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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 August 1894

Hwloiiod Society THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST ‘I, \m. 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, JamcH A. Talbotl, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. 0. Trout. : Butt«, Mt. ‘ Butte, Mt. : But to, Mt. Butte; Mt. : Salt. Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States an 1 Euroi>o. A General Banking Business Trans■ctod. ; ~ -Win. Coahler. THE BEE HIVE! STORE. | imauau WE SELL AT LOW PRICES ‘ L HARDWARE, STONEWARE, | CROCKERY, TINWARE. | 3 Wooden Ware, ; Glass Fruit Jars, | Kitchen Utensils, ^ Lamps, Etc. b t ononan It Call and Look Over Our {;; Stock and Get Prices. [j 3133909 - bi NEXT TO P. O, I Columbia Falls, Montana, b Srnr.rr.rrrr.r.r.r rrrrrr rrrrrr.t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, orncEs: KblNUAN BLOCK. ( 0:1)0 to 10:30a.m. 0PP10R HOURS 2:30 to 4^)0 p.m. . / TiOOtoSOO p.m. Residence: Kennedy A...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 August 1894

OF THE WEEK. by Cora A. Laeuger. T. .J- O’Afoara of Knlispol was n Sunday visitor in Columbia Falls. J. \V. Bassolt has roturnod to Chicago. after two weeks spent in this city. A party of eastern people are enjoying the beauties of McDonald toko. Mr. Llewellyn', a mining export, was in the city several days this week. Lou. Hague, of the lower east side, has been in the city several days this week. , Mrs. Mary Miuich returned to Columbia Fulls after a protracted visit in Helena. Major Baldwin, the always welcome exponent of trne blue democracy and tariff reform, was in town Saturday. Dressmaking, cutting and fitting by Cora A. Laeuger. H. C. Keith and Lou Switzer, of the Montana Mercantile company, wore in town Sunday. Frank C. Gormeiy roturnod yesterday from a month’s trip through the northern part of Flathead county. Winter is coming. You can re coivo Tut Columbian and the Cosmopolitan magazine both one year for $3.25. The members of the Bad Bock band wont on a berrying expedition ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 August 1894

willmi hiRlit mill P'liiml vf tho wovm T\ TEXTS TJY TTTF, SEA ,,|nt ' > :lt ceuwle.wly'ou <ho Pliom r.f I.> J 111, N , wJtIMV . T i„ t ,^,1 no thought of tliu uiacultuilo ib which llio uicctiura OCEAN GROVE THE WORLD FAMOUS. 0lat ri . IO follow thcso of that year METHODIST CAMP MEETING. i would attain. There was no plan in Much Unlike Lump Meeting* of More l*rlmUlvr Time* und l’l*c**s It HrM^mblrs Tlit-m In the Fervor of 1U Love Fra*t«* The New Autlltoriuui. A uum with a fringo of whito whiskers on hU chin und a woman who , wore prnnolln shoosstopiKd from a rail- 1 under which camp uieetlu); that should attain first national and thou almost worldwide fame. Their only thought was that they had found a pleasant camp grouud, and i they bailt rough boils of piue boughs for their nightly rest and pitched a cegI tiiil tent larger than any of tho other* latnro mid the roustiniunuiu C0ir.\.. lion. Early in the present csnitnry Judge (Jrosscup's ancestor* mov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 August 1894

111 m hi a n fW 41 in n «’n»pimcv. beonuso the • J U 111 Ul<111. rai |roa(l officials are not on trial, b»t I it will be difficult for the morale citizen, who 1 than in law. believes more in justicb -» ,,Fi/tur^^g»d why .a foieral court should refuse light on this great question between labor and capital. From the rulings of those federal [judges on motions in the Debs oiatTjtk Colcsohn invites its patrons j ter it is apparent that tho'conrt will * •- ii« (u wnd items of al! kinds ; ,. J11S „, OT its dutv (1 onc when it has ’oM^en'st r^io -^ in convicting Debs of some of the Flathead. Address all j heinous offense—just what doos not to The Colvjibun, ] matter, so long ns he is cinched for Columbia Falls. Mont. | M , in( ,|hiug. xiLCMni ro> « n»T,.rr:. r ,» i The attomovs for the A. H. 1. are NKTON’D CLAUS » U KVEJi HEAVES Won.DN’T IF). WIimi w,. tia**- fair M.'ntlM'r, ThaauaV to.. Imt; IVlisn tin cloud* act honey. Too much rain wc'vo (tjI l_ Amt tliomrh yoti'il...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 August 1894

THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1894. NUMBER COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. IBLACK WILL MNfi : OK Twelve Good Men and True Find Him Guilty of Murder in the First Degree. COLUMBIA FALLS. Full Report of the Testimony olHhe Various Vntnesses in the Celebrated Case. Columbia Falls, Mont. OOT LESS THAN TWO HOORS DIRECTORS: A. J. DnviH, Janies 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 States an.t Europe. A General Banking Business Transaeted. Wm. ItlO.VO. Cuahli'c. TITTC \m HIYE^ 1 STORE. I •j jjujmi WE SELL AT LOW PRICES £ 3 HARDWARE, STONEWARE, £ 1 CROCKERY, TINWARE. 1 | Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, ^ | Kitchen Utensils, b Lamps, Etc. ^ 3 rnrr.rr t ^ Call and Lx>ok Over Our ^ 5 Stock and Get Prices. £ jjjjaj r4 NEXT TO P. O. | Columbia Falls, Montana, u arrv’rr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 August 1894

OF THE WEEK 1 OanKner whs in town Friilav ’ 'awlSatnrdaf ntibpo-.-iaing witn •»«.». DrossnuikitiK l>y G>m A. I.at ugor. j ■» tha Black «u». A. K. I’ilr\mmo i* hark fmil n >i'it Ui-orp' Stono of Knlixpcl was in j,,, ||„, on ,( s i,|,. 0 f (|„. moiintnins, (own WTlKwIav.^ uhnv !ic> lias h.>.Mi forsr>vcral iiHinths. J. q. MrLoaa, lb« Miniit>a|>oli» : Mr*. I’hillips l.ulhrr of Mr., li. Itrarolinj; man, was m town Tuesilny. j Harwood, arrived Tnnr.silay evonin^ Miss Daisy Ramwlell il'imrlisi on from I'lamlrrau. S l>. and will nWednesday for Tneonm wln ro she main some time on a visit to her daughter. '* Bill -Murphy, who took a cayuso will visit her siste Patti Rosa, the well known soubrette. dies! at Boston. She was the wife of John Dunne. belonging to \V. J. Martin at Half Moon, received a sentence of one year - ... — . | in the penitentiary and to pay a fine A twelve pound assistant agen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 August 1894

OUR REGULAR ARMY. ITS EFFECTIVE FORCE IS RATHER MORE THAN TWENTY THOUSAND. In C«ir of Trouble Trn Thoiuud Would IK Needed to Gnnrd Gorernment ITo|»erly. The Mntlonn! Gnnnl-Genernl Sehoflrl.l, the t'oinmnodlnc Ollleer. There has been ranch talk of lato about the retfiilar nrmy of the United States and thu national Kuard of the wiveral states. The array is a little one, but, as the jieoplo believe, a good one. It narabereall told, iucladingengiueere, reerniting parties, hospital service, etc., less than SO, 000 men. There are 10 cavalry regiments with 432 officers and 0,050 men, five artillery regiments with 280 officers anil 3,075 men, 25 infantry regiments with 877 officers and 18,125 men, engineer battalion, hospital service, Indian jaonts. West Point cadets, signal corps Ad general service, in which there arc 507 officers and 4,142 men, n total of 20,148. Of this total aboat 20,. 000 may properly bo spoken of as fight ing men, but this does not mean that the entire 20,000 could bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 August 1894

c Co%mbiiin. •MXBO A«Drt’M.I*m o ■« JOHN W. PAOE OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: _j per jrax to an* I*. O. AddreM. draaooUSO per Year, in ntiyance fl ia advance. 71 Cent*. THE CINCH ON GENTILES spflnks (In* sontlmf'nts of (In' piv^ilo tyhpn il I'.vini'ss.'H lliniiks in flu' manager for (l.o .•onsi.lnralion, Tlu'.j|„ n , r „ l|h A |, fact (lint Flat head valley is eatable j ir^i a,,,! Mniy r.ui of supplying a good shipping trade i i! m i Thnigs. is known to >fr. Footner, as by pp i its pair and friends to scud items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls. Mont. KXTOKD AT COLCNHA TAI.LS rg»TO»TICE AS tETOXD CLAHH MAtl* MATTK1. ALL ADVERTISING RILLS I'AVAHLK THE 1ST OF »ni MONTH. . THUKSDAY, AUGUST II, 1SSH. Some men who don't believe half they hear, believe all they say. The -republicans of Wyoming arc afraid to declare for silver coinage. The latest strike is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 August 1894

THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH TEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2:i, 1894. NUMBER 34. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL 1 RESOURCES THAN ANY. CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OK : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : ■Tamos A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trout, But to, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn ou Principal Cities of the United States an.l Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. • Win. IIIOAD. doaOiior. luzmuuuawjuaaaaaawji THE STORE. 3 ■JMtua-j m -j WE SELL AT LOW PRICES Sj HARDWARE. STONEWARE, t 3 CROCKERY. TINWARE, £ 3 Wooden Ware, / a * 3 Glass Fruit Jars, i 1 Kitchen Utensils, t; Lamps, Etc. £ rrr.r.nr. •J'JJJUJ .i T I n | Call and Look Over Our C| Stock and Get Prices. 1 I a I NEXT TO P. O, l 1 Columbia Falls. Montana, fc a c SamvautaBBiiK r. rrrnr. rx\ rrr. r. l PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow. offices: KLINGAN BLOCK. (9-30 to 10-^Oa.m. OFFICE HOURS ' to 4KX) p.m. / 7.00 t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 August 1894

F THi; WHFK.! DrwHpiakin^ by <'ora A. I-nojigor. A. LiudgrgiaOu of ,S». Paul was in John Bo run rotuniwl from a lri|) to James F. Vogt, county dork, was at Belton fishing Sunday. ■Toecph Nott of Crystal, N. I)., is tho guest of C. F. Laueger. ^'ails, base rate $3.50, Tato Pass A. E. Purvinuoe returned to Bolt Sunday morning for an indefinite stay. - John Wiuolaud is in the city from Atlanta whore he is at present stationed. Dr. and Mrs. Morrow enjoyed the fishing at Belton for a day or two this week. George Major of the Helena L in the city for a Inten Mr. and Mrs. X. Willoughby, Mr and Mrs. J. F.. Lewis. Mrs. Foster, tho Misses Sellman and Willoughby, and R. Willoughby are at Swan Lake this week. _ ^ Dr. Bullard, the export who examined the blood stains on Black’s clothing, wont to Helena on Sunday. Ho is grand medical examiner of the A. O. U. W. and as the Grand lodge meets on Tuesday he had to make a flying trip. It is not likely that ho will be recalled. Feed on tho B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 August 1894

AMID ARCTIC PERILS EARLY SEARCHERS FOR THE LONG ELUSIVE NORTHWEST PASSAGE. Ro»«. 1'rmry ami Mr John Franklin. Who IVrUhrd In the Ice—The Kipedltlone That Went to FlaU Hlm-Fame,Hot Coniuicrcc. Now Ksplorm* Motive. Never befaro lu the history of the World, to jadfio from the number of expeditious iu tho field and the aiuomit of monos invoded in their outfitting, has thero'beeu such general and gcuninc interest in arctic erplorntiou tut at the present time. And yet tho moving impulse behind tho polar search parties headed by Wellman, Peary, Nansen, Jackson and all tho rest is solely tho desire to find out some new geographical fact. Of coarse conpled with Ahis is tho perfectly uatnrul and Inudatm hope of famo and gain from loot ares and pnb : kii: Jons ito-s, Mention, but there i~ no great commercial motive at all, whereas tho early voyagers* with in tho northern circle of front all went seeking for that olnsivo northwest water passage across North America, through which ships, onco it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 August 1894

Columbian. JOHN W. OF SUBSCRIPTION, •y mail: > per year to nnr P, 0. per Year. Thk Columbus invitiw its imlnms riohdfl to send Homs of nil kinds improvements, and oecur- interest to tlie Address all , The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. regarding improvement, reuces nbick are of in people of the Flathead, letters to The Cc kxtkbed at coLVaiuA r.u.ui rairorricK SECOND CLAM MAIL MATTES. i^-UE ALL ADYBRT1SINCI MILLS PAYABLE 1ST ofSCACH MONTH. THUKSDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1««. THE HOME MARKET. Without appearing premature Tue Columbian desires to remark that never in thehistory of Montana or the west were there such yields of grain and hay as appear.tliis year. The Flathead valley will load any section of the country in its yield per acre of wheat, oats, hay and potatoes. Every farmer will haven grand product, and the only qinstion is the market. So far, the Columbia Fulls flouring mill has bought thousands of bushels of wheat at a time when no other concern in the county would flak ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 August 1894

HiiAoxical Society r FOURTH YEAR. FHE COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1894. NUMBER 36. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Oolumbia 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. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States ani Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Wm- KKAD, Cnabler. THE I im HIVE ] STORE. n u'jjjiiv WE SELL AT LOW PRICES | HARDWARE. STONEWARE. 3 CROCKERY, TINWARE, | Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, | Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rrjr.rr.n | Call and Look Over Our 3 Stock and Get Prices. NEXT TO P. O, J Columbia Falls, Montana. £ iBnccKBrnrr.nr.rnrrrrrnrrrrw PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, omcES: CLINGAN BLOCK. Residence: Kennedy Addition. COLUMBIA FALLS. - MONT. D. F. SMITH, Attomey-at- LaW, BOECBB FIRE INSURANCE. • Money to Loan on Ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 August 1894

* mmm u\ . l u Ou Saiur.iay, Au^. -BaiaHiv'ii >1 n,r<JY. | am j f^ ran m || aiidn-ia/n popnli^t \ g by Can A. T. V. Hsiloy of siri’aul w*< at the Gaylord this week. HolliogKWortb hay faktw. '20 tooth, S£t, Tato Poss A Co. J. A. Walkor of Don to r in on the books of the Gaylord. Mias Ellen Greer has returned from a risit to Crystal. X. D. Mrs. M. E. Gilmore of Butte is a guest of the Hotel Gaylord. H. M. Rogers of Sau Francisco registered at t he Gaylord on Tuesday. J. P. Hall of billow City. X. D, was a guest of the Gaylord on Mon- day. Pat Walsh and Charley Miller left for Uio North Fork owl fields Inst Saturday. D. A. Thetge, assistant state boiler inspector, is greeting old Columbia Falls friends. Hood's pills are the best after-din-ner pUls, assist digestion, cure headache. 26e. a box. Vera Smith, Frank Langford and Ralph Ramsdell left for t he Tobacco Plains country on Tuesday. Mrs. Nat Collins of Choleau arriTed on last night's train. She will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 August 1894

AGAIN A FREE WOMAN. Harriet HnblMtnl Ayer Kmertres from Hie I’rivKte SHiiitnrlnui for rlie Insane at Brookville. A Noted Authoress Accused cf TryIncr to Poison Her While Actinaas Governess to Her DauBhter--A Checkered Career Which Is Not Yet Ended by Any Moans. Once more Mrs. Harriot Hubbard \ Ayer, who spent a year in Dr. Grmi- . ger'a private sanitarium for the insane, at Brookville, N. Y., has been declared sane. Justice Truax, of the supremo court, has signed an order discharging Alfred Bishop Mason as the commUteo of her person and estate, and Testoring Mrs. Ayer to all her property rights ns a sane woman. She was adjudged a lunatic in March, 1893, and when she appeared before tljo sheriff’s jury was in n pitiable condition. She wept and gave incoherent answers to questions. The doctors said she was afflicted with melancholia and had delusions of many kinds. She heard voices iu the air and she imagined persons . wore trying to kill her. While at Dr. Granger’s her expenses were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 August 1894

olumbian.f uot dou« its duty to /io meu wio .uma' X TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY MAII.: r to any I*. O. Aildrc*». J«|ior Ymt. i. ia atUmicc, 7A (VnU. The Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. EMTESr.n AT COLVWBH *r.cosn clash! FALLS FOSTOmCE iwi. Uattu. • ALL ADVEBT1SIN0 BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. 1WH. Ex-Speaker Feed wittily said last week: “This congress does not seem to have sense enough to adjourn when it is done. It wants to expire by heart failure." General Weaver, erstwhile pillar of the populist faith, has been nominated for congress by a democratic convention in eastern Iowa. That is “bobsmithing" with a vengeance. The interior department has promulgated uew rules governing the Yellowstone park. This is all very well, ao far as it goesTbut what Ts most needed is a r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 September 1894

HWotWI Siv'0' FHE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER (5, 1894. NUMBER 35. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. .1. Davis. : Jamos A. Talljott, .1. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Alt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States ani Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. READ. Coahler. aBoaoDgstaaBKaaBanaaBaanBa | THE I a a 3 BEK HIVE i STORE. WE SELL AT LOW PRI« K* HARDWARE, STONEWARE. CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, Kitchen Utensils, 71 71 71 I § a 3 3 l I l .i rrrrrr: T: 3 Call and Look Over Our | ij Stock and Get Prices. ^ ; s-Jimn e * T i>-nnn Lamps, Etc. b NEXT TO P. O. Columbia Falls. Montana. arrrrrr.rnr.rrr.r.nrrr.r.ceirrrrt PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, offices: CLINGAN BLOCK. Residence: Kennedy Addition. COLUMBIA FALLS, - MO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 September 1894

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Dmswakiug l>y Cora A. Laeugor. County Treasurer A. J. King was in the city Vostonlay on official busiScott X. Sanford. Shakespearian republican of Kalispcl, was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Edwards admired the glories of Lake McDonald last Sunday. Miss Goueviovo Burnham, of Helena, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jno. W. Paw. E.S. Johnson, representing George R. Newell & Co.. Minneapolis, was in the city last weclc George E. I *11 ley of Coldwater, Mich., was in the city last week, looking over farm lands. E. S. Sutton, representing the Walter A. Woods Harvester Co., was in town the other day. The Flathead/Jbunty Teachers - Assooiation will meet at the tem|K>rVQ' county seat tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. George Major departed on Saturday for Helena, after a visit of several weeks in Flathead. Arno J. Chapman, who assisted on Tue Coumbian during the editor’s absence, returned to his Holt ranch Tuesday morning. J. E. Thompson, a railroa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 September 1894

\ TN THE BERRY PATCH THOSE WHO PASS ITS BOUNDARIES MUST "DRESS ACCORDIN." In Sonic Localities 11 IsTfl mxMM J to Watch Ont I*or Snake*-It U Not Alwaf* the Ilcst Looklni; Berrien* Who Gather Mo*t rmit. Ever go black berrying? No? Then yoh have missed one of the most ulivcniug espcriencerf of lifu. Everybody who lived iu the village called '‘TileHook" or anywhere in its neighborhood 20 years ago u.<cd to go blnekbetrying at this season of the year, and tho descendants of those who lived there then are probably, many of them, pick- a PAitrr Or r.Er.nv ncKEns. hig blackberries at this nioufeut—that in, if you are reading iu tlie daytime and on a weekday—from the thorny bashes that grow in the half cleared, uncultivated tracts to be found on the slopes of tho hills cast and west of the village and in tho narrow shallow valleys beyond tho brows of those hills and - a mila or-two away. 4‘Tho Hookers,” as tho inhabitants of that hlesicd village nsed to be called, were wont to go ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 September 1894

The Coluubiax invites its natro and friends to send items of ail kinds regarding improvements, and oeournmcea wnich are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. r-XTiaiSD AT COLCHSIA FALLS FOSTeKTlCK AS . SETOXO CLASS MAIL MATTLK. . AIL ADVERTISING glLLS PAVAKLE THE 1ST OK EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, AUGUST :t0. 1891. In every state but ours jiolitics will be warm. Hero it will lie hotter than—Yuma. September .'1 is Labor Day- a holiday in Montana. It is a day on which wo must not labor. Flathead will sell her food products where the working men live. Every man knows where that is. The |>eaceful man will soon be compelled to arise in the night and throw the bootjack at the ixjlitical tomcats. John McMurray's Anaconda Recorder promises to blossom into a red hot aggressive paper, worthy of the support of Deer Lodge county. The pigs in the clover, the 18-15-14, and other puzzles have been solved by many, *** e politic®!...

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