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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 December 1894

Historical Society C THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DEC EMBER 27, 1894. NU 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. Gavlord, B. Tibbey : LI C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawirxjjb Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wxn. IIKAD. Cnablor. THE l 3 n | J ? - l STORE. umaiau WE SELL AT LOW PRICES HARDWARE. STONEWARE, 3 CROCKERY. L - TINWARE. I | Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, i g Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rrrrr.r 3 Call and Look Over Our =| Stock knd Get Prices. 3 'UJiiziOu 9 B YOUNC DAVIS MAD. Percy.F. Davis. Well Known aud Well Liked ill Helena. Sleets Death in a Mine. Charley Jmi'« lla^ llrtlrr lairk M Ul. Secmnl Trlal-.Ww. from Viirlmm Sill o Points . I Percy F. Davis, son of Samuel K. Davis, the wetl-known mining b...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 December 1894

WS OF THE WEKK. John WoightniBD, I he kapp>- livery man of Kalis|)e], was in town last week. ' j Rpud ; tlit> aunounpemeul of F. W. Downer oii this page. It will in- terest you. \ Main & Co. have a holiday announcement on page 3. Head it. V - John C. Leonard returned,.to his home in Tobacco Plains after a week's visit in this valley. Louis Fehlberg, the well known east aider, was in town Friday completing proof on his homestead. Saturday was divorce day in Butte. Six decrees wore issued by the courts, and the judges did not get half through. Wm. E. Headings, representing (|f tbp ( , nnw VO A tuwsxrwln Sifaniltml V\tm in foiVIl ... BAM, AND OYSTER SUPPER. laua.n..]City Lodge A. 0. U. \Y. Will 0:15p.m. Give Its Initial Kutci-tainuicut. - The membership of the A. O. I'. \V. order iu Columbia Falls has boon quietly increasing, until Falls CityLodge No. 43 feels that it js on a solid footing ns ono of the fraternal societies of the valley. The lodge has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 December 1894

FOR Till*; FARMERS A fruit .Ktoxvor of oonsidorablo cxperienco in (bis .state, .lamc-s 1’erkias, of Door Lodge valley, tells The Husbandman that ho pcrfors to havp young fruit trojs intended for transplanting in the spring, dug up before tho ground freezes in tho full and then “healed in” until spring. He finds that healing in or covering of trees is highly advantageous to them. For a number of years ho has plan tori out a fow truss every spring, and whetherVho stock cama from the nursery in tho^pring or the full, ho has invariably plftqad them in fresh dugpits and covered them with earth, and he has scarcely lost a half dozan trees in as many years. Ho is so im Tbe Northern Vrnlw, IXrr I*IctorrM|n€* Cannla. Her llmi.m Halit Upon Pile* anil Her Tr«*a*iirr* of Old Dalrli Art- Hullt Upon Land Wrrmted Prom th«* Ocean. The great saecess of the World's CoIninblanexiKJsitiouHcoins to have iuoculated tlio peoples of tho eartb with the world's fair fever. It inspired tho California Midwinte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 December 1894

The Columbian OttKIDAVDl-UDLUlIlil) BT JOHN W. FACE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Three Dollar* per rear to any P. 0. Ad.lrre*. If raid In Ail ranee Af-jO per rear. Hix Mnntli*. in adranre, ll-M. Three Month*. In adrance, iS t.onla. Sinale eopiea 10 cent*. 'The Colomoian invites its patrons and friends to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are Of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all [otters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, , Mont. RXTCRItn AT COLOMBIA BALLS FOSTOrrlCE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTKE. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, DEC. 20. 18iM. ful year of ’Ninety-four and turn with hope and courage to its promising successor. The incoming county commission ors will be called upon to administer a banknipt estate. Jt is reported that the oil trust is trying to swallow the sugar trust. It is a case of dog eat dog. Let us pray for both canines. ft could lie Judge Hoideman; it might bo Judge Grubb; it may...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 January 1895

. Hutoricr.1 Society Hlttorlcal Society of Montaa^ 5875 THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1895. NUMBER 1. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. 33 .A. IN"; KI OX 1 ’ COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Dnvis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trout, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities •of the United States an.l Europe. A General Banking Businass Trans- acted. Win. ItlEAD, Ciwliior. qzamnauzwjjj'ju-Jj'j'juuuazL rH k BEE HIVE f STORE. awjan WE SELL AT LOW PRICES HARDWARE, STONEWARE, CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Glass FmTtfJars.T Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. r.r.nr.rr. Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. L' L! W e l: u L a L.' L ■ E 6 5 E L U L L U L' 5 fc B t n cnrr.r.r rr.r.rrr r.rnr.rr bbeoube a WJSIUU'J '1 NEXT TO P. O, Columbia Falls, Montana. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 January 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEK. L. Nelsou pi SUeldon was m tow on Wednesday/ C. ^ Hnrrigan is homo from Butlo on a visit to his family. Mrs. RatiWo is at Holt, this wook, tho guest of ihe. Grnybeal. J. A. Potorsou, of Kalispol, came up Christmas to—to attend tho dance. Mr. and Mrs. .7ns. Holloi^went to X. T. and L. R. Conklin, of the lower valley, wore Christmas visitors in Columbia Falls. Road tho announcement of F. \V. Downer on this page. It will in- terest you. Miss Antoinette Bourko spent Christmas at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Chapman, Holt. The Fire Department of Kalispol sent a beautiful invitation to tho Columbia Falls Firemen to a ball do l>e given New Year's Eve. Main & Co. have a uouncement on page 8. holiday nn- Read it. Mr. and Mrs. Haskill, Miss Haskill, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. McCarthy and Mrs. Vanderveer took in the delights and otherwise of Knlispel on Thurs- day last. Tho county commissioners meet on Friday and Saturday of next week to check up the accounts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 January 1895

- h'i f' THE NAVY’S FIRST ADMIRAL. ' Rhode Island to Erect a Statue to Eaek Hopkins, Whom Concreu Censured. ‘ Esek Hopkins, tho'first commander in ehief of tlio United' States navy, and who was censured by courtcss and dismissed from tbo service, is soon to bo immortalized in brom-.o by the people of Rhode Island. Ho was bom near 6citu-^®“ ccl ‘ ate, R. L, April 20. 1718, and gained u ' u “ considerablo experience ns a privateer f“'£ r5 ’ during tbo seven years’ war, when ho captured a Spanish vessel and renamed her tbo Desire in honor of his wife. When the Revolution began, congress on Dec. 22, 1775, appointed him com- mander in chief of tho flpot. One of the first lieutenants attached to this fleet was John Paul Tones. Commodoru Hopkins' pay for occupying a position in the navy equaling that of General George Washington was the sum of $125 a month. He was officially called commodore and admiral, and his principal claim to fame is the fact that ho was the first admiral of • the nav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 January 1895

Columbian. I AMD |*VIU.IM>IKI TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY MAIL.* TbrM Dollura per |W to any V. O. AdHr^JiluTO h The Colcvoun invites its patrons and friends to send items of all ki kinds regarding improvemokts, and occurrences whicli are of ihtorost to the people of the Flathead. 'Address nil letters to The CoiximiAN, Columbia Falls, Mont. ESTsnsn it roi.rum> vu.is rosTomcK.AS •n-nsu CLASH mail h itter. AI.L ADVEBT1SIN0 BILUS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. DEC. 27. 18&i. The path of toughness leads but to the noose. It was a Merry Christmas. Let’s have a Happy New Year. The senatorial fight is getfing interesting. It is brains vs. boodle at the present moment. j It is reported that the gout has gone from the president, tiout is distinctively a goldbug malady, aud wo are glad to see the president get rid of it. One hour after^the execution of C. J. Black The Colombian extras were on the streets, and within five to six hours Holt, Croston aud ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 January 1895

• .V.>'o FIFTH YEAR. THE COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1895. Hiitorto*] SooJety .!*.imij!<>') ‘>ii’ — NU' MBER 2. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falla, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. But to, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States an.I Europe. A General Banking Business Transactod. Win. READ, Cashier. s uvaziaa aziaaua aaaaaaaaaaaac I 1 a H i a a a a S a TUB] \m HIVE! STORE. UBBUBK WE SELL AT LOW PIUCES 3 3 5 a a i T A HARDWARE. STONEWARE, i CROCKERY. TINWARE. | Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, g Kitchen Utensils, g Lamps, Etc. g rnr.rrri Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. WJZJUU MONTANA'S YEAR. The State Produces Wealth as Well as a Few Events that arc Not Worth Crowimr About. A Siuumso' of the IIit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 January 1895

TABLE- »KalU....JaO«. id. iFoU»....6:Uium. 3U mlnulM bofani Train Time. ‘IBS. iJM :s:r- TTNIGUTO OF I K Mmt* E.cry VUUin* UcnilH-n. ... LODGE NO. 43.I Kvviiinc nt I. O. O. K. Invilod to attend. . WlLIXltKIlIIIY, N. (I. .. OF LABOltTvSSKUHI.Y NO. Wl. Kvorr Oilier Saturday Kveninc. of flit* Order aro Welcome. Vf ETHODIST KPISt'OI'AL CHURCH- SKRTice Krcrr Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7 in p. m. Snnday Scbool at 1L Viaitor* cordially (nrited. R. WRENII. 1’aator. rtATHOLIC CHI'HCII SERVICES AT ST. Cliailc* Church on Second and Fourth Sundaya of each montli. Kkv. II. J. van nr Vkx. Tj'PWOKTII LE.\(IUKS—SENIOR LRVIIUK X j meets Sunday nt II n. in. Juninr Ix.aaue meets Sunday nt 3 n.iu. All invited. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk nnd Recorder. M. Tiieuehvlt. County Attorney. Sidnki M. Loo.tx. Clerk of District Court. Aniieeu W. Swanky. County Treasurer. A. J. Ktxo. County Snpt. of Schools, I>. X. Beenabd. County .Vsscaaor. J. R. Utnaox. County Sheriff. H. II. Baedwin. Public Adminis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 January 1895

RIVER NAVIGATION. THE MISSISSIPPI COMMISSION AND THE GREAT WORK IT IS DOING. The Dredging IMnn, the Dike Flau *n«t the Barge Flan -ThIn Laet I* Captain Maaon'a—Hla CrltlcUros of the Coiuml*- . alon and IU Work. It was Captain Mason who was talking, and ns ho talked ho would occasionally look through the window of his nfllco upon tho almost deserted surface of tho Mississippi, almost ns if ho thought tho stream kuow ho wq? talking, about it Captain Mason, it should bo nJwJerstood, is an oOlcial of ono of tho v> few river transportation companies left, with headquarters nt St. Lonis. Not to know him in St. Louis is to bo yourself W'r ~ ~ - W*WA no. X—SHOWING DOTTOU OF IUVKJJ WITH DEEP WATER AND UARS. unknown. When a mere boy, ho began rivof life in tho smallest capacity. As a young man ho worked his way up to be assistant pilot and then pilot, and Inter, when in tho primo of life, ho won tho responsible post of captain. That was when tho river was nt its best, when, no matt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 January 1895

itK natrons alt k Colombian invitos ' to soml items of all kinds provoments, and occuraro of intorost to tko f tho Flathead. Addreso all i to Tun Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. AT COLOMBIA FALLS roSTOFFICE AS 1MCOXD CLAM MAIL MATTES. ALh APVEBTISJNO DILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JAN. 3. 1S55. Blessed are the poor, for bank failures‘do not pester them. Nobody seems te regard Carlisles’ currency scheme as important enough to be "cussed.” Read Tun Columbian this year. You cannot got. tho nows of Flathead Talley any other way. _/ Citizens of Columbia Falls can make a splendid town if they will pull together. Try it. We are really on tho road to economy when tho back-salary grab is stopped. That’s what congress has donoC A number of republicans of Flatbead county have expressed a preference for Mantle and Weed as a senatorial team. By next Monday tho senatorial candidates will hare thinned out and not oret a half dozen aspirants will be seriously considered. English ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 January 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. V <io > ■•m ' f - o t. ,. v- ;> i’ M « Jti: FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1895. NUMBER 3. 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, : : Butte, Mt. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. 0. E. Gavlord, : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbov : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transscted. Win. READ, Cashier. xzizuzazxuuuuuvyj’jazauuaauE 3 THJE s •T a a I .1 b g a y P !? im HIVE! STORE. 1 ■j-jj-juy WE SELL AT LOW PRICES L L L b b ^ HARDWARE. STONEWARE, g 3 CROCKERY. TINWARE, £ | Wooden Ware, j; q Glass Fruit Jars, | 3 Kitchen Utensils, |s q Lamps, Etc. g ^ rnr.r.r.n g a Call and Look Over Our b ^ Stock and Get Prices, g n jjj'jjj b ') b' S NEXT TO P. O, u g Columbia Falls, Montana, g ar.nr.rrr.r,rr.r.r.r.rrr.rrr.r,n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 January 1895

TIME TABLE. (foiu out ...Ira TO Columbia Falk....?*)*. »>. Ovliw treat .. lean.Columbia Folia.. .6 :U p. m. iyMolla cSu*o 3) minutoa bofnro Train Time. . SOCIETIES. 0. O. F.-COLUtiniA LOIMIK SO. lieu Kvery Tuemlny Eu-niiie at 1. O. O. F. VUlUtut member, inritwl t.. nttend. J. M. Hec. N. WiLuiramiv. N. <1. I. 1U11. Vi.il irsitars OF niton .VSSEMBLV so. mi. IV Urau Krcr> Ollier Saturday Eteninu. ViaitUw Ham* ' ' nbera of t lie Order are tVelfome. Vf ETHODIST KFlSCt Jl vice Erery Sunday is in. Sundny ScIuhiI lit inritoi. | EPISCOPAL CHURCH- SKKSundnyntloaia.m. and 7fl> IuhiI lit 11 Vi.itnr. o.rilinlly H. WRESH, Poator. Sunday, of eneb mnnlh. It*v. H. J. v.tx ift: Vex. TAP WORTH I.KAtHJKS—SENIOR LEAGUE Tj meet. Sunday n:6l>.m. Junior Uxuine nueta Sunibty at 3 p.m. .U1 innted. COUNTY OFFICIALS. ^ County Clerk anti Reeordrr. M. T«*«*IACI.V. County Attorney, Sidxet M. Uxiax. Clerk of Diatriot Court. Axdeeu W. Su axet. Countv Treaaurer....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 January 1895

I’HEliElS Fl T .\ AHEAD MANY UNITED STATES SENATORS HUSTLING FOR RE-ELECTION. Yet a little while, nml lli" lejri“lalnreH | of 80 htntca will adilrnr. tbcmvi-lyvi to ! the tank of cleotiiiK UMtel1~S(ati'S I'en- | ntow. Tho toriiiK of 1)0 uit'inbu>B of thu I uiiuer Ikjubo cxnlio on ifnrch :i' l8i)5, I hot electious have nlreaiiy taken place I in five instances, Ucotko I’eahoily Wet- 1 morn having heen chosen in the Jilaco Of DixonRhode Island, (foorgo F. Goar in pWo of Wilson of Iowa, and Benjamin R. <I'llln,:m in place of Batlcr of South CaroVhia, while in Alabama ami Georgia resphmivoly Senators Morgan; and Walsh hav'n been vc-c!oct> d. Tlio 20 remaining am Berry of Arkansas, Caffery of Louisiana, Camden of West Virginia, Carey of WyomiiK, Chandler of New Hampshire, Cukflif Texas, Cullom of Illinois Dolph of Or A.STUIXin IIIOOIXS J.jLUWAItD AUUICKa egon, t’rye of Maine, Harris of Teunes800, Higgins.of Delaware, Hoar of "Massaehnsetts, Huntonof Virgin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 January 1895

The Columbian’ invites its iiBlrous ami friends to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, and oecur- ‘ are of interest to the »Flathead. Address all The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. .... ‘V iHHiplo of the I letters to ESTEBED AT rOl.t’MBIA FALLS POSTOFF1CE sRrese class mail mattes. ALL AOVEUTISlNd BII.US PAYABLE THE 1ST UK EACH MONTH. TJIl'KSDAY, .IAN. 10. 1855. Next Tuesiiny the liumerpus candidates for the United Slates senate will have a remote idea of where they nip “at.” Our crowinfr, brugging contompornries of the temporary county seat are reminded that “pride gooth before a fall.” We respectfully suggest that the four democrats in the house hold a caucus and unite on the Hon. Martin Major McOinniss, bedad. It is sincerely hoped that no accident will happen to the mothers of Judicial District No. 13 while they are enroute to Helena. It also is to be hoped that they can name tho father of the youngster and have him properly punished. Another bank clerk steal#«nakin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 January 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH YEAR COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1895. NUMBER 4. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY OTnNJ’HE PACIFIC SLOPE. THE BOTTE HORROR : of ; Week of Uonrn'uir Which the Stricken City Devotes to Baryinir the Heroic Dead. COLUMBIA FALLS. Tlic Xnmbrr of Dcntl May Kcarh a Total of Sl\t>- Hrfora the Search for Mluln: I.overt Ours Is Kartell. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mi. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. •T. E. Gaylord, : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trout, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn ou Principal Cities of the United States ani Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. READ, Cuakler. = THE] H L I L b b \m HIVE I STORE. I U'J’J'Jti'J WE SELL A t^-OW PRICES STONEWARE, |j g HARDWARE, s 3 CROCKERY, TINWARE, a Wooden Ware, :: Glass Fruit Jars, | Kitchen Utensils, | Lamps, Etc. | r.nnr.nr. Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. •JiCJZiUU ■J NEXT TO P. O. | Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 January 1895

TIME TABLE. cut „.. lento Colombia Fall-.... 7 so a. learcColumbia Falla . ..8:Up.m. XO 31 BSlootca before Train Time. JIETIE8. " Iiera Cortliallr lnril«l. u VJ. VV. l'A< «. -V. \V. (~<)7o! K. COI.VMIIIA LOnilE NO. CLX • Meela Krerr Ti;'niny Ereninc at I. O. O. F. Hall. Virltlni; metnbera inrltotl to attend. J. II. I.l a I'. Kcc. N. Wll.lAMlIIIBi. N. II. f'SHIlTrSOF UUK1H ASHEHIII.Vso. eoT IV Weete Krery Other Sattmlay Krenlbjc. YUUIn* Member* of t!i~ Orler are \Yelc<«ne. VfKTHODIKT F.l-ISCOPM. CHURCH- SKR.VI rtee Krery Sunday at mill a. m. and 7<B G; m^Hand., Mchm*. a, «. ^i-Hon* enrllally /^.ITHOLIf* <'HrRC*!! SKRYirKH AT ST. V Omrlrw (’Hurrli on Scroml nnd Koortla Sumlajo of mcli montli. Rev. II. J. vax OK Vex. I^nVORTII I.HMil'I-X SKMOK I.KVfU'K Vj mrotn Sun.lay a! rt o. m. Ix'.-ikhv mrrt* Humlny nl :i p.m. All invitiHl. COUNTY OFFICIALS. Cirri; nn*l Ki<N»r.|iT. M. Tiikkui\li.t. Cnmity Attorney, Sipxki M. Ixm w. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 January 1895

I TUK W KAT11ER. " II Firor.es tlie KITete Eastern (Jolillinirs to a Illne Finish. While Montana lias no particular eomplaint to mnko about the weather, the oast anil south have been visiteil bv a spell of voir cool winrl. Saturday was. according to the dispntelics, the coldest day of winter in a large area of the cast and south. The fol lowing are some of the reports: Minnesota—The coldest day had yet. The wind blew a gale all day. Louisville, Ky\—The intense cold si ill prevails here. Though the weather moderated slightly during tho day the thermometer did not gift above the zero mark. Saturday night at!) o’clock it was 1 below and reached ten below before morning. Several cases have been reported of persons who have been overcome by tho cold. Reports from throughout tho atnto show that tho weather is very severe, and thermometer ruugicg from 10 to 15 deg. below zero. Tho drop in the mercury was very sudden, and there b a good deal of suffering among tho poorer classes. Pittsburg,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 January 1895

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, □v mail: r P.O. .\«Mr*~. • Y«'i»r. mlrnnfo, The OdCbukrAN invitos its )> and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and oeeurrenees which ate of interest to Uio iH>oplo of.Hie Flathead. Address all letters to Tnr CoumptAs, Oolnml)in Falls, Mont. T— u tana coni tli^Gov. An# send a republican party of Montana, tains no abler or purer man th Rickards, nor could Moutnykl better man to Washington as senator; Wo said two weeks ago that the gov ■ 5£. ! Bu «» th « Scene of an ost stnto office, with two roar* yot to nOlPTATlOl. I mot in-a wimmI M.«* ie!ic»4 ItM i.nkl-r A^.1, C * Iwr vr«*n* yMasm. AuJ. O! b«r li|»* wero »wcK-t io mv* ; ) tlt*r un'Jjun J hair w.» * Rvk.* I wi;b «o!J. t«ik« NUollffhl IrcfnWiruc tin* Inart*#, i An I. O: li.*r voio? wa^ io.'I nu l low, Awiu\ Explosion of! kvti:bi:ii vt ct.i.i snn rn.i.s rnsromni * NWVWn.rilASS |lAH- M VTTKB. am, AityKirrisixt; itibus m.uit.K tub 1ST OF nvrit MONTH. TIIt'RSOAV, ■IAN’...

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