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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. ■I f n '»* ■ v«rp COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FRBRUARY 20. 189(5. NUMBER 8. COLUMBIA .FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falle, Mout. | IN THIS BIG STATE | * • • The Missmilii Comity (iinml .Inry Srrms to I!nVo iv Uttlo llllsincss Oil llllllll. a i.oxti lost sknXtoi: iturunss ! Vnnliimstof Hrino'Ktlloil-'riir Cullitol Jiiiik>'tfiiir Tonr-Cliiney DIRECTORS: A. J.Dsvis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. is In 4—Stale Nows. Exchange Drawn ou Princisal Cities of the United States au.l Europe. A General Banking Busiuess Trans- acted. Wm. K£:AX>. Cash ter. THE saaaaaagaaaaaauoaagagaao^c 5 i C 19 V 3 c 5 t .■ B B E t Thomas Oliver, aged f:2, a timliermaii at the Boston & Moulniia mine, 1 the Ix'onard, in Bulto was caught Butte, Mt. j between the cage end the wall plate Salt Lake nm * ' ,orr ' ,, ’y mangled....

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1896

J O. g ^.-CQLUMPM LODGE NO. a.- Kull. Vl-Uimtn J. M. Lk"ih. Soc. f/"NIGHTS OF LABOR ASSEMBLY NO. 501. I\ Moot* Every Ollier Snuirilnj Evoulnir. . Tu mday Erlmlns at I. O. 0.1-. nieralwnt luvltod to attend. N. WtxxOCOHDT, N. G. Viaiting Me a of the Onter are Welcome. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH III vice Every other Snuday at It a. m. and 7 li. m. Sunday School at I t. \ iaitora rordinlly Invited. P. W. HAYNES, : /CATHOLIC CHURCH-SERVICES AT ST. V^CCharle* Church on Flrat and Third Sunday. of each mouth, a,^...a. ajid H .au.^.^ -rapWORTH LEAGUES-SENIOR LEAGUE Ij mecla Sunday a: 6 n. m. Junior Leaicne ineotn Sunday at a pan. All Invited. " COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. TlteiRHfl.T. County Attorney. SltiNEY M. Looan. Clerk of Dlatrict Court. Asnuun W. Swasev. Countv Treaaurer, A. J. hixo. County Supt. of Schools P. N. IlKKXAtrt). Connty Aaaoaapr. J. Il. tliuiox. County Sheriff, H. II. llAl.mvix. Public Admtnlairalor. Ufoit Swasev. Coroner. J. M. Mlttleu. (Postotllce add...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1896

'llii. VET.-.. I. i..S. WLilo. the Soldier* Oiffiinlze, Their Friends lliive Ariny Fare. Last night (ho ox-soldier* hold n a meeting to adopt n^nmo for a new post and to organize. The minutes of the meeting will be given in full next week. The wives, daughters and sons of veterans arranged an old-fashioned bean and coffee supper, which was enjoyed by a largo number of guests, who spent n very pleasant evening. In addition to a G. A. It. post, the Sons of Volerans and the Woman's Relief Corps will have on uuxillinry here. A FAMOUS EPITAPH. It Mulu In ronjhkerinla the Ornro of > Self Ejllrd Knglnbmau. There are some interesting cpilapba in the old graveyards in Poughkeepsie, but probably none of them has been su widely known and admired us that on the Mono which marks the bnrial plyre of John Taylor in front of Christ church, on Academy street. This epitaph has been widely pnbliFbcd on both sides of the ocean, it is said, and is believed to have been written by the English ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1896

Oolix-m ~b>±a,:a_ 2ST©-w-s S-ix*p-pl -*b: IN SENATE AND HOUSE Death of Representative Crain | of Texas. PROGRAM IS KNOWN AT LAS L'pp«r llo^.e UmldM to D«bat« • Namb*r of Important Sn^Jceu in tha Fmnra. Waahlnfton. Feb. 10.—Although the aenale failed to aceomplleh much today. the aeasion nerved to roalti definite the program on a number of Importan aubjecta. Senator Morrill, gave notice that he would call up the tariff bill on next Wednesday. Senator Call aecurcd unanimous conaent that tbe Cuban question be made the special order following the deficiency bill. Senator IXsvls. tbe author of the Davis resolution on the Monroe doctrine, gave notice that on next Monday he would call up the resolution. Thus the three most important pending questions were given a definite time for hearing. • During the morning hour Senator Cameron offered the following Joint resolution relative'to the termination of war In Cuba: •■Resolved. That, whereas the pros! dent of the United States In hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1896

Colixm/b±a,:nL USTe-ws Siii>-pl©m.©aa.-b. PEARL BRYAN’S DEATH a ' A Girl Friend Who Knows About It but Will Not Tell Yet HER VERY MYSTERIOUS STORY Sta* I>oc« Sol Propo»o 10 S«e Tho«o Boy Uaog and to Sava Thtir Neoka Will Tall. Indianapolis, Feb. 9.—The Fort Thomas murder mystery Is no nearer a solution than It has been slneo the headless body of Pearl Bryan was found. Lulu May Hollingsworth, one of Pearl Bryan's girl friends, who has been boarding at No. 81 Henry street, knows a good deal about the'tragedy. Miss Hollingsworth's knowledge of the case was brought to light today through a letter written to Marshal W. E. Starr at Greencastle. The man who wrote the letter Is H. E. Batollffe. a traveling salesman from BalUmore. Ho advised Marshal Starr to investigate the matter and the marshal came here this afternoon. Detective Frank Wilson was detailed to assist the marshal. They called on Miss Hollingsworth. Sho was not Inclined Ao be communicative at first Then t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 February 1896

rue UlilUia n. on-KKOANDrcDUamu nv JOHN -W. FACE. TERMS O# SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Thrao Month*. In adranco, 50 ConU. Simla coplea 10 cant*. Tile Columbian invites its natrons and friends to send items of nil kinds roKarcKag improvements, and occurrences which are of .interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Foils, Mont. ■ XTCItSD AT COLCmnA FALLA TOATOrrlCK AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THUKSDAY, FEB. 13, 18%. Senator Vilas is acknowledged to be the Vilest cuckoo of them all. 1 L ML The goldbugs of Kentucky aided by the Washington machine are having a hard time boating Joe Blackburn for the senate. A New York zoological garden has an ape that can write. Wo wondered where those Now York goldbug editorials came from. The sftndord Oil Company has succeeded in making the Scotch-Oil company shut up shop, •'with losses to investors.” Same old story. \Yhon Flathead county is through with the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. Uitm SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18%. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : Ol'’ COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davi», James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylonl, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, JlnMe, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. , Salt Lake. Exvbange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States anJ EuTbpe. A General Banking Business Trnnaactcd. Won. RKAD, Cnahior. naaoaaaaoanasrasaaaaaaaaua THE n a i i § i 3 3 im HIVE I STORE. [ aaaaua WE SELL AT LOW PK1CES J CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. annnnn Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. uaajLia MAIN STREET. 3 Columbia Palls, Moutana. £ Srnrr.cr.rnrrr.r.r.rr.rj'.r.nnnr.rr.E PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ' D. F. SMITH, . Attorrxevj-at-LaiW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PBOOFB MADK. COLUMBIA PALLS. MONT. A. Y LINDSEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. <nRe* lu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1896

TIME TABLE. . loaroColombln Pi.II.... .U.10 m . InnroColurabin Full.. .11 JO p. m. MO 90 minute, bcfi.ro Trnln Time.. SOCIETIES. L itl.or. conlUUy Inritcci. Jon. I'lCDit.fi:, M. W. j u j?: ‘y^JoVuV^f. L'.N'KIHTS OF LAHOR .VSSEUnLV SO. nil. IV Si cot* Krery OU.er Snumlnj Kroninc. Vi.ltin*llombon of tl.o Onlcr nro U oloomo. \f fTTHODIsf’KFISCOPAL CHURCH- SKH1*1 rice Kterr other Samlnv nt 11 n. m. nnd 7 p. m. Snml.r School nt li A i.ltor. cordially 1 P.. . Invited. P.W.HAVSS8, Pa.tor /lATHOLIO t'HUIK'H—SERVICES t AT ST. V> ChartMChurch on Firvt And Tl.inl Sundny. of eneli month. At 0 A.m. nnd 11 A.m. Rkv. H. J. VAX DK Vex. yvpWORTlf LK.UIUES—SENIOR LEAGUE 1'j meet* Sunday At 6 p. m. Junior Loabuo meet. Sunday At 3 p.m. All lnvlte.1. ^ COUNTY OFFICIALS. I 'minty Clerk And Recorder. SI. Tuicbiavi.t. County Attorney, Sinxm SI. Looex. Clerk of DUtrict Court, Axnnutv W. Swaxev. (‘ountv Trcniurcr, A. J. Kixi). County Supt. of School., P. S. Ukuxaud. County AAMMor. J. R. Oimox. Cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1896

MiiAoUiitii) l>i iHii i Oil Sonift Iiitcrestlntr KitrnroH A limit I lie Gold Beceutly Ofl'ereil for Itouds. «—» How the Bonds are Engraved. Printed and SlKned-They Pass Though Many Hands Before Delivery. The physical dimeusious of the amount of «;old just offered to the United Slates Government by ita citizens can bo comprehended only after a little comparative figuring, says the Globe Democrat. The sum tendered was $o58.269,8oO. In cubic bulk this would more than lill a room twelve foot loug, twelve foot wide and twelve feet high. The world’s greatest giant would not come within four feet of seeing the top of it. To ha exact, it would make 1858.87 cubic foot, or a tube of 12.2 fool. Measured in a single lino of double eagles, laid flat, the distance between the end coins would bo 591.7V miles. In eagles the distance thus covered would bo 925.1(> miles, and in gold dollars 4816.09 miles, or farther than from St. Louis to Loudon. Stacked in double eagles the col...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1896

in a Shirt Factory Caused a Terrible Disaster. SOME JUMPED TO DEATH Olhor* Ware Unable to Ronob the 'Vlcdo«>. end Fell Seek Into > Fiery Furjoce. •mm lead. 1 r 41 Troy. N. Y.. Feb. 17.-A small boy carelessly throwing a match Into a pile of oily waste, a mass of llames. 300 women anil girls frenzied with fright lighting for life as the hot flames chased them with hungry tongues, was the beginning of a Are tonight that consumed thousands of dollars' worth of property and caused the destruction oCFmany lives. From the outside of the high building the tlrst notice of impending dlsas.er was the sight of a body of girls as they rushed out upon the fire escci es from the windows, those who were fortunate crowding out of the entrance. Following them was a mass of smoke with flashes of hot flame In lurid streaks. Then the mass of frenzied humanity, finding the egresses too smal^ for Instant escape, began cllmblng/JVlr the sides of the escapes, and bundles of clothing fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1896

Ool-iaaDCLbri.a,:33_ 2&&-W-S. S j a.-p-plexi=Le~r-' 4-. THE NEW SILVER PARTY Chairman of the National Committee Issues An Address. THE DOWNFALL OF SILVER stored and In r'OporUon* found In na-, lure's atorehouse. and as It exUted In Washington's time, when the flag and constitution were fresh and God seemed to speak to *ho people from an open book. "The man who blaiefl the way for the silver conference did well. The people see the citadel of their liberties and are ready for batUe/' \ Uo appeals to the Hank and File of the Two Old Parties to CoI operate. Washington. Feb. 16.—J. J. Mott, chairman of the national committee of the silver party, has Issued the following address to the people: As chairman of the national committee appointed by the silver conference lately assembled in Washington city to organize the silver forced In the United States. In the battle which Is to take place for the possession of the government this year, it la thought proper that I sh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 February 1896

Columbian. OWMKD \ j^ j;iu.UUED DT JOHN W. FAOB. ♦ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, - bv mail: Ailriincf II .SO per Ycflr. •.In r.Wniirn, 11.01. >. In ulrnnce, SO Cvnix. 10»nu. The Columbian invites its imlrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of' interest to the iteople of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ENTERED AT COLUMBIA FALLS FOJTOmCB AS ■BTOMD CLAM MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OK EACH MONTH. ' THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1890. Matt Quay for president! Wouldn’t that scorch you! s The Vanderbilts want the North- State T.r.n ed to the governor and lo the public that the timber in western Montana (Missoula, and Flathead counties) is being stripped from state lands by corporations engaged in lumbering. Perhaps Mr. Pago knows what ho is talking about, but if his report as a whole is as far from correct as the part relating to this part of the state, it is a valueless docum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MARCH 5, 1896. NUMBER 10. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY ‘CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OTP ■■ COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DI HECTORS: A. J.Duvix, : : Biitlo, Mt. ■Tamos A. Talbott, : Trot to, Mt. ■T. E. Gaylord, : : Butto, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butto, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tko United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. VVm. KEAD. Cash lor. THJE wjj-juwj'j'jziuwju'jiiwjnjuziv l: iL' I t L t f l- E im hiyeI I STORE. [ U'JUUUii (- SELL JLT LOW PBICES Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. ri3TEEK Call and Look Over Our 'JUJ'Jil'J •j St.ook and Get Prices. 8 T I Co: 7 MAIN STREET. , Columbia . Falls, Montana, fc afcnrKrr.rritrrrr.nr.r.r.ncnrcr^B PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAST) FJLINdH AND FINAL PROOFS MADE COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. Y LINDSEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1896

TABLE. .lo»*ofolmnWnKiill»....UiO |>. in. . In.ro(kilumbia fall.. ..IliMp. m. —• 30 minute* before Train Time. SOCIETIES. Ba^.jS s iSMS»rr- School Rxhibition. School closes in Deor Park District March 7. A programme consisting of drills, songs, dialogues and rocitu lions will bo given in the evening commeucjugatSiOO. Everybody invited. ib H. E.vsti.and, Toachor. urn UMBU leOIKIE NO. E 7 p. m. Sunday 8cJ P. W. HAYNES. Paalor /CATHOLIC rnVRCH-SP.KVirFS AT ST. V.' CharU* Churrh on Fir»l am! Tbini Sun* «Ur* of oach innth. at 9a.m. amt II a.m. Rfr%*. tt.J. vas dc Ykx. I? rWORTH LEAHCES SENIOR LE.l(iUE I j maoU SuuJuy atOi». m. .luuior LcnKiiu nieeU Sunday at 3 p.m. .UI innted. ('ounty ('lark and I Comity COUNTY OFFICIALS. rJor. M. Theciavi.t. W' str* K SWA “‘- CmlilWSherin. II. II.!Ui.d«is> Public Ailnrmi'irMiir. Hcmt skaset. Coroner. J. M. Mem.ctu <Po,totllcc ftddrai* of above, K u.mriu.. Mox r.l Columbia Falls, Eeb. 27, 1896. Comity School Notes. jiTrif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1896

HOOKS A NO JJAOAZINKS. TLo March number of Tho Ladies Homo Journal opens with a fascinating story by the late Eugene Field— "The Werewolf." It is explained by the editor that “The Werewolf’ is tho only manuscript by tho lamented poet and story-writer that has not been published, and that it was written and re-written eight times by the author before it exactly met his approval. It is probably one of tho best of all Mr. Field’s writings. Howard Pyle has illustrated tho story admirably. Charles Scribner's Sons stale that every copy of ono hundred sets on Japan paper of tho “Sabine Edition” of tho writings in prose and verse of Eugene Field was taken up by subscribers before a page of tho edition was put tO'Mpress. Tho sot will include sovehil now books. Thu first volume will contain a memoir of tho author by his ’brother, Roswell M. Field, and introductious will preface other volumes by Richard Henry Stoddard, Edward • Everett Hale, Francis Wilson, J. Whitcomb Riley and others. Tho vo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1896

S&i Coli n ~r~T~i .TD±a,Xl. 3Sr©-W-S &-lXTD-pl©3=CL©3ZL'fc. BLOODY MORSEL Gained With Blood and Will B« Given Up With Blood. SO DECLARED ABDUL PASH* How ibs Turkish Commissioner. "Invcsilgaicd" too itroclilcs In Armenia. Constantinople, Feb. 23.—It will be remembered that the sublime portc. soon alter the massacres In this country, seni out commissioners to investigate the recent disturbances ana lake measures lor uuleUng the country. One group ol the comnusaloners yent to Erzeroum and the bther entered the country at Sassoun and came toSIvas. This commission from the Interior did Its work very rapidly, spending only a few days In each of the principal cities on their route. The day aftcrlhelr arrival, when summoned. there appeared before them n number of leading men—Moslems- and Christians. Those were admitted to the presence of the commissioners separately. first Moslems and then Christians. The report says the commissioners sold to the Moslems: "Wo did not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1896

CoXixxn.TD±aon. USTe-w-e S-p.-pT3le3=o.exL“fc= KILLED FOR HIS MONEY FUIJPILLED ALL1TS contract REVOLT OF THE BOOTHS An Italian Laborer Murdered and Thrown Into the River. HIS FACE WAS CRUSHED IN Police Indeatiioaslr Striving to PUcover the Perpetrator* cf the Awful Crlma Spokane. Wa»h_ February 25. Domenico Perrl was murdered and robbed In Spokane Saturday night and thrown Into Hangman creek. His body ■was fc'und yesterday by John Honey. Just above the high bridge leading io Queen Anne addition. In the southwestern part of>be city. It was taken to Oilman's undertaking establishment, where an autopsy and Inquest will be held today. Perrl was nn Italian laborer, about 50 years old. who lived with a brother In otic of Mrs. Kellogg's houses on Ferry street. Ho was a sober and industrious man of powerful physique and was said by thoje who knew him to be always peacefully Inclined, He came down town Saturday night, having in his possession J2S0, of which 5125 belonged to his br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 March 1896

JOHN W. F-A-OHJ. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If l'*id In Advance J1J0 per Year. Hli Month*, In ndvanco, IUO. Three Month*, in advance,50 Cent*. HI nsle eoplo* 10 cent*. The Colombian invites its natrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. SXTKUD AT COLUMBIA TALLM roSTOFTICE A* ■ BTOXD CLAM MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EAyJI MONTH. THURSDAY. FEB. 27. 18SG. f'rtl 11 m Hi Cl n RB,nloof ‘'suspendctl animation’'); ^UlUlllUlClIl. ii] iuo i 8i Shelby M. Cullom; M ichigau, Russell A. Alger; Wisconsin, John (•, S poonerl%Iiii noso ta, Cushman K.Davia; Nebraska, Charles F. Maudarson West Virginia, Stephen B. Elkins; Kentucky, William O. Bradley. Hero is tho present array of presidential timber and sprouts in the republican party. Will some kind brother point out one of tho lot that favors honest money T Several...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1896

SIXTH TEAR. THE COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 1896. NUMBER 11. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OS' : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, •1. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy v : L. C. Trent, uHe, Bulto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the Unitorl States and Europe, A General Banking BusiuessTrans- N acted. Wm. HEAD. Cashier. Til K ^ la! im mm STORE. aaaaua S£LL AT LOW PRICES CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. cnrsocn Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices, aaaaaa B S i a I a a •a a T a a a a 3 Columbia Palls, Moijtana. t .1 c arnErrEr.rrmr.rnrrxr.r.nrr.rri: MAIN STREET. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LjaW, OOMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT I. AND FI LI NOR AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUN'B \ TALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, -^DENTIST Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MONTANA. DR. J. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1896

TIME TABLE. (1 "lii.- . I. :.. ..:M«-C..Uimhia I'nll . .'Mr.,.. ilala r •13.1... iM.eColumL.m r«U»... 11 ;'C p. :n. eJo«‘'''ln)!: titr. lx.fi.ft* Train Tin.*'. SOCIETIES. » <#11. \V. iMl.U; (T1 V i.OIMIK NO. II. A . MrelnThun-lay Ercnl.n:. In l.all nvoril.a Vi-iiin r Im.tl’-oM lially inv t.-.l. I*. S. fl \H*5TTT, lire. J*»s. llKDAI.V'J-. ^1 • W. 4 Lt'iHlA LOTHiK NO. 43.- R. W. Main and F. W. Doivnor I ucro Fridny visitors at KuliK|)i-ll. Tin teiupiTHliui' luaclied ono do-j ! groe bolow zero on Sunday morning but climbed up six degrees before noon. On Monday morning it was 10 s beJorv 0. It is I he general desire iu this favored section that the Withoutprejudice r o. o. f.-coi.i I. 14wl-Ever 1'- i'V: Ei Since court coased to interest the occupants of court house row the drift of talk has again turned toward politics, with a greater number of alleged candidates. Now the gossip -Ml'oa£ gohlbugs of the effete east keep tbeir I has it that Flathead comity will be unknown to th...

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