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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1896

THE COLUMBIAN, 1 SIXTH TEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30. 1896. NUMBER 18. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. . OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Golumbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : rfutto, Ml. James A.-Talbott, : Butto, Mt. J.E. Gaylord, : • Butto, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butto. Mt. L. C. Trout, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tho United States an.l Europe. A Gonoral Banking Business Transacted. Wm. RKAD. Caalitor. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaauaat THEI | .*1 .’i 1 n I BEE HIVE' STORE, t ^ . aaj'juzi [- we'Sell at low PRICES jj CROCKERY, TINWARE, ^ 3 Wooden Ware, fl U g Kitchen Utensils, g Lamps, Etc. £ rnr.rr.r \- Call and Look Over Our £ Stock and Get Prices. | aaaaua ; ■ .1 n *» MAIN STREET. Columbia Falls. Montana, {j nnr.r.mr.r.r,r.r.r.nr.r,r.r,r.nnnr,r,nu . PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attomevj-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1896

■HH _"tsd.axi.' 3ST©' W S Qtn_-r>-pT «=>-r-r-> -f-. UEMOCRAT.H IIEPI'DLH-ANS TO CAM. THE ACCOUNT. m: Able Drfrn.e of «be l-o.Kloi. of Ibr Mnjorllr »“>1 ' ,lr Reojion Explained. amendment to pay tho elate of Kentucky J22.000 for the coet of ralelmr troops durins the rebellion. The amendment went over on a point of order. The hill was passed amid some applause. Mr. Pickier of South Dakota moved to suspend the rules and pass a resolution sottlnK aside tomorrow. Wednesday ami Thursday for the consideration of the Benoral pension bill reported from the Invalid pension committee, with a provision for a vote on Friday. Tho vote on the adoption of the resolution stood G! to 5. Mr. Allen of Mississippi made the point of no Quorum, and the house at 6 p. m. adjourned. . THE DEFENDER MAY GO MAY HACK WITH KMPKItUH WILLIAM\S NEW YACHT. Washington, April a).-Thc house went Into committee of the whole on the general dodclcncy bill. Tho Item relating to In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1896

Coli: Tvf Q.-r-i ISTe-ws Sia.~p~oleTn enn-'bi BRAYTON IVES YIELDED HIS TUIIM# ACPBITKD nv THE COMMITTEH. ' Thr Slmcanlr, li»- Shrrwtl MnnliiulnHon. Forrrcl C’oncmwloni* From ll»c Coin in I hi I on rm. Mllwuukr<*, April *20.—Whatever doubt there may have ocen an 10 the- intention of Hrnyton Ive* to kcop faith v.'lth 'he rcorKanliutlon comn-.luflonora of tho Northern Paclflc wore dlsiiellctl today »r'ien'! answer wan filed to tho suit of the K.trinent - l.oan and Trust Company In the foreclosure iiroccedlngu In the United Stales court by Ives,'admitting nil of the allegations of the complaint. Tho answer filed has the distinction of bcin* the briefest document that has been recorded In the proceedings It reads as follows: "And now comes tho Northern Pacific Railroad Company, defendant herein, by Sllnn W. Pettit. Its solicitor, and for answer to the hill of complaint herein states that It Is adrlaod that all tho allegations contained In the bill of complaint of tho Fanners' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1896

lift Fall*— 1p. ni are Columbia Fall*... 5«i.m SO mloiitM boforr Train Tima. feoCIETlflte. T "a v. w^faLls oity lodob so. «; J\., lleoUTllunalltT Krcnine. in hall over Hi" Poatonicc. VinUlnit brolhcni conlinllj invitcl. c!s Oftftftrrr, U«. fi. W. Main. M. W. «, o. ^--COLUMBIA. LOWJB NO. ilny KveninK at 1. 6. O. F. Hall. Viritln* member* invited to nttendJ. M. Latvia, bee. S. Wtl-LotoiniT, S. (i. ET110D1ST KPieCOr.YL CHURCH- SERInvited. P.W. HAYSES. Pastor days of Oftcli montli. nt 9 n-tn. and 11 a.m. Rev. 11. J. van in: Y en. -TAPWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR L Hi meets -Sunday n: 0 n. m. Junior meets Sunday nt 3 inm. All invited. LEAGUE Leaitne /-< A. R. -OEOROE B. MCCLELLAND POST VJf • meets nt Ketmody Hall the Second nnd Fourth Saturdays of each month. Y mtimt comrades invited to meet with us. R. F. Tate. AdJ. II. H. (.Ann. Com. ■\170M.YN"S RELIEF CORPS-MEETS AT Y» Kennedy Hall Second nnd Fourth Saturdays of each month. Visitint!members invited. .Mas. StT. Clayton, Pr. sident. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1896

‘ . . GROWTH OF OUR NAVY. Striking Contrast Between the Old Ships and the New. THE GIAHT BATTLESHIP IOWA. Row Hhe Compare* With the 1'emuylvadU, the Pride of tho Kary fllsty Yr*r* Afo—The Submarine Torpedo UoaU of Today. On Murob 2» will bo Innucbod at CrumiM' Hbipyard in Pbiludclpbin tho Brut class battleship Iowa, tho fourth of her kind to bo added to oar navy. About 00 years ago thoro slid from tho ways noar where tho Iowa now rests a gallant ship that for u time was qneou of tho waves. This was tho old fhip of tho lino Pennsylvania. She was the finest . example of a wooden worship ever built by this government, and at the time of her launching it was expected' that sho would continue to bo an imposing member of our fleet for at least half a century. But what changes there have been in nova] warfare sineo thoso tlays, and what a ridiculous, figure tho old Pennsylvania would cut now if she should engage one of our modem floating fighting monsters of the deep—tlie Iowa, for instanc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 April 1896

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If Pnld In Adranco $1.50 por Ywir. Blx Months, In ndrnnco, $1.00, Tliroo Mon tin. In ndrnnco, 50 Cents. BIokIo ooploa 10 eonU. The Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds reftarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. r.XTXMD AT COLOMBIA TAI.L8 TOUTOITICE AS BECOND CLABB MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1896. By the way, has Generallissimo Weylor been lost in the shuffle? The republicans of Flathead county are getting ready to give Gov. Rickards a solid delegation to the state convention. "Bradley and Bourbon" ought to make a battle cry that would root “Morton and Money,” or "McKinley and Monopoly,Ifcor "Reed and Ruination.” Wo hope the democrats who visited Jefferson’s tomb caught a rabbit in the cemetery. The lucky off hind leg of Bro} Rabbit might offset the fift...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1896

^ THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1896. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE, NUMBER 19. TO DIE UNKNOWN : OF : That Was die Ardent Hope of a Stranger Who Killed Himself In a Helena Hotel. COLUMBIA FALLS. WRECK OX NORTHERN PACIFIC Columbia Palls, Mout. Humber Susiiected df a Pocatello Mur-der--Stockmen are HappyNews of the Greal^tatc. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Buttef Mt. Jaraos A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. •I. E. Gaylord, : Butte, Mt. B. TiBbey : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. . Wm. REA.D, Cashier. Taaaaaaaaaiiaaaaaaaaaaaauti TUT FI c g l; B tf m HIVE STORE. aaaaaa v * . WE SEL1. AT LOW PRICES E t 1 B i; B I B c u I. E t c E 8 CROCKERY, TINWARE, § Wooden Ware, L C Kitchen Utensils, g Lamps, Etc. | r-nr.r.r,r, ^ Call and Look Over Our g Stock and Get Prices. | aaaaaa E B e a n n n a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1896

I CITY LODGE NO. 41. ■ kc, in h«ll oTortlio • cordinlly InriGMl. K. W. Main. M. W. /e^ 0 S A e^^ i X 0. ■ n inrtud to attODtl. N. WlLLOfOHLt, N. <1. 1 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CnURCH- SKK1*1 TIOO Krerr otlior Sundnf at II a. m. and ' - daMl \ faitora cordially P. VV. HAYNES. I'aitor /-AATUOLIC (TIUUC11-SEIIVICIK AT ST. L/ Char lea Churrli on Firrt and Third Sundart of each month, at 9 a.in. and II a.m. Rev. II. J. vax pe A ns. T7 PWORTH LILUH ES-SKNIOR LEVGI E I'j meet* Sondar atdli. m. Junior LeaKne mceU Sunday atap-tn. All Invited. i ' A. R. GEORGE R. AIcCLELLAN POST Ijl. moeta at Kenn. .l, Hall the Second and Fourth Satnrdara of each month. \ ultiwr comrade* Invited to meet with u«. R. K. Tate. Adj. 11,11. OAaa. ( om. TiroMAN S RELIEF CORPS—MEETS AT V* Kennel) Hall Second and Fourth Saturdarr of each month. Virltin* member* invited Mu*. Sri: Claitow Preaident. COUNTY OFFICIALS. Coanty Clerk and Recorder. M. TllEEatAt-LT. Count)' Atiorne), Sidsei M. LooAsr. Clerk of Di»trict...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1896

THE SUPPLY OP GOLD ENORMOUS INCREASE IN THE PRODUCTIVENESS OF FOREIGN FIELDS. A D«lage of Gold lu Prospect—Tho Oatpat Tor 1803 Ureoka All Recorda—Tho Dorolopmcnta of Hclonce Larfrlj Koaponalblo For tho Incrooae. It inny b« boiuo coiv«>lutiou to Uuclo Emu to reflect that aiThoaKh he hoK not » ■vory Arm grip on wluit little gold John Boll 1ms loft him tho sopply is nil tho lime increasing. If it were diminishing ho might well look with alarm on every Itoamer that sails for Enropo gold laden. Tho gold famine, which u few years (gowns confidently predicted, is now an improbability. A veritablo delngo of gold is what is promised. In 1895 the world's product ion of gold was the greatest since the mining of the yellow metal was begun. From the bowels of tho earth was taken gold to the value of ♦203.000.000. In 1885 only ♦ 10,000,000 worth of gold was mined. Last year's production wne greater than in tho famous Comstock days and greater by a dozen times than that of any year down...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1896

TRIAL OP SCOTT JACKSON DEVKIOPED INDECENT LETTERS. ArKUrd Olijectlon Alter Olijeoll nnd OTerrnled—lleleetlve Crlm Wne on the Stnnd. Newport. Ky.. AprU W-Not only wo* every atalUblo real In the court room filled at the Jackaon trial 'today, but the occupancy of the atandlng room In narrow passage- was permitted. ^Ton witnesses were examined, maklns •>- U P l> the present time. Much of tho time was devoted to debating by counsel. Many questions pul during tho day by the commonwealth were ruled out. Tho number of objections made by the defense and overruled was too great to enumerate. Twice during the gay the Jury was required to retire during the debate. I the first time during the trial the court gave notice to women to retire, because l,.r letters of Will Wood to Scott Jackson were not proper for them to hear. It has been the policy of the prosecution to'bring out the bloody garments of the dead girl every day ilnce the beginning of the trial, and today was no ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1896

Col ti-m .“b±Gm_ 3ST©-w-s S-CL-o-pl©xo.©xi.'b. NEW.8 FROM THE CAPITAL BELIEVED CONGRESS WILL JOURN BEFORE JUNE I. An Attempt to Amend the Naval Bill Expected to Develop Mach Dehat*. Washington. April 26.—The senate program for this week, so far as determined upon, includes only tho consideration of appropriation bills, beginning with tho naval bill on Monday and following that closely with either me river and harbor or British Columbia bill. There may be spasmodic efforts to get up other measures, but the probabilities are that nothing elso of any general importance will receive attention. Certainly nothing will bo taken up which will lead to general debate If tho committee on appropriations can control the order of business. It Is expected that there will be an effort on tlie part of Senator Gorman and other senators to amend the naval bill so as to provide for the construction of only two battleships. Instead of four, os the bill provides. There Is also an element In the senate fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 May 1896

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, by mail: It P*ld In Adrnne* H JO per Y>«r. Sj« Uonth.^r. .drimco, il.u). in ndraoro, W Cents. Tue Colombian iuvito.i its patrons and friends U> send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all lottere to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BSTEIED AT COLOMBIA BALLS TOSTomCB AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING DILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 189G. May 12 is Arbor Day. Plant tree. Plant a dozen if you can. You need not bo at all surprised if Flathead county produces $500,000 in gold this year. There seems no likelihood that the suicidal mania that prevails in Butte will reach'the city administrntion. A few Texas democrats agreed that gold was the proper metal for money, and the only regret is that the usual riot was not on hand at that meeting. As nothing has been hoard from Mrs. Mary Ellen Lease for several weeks wo infer that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1896. NUMBER 20. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OF : COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. THEY MET AT BUTTE The Ri'iiuhlicans Adopt Catcli-Kvoi-y. Iimly Resolutions ami Klect Deletrntcs.. TUB CfcKES ARK REALLY (iOlXu'? An Olil-Timer Slmots Himself-Dis-ease at Walkcrville-Geuei-al News or Montuiu. item DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A, Talbott, •J. E. Gaylord, : B. Tibbey L. C. Trent, : Bntfo, 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. READ, Cnnhlcr. laasiauaaamiasjsaBtroaayxjauai; THEE BEE HIVE I STORE. 'JUIMU'J V • ■ WE SBLL AT LOW PRICES g CROCKERY, TINWARE, | § Wooden Ware, L | Kitchen Utensils, g Lamps, Etc. ! cnnnnn Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. aaaaua 3 MAIN STREET. § Columbia Falls, Montana. irnrr.nnrnrrrr.rnrirrrrnri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1896

wmmm O. O. r.—COLUMBIA LODGE NO. «■- , Er«rjr TdixmI*? hrpmnjr at I. O. O- r. ii 1*: ... ....I.n f I in* invited to ntlend. N. WlLLOCOMIlf. K. (». IniiSd. P.W.HAVNKS. Hutot d.,. of «ch month. -fTTWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE mwt« Sondny o-.«n. m. Junior LoaKim mooU Sunday at 3 p.m. .U1 muted. / i A. R.—GEORGE R. JIcCLELLAN I>OST U. meet* at Kennr.ly IlnU the Second and Fourth Saturday, of each month. Il.itinc comrade, inrited to meet with u». R. F. Tate. Adj. H. H. Gabr, t orn. d^a of each ^ COUNTY. OFFICIALS. Counly Clerk and Recorder. M. TllERHIAULT. County Attorney. Stner-v M. Looan. Clerk of Di.trict Court, AMUtr.iv \V. Swanet. CinintvTrenMin'r, A. J. Kino. County Snpt. of Schrud., P. N.BSXXASO. County AMCMpr. J. B. Gtnsox. County ShenJ. H. 11. Baldwin. Public Adminl.trator. Ilron SwAXtr. Coroner. J. M. Mettles. (Pixtofllcc addroe. of above. Kaeispel, Moxt.) County CommU.Ioner. Fskd. Cooke, Columbia Fall.. Montana. Wx. G. Fmr.tTBiCK, Columbia Falla, Won tana. E. L. Pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1896

HE IS ACTING GOVERNOR. Roter Wolcott Fill. Oat tho Torm of tb* ZLate GoTeruor Grcruhaler. By the death of Frederick Greeubalgo, governor of MiuuuichnFOtw, Roger Wolcott, the lienteonut governor, become* acting governor, althangh lie rctaine hie former offleo nudwill draw only the salary of llentenant governor while acting as the executive. Mr. Wolcolt hears an historic name and comes of Revolutionary stock. He is n descendant of {ioger Wolcott, who, in 1740. cominnudod the New England forces that attacked Canada and who was second in command at the captnro of LjgiHlrarg. Tho original Roger was a colonial governor of Connecticut, as was Oliver Wolcott, who was also one of tho signers of tho Declaration of Independence. Wolcott has been an honored name in Now England from tho earliest days. Mr. Wolcott was born in Milton, Moss., in 1847, and was graduated from Harvard in 1870. He is a lawyer, but has practiced his profession out little, nOCEIl WOLCOTT. devoting what little time ho giv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1896

OoILiXTn lp±a,3-L USTe-w e S-u_TzrpX©xnj©3n_'fc. )USE AND SENATE WHAT THE HOUSE AND SENATE WII.I. DO THIS WEEK. Tbrrc Will Be a Over H.r SS.ApproprlitOon for Sanln Monica. Washington. May i-The aenato program for thla week la drat to take up the river and harbor bill and when that la dlr.poacd of to follow with the bill making appropriations for the District of Columbia. Opinions dlffar very widely as to the lime the river nnd harbor bill will cocaume, but no caUmatcs place It at less than two or thieo uaya. Whether It shall go on longer will depend upon the political temper of tho senate. If. as la not Improbable, something should be said to open up a political debate similar to that of last week, there is no telling to what length tho discusglens may be drawn out. The managers will make a strenuous effort to keep politics and several financial questions In the background and to hold tho discussion down to the merits of ihe bill. This may be accomplished by a promise of an opportun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1896

OcxLxunxTDiaoD- ISTe-ws S"CL-p-olje3DQ.f»i3-‘bi ' SHAH IS ENTHRONED' PBRSIA ACCEPTS HIS RULE WITHOUT DISAPPROVAL. II la Now Aaaerted Thnt He lu No War Waa ImpIIcaleU J» «he Murder. Tohcran. May 4.—The enthronement of the now ahah. Munafler Ed Din, at Tabrls on Saturday waa aocompllabed without any dlaorder being recorded.* and hla majeaty atarted scon afterwards for the city to attend the funeral of hla father, whose body haa been embalmed and will bo Interred at Hoorn. Tho new ahah haa also been proclaimed by the chief priest by order of tho grand vUler, who haa guaranteed to maintain order liendlng the arrival of hla majesty, xeiegrama announcing the allegiance of tho governors, princes, ministers and officials are being received from all parts of the country. The new shah’s elder brother. Maasoud Minis, governor of Ispahahan. was one of the first to profess allegiance to the ahah. No ground has been found for tho report that Masaoud Mlnla was In any way connected with the fatal c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 May 1896

w ic Columbian. nmo axd rcBUSHED »r 5HN W. FAOE]. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BV mail: If Paid In Adranca U-90 par \>nr. - Ths Colombian invites its patrons Mid 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 Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. IMTKBBD AT COLUMBIA FALLS POSTOFFICE AS ■BCOSD CLAM MAIL MATT KB. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 18%. The Col. Sanders gold republicans of Flathead county will be called to meet shortly after May 11. Grover now has Ruth and Esther, but his great, expec'ation is that the next one will be Ichabod. The dispatches of each morning announce the fact that some state republi an convention has gone solid for McKinley and the gold standard. One of the amusing incidents of Montana politics just now is the fear expressed by the republican papers that the national democratic convention will declare for silver...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. HUtoflcal Sooioty SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 21. 189(5. NUMBER 21. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OB' : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : .lamps A. Talbott, •J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. KEA.D, Cnshior. i the: 3 1 n n r? 3 BEE HIVE 'i § STORE. ^ Hyzuiwu WE SELL AT Lt)'T PRICES L' 1 a e t B i i c CROCKERY. TINWARE, | 1 Wooden Ware, [ g Kitchen Utensils, £ Lamps, Etc. g g r.nnrr.n l " Call and Look Over Our g a Stock and Get Prices. 3 3 3 1 ^ MAIN STREET. I Columbia Falls. Montana. nnnr,r.r.r.rnr.rr.r.ricnccrrr’nrir;r, UJJUU’J PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attomevj-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUMBIA TAILS. • - MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1896

»FnlL. . IrnrcCoInmbia Fallf... a. m l cloa» 30 ralootr* before Train Time. SOCIETIES. W,-FAX.LS Clfl' IX)IX;K NO. 41. ETonlmr. In ball over Uni bor» cordially lnrit«*«l. R. W. Main. M. W. I. ^yllaU. ^Virillnjt member* inrltod to otland.^ N. WlLl.ot'Oiiur, N. II. AFETHOIUST EPISCOPAL CHURCH- SKItM. Tico Erorj' other Snndu at 11 a. m. and 7D.Tn. SundarSchoolatll \ nntora eordiallr Inti ted. P.W. HAYNES. I'a.tor rtATHOLIC CHUKI’H—SERVH’ES AT ST. V_/ Charlea Church on Firrt nnd Third bun- dai-. of each month. T? PWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR L Kj meeta Sunday at 6 n. m. Junior mocU Sunday at 3 p.m. All InTltcd. r i A.H.-OEOROE B. McCLELLAN 1HJST VJ. mceta at Kennedy Hall the Second nnd Fourth Saturday of each month. \ iiitins comrade* inrited to meet with uf. R. F. Tati:. AdJ. H. H.l.-uin.l «.m. TS AT . . , — Saturdnyeof each month. Vialtlmt member* Invitetl Mna. Sit: CurTox. Prveldent. LEAGUE Leacne COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk anil Recorder. M. Thekbiait.t. County Attorney. SlDXCT SI. Loo ...

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