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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 November 1892

JOE’S WIFE. Dr. Ford was driving homo in the twilight, after working hard all day, tirod and anxious ns to tho result of an important operation preformed that morning. Tho mud spattered up from the street ns he rolled nlong, and tho chilling .November drizzle gave- to tho familiar trees a forlorn, almost ghastly, aspect. His heart warmed as ho pictured to himself a wife watching for him, with a welcome smile, from their cosy parlor, dinner ready, and a long, restful evening before theta. But. as he drew uyar home, no cheerful light streamed from tho door or window. All seemed as dark and deseried as tho dripping street. He threw the reins to the boy whose duty was to hold tho horse on his professional rounds and flung open tho front door with an irritated, injured feeling. No tender smile; no sympathetic voice; no firelight; no dinner, appar- ently. “Elinor!” he called. No answer. “Elinor!" This time a voice spoke out of tho darkness—a tirod voice— “Do be more quiet, John; the baby ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 November 1892

The Columbian. JOHI* ~W- FAOH1. A Wkxlt Devotektothe IxTiwaw* or rnc Fl*the.\d Rpiion- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: *« IdrSocr. W CroU. 10 cent.. The Coli’¥RIAS invites its patrons nml friands to solid items of all kinds ri'iranliutf improvements, -and occur-, romw which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all Jotters to The Cou mbus, Columbia Falls. Mont. KXTUKO AT CXM.CMWA TALL* FU*Tt*TOCE A» ■BTOXD CLAm WAIL WATTKK. ALL ADVKRT1SINO HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, NOV. 17. 1H92. Lyman Loring should furnish a schedule of what those 36 voles cost that he received here. It is estimated that about 16 apiece was the figure. John E. Rickards has been elected governor of Montano. His administration will be clean, bright and creditable. His own county gave him a rousing vote. The men of Columbia Falls and vicinity proved themselves liberal enough to lay aside politics long enough to vote for men. They did nobly, mid The Colcmbiax is proud of them. As w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 December 1892

K 1 ) , •cniption Li* < > Advirtiseb*. • The Columbian Reaches More Homes in the Flathead Valley than All OthEr Parers Combined. Sub- , scription Lists Open to Advertisers THE COLUMBIAN. Business Men Will Find The Columbian Job Omcc Equipped yor First-Class Printino of Every Kino. It , Leads, send in Your Or- ( OCRS. « t f SETCOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1892. TALLS. umbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davin, Jamea A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : 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 Banking Business Transact wl. Win. KKAJ3. Cuskler. INSUMiCE. HANKS & FULLERTON, OUR MOTTO: -INSURANCE THAT INSURES." Rents and Bills Collected. Choice City and Ranch Property For Sale. Room 1, Cliugan Block. • F. B. KESLING, MANAGER. THE ) BEE HIVE STORE We will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 December 1892

- NEWS OF THE WEEK. Foart, today at fro Gaylord. Major P. O’Rogau, of thi< Gnu of Lundy & O'Regnn, is iu St. Paul, his former 'atomping ground. a When in Knlispell go to the West hotel. It is the best. The fellow who hasn’t possessed himself of a quarter of venison during the past week is cut of luck. Adolph Mortins, of Milwaukee, representing the Val BlaU Browing company, arrived Monday on a businoss visit. Are you going to the Gaylord banquet on Thanksgiving Day! Isaac Mooring, one of the heaviest farmers of the east side, was in the city Monday. He is seen hero quite regularly now-n-days. The “Lost the Cheese Club" is the latest social organization iu the Flathead valley. It is composed of young men who possess ability to holdchor rios, etc. ■ For sale all kind of grain bags at Mew York Cash Store. ' •* __________ 'll you are thinking of subscribing for the Cosmopolitan Magazine, call at this office. By a “clubbing” arrangement you may obtain it at a greatl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 December 1892

THE STUDY LAMP, Winter Has >o' Terrors to the Wise Han Who Provides Himself With the Best Books. The November M«i»xlue«. mut the Idlest Publication! froni-.Serlbner , i Sont. Harper Kro*.. Kte. VESTY OF THE BASINS. Barnh Pratt McLean O.-Mne. Harper 4 Broa.. Soar York. Price «3S. Haa’anyone forgotten "Capo Cotl Folks,” with its quaint, delicious humor, its tender pathos and its strong, brave tmo characters! In "Yesty of the Basins” Mrs. Greene has written another novel with the true ring to it, a story that appeals alike to tlio heart and to tho head. Although fashioned on the same lines as “Capo Cod Folks” it has all tho charm of a fresh originality. Mrs. Greene’s work is noticeable that it in no way deteriorates. This may be duo to tho fact that, after tho fashion of dear blessed old "Copt. Leezur,” she uses "moderation in all things,'” even in novel writing. "Cape Cod Folks” was issued in 1881, “Towhead” in 1881, “Last Chance Junction” (the scene of which was laid in La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 December 1892

umbian. r DtTOTKD TO THE r the Flathead TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ~ BY mail: wr ^ — — . The Columbian invitos its patrons and friends to send items of oil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address a letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KXTKUD AT COLCKBIA TALLS rOSTOmCl; AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1H92. It doesn’t take socks to get there with both foot Kansas sends Jerry Simpson back to congress with 1,400 majority. Russell B. Harrison, who erstwhile exhibited his calves at Queen Victoria’s court, is now walking on his uppers. That correspondent who recently got upon the fence and crowed long and- loud over the fact that Mrs. Cleveland had gained sixty pduuds, evidently “put his foot in it.” The Now York policeman has boon deprived, by municipal law, of his billy. A small stick and a whistle take its place. Why don't the council give him a...

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

Thc Columbian Rcachco . More Homes in the Flati head Valley than All Other Papcm Combined. Sua- , bcription Lists Open to " Advertisers THE COLUMBIAN. >5 • r _ .vf Business MEN'WiLiFiND ( The Columbian Jos OrncE < Equipped for First-Class < I Printino or Every Kind. It > | Leads, send in Your Or- i y SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1892. NUMBER 50. BAlISTK COLUMBI MLS. POPE OF AMERICA. Mimsl"iior Sntolll, Given Full I’owvr, Comes Out Flat Footed In Favor of the I'ublle Seliool. No Poaff on Earth Can Slay the rilzrlmacr of the Falthflil to the Xyitenou. WlmloK at t'antou. ia Falls, Mont. DIBECTORS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. KKAX), Cnahlor. INSBMNCE. HANKS & FULLERTON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 December 1892

< 'NEWS OF THE WEEK. Frank I<angford spent Sntunlny and Sundaxjirith his family. Henry Heideman, the Domorsvillt' attorney, was hero yestenlay. F. It. Whitwoll, of Kalispol, s|>ent Thanksgiving day in this city. Henry Liudlahr, of the Knlispcl Brewing oornimny, was in town yos tertlny. Thfeo great hunters nvnt out early on Sunday moruing. They returned Sunday evening. For sale nil kind of grain hags at New York Cosh Store. Head Tue Colombian's announcement of club rates with the Century, C<vnno]>ol!taii, etc. Mm. Fred Downer will bo an addition to Columbia Falls society on and after Jan. 15,1893. Largest and I rest stock of underwear in thy valley at C. F. Sully’s. • C. \V. Townsend, of Louisville, Ky., lias been the guest of T. H? Landy for several days. Misses Feenan and Botts,of Kalispel, were among the guests from abroad at the I. 0. 0. F. ball. Have you seen the Police shoes at $3,001 ’They can’t be beat at the New York Cas...

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

SAVED HALF HIS SALARY. President Harrison' will probably toko more than half of his salary with him when ho retires from the White House on the 1th of next March. An outside estimate ot hi* expenses past ami prospective during the fohr years 'of his term, leaves a balance of §106,000 from the $200,000 which ho will have drawn. No president since Grant has over lived up to his salary. There is really no reason why ho should. The government provides a house for him. furnishes it and supplies the servants. Even the barber who trims tho president’s board is a salaried employe of tho government. When Grant came into office tho salary ol the president was only §25,000 annually. Yet several of Grant’s predecessors had been able to cave some money. Buchanan left a fortune of §200,000, Lincoln §75,000, and Johnson §50,000. Probably the poorest of tho presidents was Jefferson. Ho would have boon bankrupt if congress had not appropriated §23,000 to purchase his library. Madison loft a very sma...

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

■I < ■ ' The Columbian. would still not Imvo enough votes, and the matter of an east and west side contest would result in victory for Helena. However it is hoped that the “east side" and the “west onirsD and rCDt-iatiED »» JOHN "W. PACE]. A WIekly Newsi-apes Devoted to the Interests of the Flathead Region. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: T1m» I»oll«rf P»r year to anr P. O. Ad Jr«t If^'.Idin AdnuraSLM prr \p«r nirpo Month*. In adrnnco. .J t cnl». Sineln OOplM 10 MnU. •' The Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and oreurreuces which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to Tbe Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KNTUED AT COLCJIDIA VALLA POATOmC* •ECOND CLASS BAIL BATTES. ALL ADVERTI8INO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. DEC. 1. W2. Sylvester Critchlow, No. 1 of the Homestead rioters, has been found not guilty of murder as charged. Now let the good but expensive work ..go on. The...

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

y/1 I Thi Columbian Reaches J Most Homes in the Flati head Valley than All Otheii Paaers Combined..Subj bcrirtion Lists L'yen to STB L^FEN TO i, Advertisers f FHE COLUMBIAN. < Business 1 I Business Men Wiu Find The Columbian Job Orric* Equipped ron First-Class PRiHrmOor Every Kino. It' Leads, send in Your Or- j 1 OCRS. ' >J ' 35 --? - SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1892. B-A.TSTK OK : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. On vis, : Jamos A. Tslbott, .1. E. Gaylord, : B. Tibbey L. C: Trout, : S. T. Hnusor, : Buttu, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena. Mt. Kxohmlgo Drawn on Principal Cities of the Uuiteil States and Europe. A General Bunking Business Transacted, Win. HIOAU. OiHliloc. IHSDBANCE. ' HANKS & FULLERTON, OUR MOTTO: ••INSURANCE THAT INSURES.’ Rents and Bills Collected. Choice City and Ranch Property For Sale. Room 1, Clii>t,'an Block. F. B. KESLING, MANAGER. THE] BE...

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

NEWS OF THE WEEK. C. E. Proctor wim a visitor yestor- «l» r Lord Bros, bnvo received sonio choice Christmas preseots. Rev. W. C. Hale was in town Sunday and held service in the city hall. A. J. Minark, of a big Chicago clothing house, was in town Tuesday. Dr. Sanders was in town Saturday in consultation with Dr. Coo on an important case. The sleighing is getting first-class, and an increased number of traders in town is one of the results. Superintendent \Y. B. Green and Mr. Vandeveof the Great Northern, were in town yesterday on business. C. A. Gorham, representing a St. Paul grocery house, was in town yesterday. As usual ho had a nice trade here. E. W. McClure, of theGreat Northern Express company, was in town Sunday. He is auditing accounts and is on his usual visit. Buy pure candy. Louis Sehorn has just received a" choice stock. Wm. Fogg and T. H. Finnegan, interested in the lumbering business on Whitefish, wort* in town Sunday, accompanied by their wives. A dance will be given ...

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

TRUE STORIES ABOUT PETS. I am a firm boliov'or in two facts,-at leant: ono, that children prefer fact to fiction, and the other that our domestic animal knows a good deal more than most people give them credit for. In pursuance of my first theory and to prove my second, I am going to relate some of the doings of “pots" wo have had ia the family. Of cats and dogs wo have never indulged to the extent of some lovers of those creatures; wo have only had ono or two at a time, and each ono has a sacred place on memory's tablet. Of our felines I will first mention “Pete,” a magnificent follow with dark, distinctly marked gray coat ami white “breast-pin.” - Ho was dignified and responsible; never quitting the homo premises to so much us cross the fence into B’ neighbor's garden. Ho did not like strangers, children, dogs or-cats, and received the homage of the family in a lordly way that was most amusing.- When the hour for retiring came, “Pete” would walk to a certain largo rocking chair am...

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

» The Columbian, - omraD«rDreiuIii»‘i> JOHN -W. F-A-OHJ. A Wmxr KrwsrAPER DEvoTKDTOTnK INTEREST* OF THE FlATSEAD Region. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■r mail: Thfpo Dollar* por yent to any P. O. AiMm*. If Paid InAdranMKJOpirVc.yr. Six Alontli*. In adraiK*. SIAu. . 'ITiW* Month*. In nHrnnc^. 7^ < Sln«U enptoa 10 cent*. The Columbian invites its iintrons and friends to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address nil letters to Tnr. Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BYTKUD AT OHA H DU FALL* FOBTOmCK A» BKTUSD CLAM MAIL M ITTKB. ALL ADVKRTtSINO HILLS PAYAIU.K THK 1ST OF K.UT! MONTH. THURSDAY. DEC. If,. lt©2. The Knnpi>->fcCouuoll contest seems to have developed into a newspaper fight, Missoula l>eiug the seat of war. Chicago is getting the glory. Also an army of thugs and thieves. What would a world’ll fair bo without an exhibition of crime? But it is hoped th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 December 1892

<7 y f > I bcbiption Lists Opcn to j o Advcrtiscrs f iXEJi Vrrryr- — The Columbian Reaches More Homes in the Flat- • head Valley than All Other Papers Combined. Sub- ' THE COLUMBIAN. yyr —yrr-at Business Men Will Find The Columbian Job Orricr Equipped tor First-Clabs ; Printing or Every Kind. It Leads, send in Your Orders. .... ■—r ^ SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1892. NUMBER 52. BAlISTK •OF Columbia Falls, Mont. IA FALLS. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. : Jam os A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hausor, : Butte, 3 Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking BusiuossTrnns- actodi WiM. ltKA.r>, CWilor. INSUMNCK HANKS & FULLERTON, OUR MOTTO: •INSURANCE THAT INSURES.” Rents and Bills Collected. Choice City and Ranch Proper- ty For Sale'. Room 1, Clingan Block. F. B. KESLINQ, MANAGER. THE HOT WATER D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 December 1892

cnntlv at the City THE WEEK. in the innn m'th a big wood pile. Remembor Iho Ch rial mas troo Saturday niKbt. Cbriatmns j llnkory. i?, P. J. Walah in around again aft or Ix-iiig laid up with n bnikon nnklo. llov. W. C. Halo, of kali»iK-l. I.old W'rvici'a ill (ho oily hall Inst Sunday morning. i C. F. Sully oontoinplntoH a visit to Rutto. Th<> tvifo and Imby may rrtum with him. Tire Colcmbias and Scribner's Mayazine both one yanr for $1.95. Soparntoly they i-ost $7. Hang up your socks Satunlay evening. They may lx> full Sunday morning—or they may lx> gone. Fred Laugerman, of Kalispol, was in town Sunday, ami enjoyed one of tho square meals at the Gaylord. Charles Donnitzer, representing, tho Anheuser-Busch brewing company. of St. Louis, was in town Suntiny. Tho City Bakery has choice confectionery. ' Deputy Geo. Stowe drove up from Alkali Flat yesterday, and. gave his testomouy to the effect that it was a cold ride. James A. Talbott, preside...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 December 1892

CUPID'S MESSENGER. ■‘I don’t think," ho said, when ho really began to toll his story, says the Now York Tribune, “that any one Avhp has not seen men suffer the torture? of hell cah understand what * men are capable of. I have seen ■non on a long rido across the desert, when they novoropened their mouths tr. make a complaint, though their eyes wore sunken, their lips drawn into a ghastly expression, and their faces of the color of the alkali around on the plain: That is because men can got used oven to hell. It's different with horses, cattle and dogs. You must be brutal with them to make them understand that they, must go on. But when you are in . desperate straits you will follow the / H * man who leads, without a groan or a murmur, because yon know there is nothing else to do. “But what 1 started out to do was to gjvo you ouo case in point. Wo j£ wore out in Colorado in those days raising' cattle. Winter came down upon us that year with a rush. Our cattle began to die and we could...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 December 1892

A Wseklt NKWHrirm Ditotedtothe I or THE FLiTHIUD Utoios. "tcrms of subscription. HY MAIL' The Com'mbiax invito.i its natrons ami friend* to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurroucoa which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Coi.vxbuv, Coltimhia Falls, Mont. ESTKRkD AT COIXHIU l TAt.lA fO«Ttir» WE AS RECORD Cl. ISA Stll. U ITTEt. ALT. AIIVF.BTMIXO Klt.t.S fAVAIU.K TllK 1ST OK K-U’ll MONTH. THURSDAY. DEC. 22. M92. Whisky has gone up five cents a gallon. The bartemler and not the consumer pays tho raise. The whisky trust and not tho tariff raised the price. Chas. L. Haig, one of the tireless, faithful workers in the newspaper ranks, died in Butte last week. As city editor of the Miner lie made u good record ami a host of friends. He was one of the men whose good deeds, though numerous, were never paraded. President Harrison has appointeti 0. Sf. Lambortson, of Nebraska, to bo assistant secretary of the treasury. The appointmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1893

U RCACHCI i in thc Flat- j > Vallcy than All Otm- j i Combined. SubLibtb Caen i AovenriBiRt. THE \ MBIAN. THIRD YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1893. THE H CITY»"«fUM In Solid, Healthy Proguess Columbia Falls Has Passed to the Lead and is Now the Commercial Center of a Rich, _ Prosperous Regiort. ' Coal, Minerals, Timber. Water Power and Agricultural Lands Form the Solid Basis of the Modrt<frf Progressive City of the Great Flathead Portion of Montana. * of 20,000 bualipjh The cleaning machinery occupicH three rooms. There arts four stands of elevators. The building is connected with the mill by n covered bridge 100 feet long, which enters the mill above the floor' of the third story', through which puse* the cable that transmits the power from the mill to thp elevator, used to drive the cleaning machinery and elevators. There is a'Steel conveyor 100 feet long, in this bridgeway. for carrying clean wheat to the mill from the storage rooms; a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1893

■ its patrons of all kinds and occur- of interest to the Address all The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. at roixMBn r.vuji rosiorric* • MAIL MATT**. ALL ADVKRTISI.NO HILLS l*AYAMJt THE 1ST OF KACH MONTH. THtfBSDAY, JAX. 12. 1893. SEND SOME AWAY. This edition of The Columbian is 2,000 copies. It gives a fair, honest statement of the resources of this region, and of the progress and prospects of Columbia Falls. It is a good paper to send to your friends in others states. Extra copies may be procured at Kelson A Walker's or at this office. A number of orders have been Imoked and the edition will lie exhausted. Call early. Boiled water is the order in Spokane. The regular product taken straight breeds typhus and other things, so say those who know. Budyard Kipling is the father of a girl. Let us hope there will now lie y a cessation of those pre-natal fits of ill-temper in which the author rubbed it in on newspaper reporters. t Capitalists propose the building of an asphalt road thirty...

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