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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 February 1894

IF YOU WANT READING Matter of-the Highest Grade, at a Price within the Reach ol All. You should at Once Investigate the dock Offer made by The Columbian. : : i : ; : : : COLUMBIAN. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. The Columbian Prints the News without Fear or Favor, and Is Read In the Homes of Flathead County. It Leads In all Essentials. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 15, 1894. NUMBER 7. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J'. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, Butte, Ml. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Exeliniiffo Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Boujting Business Transacted. 'Win. RKAD, Cashier. the: m 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 all kinds. Call and look o...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 February 1894

Sec page -1 for Prior do Saonc's doer skin ndrcriisomont. Trains uro running more regularly now and travel seems slightly heavier. Don Collins of Holt has liecn hauling wheat tothoColumbia Palls mill. Hereafter when u fellow oscapes tho penitentiary ho will bo "vindi cated.” Cottoleno' or Kexolene in wiil* or bulk at prices to suit tho tiraqs at City Bakery. It is stated that oa Friday nigm last, six donees were in progress in this valley. Xow, candidly, has any fellow ever seen a finer winter tlian the present one in Flathead valley! A Chinook wind commenced cutting tho snow yesterday. As a result the oast bound train was six hours late. Tho Chinaman arrested on a- charge of purloining a pair of white man’s pants was •'vindicated" by -a trial Inst Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Vanderveer are now domiciled in tho Thompson house on Fifth street. Mr. X. has been laid up with neuralgia. e held .Successful dances were held at Holt, Half Moon school house on the west side and at Boston's hal...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 February 1894

v.- rafpemieg ins a conlirits.and WORKING THEIR WAY MEANS BY WHICH IMPECUNIOUS STU- DENTS GET THROUGH COLLEGE. Clilr«cir Cull. n«II> llna K«lablUfac«I a U^c- ulor irniplojilicut Iliircau For tha IlenrIU ol SludouU Who Wont JVork—A Suceaaaftil ami Eaoooraclnc Kxporinient. Wo are nil moro 'or loss familiar with tho HtruRglcs of'tfspiring hat impecnni0113 uludeutM who uro lured to depend upon snch temiiorary and precarious employment na may cotno to their hands for the means of defraying their at college. Every university has’ tingent of snch courageous spirit ronspicnoiia on tho roll of men famous In statecraft, literature and science stand tho names of many men who taught school during vacations and did janitor work or tutoring at Williams or at Yale. Many eastern colleges have fellowships for poor but worthy students, and if the pupil he especially brilliant or capable of long sustained brain work he may eke out a very comfortable income by winning prizes in addition to h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 February 1894

mahazi.vk sums. 1'hc Columbian. OWKBD AND DY JOHM W. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Thrw* Dollar* |M»r ymr lo «nv I*. O. AJiirriw. H PaM In A<H«oooSLM par \aar. Six Montho. in ailraiin*. Thre* Montli*. in adranro. 7S Ont*. Single 0Opica 10 c**nlf. and friends to send items of i patrons all kinds regarding improvoments, and (H-rur-rouces •wliirli are of interest to tbe i*eop! lottei otters to The Colpsibiax, Columbia Fulls, Mont. ENTERED AT OODUXEli EJI-LS POSTOET1CE SECOND,CI.SSS SAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THUKSDAY, FEB. 8. 1884. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Readers of The Columbian are invited to write the news ot their localities. Wo want tho Social. Personal and General Nows ot every part of Flathead County. If you see a statement that is incorrect, don't go around kickinR at tho paper, but sit right down and write the facts. Always sign your name—not for publication, but simply that the editor may know tho informant. Any patron of this pap...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 February 1894

* ' IF YOU WANT READING Matter of the Highest Grade, at a Price within the Reach of All. You should at Onoe Investigate the Book Offer made by The Columbian. THE COLUMBIAN. THE OPFIOIAL PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. The Columbian Prints the News without Fear or Favor, and Is Read In the Homes of Flathead County. It Leads In all Essentials. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 22, 1894. NUMBER 8. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY- MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OS’ : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. .F. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. TSbbey : L. C. Trent. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. ItKAIJ.Ciuililor. THE BEE HIVE * STORE We will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT IARS. WOODENWARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call and look_...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 February 1894

NEWS OF THE WEEK. PliBASIKO I’liOCili.AMME. NEWS OF OOF HE10HB0BS. Sows From Mill Crook. 8|»ocialC'orro*|»<>julo:>ci* of Tuk (‘oLt'MUlAK. Thp literary was well attended last Thursday evening. The question was discussed at considerable length, the negative side winning the decision. The Ventilator, the society's paper was well filled with nows and com-, inent and was road with credit by the editor. It occasioned much merriment, containing many humorous allusions to members of the literary. Some members think they were hit too hard, but every one accepted the jokes with good spirit. There were a number of visitors from other parts of the valley, and all enjoyed themselves. Many had to stand, as the seating capacity of the hall was early taxed. Thu topic for discussieu next Thursday evening is, “Resolved, That the Indians have more cause for complaint against the whites than the Negro." Quito a number from this neighborhood attended the literary at the ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 February 1894

FATHER OF THE FAIR HOW M. H. DE YOUNG ORIGINATED THE CALIFORNIA EXPOSITION. H* Ooiitvlved th* Plm »t Chicago ami With the Aulatance of Other Knterprlelej Callfornlene Uee 3Ieile e I’rodlgloue Sneceea of the Midwinter Pair. The prononuccd artittic and financial anccess of the California Midwinter exposition is the cap sheaf of many marvels. No ono appear* to have exiiecte.1 it in snch measure or so soon. Nor is it any qualified or half way success that has been achieved, but a tlioroiiKh paced triumph of the first order and measured by the highest standards. It seems as if some irresistible Impulse moved everyone who writes of the Midwinter fair to compare it with the Columbian eximsition. This appears unfair, for the Midwinter made no pretense of rivaling its Chicago predecessor. It lose* nothing by the comparison, however, and competent critics, making due allowance for the difference in scope, have declared that California's Sunset City is far more delicately beautiful than was th...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 February 1894

he Columbian. JOHN W. FA.OB3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: Hire* Doll*r» i>rr year to any P. O. AdUroM. If Paid in Advance «J0 |»er loar. Six Month*, in advance, »I.V.. Tlmy Jlonui*. lu adruuc*-. 75 Cantu. Single c*»piee 10 rente. Tat Coluvbiak invites its patrons ami friends to send items of all ki roKardiug improvements, and occurreuees which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to Tnr. Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. EXTEHED AT COLOMBIA FALLS FOSTOFFICE HXroND CLASS M AIL MATTF.B. ALL ADTKRT1SINQ BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF KAt'H MONTH. THDKSDAY, FEB. 15. 1S91. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Readers of The Columbian dr* Invited to write the news of their localities. Wo want the Social. Personal and General News of every part of Flathead County. If you soo a statement that Is Incorrect, don't Bo around kloklng at the paper, but sit rlaht down and write the facts. Always BlBn your name—not for publication, but simply that the editor may know the Informa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 March 1894

IF YOU WANT READING Matter of the Highest Grade, at a Price within the Reach of All. You should at Once Investigate the Book Offer made by The Columbian. : : : : i : : : THE COLUMBIAN. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE PEOPLE. The Columbian Prints the News without Fear or Favor, and Is Road In the Homes of Flathead County. It Leads In all Essentials. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1894. COLUMBIA FALLS IS 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, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Suit Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. RKA-D, OuihSor. the: BEE HIVE store: Wo will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONEWARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call and look over ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 March 1894

r ■ O. W. Mintzor was in town B. J. Mclutiro of Kalispcl was in town Saturday. Don't plan ttlioso scrubby potatoes! Koad L. L. May A; Co.'s offer. Frank Langford and Kalph Kamsilell have gone to Tobacco Plains. E. S. Johnson, representing Newell .fc Co., St. Paul, was in town Saturday. J. R. JJonahue, representing a St. Paul house, was taking orders in this city Friday. A. S. Lanneau of this valley, was registered at the Hotel Ryan, St. Paul, on Saturday. Spring is coming! Read the advertisements of the KeodgrowenTSn this issue of The Counuux. Always look over the advertisements in The Colchbias. You will find something now every week. The charges against McDevitt and Preston were found to be without foundation and the cases were dismissed. Judge Boston was on Tuesday on gaged in hearing a criminal cose, the defendant being charged with furnishing whisky to Indians. \Y. Alice Burpee has introduced more than seventy new and important varieties of vegetables into general cultivalTon, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 March 1894

THE POWEROF WATER lin omit two eUmiljiipes, rii or eicht : foot in diameter cadi, to take the water | from the top of tho fulls. At the foot of • - VARIOUS SCHEMES FOR UTILIZING IT the Btandpipes ho placed two htiRf tube* of iron,'made like hoilcre, each 150 feet long and 9 feet in diameter. The work of installing this plant occupied some months, and the cost altogether was ris- ing of $150,000. His plan, which worked beautifully in a small model, was to let the water through the standpipes alternately into tho two huge hoilerlikc "compressors," as ho termed them. Of course each of AT A DISTANCE. Dreamt of Inventors \Mw> Have llellrved Tliey Coaid Win Wealth by the Cmuprettlouaf Air—Leonard lleukle't IMant For Cieneratlog Electricity at Niagara. It wm thotucccM of Joseph Cowles of Rochester in tumtii* th'* weight of the water of the "lower Tails" of Iha Gene-. , seo Into electricity by tho uso of turbine ! ‘£cse vessels won d ho full of air before wheels, so placed at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 March 1894

' • ■ 'V The Columbian.l^ 4 ofboo,,k,Um K "‘! unrnsn ASDruBLisuED -nr —* JOHN W. PACE!. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, by mail: n.roo Dt'llnr. l^rTrur lo nny I’. O. A.Mr.— If I>ld in A.lvon<0 $JJO l- r \ Sil Months In niivancc, M- ’ 1 Tfirtv Hnnlli*. In ndmiw-e. :■ 1 ’.nit-. Smulpcopic in enni*. Tin: Colcvuiax invites' its ami friends to send items of 11 feffnrdinK improvoments, and oeeurreucm wliieh are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Cou-msi is. Columbia Falls, Mont. EXTKKED AT C0M7MB1A FALL'* POATOrriVK SETOXD CL.VA* V ML MATTER. I’ltOTKC FKl) liAlltlli. Tito tariff controversy is a most entangled net, when one conies to loolt at it. McKililoyitos talk of high Wages—in fact, that is the only claim they make for the bill.. But now and then the workmen in these pro- patrons | tooted factories come to the front .11 kinds | with a “horrible example" of Mc- Kinloyism. Here, for instance, is a sample: New Yosk, Feb. 15. —A strike of m...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 March 1894

HUtorical Sooisty \ too'Want leaping Matter V the Hlehest Grade, at a Price within the Reach of All. You ehould at Once Investigate the Book Offer made by The Columbian. s i : 1 I i i « THE FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTA MBIAN. OF THE PEOPLE. Prints the News wll Favor, and Is Read In of Flathead County. It I Essentials. : URSDAY, MARCH 8, 1894. NUMBER COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF- COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L.C. Trent, _ : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United State* and Europe. A General Banking Busineeg Transacted. "Win. RKA.X), Cashier. THE PUT OH RECORD. The Bland Seigniorage Bill raws the House ami the Politicians Voted or Dodged. A Hmlgrl of Very lutrrwllH* Sews From Ills Nsllim'. roUltrsl *d<! trsl.Isllrr Outer. BEE HIVE STORE Wo will sell vou at low p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 March 1894

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Bort Evans was in town Tuesday. Free! Tlio seed catalogue of L. L. May & Co., St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Geddes, ot Knli»l<el. were in town Friday. Eugene Fence was a visitor to the temporary county seat this week. A. Y. Lindsey returned on Tuesday from a business irin to Missoula, via Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. D. Haskill and Mrs. McCarthy and sons visited Kalispel Saturday. . J. F. O’Meara, Grant Swauoy, Judd Powers and Poto Owens wore among the Sunday arrivals at the Gaylord. The pnpulists held a meeting at Bad Rock school house on the east side Monday night, which was well attended. Manager William Read, of the Improvement company, returned on Tuesday from a visit to Missoula and Spokane. Quite a number of dancers of this city are arranging to go to the masquerade ball at Boston's hall Friday night. C. F. Fullerton was out among his friends Tuesday for the first time in nearly three months. Ho is rapidly improving in health. George Chilson, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 March 1894

MAKINGMAPLE SUGAR IN DAYS GONE BY IT WAS OFTEN MIXED WITH ROMANCE. (■These Modern Times IU Msnnfacture Is ,C»rrled on onSelentlfle Idnes. In Aeeord■nce With the Spirit of the Ace, by the Aid of 2io End of Patented Contrlrnncee. "It seems to mo,” said the bo;-811111161 one day Into hi February, “Giat.the sap ought to begiu to run in u few days." And bo looked at the sky with a critical eye and whistled a bar or two of "Bonny Doon" softlytlo himself. “Jnet let the sun come outHvarm and bright for a few days," he wtut on, "with a northwest wind and good sharp frosts at night, and we'll go to work ih the sugar hush." These remarks filled the boy's heart with joy. He was a New England boy, and ho knew that during the sugar season the grove of maples known as the sugar bush that covered the first gentle OATHEBIXO SAP. ■lope of the round topped hill back of the farmhonso was a good place to be in —that is, for a boy old enough to have fon, but not old enough to bear a band at the hard work...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 March 1894

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: 1 Six Month*, i& advance. J1 Ttnw Month*, in ndraneo. 7J CooU. i its patr and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvomeiits, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The ChLcdUAN, Columbia Falla, Mont. KMTKUD AT COLUMBIA FALLS FOSTOmCK AS SECOMD CLASS MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISINO DILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 18M. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Readers of The Columbian are Invited to write the news of their localities. We want the Social. Per•onal and General Nows of every part of Flathead County. If you see a statement that Is Incorrect, don't go around kicking at the paper, but sit right down and write the facts. Always sign your name—not for publication, but simply that the editor may know the Informant. Any patron of this paper may. to the extent of a half-column, present his views on questions of the hour. Silver 59J. Montana has gold enough, if it is mined, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 March 1894

g 1 ?otr waitp rsaptno Matter oT the Hlshcet araae. r.t n PrlOO Within the Beach ol All. You ahould ot-Onco Invostlsate the Book Otter made by Tho- Columbian. : j, ! : i : = • ' THE COLUMBIAN. OF Prints the Nows • Pavor. and l» Bend In of Flathead County. It 1 Essentials. • : , FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1894. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPp. COLUMBIAFALLS. Columbia .Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. . A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. RKAI^T7a*hior. THE BEE HIVE STORE We will sell you at low - prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT TARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call and look over our stock and get our prices. IXXHl) HR09. Columbia Falls. , - - - Moutn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 March 1894

GOOD RAILROAD NEWS. f of Kslispol was S. Geor came down from Sunday on a businoss trip. Charlea W. Morrill of Holt was in tie city Monday on a business visit. Mrs. J. W. Walker on Thiimday • entertained a few friends at E. J. Clason, a travolinp man from St. Paul, was soiling goods boro Tuesday. E. C. O’Don Mil, wife and daughter were registered at the Gaylord on Saturday. H. Hunter departed Tuesday for Spokane after a ten days visit with F. W. Downer. D. F. Smith, and C. F. Sully were in the temporary county seat on business last Monday. The babies of D. F. Smith and C. H. Poss were christened yesterday by Father van de Ven. James Thompson, a property owner here, has returned from a jaunt during which ho visited California and Mexico. Rev. H. J. van de Ven has been assigned to the Catholic work in the Flathead valley, and was in town Monday. Shipments of lumber are being made from this city to the Blackfoot agency. A contract for 600,000 feet is being filled. Cottoleno or Rexoleno ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 March 1894

^PIONEER REFOEMER ■ , *. - NATIONAL TRIBUTE TO THE VENERABLE NEAL DOW. A Convention of Tempenuioo goclotles at Now York Witt Celebrate the Ninetieth Birthday of the rather of Prohibition. Neal Dow'e Vlyorona Old Aye. ' puumea to mcraao ngnosties as wen as Chrifitinng of all denominations—Jews. Buddhists and nil other sorts of religionists. Its first meeting was held in Bricklayers’ ball, and fora time its services will bo held there every other Sunday. The preachers will lie yolnuteers from the various liberal Christian and Jewish pul- The ninetieth birthday of General Neal Dow, the apostle of prohibition, which comes on March 20, will bo celebrated in New Yotlc city by a big national convention of temperance societies, at which the gonenil has promised to be present and make an address. General (5. O. Howard. U. S. A., another famous eon of the Pino Tree State, who is cow president of the National Temperance society, will also address the convention. Many of the temperance societie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 March 1894

V.Wv oro of iutorest to Uie i Flathead. Addrew all Toe Coujmbun, Columbia Falls, Mont. at cqctnnu yXEu ro^romcs BTCOSD CLAM »AII. MATTKE-^ ALL ADVERTISING RILLS PAVABLK THE 1ST OF RACD MONTH THUKSDAY, MARCH S, UNIMPORTANT NOTICE. Readers of The Columbian ore ffhvltedto write the nows of their localities. We want the Social. Poreonnl and General Nows of ovory part of Flathead County. Ifyoueoo a statement that Is Incorrect, don’t *0 around klcklns at tho paper, but elt right down and wrlto N the facts. Always sign your name—not for publication, but simply that the editor may know the Informant. Any patron of this paper may. to tho ox‘tent of a half-column, present his views on questions of tho hour. Silver men should stand together. Cleveland's views. Ho may veto tho uro, but it is not probable. If he bos tho perception credited to him ho will sco that silver is gaining friends too rapidly to bo put down by a presidential veto. Bland made a splendid fight and jn it. He is ready for an...

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