The Columbian (Columbia Falls, Mont.) 1905-1925, March 11, 1905, Image 5

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/ m in m m m \ w a r a ■a&ai öirrytÄ I J M B i S m m m \ i posted on news of lo­ cal interest. $2.00 be seen to be appreciated. The town is not incorporated and therefore, is nol burdened with the expenses of city government. It has no debt. It has 300 voters and keeps 300 children in school ten months in the year. The extension of the Kalispell branch South through the Flathead Reserve, which will be open for settlement next year, will give the already prosperous and solid town of Col umbia Falls a substantial boom and force it to take its place among the cities of the first class in Montana. Now is the time to Buy. T h e . Columbi a n . Supplement. Acre Tractsvor f Sale. Tlx HOKE ADDITION Lies between the Montana Soldier’s Home and the town • . 1 U fl t| The cut below shows its situation with reference to the 10 CSlUnl sUtl Soldier’s Home, to the South and the town to the North and Fast. The Sommers and Kalispell branch of the Great Northern Railroad bounds it on the West. The land it identical in character with that of the Home, which it joins, and no better farm or garden land can be found in Flathead Valley. The cut also presents to the eye the difference in site between an acre of land and an ordinary town lot. Kach lot in this Addition fronts on two streets. The natural beauties and advantages of the townsite of Columbia Falls must COLUMBI\ FALLS MONT Whitefish Jottings. The F. O. E. hall, formerly the Main Merc. Co. store, is nearly comply id. a 26-foot addition having been built on to the rear end of the building for stage purposes with dressing rooms attached. The Golden Eagle dramatic associa­ tion will give their first entertainment in the hall about Aptil 1st, in a modern ■neio-drania, entitlrd. “ Little Trump.” R. L. Oliver returned yesterday from Kalispell, where he has been on busi­ ness for the Business Men's association before the county commissioners, i>er fectiug arrangements to incorporate the city of Whitefish. The Whitefish Hotel ib undergoing extensive improvements, and will bethe largest hotel in the city when completed. Whitefish extends to Columbia Kails congralulationa in the move to incor­ porate. It means that troth towns will be much better off. Jack Skvlea announces that lie is go­ ing to add an addition to the rear of his alreadv commodious store. B. M V M Subscribe for your H om e Paper and keep fo r terms call on or write to J . I v . M I L L E R , ('<>1 u t n h in W a lls, M o n t a n a , per year.

The Columbian (Columbia Falls, Mont.), 11 March 1905, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn85053048/1905-03-11/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.