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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 August 1895

Itt-'torfM? Society ’ " o THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2.L 1895. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. ojt : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS:' A. J. Davis, James A. TallioU, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Prindnal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking BusinessTransttoted. ■Wm- ’KICAX), Cnnhier. THE ^uaaaBamamaaaaaaaaauEmi 5 .1 .1 .■a a a a a a a a 3 n i n a T 'I •6 -n a a n 3 •a a a n a a BEK HIYE^ STORE. I mourn WE SELL AT LOW PRICES HARDWARE. STONEWARE. E ; g CROCKERY. TINWARE. * Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, | Kitchen Utensils, | Lamps, Etc. | manor Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. NEXT TO P. O, ' Columbia Falls, Montana, t' jKnrjzr.r.rrnrrrr.r-rr.nnr.nnr.r.rE PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\evj-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT I.AXD FlI.INdH AND ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 August 1895

.!6AY«(*olmnbiA F«1U . iravift’olmnWa Fall* lepi' 30 iniruitw before Train Tin.r. SOCIETIES. t Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gan^uer ontortainod a party of friends with a picnic up the Canyon on Sunday. 12:I0|>. m. A party of you hr people of Columbia Falls attended the 1 arrest t\ H. Ojtfiierr, lice. Jos. Pist>*Lr«. M. w. • T t>. a r COLUMBIA LODOK so. u.1. U-. l- Ktvrj Tuesday Eti'iiiiw nl I. O. O. r. iiat). Vbliina m«mtwn> inrilcd to attend, j. M. !. ... Soc. S. Wu-L.ifiinny. X. U. 1/ srants OK LABOR ASSEMBLY SO. 901. K M.' t ■ Every Otl.or Saturday Eranlnir. ViaUlnu MemUr. ot the Order are deome. ^ METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-SER-.M ,,ce Every Sunday nt logon, m. nnd . SO Sunday School at 11. VWtora cordially fnrltcl. R. WRESTH. Pa.tor. day* of cadi mouth, at 9 mm. and 11 n.m. ' . Rsv. U. J. VAX DU \ XX. 1 a I'WORTH LEAGUES -SESIOR LE.VGUE I*a m.-cta-Sunday at6n.m. Junior Lcaanc mccU Sunday at 3 p.m. AU invited. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County (iiork an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 August 1895

CmUrii tho Krnssy THE BALLAD OF A BOTANIST. tear tho qalet little rllLiso of s trim New England town I.!o tho peaceful, ploooant ccrcs of a farm of fair renown. Where tho fond pnrrult of botany Doth hanlali all monotony And tan tho faded cheek n ruddy brown. Hero Euphorbia byperlaalat* wane n welcome unto all. AmpolopaU qnlnQUefoUa apreada it« mantle o'er tho wall. Whllo from Sallx babylonlca And Cydonln Ja|Kinlca With cheerful chirp the wrens and robin* call. Leonurus and Unaria lead ourntopa along tho lano Whcro Ltlluni and Trllllnm Und reign. And AMeleplo* oornuti— Good for “Breen*" If not for lieauty. Ilka Ctrica. though It* touch entalleth pain. Chryaanthemum loucanthcmnm Held* adorn, Tho fragrance of Trifolluitfdu every breeze 1* homo And the tall Vcbascum thapKOah In very raptnro wrap* u*. Aa Its kingly candlo klndl.n In tho morn. In tho wood* tho Anemone meoroen you will nude Mllch«lla. TiftrvlU and tho lithe Cclaatru* twined. And Moi)otn>i>a hjpopltye—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 August 1895

ib Columbian: T AWD rCDLISHEI* BT W PAOE. AS or SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: ( »1 JO per Year, ancr, jl jo. 1.10O11U- Tuk Columbian invitoa ita palrous and friends to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which ore of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. IXTCUD AT COLOMBIA FALLS roSTOFFICE At SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ILL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 1895. Any fellow who can tell what the game law of Montana is can go hunting Good roads is a good enough local motto for any party in Flathead county. Farmers, don't neglect to leave some samples of products at this office for exhibition at eastern fairs. The soldiers' home will be an institution that the citizens of Flathead county can show visitors with a feeling of pride. Out in Washington there is war between the ranchmen and the mortgage companies, but there is no doubt about who will win. The associated press p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 September 1895

m THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895. NUMBER 36. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. or COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls,'Mout. * DIRECTORS: A. .1. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. JuuiOB A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. 3. E. Gaylord, : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. Rxohange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States nn.l Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. KJCA-D, Ccuibier. 1 TITJE ■I i a a a S : a | \m HIVE I STORE. asjuuQ'j WE SELL AT LOW PRICES 3 HARDWARE, STONEWARE. £ gCROCKERY, TINWARE, i | Wooden Ware, •! Glass Fruit Jars, | | Kitchen Utensils, | q Lamps, Etc. 1 t r.ncncn t n Call and Look Over Our | g Stock and Get Prices. g a auituuu NEXT TO P. O, ■J % | Columbia Fails, Montana. | aBriancnnrmrnr.nnnrnr.nrriiffiRE PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, flttorr\e\j-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FEUKOB AM) FINAL 1’ROOFS MADE- COLUk'BlA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 September 1895

TIME TABLE. Ooins . JMlwtVtluBibU Fal|»... PS^ik. m. (Juice »p*t. . l»»arrColumbia Vail*. 12:*«p.*n #i7*Ma!l»cln*o30ininnic« before Trnin Time. SPOIETIES. \ 6. u. W.-KAI. i\. Sl.vt-Tlivr-I T <)• O. I\- COI.VllHiA LOME NO. 43. I • Mcrt» Kverj Turwlny Ermine »t L O. O. F. Kail. ViKUne member* icritwl lo atteml. J. M. Lnnia. Nee. S. Wa.u>cun«. N. o. I.' SK11 ITS OK LA BOB ASSEMBLY NO. SOI. IV Moot" Ercrr Otlior Satnnlay Eronine. A'ikitine Moinbero of t ho Qrtlor are \A olcomo. A f imioniST EPISCOPAL CHUUCll- SKR*AI vice Erorr Suiwlny at lU-AOn. in. ami Ta - ‘ »i. m, Sumlay Behool at li. Vinitom cordial] fnritod. R- WRENCH, Paatar. r'ATHOLIO ('llUROll—SERVICES AT ST. V CharioaCharch on First ami Thinl Snndaxa of each month, at 9 nan. am! 11 a.m. Rby. 11. J. van dc Vex. f A P WORTH LEAGUES-SENIOR LEAGUE I j moot.- Sumlay a: 0 p. m. Junior lo-aeno mceta Sunday at 3. p.m. All invited. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Cleric and Recorder. M. Tiikucuci.t. County Attonw.SlDXET M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 September 1895

h TO HONOR THE BRAVE OPENING OF THE MILITARY PARK OF k CHICKAMAUGA-CHATTANOOGA. Oreat Preparation* For tho Celebration of Sept. 10 ami 20, Which Will lie Attended by Thousand* of Veteran* From North and South. Nowhere ill tho world except in America is there any such hattle memorial us that famished by tho national park on the battlegrounds of Chicknmnngn and Chattanooga, lo bo formally opened oji Sept. 10 and SO. This park is to the west what Gettysburg is to the east, and, although the tusk of marking tho lines of battle, tho positions of different bodies of troops and tho spots where exceptionally severe flgnting took place bos not yet progressed as far as at Gct- AX OMEIIYATIOX TOWKIL lysburg, yet very much has been done, and those who visit Chickatnaugu for the first time on tho days of the coming celebration will, no doubt, be greatly surprised ut tho extent of the work. According to the last report of Secretary Lament, the ]>nrk now contains O, 521 ncres. One thous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 September 1895

he Columbian. •w. F-A-Om TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: > ilvauco jK-r^Yr.Tr. . In •rtvau'w.Vf-onU. copies 10 emu. The Columbian invitos its patrons •ml 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. aXTCKED AT COLUMBIA FALL* FOB TO FT ICE A» tECOXD CLASS MAIL MATTE*. ALL ADVEBTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, AUG. 29, 1895. A year from today the campaign will be on. Are you doing anything to^ieip silver! The Maryland populist convention has declared against silver in most emphatic terms. Nebraska democrats in state convention refused to endorse Cleveland and his financial views. government gave it millions more and now it is a bankrupt concern with the men who wrecked the groat property fighting over the ruins. That the Northern Pacific has made unscrupulous men wealthy thoro is no doubt; neither can it bo doubt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 September 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1895. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. NUMBER 37 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. SaltJ'.ake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the .United States and Europe. A General Bauking Businosa Trans- acted. Win. ItKAD, Cashier. I THE! i | n § T a •T a T a tK a g a a 3 i 3 a a a i .a a a FORTY MINERS DEAD Fire in the Oschilu Mine at Calumet Suffocates Forty of the Coulter Men. FROM ALL OVER THE WOULD. Big Stories of .News Told in the Rriefest Way. to tiatch Busy People. BEK HIVE I STORE. | 333'jcia WE SELL AT LOW'PBICES ^ HARDWARE. STONEWARE. £ ^ CROCKERY, TINWARE, 1 a Wooden Ware, l q Glass Fruit Jars, 1 | Kitchen Utensils, | ^ Lamps, Etc. £ mznnan 3 Call and Look Over Our g ^ Stock and Get Prices. S a a 3333U3 £ a b n NE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 September 1895

TIME TABLE. Ootoff r.v-I leaTOCohimbin Kail*... .9 iC p. m. (ioir.rfw.vt. . leave Columbia KalU. ..I2:M p. ni. BrMnllJ ckvo 30 miootow before Train Time. SOCIETIES. A 0 X1. W.-F.U.L.S CITY lloDOK NO. 41. C. b. OrfajtCTT, Kec. Jos. PiiD tuit, M. W. r O. O. F.-COLUMBU, L0IX1E NO. AS.I. Meet* Every Tutedajf Eroiiiu at I. O. p. F. 11*11. VMtlm members invited to attend. J. M. Lxwta, See. N. W!Lloooh»t, N. O. XT NHIHTS OF LAB011 .VSSEMBLY NO. 901. oTfbJ §» »e. d„. of each montb. a. R 9 aujj n^U LRalGUE Lcnffnc J^FlYORTH^B^OUffi-BENIOK^L mccta Sunday at 3 pull. All invite.!. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. THUBUCI.T. County Attorney. SlDNEV M. IrfX»A». Clerk of Diatrlct Court. Axdrkw ". Sk .vxev. Countv Treaaurer. A. J. KtrfO. County supt. of Schools, P. N. Baavaan. County Aaaea-or. J. B. Goaox. County Shcritr, U. H. Baud tv DC. Pnblic'Admtaint rator, HooB Swaxav. (Vfroner J M MunLEK. (Pottofflee address of above. KaLtarCL, Mont.) County CoinmUaionora t—. _. Fuait. COOKE. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 September 1895

KASSON’S GOOD IDEA. IT HAS BROUGHT ABOUT UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL POSTAL RULES. The Next Conrention of the UnlTcnal Foetal Onion Will Bn Held In Wtuhloctou In May. l£Oa—Something About the Work Then to Bo Done. \ Of nil Uio co-operntivo scliomes that have been sot in motion by mankind, it is probable that the world's postal system. everything considered, is the most satisfactory in its operations. So accustomed, however, have \vo become toats almost perfect workings that wo marvel not daily at the astonishing fact that' for a paltry 2 cents a letter may bo sent to any part of the United States and for slightly larger sums to any part of the earth; that the amorons epistle of the lover, the important communication of the bnslness man, and the dainty social missive, no matter how long may be their joaruey, are all qnito ns safe as if sent by the hand of a private messenger, probably safer, and surely, as a rnlo. delivered more promptly. Like many another of onr highly prized modem instit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 September 1895

Columbian. mro axd rCBLiansn bt JOHN W. FAOB3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: r Year. ^ro d ^ , ;r„eV.Sv,.u. • 10 c®nU. Tu* Colombia!* invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and oecurreuces which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Add^pss all Utters to The Columbia*, Columbia Falls, Mont. triumph. Everyone is at her feet with the exception of the immediate Vanderbilt family, who probably realize just now that they are mighty small frogs in the social puddle. Alva Vanderbilt comes of a family that should hold its own without the aid of wealth. She belongs to a race of gentlefolk, and not to the mushroom aristocracy. To bo a social leader may uot be a very high ambition but for a divorced woman to vindicate herself before her world and make it acknowledge her worth is a different matter. Here’s to her continued success! eSTCBBD AT COLUMBIA FALLS FOSTOFFICB AS SECOND CLASS BAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EAC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 September 1895

THh (JOLUMbiAN. FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1895. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOFL : Of' COLUMBIA FALLS. Oolumbia Falls, Mont. WILL ISSUE BONDS. Tlmt Is Whttt Mio TnickllmrSecretary of tlio TrcaMii'V Seems Toi trttn to do. - SEWS OF TilK WHOLE BIG WOULD Biff Chunks of Nous Boiled Down to mi Easily Dlcested I’otponiTi. DIRECTORS: A. J.BtvIs. James A. Talbott, •I. E. Gaylord, B. Tlbbey : L. C. Trent. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchaugo Drawn on Frinoinal Cities of the United States an.l Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. •Wm. HEAD, Coahler. auaaairaaausioaasiuimauaBaBae THH I BEE HIVE STORE. WE SELL AT LOW PRICES HARDWARE, . STONEWARE, £ S CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rr.rr.r.r. Call and Look Over Our ^ Stock and Get Prices. L iruaxtv I n a n a <» 3 § | 3 I 3 a r.nr,r.r.rrr.r.r.r.r.r.nr.r.rr, r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 September 1895

TMK TABLE. •.. .WeColombla KalU . .9lO p. ro. . lesnCstonM* l- ;ie Pill- fl.wnoroinnlw befote Train Time. o. u. w. C. iUJicaKTi. Il-r. SOCIETIES. —FALLS CITY LODGE SO. 41. TliunAar Kyrninp.in lifll "TerUio - • brothen r c-nJinlly inrite-J. Jos. I’lUOAl-UE. M. W. T O. O. F.-( OLOIIIIA LODOb SO. 1.L1. UMU Every Tu-'.lny Evenmp nl I. O. O. F. Hall. i S.''- to 'L , P.° , . to C l >,_ N. WlLLOCOllBT. S. O. /-lATHOLIC CUUKCH-SERYlCra AT ST. La CharlM Chureli on First end Tliltd Sunday, of eaeU mon.li, *j; d T “ “ va,. T^FWOKTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LE.VOUE mrou Sunday a: 9 ^. Junior noou nuvU Sunday at 3 i*.tn. League COpNTY OFFICIALS. County ClorV and Rocor.lor. M. TiiKt«iAri.T. Countr Tn-anunr. \. J. Kwo. t'oanty Supt. of School*. P. N. Brestabd. !^SlJ.^5: r lLH.IU^*. Public Admlnlrtrator. neon Swaxet. (P-MtoaiceaddreM of nlxive. Kaliapei.. Most.) County Commimioncr,:—, Fred. Cooke. C-dnmbin Fall*. Montana. Wm. (1. FTTEPATnn’K.Columbia Falla,Montana. E. L. Pbektox. Troy, Montana. Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 September 1895

■ FRUIT FOR ALL OF US CA<JFORNIA'3 PRODUCTION INCREASING AT AN ENORMOUS RAT^. In Lemon*, For Inutauco, Bhe Will Soon Grow Knougli to Ho|iplj All Amaelran Hsrketa — Vnmatohvd Variety of Her Product*—Thinc* Californians Must Do. Bmiauw uud dales ato practicnlly nil the fruits kiioien to comcicrco that cauuot bo grown within the boundaries of California, and there is no oilier part of tho world where such a variely of fruit culture has been developed as in tho Goldcu State. So roniarbublu arc tho climate mid soil of the region llrst made famous by its gold mines that in many parts thereof practically all (ho various fniitj^pf tho eutiro area can ho and arogronnupon onoplnntatlcn. To get such a diversified cargo of fruits as l-ACUINU ORANGES. can bo got from one ostablishmcut in San Diego county, for instance, it would bo necessary to search the continent of Europe from tho North sea to the Mediterranean. Pint of this cargo would ho found iu thu British islfe part in France, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 September 1895

Columbian. V JOHN . F-A-OHi. BSCRIPTION. BV maiu: It JO per Year, in advaiico, 11.00. in adnnen, SO CmiW. The Colusdiax invitos its natrons and friondn to send items of all Icinds regarding improvomonts, and occurrences wnich are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BNTE&ED AT COLCMfllA FALLS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1895. Mr. Durraut of California seems in n fair way to take up his residence in Hades. only the men who work who can fool the needs of reform plans. Lot the foreign theorist alone. -That “revival of business” was illustrated by the addition of $2,000, 000 to the public debt during August. ' . The commissioners seem to think Flnthcod county needs an assistant county attorney—that is, it needs somebody to do the work of thut office. It is hoped that when the river and harbor hill comes up that Congressman Hartman wall bo a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 September 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. LTL'TII YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1895. NUMB 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. Tront. Butto, Jit. Butte, Ml. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. A General Banking Business Transactod. Wm. lilCA-D, Oiujhlor. HIT THE HIGH CARD Two of Montana’s JnileesSii.v tlie I.aw Aeniust Gmnbliiiir is Not Constitutional. THE ANACONDA SOLDONCEHOIiE. A CUiim on Hie Capitol Site-‘A Killing or Two—Ten Years for a Bank itolilier. Judge Showers of Deer Lodge county has declared the anti-gam-bling law unconstitutional. The decision is a temporary victory for the gamblers and friends of gambling. In declaring the prohibitory law unconstitutional Judge Showers bns only strengthened the opinion of Exchange Drawn on Principal Citics’j many lawyers who have heretofore of the Duited States and Europe. i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 September 1895

N .12:16 p. m. •Ssfja LODOF. NO. 13. - . Kvc.tili.ciil I. O. O. F. Invllod to attend. tT' N. WiixocomiT. N. O. ASSEMBLY NO. TOL ;r.nlay Ertmlne. M^SSsffia Inrttwl. ..•AL CHUKCH- SEItat 10 flu n. in. and 7 *0 | A Yl-ltora cortllnlly n. WRENCH. Paator. /-UTITOUC CHUItCH-SERVICES AT ST. ( Charlev Cluirch on FI rut and Third Sun- dn,..I each nonth. t7pwo:uti i.K-uiuis - senior league ill 111MU Sunday a: 0 n. m. Junior Lca«no mneU Sunday at J|Mn. All mTliod. COUNTY OFFICIALS. t'uuoty C'ieriTaoilJteeord^ _ JL Tt | *» , i ,ACI * ,r * County At’.ornay. Sioskv M. Loo**. Clerk ..I Ulitrict Court. Asnaatr «. h« am.i. Countv ^-“"7^i,^ J il- h ^N'. Hr-csABD. ( our County Sa. County Ac J. 11. tltiwos I. H. Il> atur. Hi Ci.r inter. J. M. Mrm.r». For. J. I*. 1 (P.ototiice addreiu> ol above. K vLiurti.. Most.) ItS'^Si^bia^riimUna. r„ I.. Pkcmtok. Tro>. Montana- Columbia Falls, Sept. 19, 1895. TOWN AND COUNTY. The West Hold, Kaliapell. E. J. Johnson, thoSt. Paul groce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 September 1895

TEN SHOTS A SECOND. MARVELOUS WORK OF CAPTAIN ODKOLCK'S MACHINE GUN. Xt I» ClKlmcd That Till. Weapon Ila. llcen Flr^ at the Hate of Six Hundred Sirota a Mlnuto For tbo Hpoce of Thraa Hours Without Ilea tins. It is vary to ray lliiit tho now Hotchkiss mncliiiio gnu will flro ten allots a ■cconil, or 000 » minute, provides! it is furnished with the necessary nmniuuition, but it is not easy to comprehend what that mpanic It is easy to umlerstaud, however, that the introduction of such n weapon into modern warfare means nothing less than a rctoluliim in fighting, and there nro those who claim that this gun arid other imjiroved killing machines are like to do away with war altogether, since men cannot bo fomld to enlist as soldiers and stand up against such terrible weapons. It iu perfectly clear that one man armed with one of the new guns could sweep everything before him within the tire of u half circlo by simply keeping the machine in operation and swinging around from side tosido. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 September 1895

mbian. W. FACK. SUBSCRIPTION, bv mail: IMS $1.50 per Year. AflVBMO, fl.in. nco.MConU. The Colow bun invites its patrons nd friends to send items of all kinds improvements, and occur- wkieli are of interest to the of the Flathead. Address all to Tue Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont.- BNTEKSD AT COLOMBIA FALLA rOSTOFFICE AA SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTI8INO I1II.LS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THUKSDAY, SE!>T. 19, 1895. Jack Frost and Jupiter Pluvius are a pretty tough team to buck. Senator PefTor hasn’t remodeled ^ the populist plat form for nigh onto three weeks. By the way, who is it doing the plain and fancy howling now about paying their taxost One duty of good citizens is tcTsee that the county gets value received for money paid for road work. The Billings Daily Gazette is the latest stroke of newspaper enterprise in Montana. It is a credit to busy Billings, and should V ucceed. Flathead’s county jail has a wonderful capacity for impairs. It now Represents en...

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