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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 August 1893

nUtoric:tt TMl COLUMtIAN flCAOMM Moac Homes im the ^cathead Valiev than All Oth^ b Eft PAftEftS COMSIHED t Sm•cftiprioN Lists OftCTTVo AOVEftTISENS THE COLUMBIAN. o jsiftcss Men Wav Fms The Columbian Jos Omcc SMViftPES roft First-Class PftiNTmo or CvEST Kind. It Leads. Send in Your Or- ders. THIRD YEAR. r COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1893. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. NUMBER 34. UF COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. : Janm A. Tallwtt, .1. K. GsTlonl, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, Butt**, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities oftlie Uuitixl States ami Euro|K-. A-Oencrul Banking Business Transactwl. NVin. IlKAD, t.lmhlop.• •THE] ALL OUT OF WORK. The Mlo ThottsAiuls of Chicago Hamit N the Stock Yards, bat Their Vnest U Hopeless. Labor Ilrmonilnitlou In N*w York Qnrllnl li> I hr Police-Shnt Dbsni Ihe I'linntr} Over. m HIVE store: Wo...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 August 1893

r lumbitin. ■w PAOB3. SUBSCRIPTION, ■v mail: [*t yomr tu »dt P, O. AUJf«««. sursti-WpcrlMr. fifoal&c.,.. The Coli'Moiax invites itw ualrous and friends to Rend items of nil kinds rejfardinjf improvements, and oocurea wiiich are of interest to tbe people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colcxbun, Columbia Falls. Mont. SSrUED At r.ll-tSWA fALM ro«TO*rtca A» StlUSB CLAM MAIL MATTSt. tlX AUVEBTIS1N0 BILLS PAYABlC THE 1ST OK EACH MOXTH. THUKSDAY, A LG U.ST, 21, 1893 A CHANCE FOB-YOU. Toe Colombian presents tnis week the lies! offer over made to the readers of the Flathead Valley. It may be found on this page. It is a plain proportion. Books that retail at $3 to $.450 are given to Colcmbiax patrons at 40 to 75 rents. Every man in the Flathead Valley is invited to''call at this office and examine the books. If it isn't the best offer you had don't take it. If it is what we represent you can accept it and save $2.50 to $3.75. Come and investigate. That is all we ask. ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 August 1893

i'i*. .K» -t-\0 t»-(wm!HT.« _ ^ ^ ^laTimyr mi*U uttyn who nivau* lo i.jitti. Tl»*«U*rr / r* -ym AN ACTIVE NFLUENCE FOR ENLIGHT-ENfAi-NT AND PROGRESS. AmrrlruD* iHlrodncctl rrlntliig unit Oilior L'm'IiiI Alt i In Ihn l.itiul of ttiv Whit* Clr-plmiil upl^ln >llllrruml Hi* Klrti Mmm KukIix** Tiic effect in the Uniinl States of the recent ilU|>nt<- betweeu Franco nml Siiun lias Ixen to ilniw tile iittention of the remlinic iiulilic.to the picturesque |ieoplo nml qn<". r civillrutiuti to he found in the land of the white elephant. It has been n "/-nni] nl;pi cf c.lncatiou" as far as we are comvnicd, nml iVhllc we have profitcd by the opportunities for enlighten ment the interest aroufieil has been chief-, ly that of euriosity. While our nyuiputhien may lai mildly enlisted, French aggressions in Siam have no practical hnsineta idgnificauco in the United •States, for although wo have a few Christian .missionaries in southeiut Asia our commercial ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 August 1893

OF TH E-WEEK. Walker'* I’liannacy. A $5 book for 50 cents. WILL NOT R ESI ME. The K. M. Co. Will Stay Clnsed—The Cominiinlonm Appoint Another - Kalls|iel»r to Offlre. H. B. Briggs. St. Paul, was in toan yesterday. C. S. Garrett made a business trip to Spokane last week. • A So book for 50 omits. Contractor Sizer of tho North Fork survey party cauio iu Sunday, and wired for a new instrument. Friday night tho crew 8top|>ed work and loft j tho instrument on tho lino ns usual. „ , „ , , „ , „ Itriensr t orrespondonc® of Tut (otCMBiAX. was no s.gn of fire at the time,, KaLiarcL, August 23.- .lodge Duut tho next morning when tho men | |>mc „ Hpocia , tcnn of ix)nrt roturmsl to work nothing remained |0 llMir motions iu ,he cases against but tho metal portions of the instru (|ll> K.ilisu.>l Mercantile oomnanv. mont, a fire haring sprung up in the 1 night. Last year Mr. Sizer lust n $100 instrument in the North Fork Kulispcl Mercantile oompany, tho...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 August 1893

THL COLuXllrlAN RCACHCS Monc Homes in the FeatHEAD V/ALLCV THAN ALL OTH- . cn Parers Comrinco. Surocription Lists Open'to Advertisers. .ISTS OPEN THE COLUMBIAN. I Business Men Will Find The Columsian Jor OrricE Equipped for First-Class Printing or Evert Kino. It Leads, send in Your Orders. THmi) YEAR. T- COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUSySl, 1893. NUMBER 35. COLUMBIA FALLS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE If IS CONSPIRACY OJ-’ COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, .lumps A. Talbott, .1. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbov : L. C. Trout. But to, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities ' Europe. of the Unitisl States aild A General Baukiug Business Trans- acterl. Win. K I0A1>, < r ri i k The Present Flnaueial Panic Was Deliberately Drought On Hy Eastern Hankers. n.<- Cahsits Tout 0.-.AU" TYIti \Vh»t I'.rt the ItcimblicAii Party took to the Scheme to Cnnh ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 August 1893

Columbian. w. pXojd. )F SUBSCRIPTION, ey mail: . IL.Ilan liT Jt'or lu .uj 1’. O. \<lta»«*«p i«r/ l ..r. ''. in xl.amv. Kin«l^e.i4~ I'lrMil.- Tbor 'rill l*o buroiog qiipstiooH, (oo. Tbo tariff «ill havo lioon to a certain j aitent sottlwl, ami tbo country will havo a fluauciHl |>olio_v liascl on bi- ’! inotalliam. But the men of twenty 1 yoars from to-day will Ik> ooufroutocl Mr. and Mra. J. Hi Edward*, tbo Misses Hill, \V. A. Conrad ami Fred Morigold wore numbora of a driving party to this city yesterday. They returned to Knlispel by moonlight. Kev. C. O. Follett lectured on last Tml Colcwbian invites its patrons | with the awful elfcvta of tbe impor ;^ tlvoniuK t,> n f,,;, amliem c. j ^!at.on of pauper labor. The red j0n Tupw j By ltm „ mU \ at the! ; mouthed anarchists *'-* — ' j thrua huV«> grown to be a m il that must bo j The thousands of tor -1 a* the ! Ol the Agony Of Thoso who Suffor frorri Scrofula llood't SarMiMtrllla ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 August 1893

RICH, JUICY, MELTING WATERMELONS, LARGE AND SWEET, ^FILLED WiTH RUBY, FLAKV MEAT. V t. ” ' " • III till'HouIhlniMl Th-y .\r# In Ilia Nortlilaml They .\re Uinnvu*— III; ami firern anU Humolk ami ICuumU. Heller Kallnff XeVr Wa* I uuml. Slaxihl y«m *vj»k ine. »v I,rnco IIicmc malDnaf ( Wit*lire thciH* rul*t hrart^l mnnHlcrB, Willi lli.-lr MVellin ; ci-a'iuU''ntiii.iliu «h. With ihclr Juki* like In nv'nly neclnr, Will* ilieir jh . •Li u( ebon lifnckhe-e, Wllh tb» ir rlmU »o kmoolbly |«oU»hr«l. With iLctriliiNiif iu»ltli*tt Ktr< iiiie%-s Airl Iheir ltt*c:ou«, l(ei(h*«/h*e Tkmu of lioiie>, Ikrvc limca •weeter?. I fthmikl aiuaer, I »hoi|M it'll you. From ihc raiuiy toil i»f <-eorv;L;. rn»m l*ie rtMk»nn<if ihr eouihUind, t-'roni Iho uiunlry «if lhe »ast»1ilue, Wlwre ihe lia|>|i) enloml tnrtljer I'eeiU on *'i»ilUb»n*.*’ full of ir'ailnc**, I rttM mnl »k'e]iV, uiit). uakii 1‘uil of Joy Lerii’.t'O ho Li et h Ai"l can t.UHf liim^elf w ilk t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 August 1893

THE GRAIN YIELD. ft Will ho Much Idiwr than Former Kftiinntes Imlirnto<l. During tln> jmsl two nooks sovoral oxporioncod and capable persons have giron some attention to an estimate of the wheat yield. Among them (!. \V. Jackson, the Helena music i'vo« Mr- George Halliday, mdlor in ! charge of the Columbia Falls roller | mills. Ho made a partial tour of the 0,1 valley, and he thinks the crop will I** THE WEEK. A IS bookTo?00Mat*. Camp life improves the appetite for Imcoa. It cures insomnia. elen: man, was in town yesterday. H. \V. Main left for Lethbridge Sunday for n brief business tripS. A lifteen pound lx>y arrived at the jhe visited forty bushels per acre will residouco of Mr. unci .Mrs. Ornybeal j |»» harvested. lit nearly all fields the on Saturday. , yield will mu over twenty bushels per acre. He thinks it a very conservative estimate to say there will lx- more than l.nOO.OOO bushels of milling wheat on the east side. Several farmers became un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 September 1893

Historic..! THE CoLUMtlAN Hcaohes More Homes in the Fiathero Valixt than Ait Other Parers Combined. Subscription L-istS Open to ADVERTISERS. THE COLUMBIAN. 6 Business Men Wiu Find The Couimbian Jos OmcE Equipped ron First-Class Printino or Every Kino. It Leads, send in Your Or. OERS. ......... THIRD YEAR. C COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7, 1893. NUMBER 36. COLUMBIA FALLS'te SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OK : COLUMBIA FALlS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A; Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, : U.Tibbey : L. C. Trent, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Bulto, 'Mt. Butte, ML Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the tJnited States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. HKA.X). Onshier. THE] <E BEE HIVE _STORE] Wo will sell you at ‘low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODENWARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, * LAM PS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all l^nds. Iaal/Ik w-s b and get our price...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 September 1893

'is.. Coluinhian. w. OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■y mail: p*r j»«r lu mh . P. O. kiittm. ~ "iMr TM»r. UM. , Im adtmaM. :• I aata. tOmu. Tat Coi.i'Msux inritua it* uatroua id friemU to Mnd ituma of *fl kinda reifardiug improramanta, and occurrwuoea which are of intaraat to tha paopla of th. Flalhaad. Addraaa ajl Uttera to The Columeux, Columbia Falla, Mout. ■vrauo Mt Colombia FALi.a ro*T>*rrwi% A■ aaroxo claim mail MATtaa. ALL ADVKKTUiXU BILL* PATA^fca TUB irr or bai.u uo.ytb. THl'RSDAY, SEPT. 7.1803. A (TIAMt'K FOR YOI'. Tub Coll'mbiax praaauta tbia waak tha l>eat offer arer made to tha r:adara of the Flathead Valley. It may Im found on thia page. It ia a plain propoaiiioa. Reek a that retail at Si to SAiiO ara giraa to CoLfuaux patroua at 40 to "• canta. E»ory man in the Flathead Valley ■a invited to call at tbia office and examine the booka. If it isn't the beat offer you had don't take it. If it ia what we represent you can aeaept it and save $2.50 to $3.75. Come and i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 September 1893

RIVAL POLITICIANS. HOW'they pass their hours of EASE IN SUMMER. Dn\l>l llcnurtt Hill uml Janib Slant I'm•att lluvc r.lc^nnt Country llomc—3Ir. liur. Man.lan W.i Unlit l>y FrIU Emmet amt Jin. an inUraliiie lll.tory. lion. DnvM Bennett U1U and Hon. Jucol) Sloat Fusnott are Kltuirnna mid lifi-Kiiitt rivals in city, county mid stnto polilicH. Th.to the rivalry ends for tlio precent. for Mr. Hill took" n nudden riso and went mvay nlaud of Mr. Fassett. The latter ran for governor on the ebb tidoof Republicanism in Now York and to returned to private life, while the former ran on tlig. flood tide of Democracy and becamu in rapid succession lieutenant governor, Kovrmor and United Statoa senator. Their riv.ilrv began in Elmira and ended, for the i^eftt at least, in Albany. Despite their long rivalry n't KImira and Albany they uro i;ood friends, with very {Lmilar tastes for rural life, ai both have shown recently by securing country honics of great beauty. Mr. Hill's hom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 September 1893

NRW^FTHE WEEK.j SOKE OF THE FIGURES. W»lk*>r'n Ph*nn»cjr. A $6 lKX)k for fiO c«iity- A Wbook for? Di-unix Nerilli* 1i»h inoviid to tha I’oneo biiililing. ' Sint. O. F. Smith Iiss unite r« (•orarod from her recent illnesn. Chan. L. Boyfcfr, of Silver, has l>een linnlinp in thix vicinity of Into. Tlie full term of the Columbia Falla public achoola commence* on Monday next. W. S. Frnzor and family of the eaat aide tvilTleave to morrow for the Cherokee atrip. Select your Premium Hook. G. C. FitMchen, of Butte, author of the Montana game law*, was a guest of the Gaylord this week. V.’A. Ga>eleaf. from AlbiHpiorque. X. M„ accompanied by his family, ia registered at the Gaylord. Lai>or day was observed in Col* umhia Falls in a quiet manner, there lieing no demonstration of any sort The farmers are as busy ns men ever get to lie, harvesting a crop that will thresh more than the estimates made a month ago. A Jo I look for 50 cents. Messrs. P..f.Con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 September 1893

Thc CoujWkUN fUMMM Mobc’HOmi* in TMt Flat. HKAO VALLtVTMAN ALL OtHe* PAPtna Com*inko. Subbcription Liara Open to Adviutibcrb. •••••• THE COLUMBIAN. BuMKaMMKN Will Fins Thc Columbian Job Orncc Eauippco tor Firbt.ClrM PrintinoopEvcrtKino. It tCADB. 8CND IN YOUR OR. OKU®. ••••••••• r THIRD YEAR. \ COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1893. NUMBER 37. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Dacia, : Butt*, Mt. Jornoa A. Talbott, : Butt*, Mt. J. E. Gaylord, : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. ■\Vm. I4KAT>, Cmihior. THE BEE HIVE STORE We will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONEWARE, GLASS FRl)jT JARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call and look over our stock and get our prices. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 September 1893

rile Columbian. jonzj w. r’A.OE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, cr mail: rurw i>.4L>r» »<r »«i t.. iuj f. o. UJi'j-. If r»HI la A tiro.ire »i.* i^r Su Xonthf. InVlrkiN-a.tl-M. 1 jroo Moiillir. ill o.liitaco. !i i'-oi». kiutfU eui»iu IV ceftl*. 4 I* ami friouds to send items of nil kinds regarding improvomeuts, and oecurmneos which are of interest to the iieople of the Flathead. Address ail letters to The Columbia*, • Columbia Falls. Afout. ■ivrkJCKO it cdi.cmwa rxLf rvmrvrrtjc At atruMD CXAM MAIL XATIZK. Al.L adykhtisimTKILLS PAYABLK TUK iht or turn Minra. THCKSDAY. Sl'Cr. 14. 1893. Citizen George Francis Train predicts the death of Cleveland within ninety days. Rather a long time to wait. Civilization is spreading in the land. One of the visiting lllaekfoot Indians in the city on Smidny wore glasses. Cleveland may Ik* nble to buy con gressmen but ho can't subsidize nature. It's n girl and you can bet the old man is mad. Senator Honsbrough of Xorth Dakota is...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 September 1893

Hoi* i itiw.w MONTY AND PLLASJRE REWARD THOSE WHO LABOR THEN. Tin* 1$ Now ut IU UcIkIiC, nud Her* Area faw- Obkerrutlona on Hop Cultara and IIartr*i uuJ the Onucc* That Coma A flat Sappar. OP daocos aro * aboat as jmiior’j taut a feature of the bop harvest time ca tho pick!ug of tho bops, and both are at their best just DOW. Did you over pick hops or go to a hop dance? Thou >#n have missed eipt-ri-cnees of which nothing can take tho place. Tho work is hard, the .hours are long in v " tho field, but the fuu when tho work is over, and tho field has been deserted fur the day, am! too sun has set, is fascinating enough to muko it ail tip. At least that ts what, lltooR'.nda of hop pickers think about it. Clear skio-i and pure nlr aro e-a^enliiU to sni'ceMful Imp -rowing. The hop . must bo planted and tended v.-itii gieni care. Preui tho bi-jin.u’ng-to the k.fvyestand tl rou. '. the kiln to the market there t: i.oe .tt'uti’o:. anxiety. A hopfield jii-t ready for pielrin? ia one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 September 1893

/ / / NEWS.0F THE WEEK. Col. Goo. W. Mono "C N'orr Chicbko is in town. Walker's Pharmacy, f Geo. M. Baker of Kalisiwll was iu the city yesterxlay. A. J. CliniHii&n is in the cftr, the tftiest of Tni: Coi.cmbu-*. A $3 Iwok for 35 cents. Mrs. Jos. A. Talbott registered at the world's fair last week. A. B. Hamilton, sheriff o< Choteau county, was in town last week. A $5 book for 50 cents. E. H. Huliburd and M. Braudeuburg\cerent the Gaylord on Tuesday. A boar devoured tho 15-nionths-old baby of J. W. Schultz, Midvale. E. H. Rupert, operator at Summit, registered at the Gaylord on Saturila ySure, clGcient. easy—Hood's Pills. Frank Langford and W. R. Ramsdell returned from the Tobacco Plain*, country on Monday. Matthews A Kreck, Spokane, have secured tho'snow shed contract from the Great Northern. Messrs. Vanderveer, Bradbury and Face are taking » ten days’ outing in tho Tobacco Plains country. Select your Premium Book. Mrs. E. II. Harwood of the West is seriously ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 September 1893

The Cocumvian Reacme* More Homes in the Flathead Valley than All Other Papers Combined. Sub- > SCRIPTWM*; Lists Open to Advertisers. ..•••• THE COLUMBIAN.6 Businessmen Will Find The Columbian Jos Omc* Equipped for First-Clam Printing or Every Kino. It Leads, send in Vour Or- . , THIRD YEAR. ( Columbia Falls, Montana, Thursday, September 21,1893. NUMBER 38. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. \ DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, ML James A. Talbott, Butte, ML J. E. Gaylord, : : Butte, Mt. B. Tlbbey : Butto, Mt. L. C. TronL : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Businbss Transacted. "Win. ItKAD, CmUiler. 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 and look over our stock and get our prices. LOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 September 1893

/ bian. Tns Colcmdun invites its patrons plunderers. .It ivill give the taxpayers h ■-i-imfu-o to say whether they want their biinlen made heavier. If they vote those bonds it will not be twelve months till some other bond sehorno will be sprung. -- {- 7 Grover Cleveland .should now order congress to repeal the girl baby and pass a boy. \ to send items of all kinds improvements, and Oecur- ' h arc of interest to the of.the Flathead. Toe Colcmbiax, Columbia Falls. Mont. it is reported that President Clevo- oioav w land is a very busy man. With two Address all so near each other in years it is not to l>e wondered at. D AT COLUMBIA TALLft rOBTOmCK AH tXOOXD CL AX* MAIL MATTCB. ALL ADVEBTLSINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21’, 1893. Poverty has its compensations. The poorest man of us all doesn't have the hard time rustling the mighty dollar that George Gould has finding ways and moans to evade paying taxes on his vast fortune. Congress is asked to san...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 September 1893

LOAN CERTIFICATES. —— * HOW THEY ARE ISSUED BY THE CLEARING HOUSES. MMlwn Method* That Facilitate the Bailcue of the Bank.—Importance of the clearing: Home Id Time* of Financial ■IHaiaiaay;^'--The commercial bank* of largo citica could not got along at all without their clearing houses, for tho .abolition of tbcij useful institutions would necessitate a return to tho old messenger system, under which bonks had to send erery check received from a depositor to the bank on which' it was drawn and have it settled in cosh. Tho system was cumbersome and slow, and it frequently liappened that even banks employing a largo corps of messengers could not make all their settlements in one day. This meant serious loss ns well as inconvenience, for tho delay involved loaa of Intercot, and to overcome those drawbacks tho clearing honso system was devised. Under this system two men for each bank accomplish in a few minutes tho work that used to keep a small army of messengers running nbont town for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 September 1893

OF THE WEEK. Walker’* Pbanntcy. A $3 book for 35 ccntx. II. \V. Main U on n trip (o LethbridRf. E. C. Pollard of Holt waa in town thia week. J. C. Sullivan is the prom! father of bis third girl. I. Waring, Spokane, was a guest of the Gaylord ou Friday. J. W. Knieff of Spokane registered at the Gaylord last week. Col. Geo. W. Morse returned to his home at Now Chicago ou Sunday. W. H. Smith,^representing if E. Bucklen A Co., is registered at the Gaylord. Fullerton, the Cash Grocer, has moved his stock to the postoffice building. A. H. Horsey was in the city last week in the interest of the Anaconda Standard. Main & Co. will sell you a suit of clothe* at almoet your own price. Mrs. K. D. Beckon and daughter Maud will depart on Sunday fora western trip of several weeks. John E. McCarthy, deputy collector of customs, was in from the Tobacco Plains country on Thursday. A S5 book for GO cents. Miss Tillie Nelson returned to St. Peter, Miuu., on Tuesday after a visit of several ...

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