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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1893

The Columbian Rcachcb ■^Mom Homes in the Flathead J/alley than All Oth,tHPABEMB Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers. •••••• THE COLUMBIAN: Business Men Will Find The Columbian Job Orncc Equipped tor First-Class Printino or Every Kind. It Leads, send in Your Ordkr®. • • .• Igfl THIRD YEAR. r COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1803. ‘ / NUMBER 13. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. BANK OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : 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 Trans acted. Wm. KKAD, Omlilcf. THE BEE HIVE STORE We will sell you at- low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN WARE, CROCKERY, LASIPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call and look ov...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1893

nro of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to Tins Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. D AT COLUMBIA CALLS rOBTOFTlCE arCOXD CLAM KAIL MATTK*. ALL ADTERTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. 5 THURSDAY. MARCH 30. 1393. It is said the Grabil will invest the $l/>00, donated by the commissioners, in pumping apparatus. Other papers of the Flathead valley are now printing the new game law* which The Columbian published two weeks ago. Citizens are already prophesying that “Butler's Old Timera Office Holders Trust will go out of business in November, 1894. And not a won! in the “official organ” about the great flood that filled the cellars of the official gang, and tho streets of the official city, and drowned the official cow. Montana democrats should not be downcast by the present situation. When the big chiefs- kill each other off then the small guns will have a chance. Tho work of extermination among tho leaders of the party is going merrily on, as ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1893

PACIFIC COAST NOTES.Two oxporieaoed millers and prospectors have returned to Yuma^AH., from the JJalton basin. whpr<( they spent many weeks in vain search for the famous lost Peg Leg mine. They found up gold, but an abundance of of water. On the desert they encouu to rod one Converse, a veteran trapper, who had discovered throe fine large soda springs heretofore unknown. In theirouiuion no mineral exists in that portion of the desert oast of the Carizo or Son Jacinto mountains. The groat Helmet dam near San Jacinto,Cal., is iinisned too height of 110 feet, and is filled with water to a height of 90 feet. The lake is nearly two miles long, the widest place being throe-fourths of a mile, making a surface urea of nearly 750 acres. This enormous body of water has be^p col looted in two weeks. • There is enough now impounded to irrigate 20,000 acres during the common dry season. One house of the Arizona legislature has passed to third reading a bill requiiing office-holders to...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 March 1893

SCHEDULE. JtWT JOTTED DOWN. No.^WtVc. •;!!! NEWS OF THE WEEK. • Main & Co., for shoes. Sheriff Gangner was in town Friday on official business. G. H. Richards of Sau Francisco was in town two days last week. Mrs. Jno. \V. Pace returned )£pnday from a two weeks' visit, to Helena. Benjamin Graham made final proof on Saturday last before Commissioner Lewis. Judge Conlin left yesterday for a business visit to Helena and other points in the state. Robert Savage is again at his homo in the Flathead valley after spending the winter in Butte. • James Quinlivan’ cut his foot with an ntlz last Saturday morning at the bridge. Several stitches by the doctor were required. Land and snow slides at Leonia, west of Libby delayed the east bound train eight hours on Monday and the same time ou Tuesday. The laud contest between D. D. Kelly and George Hawkins, involving some property in the North Fork country, occupied attention before Judge Lewis for several days. A number of witnesses wer...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 April 1893

Tnt Columbian Rcachcb MoBt Homes in the Flathead Vallet than All Oth ek Papers Combined. Sub*4|iption Lists Open to Advertisers. . • 7*T . . THE' COLUMBIAN. Business Mir Will Fmo The Columbian Job OrncE Equipped for Fibst-Class \,Printino or Every Kind. It Leads, send in Your Or- THIRD YEAR. C COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1893. ( NUMBER 15. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont: DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent. S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A Genoriil Banking Business Transacted. \Viu. ItKAD, Costlier. THE] BEE HIVE STORE] Wo will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODENWARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of nil kinds. Call and look over our stock and get oqr prices, &...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 April 1893

improvements, and occurof interost to tlio people of the Flathead. Address all iotteni to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. r.xTKaxD AT (TH.rMBiA TAUJI nwrorMOK An HIXXIXU CI.Ann MAIL MATTRX. AIX ADVKKTMINfl BII.US CAVAHl.K THK 1ST OF KACB MONTH. ^ THURSPAY. APRIL 18. 1898, Winter Keoms to have located |H'rmnneutly in the lap of Hprinp. Monday, tho 25th inst.. will l>o St. OoorKo's day. There is a chance for the remnant to distinguish itself. ES'l'roaldont Harrison has earned tho gratitude of tho notion by declnr- iug t that ho is not writnSg a Ixwk nor ho intend to write a book. Tiro latest told on Philadelphia is that the school of pedagogy in that city at present consists of eleven professors and one pupil. Faculty and scholar are doing well. The Illinois legislature has a bill under consideration prohibiting tho exhibition of human freaks. Lot '• Illinois set the example and then lot . the good work go steadily on. Bolva Lockwood’s application for 1 permission to p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 April 1893

TWO GREAT RIVAL ROADS. Tlie Sort ern 'riioni I’acifle ami Great XorthKiirlitiiW for Bnaiuesa in " the .Northwest. Tho opproacliing complotipn of tho tireatXorthoru Railroad os a through line to tho Pacific Coast loads to a good deal of speculation in the newspapers of the Northwest as to tho probable results of its competition with its nearest rival, tho Northern Pacific. It is assumed by some writers that thenewroad is going to force a heavy reduction in through rates* and this assumption rests on tho fact that tho new road has been built, for tho most part, iu a time when lalror and material could I>o had at much lower rates than ruled ten or fifteen years ago, and that in consequence the Great Northern represents a lower capitalization per mile than does tho old lino with which it is about to enter into a struggle for business to and from Puget Sound. The difference of cost has been much exaggerated; still, it exists and is a factor of some importance in tho amount of ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 April 1893

.831». m. .8:10 p.m. .7:10 p.m. .Iffilp. m. and Mall Houra. M 7 30 a.m. * S-JOp-m. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Walker's Pharmacy. Main & Co., for shoes. * Children’s school shoos, can’t bo beaten, at Jtain ft Co’s. Fred Langerman, the liquor merchant of Kalispel, was in town Saturday. J. E. flimo, a stockman of Dupuyer, Chotoau county, was in town last week. Judge William Conlin is homo after a ten days’ business trip to the capital. apita B.'J B. \R. Miller, representing John W. Graham & Co., Spokane, was in town Thursday. C. F. Fullerton has returned from a trip to Everett and other Puget Sound points. Game Warden J. J. Grant, of Egan, was in town Friday, having been called hero by tho arrest of the three Indians charged with violating the game law. (Jtfrs. D. A. Thetgo and Miss Nina Kimball departed for Helena on .Friday morning, where they will reside during Mr. Thetge’s tenure of office as assistant state boiler in-j spector. ____ Tho Ladies’ Aid society of the Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 April 1893

Tnc Columsmn Rcaches Mont Homes ih the Fiathead Valley thah All Othcr Pasens Combined. SubSCAtHTtON USTS OSEN TO THE TI^JftD YEAR. V COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT OF : COLOMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: Butte, Mt. .Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. A. J. Daria, James A. Tallxstt, J. K. Qojtasd. B. mbey Ij. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Wm. liKA.X>. Caalilei-. DOWN SHE CAME. Blount Declares the Protectorate Off and Lowers •' the American Flag. Followed In-itructions and Doun’i Cure Who Knows It—EBpcror Wllllim PuU HU Fool In It. The Stars and stripes, which for two months hare floated from the government building hare been .xrcwo, hauled down and tho_ remaiuing • gutte, Mt. forces from the United States cruisor c ^. MBIAN. Business Men Will Fins The Columbian Job Orncc Equipped ton First-Class Printino of Every Kino. It Leads, send in Your Orders. RSDAY,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 April 1893

patrons i of all kinds and occurare of interest to the 9 of the Flathead. Address all i to Tub Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. at cOlcmbA tai.ls rosiomcs •ECOXD CLAU MAIL MATTLX- ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PA TABLE UIE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. APRIL 20. 1S03. Tuesday was Arbor day. Has anyoile counted the trees planted in Montana T There was a total eclipse of the sun on Sunday last. It caused no comment in this portion of the country as that state of affairs has been on for'several months. Oul) of the numerous World's Fair temporary hotels recently fell of its own weight. All indications point to exciting times in Chicago this sum- was a sinecure. The only real work in the division has boon turned over to the bureau of animal industry. North Dakota joins Minnesota in the howl against the innumerable favors shown the democrat-populists of South Dakota by this administra ** on- . ■ ( No fast trains to Chicago, say the general managers. "If fourteen hours j ,from St. Paul to the World...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 April 1893

: THE DEVIL AND THE LAWYEBS. > ^J)KEAM. Twos lato in tho oveninp and twilight had fled. The good wife and children were onuglv in ImhI. When I sat in my chair, by the firelight's dull glow. ‘ ~ J lazily watched, as they danced to and fro, shadows fantastic -weird shapes,Avoro they all And Tho sh Which the fiteboriug embers portrayed on the wall. E’en as I sat gazing tho scene seemed to'change; My dlscnthralTed spirit had cruasod o'er the range. And arrived at that bourne, where tho bulk of the race, . Shall (if stories Ipe true) at last find a place. There fell on my ear, as.I stood by tho gate, Still dreading and anxiously waiting my fate, A rich aoico that thrilled mo like current galvanic, Addressing, with pathos, His Highness Satanic. “May it please," said tho voice, “ your Highness to heed The request I prefer from my brothers ju need, Which, the same I will state without any wherefore, Whereas, before mentioned, aforesaid or therefore. “No doubt, in tho papers, ^ur ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 April 1893

Hours. NOWS OF THE WEEK. Walluv's i’hnniiBov. Main & Co, for shoes. Fishing tackle at Nelson’s. . Children's school shoos, can't be beaten, nt >fnin A: Co's. M. Corbett. Great Falls, is looking over the Flathead valley. li. L. Clinton, B. B. Gilliland and R. F. Ayres were among Monday's ar- rivals at the Gaylord. Dr. A. U. Coo loft for Great Falls on Tuesday to attend the meeting of state medical association. you V (A. F. Grouwaldt, Spokane. C.’R. Thompson, Seattle, and George W. Neff. Denver, were at the Gaylord this week. „ Mrs. R. J. Hartman has gone on a visit to her old home in Hamilton. O. She left Friday morning over the Great Northern. A FEW UTTLE THINGS. The breaking of a freight car axle y _west of Tuohy's tunnel on Tuesday caused a delay of seven hours in the running of trains. A lot of new novels at Nelson's. 4 ‘ The rush to the Kaslo still keeps up, but it has now turned into double rush. As main- are rushing out as are rushing in. The land contes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 April 1893

COLU M BIAN. Business Men Will Find The Columbian Jos Ornct Equipped rop Fibst-Class PRINTINOOrEwtBYKlNO. It Leads. Send in Youb OB- DEBS. THIRD YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1893. / NUMBER 17. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. BAJSTK NINE ARE KILLED. COLUMBIA FALLS. •— -0 Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tilibey L. C. Trent, S. T. Hausor, : Butte, Mt. ' Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal nf the United States and Eur Cities rope. eneral Banking Business Trans Win. ItKAD. Casliier. THE] BEE HIVE STORE] Wo will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE. TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of nil kinds. Call and look over our stock and get our prices. UO R I) in {OS. ^ \r. Coiumbia Falls. .Montana. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. R. J. HARTMAN, ATTORNEY. GENERAL PRACTICE. Land an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 April 1893

. of oU kindH ,, and occur"aro Of intorost to tko Address all Tflt COLOJIBIAN, Columbia Falls, Mont. AT COLt'llBI A rA 1.1.A i*oATornc» AS UCCOXD CLASS MAIL MATTSm. ALL AOVEKTISINU B1LUS PAYABLE THE 1ST OK EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. APRIL 27. lt«3. Music as a euro for nervous disorders is the latest. Under ordinary circumstances the remedy would be . worse than the disease. If the dress reform women are going to spring at the world’s fair the costumes outlined in the newnpai>ers the man who stays at home is to bo congratulated. Rider Haggard says ho paid $250 to the publishers to get his first book sent into the world. The man who lent hun that 5250 undoubtedly commuted suicide ere this. EBperor William is said to l>e one of the few reigning sovereigns upon whose life no attempt has yet been made. Anarchists can attord to wait. The fool-killer_wiU get around in time. - The pessimist fears that the development of skirt and step dancing on and off the stage is so grea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 April 1893

WOWSOFIEWORLD How They Are Displayed at the Columbian (exposition. ONE DAY AT JACKSON PARK. A Preliminary Survey Which Glvee the Iteailnr an Itlea of the Scope of the Fair eml flow to See It. Now that wo nro in Cliicago and about to visit tho World's fair grounds the question arises, Mow shall wo go? Thoro nro a dozen ways of going, but we want to take tho quickest way. Wo nro near tho Illinois Central station, so lefs go over and catch u train. They run ono every two minutes on a special track “u'! lb -North pier It is ult a Aort walk from urban trains take lots of visitors out There art) several roods running' to tho grounds, among Them the Baltimore and Ohio, the Northern Pacific, the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern and tho Pennsylvania systems. Then there are tho cable lines' and the at Sixty-third street uud on tho roof of the Trausportatiou annex. Tho cable lines run on Wabash uvenne and State street. Yon can catch a car at nny time on cither of those streets up town. Will th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 April 1893

ssr™,.:. ll’J«n.m. VIM i-. m. ,.«:*0p. m. 3*Sp. in. iu.-top.in. CM a. in. ,.3^|i. m. '£Hn. in. SaOp. m. . 7:1011. ra. .Ifl0p.m. and Mail Hours. 7ili«.m. idOp.m. to 7 p.m. J Kex.xkdi, P. M NEWS OF THE WEEK. Walker’s rharmaoy. Main & Co., for slio4P * "Fishiiig tackle at Kelson’s. Sheriff Jos. (fangner was in town Sunday. . Children's school shoos, can't lx> lieaton, at Main & Co’s. The Kuabllug Art (Save Montana Thonsamh of Acres for the State Institutions. •IrrfXr* Thr Crnnl IatrrfrW« With a Number of FlM IiMd Valles* SetUrm Win. .\e*leeleH ttie Un. leH^the The fact has developed that the students who did the bruiiding to the L!_.to'Sroulaua at the tftne of itaadmia- bo J r8 were uo1 . wphomores, but an sion to statehood lands as follows: Object. Acres. School of mines 100,000 State Normal school......... 100,000 Agricultural colleges 50,000 Reform school 50,000 Deaf and dumb asylum 50,000 Public, buildings at capital. ..150,000 ness man, was regis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 May 1893

Thc Columbian Rkachcb More Homes in the FlatheaoValley than Au. Other Parers Commneo. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers THE COLUMBIAN; 1 -.-yrr* Business Men Will Find The Columbian Jos Orncc Equipped for First-Class Printino or Every Kino. It Leads. Send.in Your Or- ders. THIRD YEAR. NUMBER 18. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 4, 1893. COLUMBIA FAL^S IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL ESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE bajstk: OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: Av J. Daria, James A. Tallwtt, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent,' S. T. Hauser, : Butts, 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 Trans- acted. Win. It 10 AD, CiMltUtr. THE d~ m HIVE store: Wo will sell you at low-4 prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call and look over our stock and get o...

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

i ita patron" - of all kinds . and occur‘are of interest to the of the Flathead. Address all to The CoLCJtBUS, Columbia Falls, Mont. AT COLUMBIA FALLA FOBTOmC* •BCOXD CL ABA MAIL MATTBB. , ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE. THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MAY 4. 1893. THE DIFFERENCE. - Very many American miners have commented upon the fact that mining districts in British territory are more rapidly developed than districts of tho same richness on American soil. Tho average citizen does not understand why this difference exists but the mining man sees it. It is simple. When a new mineral district is discovered on British land the government builds wagon roads— -^good ones, not pack trails. When a nek district is discovered on American soil the government gives no aid to development; it builds no roads—it simply permits tho miners to develop the district as best they can. This is one great reason why British 7 mineral districts are more rapidly developed than here. The people of tho Mont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 May 1893

A SINGULAR CLIENT. ••A liuly io neo yon, sir." ' Frank Treinayne liaittily draw liU foot from the mantelpiece, where they had ■ocn reposing, and dinging the end of iis cigar into the liie turned his chair •onnd and Resumed a more decorous ; the table. "Show her in, Dick.’ - he said laconicilly, and ns the lad went to obey him he toized open and jiogan scribbling busily upon the margin of a very legal looking document "1 hope IFs a case." ho muttered. "But it will be jnst my Inch if Itisn't.” The door swung open once more and a lady, dressed' somberly and wearing a thick veil over her face, crossed the threshold. Frank rose, bowed [lolitcly and placed a chair for her near the fins then waited. She sat down, and for a few moments i dead silence reigned. , Frank felt rather than knew that two piercing eyes wore regarding him fixedly from behind that screening veil, and cool and Unconcerned as ho usually was tho calm scrutiny set his pulses beating faster MBrnnwattni tu fidgut uneasily ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 May 1893

I TUB »• m. ..saop. m. I Mall Hours. NEWS OF THE WEEK Walker’s Pharmacy. Main & Co, for shoes. Fishing tackle at Nelson’s. Children’s school shoes, can't be beaten, at Main & Co’s. The Red School Main & Cb.’s. House shoe to Spokane Dr. A. H. Coe went Monday evening. George A. Henderson, the Kalispel dentist, was in the city Sunday. A, Y. Lindsey was called to Bonner’s Ferry on Monday on legal business. Constable Lobau Thompson of Kalispel, was in town Monday official business. George 1. Bumbnugh is on a business trip to Libby. He will be absent for ten days. "• J. H. Edwards of Temp.-Co.-Seat, * and H. J. Mock of the Official organ " were in town Sunday. George Phillips and J. M. McGregor of Kalispel were among Sunday's visitors to the city. Mrs. C. A. Taylor, Mrs. F. R. Miles, ^liss Kniger and Mr. Jamison of Whitefish were registered at the Gaylord on Sunday. James A. Watson, representing Noyes Bros. <fc Cutler, the St. Paul druggists,...

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