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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1893

THE NORTH-FORK. A Marvelously Itirli Valley Wliieli Is Tributary to Columbia Falls. Arrlriiliarnl nail Tlmlnr Ijiml*. With oil. t'anl. nail Other Mlarrnls. Knrm na I'litnUalfanltll. It is often remarked by mejj well I>osted in the topogrnphy^aml sources of the • coiijitry that the valley of the North Fork has not at tract (si more attention. A reason can only lie assigned in the past that the Flathead valley was practically unknown three years dfjo. This valley first attracted the attention of the incoming people, and until it was fairly settled there seemed no occasion for the average man to investigate any other locality—the Flathead valley was good enough for the average men of business, farming or stock raising inclinations. Within the past year the valley of the North Fork has become lietter known, and its resources discussed. It lies on both sides of the North Fork of the Flpthead river. It extends from Columbia Falls eighty miles to and beyond the Canadian boundary...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 January 1893

I hi' fur buyer, was night at ’hull. Sirs. R. D. Beckon will give a party EK.IS01E LITE BUSINESS URN. I D. Duffus' at homo last tho air of a card party. Mrs. Cadwallader. mother of Mrs. Wm. Vanderveer, is ill but not ' so. Lung foyer carried off iiyp. a horse Iwlonging to A. E. Pon iance, on Wednesday. Several Kalisi>el men were in town this week pricing lots. Two of them decided to buy and locate here. Mrs. William Read expects to welcome her sister, Mrs. Ferguson, and nephews, Dan and Joe, on Saturday next. A. X. Smith returned Saturday evening from a month's visit to the old home. Ho reports a splendid trip and a most enjoyable visit. You should send at least ten copies of this issue of The Colcmbux to your friends in other states. They want to know about the great Flathead valley in general and Columbia Falls in particular. Tho official bond of Thomas Lee, supervisor for road district Xo. 28, in the sum of $300, has been filed in the county clerk and recorder's office...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 January 1893

jfg ' ' I & Thi Columbian Riacmcs More Homes in the Flathead Valletthan All Other Papers Combined. SubJ., scri»tion Lists Open to l • Advertisers. . ^ . . . . / - •ta r THE COLUMBIAN. j«. • •> ... Business Men Will Pino The Columbian Jos Office . Equipped for First-Class | > Pbintino of Evert Kino, rr! > Leads, send in Vo OCRS. . . 1 fe; r)\ ■m THIRD YEAR. \ COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, -TilURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1893. OF COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia .Falls, Montx DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. Jami>s A. Talliott, J. E. Gaylord. B. Tibboy : L.C. Trent. S. T. Hauser, j Butto, Mt. Butte. Mt. Butte. Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Helena. Mt. WHO WILL IT BE? The L'liuice uf U. S. Semitnr the Abiforhihif Tuple ut Mont aim's Statc^kMiltal. , M«ny Hills Inlrudurcil -Tlir FUllirail Cor.nl) BUI unit tile Sew <HBeer»—Other -Mattel* LesIslAtlve. Special Di.iciteh to Tse Coi.cmuiax. Helena, Mont.. January 18. -The Senatorial ballot today was a repot i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 January 1893

invite# its patrons f send items of all kinds nts, and oocttr- ara of interest to the t of the Flathead. Address nil i to The Coixmbux, Columbia Falls. Mont. it loLiaMA r*LU ro«T<irriL-K a* acrOND rLAM KAUx M ^TTK*. ALL ADVERTISISO KILLS PAYAHLK THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH.* p THURSDAY. JAN. 19. 1H93. The whistle at the big flouring mill blew a few blasts on Thursday even ing, which may lie taken ns a notification that one of the most important industrial enterprises in the history of the Flathead valley is about ready for operation. The huge I sailers are in position, the machinery is in place, and only, a few preliminaries are to be arranged before every housekeeper in the Flathead valley will ask the grocer for "Columbia Falls Flour.’ - Missoula for the university, Dillon for the normal school, Bozeman for the agricultural college and Butte for t the school of mines, seems to l>e the combination which has been formed at Helena. Each place is peculiarly well fitted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 January 1893

FISHY BUT A CORKEB. » W , One of the most remarkable aul>torrauoau waterways in the world was recently discovered in the northern ranges of the Rocky mountains, in Montana.' An accident which proved fatal to a human life was the agency by which the discovery was made. Two prospectors, named respectively Phil Barnes and Pierre Leger, a Flathead Indian guide named Klikat and myself loft Bonner’s Ferry on Aug. 7 and struck out in a northeasterly direction, headed for the peaks and canons in the extreme northern range of the main divide of the Rockiee, says a writer in the San Francisco Chronicle* The purpose of my two white companions was to prospect for valuable minerals in section of the country which few, if any, white men hove ever entered bo ; fore. My own object was to seek diversion. Alter whipping, pulling and pushing our pack-mules through the almost boundless wilderness of under, growth, timber, gloomy canons, cragged peaks and drifts of snow, we found ourse(vcs'on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 January 1893

E WEEK. FOR HORSE STEALING. The Colcm- !Mto boo surprise pnrty tomonow night, hut don’t toll! Tho locol dramstic talent U deep i'u the tuvstcrios of " Under the Loimda." * Mnt. John Fergtisou, of .Ml. Stir ling. Town, is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Win. Head. Mrs. A. D. Duffus pluuHuitlr sur prised her guests with tableau vivant lastevening. W. E. Gundy, of St. Paul, was iu town Saturday. He represonfs a carpet house. ■ ' . Ralph Rawsdell has returmsl from a trip through the Kootenai and Kaslo mining cuuntries. Have you printed letter heads, bill heads and envelopest If not, order them at The Columbian other-. Miss Minnie Keenan has filed upon her homestead adjoining that of her brother-in-law-, Jos. Gangner. Judge William Conlin is n spectator \o the rough-and-tumble senntn,rial contest, and watching the ani- mals. Timber land is being purchnaed under the late act the first publicalion in this vicinity being made this week. - ■ !.* William Turn, the east side ronchero, is the fat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 February 1893

cps <J. Thc Columbian Reaches ; v ) | More Homes in the Fiat- ) I head Valley than All Oth- ] > • cm Papers Combined. Sub- / Lists Open to \ THE i N. n Businessmen Will Find I The Columbian Jos Orncc I f Esuippco roN First»Class ) Printino or Evert Kino. It* I Leads. Send in Your Or- j V ‘"*- THIRD YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 2, 1893. NUMBER 5. COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davin, : : Butte, Mt. JameH A. TsHjoU, : . . BuUe, Mt. J. E. Gaylord, : . : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, Mt. L. (3. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T\Hausor, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. UKAli. CnHhioi-. cT THE A BEE HIVE ©TORE We will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODENWARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of > all kinds. \ 'Call and look over our stock and get our prices. l OHl) BROS. Columb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 February 1893

an. . CatrjfBUx invites its patrons Is to send items of ati kinds improvements, and occurlich are of interest to the People of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. AT COLUMBIA FALLS roSTOFFICB A» BOOXD CLAUS MAIL MATTKSALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAVABL^THE • I?! OF EACH MOSTH. THURSDAY. FEB. 2. 1893. The largest man in congress weighs 820 pounds. He wears a 48-inch chair and a No. 6 hat. It was a glorious victory for Columbia Falls! Just think of gaining the office of coroner in the face of 2,200 tai payers! The taxpayers may prepare to take their medicine. In Jhe matter of division the fellows who dance do not pay the fiddler. The senatorial fight at Helena remains unchanged. Marcus Daly is the solid wall on which the Clark battering ram has made little progress. k V . I i Alkali Flat lioaats of being the only incorporated city in the Flathead valley. That is unjust to Demers ville, an incorporated city of the same class as Kalispcl. The Columbian re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 February 1893

/ THE DEATH OF SLAY HOPPER. \ eArb ^ him r ,f in rau * euo “- Ho All that is earthly, of Clay G. Hopper is now resting in the vault in Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo. Owing to the hurried burial preparations the grave was not ready, and for a mouth at least the body will remain in the vault. Clay Hopper was 19 yours of age: He had never enjoyed perfect health. All through his childhood he was I>alo and sickly, but he was remarkably/precocious. Ho attended the city schools when well enough, and was always far in advance of pupils of like ago. Ho was deeply interested in religious matters. His parents and himself were members of St. Paul’s Methodist,Episcopal Church, the most prominent of that faith in Toledo. Clay joined the Epworth League and soon became the leader of it in that city. Ho was always a prominent factor in other church societies, and his purity of conduct was so noticeable as to cause comment. The physicians said .the disease which hold him within its grasp was d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 February 1893

( WEEK. of Helena, was in nt Suu- d. B. Shaw, the St. Paul boot and shoo salesman, was in town ordarA. L. Goodkind. representing Wise Si Goodkind, Helena, spent Sunday in the city. C. F. Fuller, a railroad map from Kalispel.'was looking over the city this week. '' The extent of the snow storm seems to bo from the Mississippi river to the Pacific coast. FLATHEAD COUNTY. The Provisions of the Creative Bill r anil the Officers Who Shall Serve for Two Years. to 'doII H. H. Tromayne, of Minneapolis, was visiting Columbia Falls merchants last week. E. B. Harris, a clothing salesman, was doing business here this week. He represents John Wanamnker, Phil- _ adelphia. J. T. Stuart, the east. side muchman, was in town Saturday, an interested spectator at the cases in which some of his neighbors participated. John Shannon has completed the work of putting up 2nOdto)5s of as clear ice as anyone could wish and will prepare to furnish patrons with the article the coming season. He has a free deliv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 February 1893

l Thc Columbian Riachcs More Home* in the Flat. \ i head Valley than All Oth- > | er Parer* Combined. Sob- > BCRIRTION Ll*T* Oren TO !, ^ nl f ( THE COLUMBIAN. I s_ Business Men Will Find ' The Columbian Jo* OrriCE ; Equirreo roR Fi**t.Cias* 1 Printino or Every Kind. It Leads, send in Your Or- d THIRD YEAR. \ COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 9, 1893. NUMBER 6. iB-A-TsT Iv OF COLUMBIA FALLS Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent. S. T. ^auaijr, : Butte, Mt Butte, Mt Butte, Ml Butte, M» Salt LaluHeleua, Mt Exchange Drawn on Principal Citieof thelUnited States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans acted. Win. UK A. 13, CTu.liler. THE cf A m HIVE ©TORE Wo will sell you at low pricer HARDWARE, STONEWARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WQODEh WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils o! all kinds. > Call and look ovei\our stool ancf get our prices. ^ ILORIJ BROS. Columbia Falls....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 February 1893

lan. V IUS invitos ita patrons send items o"( all kinds mts, and occurare of interest to the » of tho Flathead. Address all i to The Colombian-, Columbia Falls, Mont. the Flathead Talley agriculturist. With such solid resources to attract capitalists and laborers, it must bo expected that an immense immigration will pour into this portion of Montana, and tho tide will commence this year, and continue until every one of tho great sources of wealth shall have been dHve'oped. No region offoreeuch inducements to men of capital, enterprise or brains. Either one of these qualifications make a man successful hero. jKXTKSKD AT COLIKIHA FALLS FOSTOFriCE SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. AIL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OY EACIfrMOXTH. THURSDAY. FEB. 9. 1893. A reporT reaches hero that Butler feels so big that the Almighty's over coat would hardly make him a vest. ASSEXATIOX PLANS. The government of the United States has so nearly reached the mark of perfection that tho people who have been rule...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 February 1893

STORY OF A MAGAZINE. TUo January nrtsittw of tho C'osmo- ba* reached- 1150,000 copies. Mr. Walker celebrated this event by cod structiug an establishment where his magazine is printed, bound and do- politan .tfayazincwoH particularly in- livored to the public under his own supervision. Both he sud his periodical are interesting examples of what niti'y be accomplished in NonYork city through money and shrewd advertising; Mr. Walker has conducted his editorial department on a most economical basis, for, though ho is known to have paid Mr. Howells at the rate of $16,000 a /ear, this salary ran for only throe months, and salaries of his subordinates are by no moans in proportion to it. teroating because it marked thebeginning of a distinct era in the success of this publication, says writer in the Pioneer Pres*. When, about five years ago, John Brisbeu Walker purchased it, the prediction was that ho had made u mistake and would only add to the already largo sum of money that had been su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 February 1893

who has been sick weeks, U able to be out and daughter in Champaign, Talbott, of the N. 1.1. Go., is expected to arrive in this city at an early date. The men who are permitting their hogs to run loose are subject to a fine of $10 and costs. Isaac Mooring, of the east side, was in town Saturday and- cnllei^at The Colcmbain office. J. C. Sullivan,of the East Side, was in town Monday. He has Ix-en suffering with rheumatism. "Honeymooning at Havre" is the title of a book to be issued in the near future from The Cqumdux press. Farmers report that the roads are badly drifted in places, and occasionally a stretch of a quarter of a mile is Impassable. The oldest inhabitant says of the recent “spell" of weather, “Ach Gott, this is nodiugs to what wo have had already yet." He who sends a comic valentine is a blot upon the fare of the earth but he who smiles upon its receipt is a philosopher. ' ’ “They say" that there is an organization in town that, for wildness and demonstrative joyousness,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 February 1893

Thi Columbian Rcacmcb O | Mont HoMc»Jtl the Flat- j 5 head Valley than All Oth- > er Parer* Combined. Sub- , bcrirtion List* Oren to c ^. . ) . SCURTIOM p AOVERTI* THE COLUMBIAN. / Bu*iNt** Men Will Fmo k. The Columbian Jo* Ornet I Equipped ron First Cla** | i Printino or Every Kind. It. Lead*, send in Your Or- THIRD YEAR. \ COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 16, 1893.. NUMBER 7. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. JBANJK : OK : COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falla, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, ML James A. Talbott, : Butte, ML J. E. Gaylord, i Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, ML L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T.\Hausar, : : Helena, Mt. Eicliaiigo Drawn on Principal Cities ol the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. KICA.X), Cnshier. • THE] Jk BEE HIVE STORE We will soil you at low prices HARDWARE, STONEWARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODENWARE. TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 February 1893

I its pstrons of all kinds . and occur- are of interest to the i of the Flathead. Address all i to The Colchbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BXTXBKD AT COLCKUA BALLS TOSTOr ■CCOSD CLASS MAIL MATTK^. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH.MONTH. THURSDAY. FEB. 16. 1893. Butte and Anaconda have decided that the Chinese must go. > . ■ ■ ■- If one may judge by the apparent disturbed condition of land titles there Kaliapel U decidedly temporary in more ways than are generally known. Four weeks' work by the Montana legislature was the passage of four bills through both houses. The owners of real estate in Temporary Seat have their eyes on one J. 'Bookwalter, Esq, of Great Falls. A RICH DISTRICT. As early as 1891 The Columbian called attention to the fact that the strict known as the “South Fork country,’’/tributary to Columbia Falls, merited the attention of capitalists, lumbermen and miners. The varied resources of tnq South Fork country are a standing guarantee to men with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 February 1893

OLD TWO STRIKES. *, ■ ■ A dispatch of tho 4th iust. from Chadrou. Xob., says: Two Strikes’ band killed five men on tho reservation last night, and now defy arrest by tho Indian police. Tho killing took place at Humphrey's ranch, near .the mouth of White Clay creek. Humphrey's ranch is about twenty miles northwest of Pine Ridge agency and fifteen miles directly west of the Wounded Knee battle ground of two years ago. There was considerable skirmishing in that neighborhood during the big uprising, and soldiers wore stationed at tho ranch for some time. Two Strikes’ baud has hold together and has been vdry vindictive of late, but tho outbreak.is a surprise. FroukRushvillo, on the 5th comes this message: Another scone in tho shooting tragedy on the Sioux reservation, which was in yesterday’s dispatch from this place, was enacted Friday evening near the spot where the four white men wore killed by Indians. As soon as the news of the tragedy was brought to Pine Ridge Capt. Brown, tho agen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 February 1893

mining ex : i auction sale at the . ranch next Wedneaday. Frank Langford arrived homo on Saturday and remained several days. Oents’ shoes —all kinds and sizes - at Main & Co.’s. Dennis Neville has removed his saloon to Nucleus Avenue South where he will be glad to see his friends. Miss Minnie Feenan and Miss Nellie Botts of Kalispet wore visiting the family of Jos. Gangner last Sunday. Revival meetings are Ijeing held at Fairview school house on the oast side conducted by Rev. O. W. Mintzer and J. M. Eastland. The gonial John Weight man was up from the Temporary Seat on Tues Vday. He is getting quite fleshy, having gained over J pounds since coun ty division. Messrs. Switzer and Callaway of the Montana Mercantile Co., were in town Sunday, taking advantage of the sleighing to drive up from the Temporary Seat. Regular religious service in the city hall on Sunday next at 11 a. tn. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching by Rev. O. W. Mintzer, evening subject ' ‘‘Opinions of Christ.” Get a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1893

j, Thc Columbian Rcacmcs ' | Man Homes in the Fiathead Valley than All Other Parers Combined. Susscrirtion Lists Oren to | Advertisers ( : ■■■ ' m _ £ THE r THIRD YEAR. \ COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. i. Davis, Jainos'A. TalboU, J. E. OaTlortf;B. Tlbb«.y : L. C. Treut, S. T. Hauser, Butte, Mt. t. about to appoint a pennanent com Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Citieer of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. It K AD, C.'iiMl.icr. THE BEE HIVE STORE We will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call ahjl look over our stock and get bur prices. LORD RROS. Columbia FaUs. - - • TOLD IN A LINE. Things Personal. Political. Criminal Aceidrnttal and Otherwise Condensed for Bosv People. Dalasi ud Saylnxi «f PmoMtk* World Over. fro« the HaniblrM Hobo to Prtalill Bl «ad Voern. The D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1893

y AT COL CHIBA FALLA FOATOmC* AA IXD CLASS MAIL MATYkJL ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST Of EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. FEB. 23. 1893. March 1 is the date fixed for Flathead county to commence business on its own hook. The constitutionality of the bills creating new counties . is questioned. There seems no provision in the constitution that permits the legislature to create offices and appoint officers to fill them'. The points may have to be settled by, a court decision. The biter Mountain charges that members of the legislature are pursued to their rooms and awakened in thquightby emissaries of millionaires, to induce them to betray their party. Thejo are a few members who would not have to bo awakened more than once unless the price happened to be too small the first call. Kalispel papers announce a survey for a bridge across the Flathead river at that point. Will it be built by enterprising citizens, as was the bridge at Columbia Falls, or will the i Flat schemers attempt to comp...

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