaactod. ' Win. H K AD, C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 October 1892

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Judgo William Coulin is ou a trip to thp toast. A. W. Ido ami Jimmy Morkloy wore in town Tuesday. .When in Kalispell go to tho West hotel. It is tho boat. If 'you don’t register before Saturday night you can’t vote. For sale all kind of grain bags at Now York Cash Store. Domocrats, Republicans, and Gene. Pence: Have you resistored.t If you don’t register before 10 p. m. ou Saturday next you won’t be in it. E. H. LeSeur, tie inspector of the Great Northern, came down from tho summit Tuesday. Hove you seen tho Police shoes at S3.(JOT They can’t lx* beat at tho Now York Cosh Store. Frank Hattan, of Kalispell, was in town Tuesday, lie likes to get to n live town occasionally. Mrs. Dobson, tho Kalispell miliner, was in town two days this week with samples. She was at tho Gaylord. W. C. Bradshaw, of Philipsburg, was in town Saturday. Ho will eu- GETTING READY. ) The Big Flouring Mill Nearly Com-plete-Grain Being Bought. Tho large force of men kept constantly employed on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 October 1892

IHE £ASS CAME TOO LATE. Twas just after tho’.Thornburg massacre on Milk River, and 'some time subsequent to tho ghastly horror or tho White River Agency, and while wo wore tho neighbors of tho mild, gontlo Ute, tho low-browod but loving Ute, who murdered poor old Agent Meeker, and dragged his gray head through tho clay with a logchain about his nock afterward, .because ho had, in o cruel and harsh spirit, asked tho whole White River tribe to hoe two acres of their own potatoes! Our town being more or less of a mining town, and tho tiles, especially undorColorow, tho wickedest unhung murderer west of tho Missouri, having prior claims to a goed deal of our mining district, which seemed to cureo tho most of us with doubt when wo went into a prospect hole, as* to whether wo would ever como out alive or not, we wore watching tho reports with a good deal of interest, and doing very little general prospecting. _Jt was at tho close of ono of these apprehensive days that a healthy but plebei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 October 1892

The.Columbian owns axo rcBLiuns at JOHN W PA.OHJ. A Wemr Newspapek Devoted to toe IxTEBESTS OP THE Ft-ITHEAD Region. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Thu* Dollar* per -e*r to anr P. 0. Ad Jrt«. II Paid In Advance $2.50 per Year. Nix Month*, In adranee. flJO. Three MonUai In adranee, IS Centa. Sinaia eoplea 10 cent*. Tire Columbian invites it* patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to Toe Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont EXTEKED AT COLCMBIA PALI* POSTOmCE AB SECOXD CLAaa MAIL MATTKE. AU. ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MOXTH. THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1892. Only two days in which to makeup for lost time. The registry books are just now the one important factor in the campa'gn- . * It must grate on a woman’s nerves to pose as a politician. Read this headline from the Butte .Uincr; “Dillon Fair—Good Races and Ella Knowles the Attractions.” The lato Gorman Catholic c...

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