The Columbian (Columbia Falls, Mont.) 1905-1925, September 02, 1905, Image 2

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Ill SOKE WOK Lies between the Montana Soldier's Home and the town ■ ■ i i . ■ ii The cut below shows it* situation with referenceto the 10 vOlOBDll tlliS Soldier’s Home, to the Sooth and'the town to the North and East. The Sommers and Kalispell branch of the Great Northern Railroad bound* it on the West. The land is identical in character with that of the II\me which it joins, and no better farm or garden land can be found In Flathead Valley. The cat also presents to the eye the difference in ante between an acre of land and an ordinary town lot. Each lot in this Addition front« qn two streets. The natural beauties and advantages of the townsite of Colombia Falls must Administrator* Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that in pursu­ ance o[ an order of the District Court of the County of Flathead, State of Mon­ tana, made on the 7th day of August, 1008, in ttie matter o( the estate of John N. B,al(>n, deceased, the undersigned will self at private sale to the highest bidderfor cash, and subject to continua­ tion by*said I)i-tricl Court, on or after August 21, 11105, at the law office of J. II. btevens, over Hie Post Office, in Kal- iapell, Montana, all the right, title and interest that has, by operation of law or otherwise acquired other thsn or in addition to that of the said John N. Heaton at the lia, . . .................... to all those certaii of land situate, lt...h . ...... ,,, said County ol Flathead, State of Mon­ tana, and described as follows, to-wit: Lot No. 9 in Kloclt No. 11 and Lot No. 4 in Block No. 38, in the original town- «¡te ol Columbia Falls. - Terms and conditions of sale; Cash; check for ten per c-nl of purchase mon­ ey to accompany hid. Deed at expense COLUMBIA FALLS MONT. MiÄiyfimii , , t .fF t ; ñ ü fim m t fiiij!' Birtílistíii pñf “ in and CUAWNTHD ABS01UTUÏ PORE. ’B rewing Co. Annual Meet of Old \Vets. Kalispell Mission Conference. Columbian. BANK of Columbia Falls ■paioumoN—fS.OO per year In advance ADTiBniiMQ—display—$1, per square * monthly. Locals 10 cents per line each insertion. Special rates by contract. * \Entered Feb. 3, 1905, at Columbia * Falla, Mont., as second class matter, under Act ol Congress ol March 3rd, 1879.\ 6ATURDAY. Sept. 2,1905. The wheat yields reported by thresh­ ers in this part ol the yalley are surpris­ ingly lew. Few fields have averaged more than 26 bushels to the acre. . straw bandied, in some instances, would . promice a yield of 40 bushels. Thresh- - ere say the extreme and continued hot weather ripened the whoat prematurely and did not give the heads time to fill. The general average in tbli locality, so far as reported will be from 15 to 17 bushels per sere. This is a abort hall crop. If any betta*-'*Tiument ca advanced in favor of a general system of . Irrigation for the valley, this paper . would like to print it. The lands now cultivated are those that promise the . best yields without irrigation. The • question of irrigation is of suclt vital it terest to all the people of thii yalley . that it should overshadow all others for . the time being. The longer, action is r deferred the more difficut will it become - to maugerate ahd put into use aucb a • system as Natura lias made provision for. An excited woods-man, who for two weeks baa been making an heroic aud . successful fight to save hit improve­ ments and timber from tpe ravages ol , tire, stated that scores of deer were pan­ ic stricken by the fire in one locality and perished. He also said that at night , grouse and othes birds, when disturbed, i instead of flying away from the fire, fly , into it like beetles and are to be found f in great numbers ready cooked, wher- . .ever the fire bas run at night. Thegame not only perishes in the fires but its shelter is destroyed and it will only re­ turn again when the forest is restored. The Gsine Warden and his deputies . should be trained and efficient Are fight­ ers and it should be made their duty to help other citizens of the state protect the game preserves. m should l^fes of , State and Federal authorities - send competent men along the 1[ , the Great Northern railroad to exatu- , ine the hundreds of incipient fires, the , majority of which have burned them selves out, that were evidently started by sparks from the locomotiv|t. The railroads are too big for local antbori- , ties to deal with. Statutes prohibiting . the setting of fires are and will remain “ dead letters\ as long as the Great Northern van ignore them with such * impunity. If J . /. Hill speaks on irri­ gation at the Helena fair, some one •lionld ask him what he knows about the use of screens on locomotive stacks. It is just possible that he may not know of such a devise, or of any other that would minimize the danger. Settlers are the efficient tire fighters. Thev not only make roads, which in themselves tend to check fires and fa- cilate speedy travel from one locality to another, but they free tlieir lands of rubbish and under growth so that in case fire does go through the heat gen­ erated at the gronnd is.not sufficient t< send the fire into the tree tops. They have more at interest than the salary of a forest ranger to arouse zeal sad im­ pel action. The government should lose no lime in so modifying its forest reserve policy as to encourage settle-1 meat on the arable lands embrac.-l in the reserves. The old soldiers from tbs Home went in e body to Kalispell last Thursday, and atTlyoli Park, joined with the old veterans of tbs county and went into camp for three days, renewed old ac­ quaintances, and had an enjoyable tloie. Speeches were deliverod by Rev. Craven. Fred Whiteside, and Bishop David H. Moore, and Judge J. E. Erick- eon. At the meeting Saturday some business was transacted and Columbia Falla was selected as the next place for their reunion. Officers were also elect­ ed as follows: President, H. A. Miller, Columbia Falls. First vice president, D. A. Snyder, Columbia Falla. Second vice president,-R. C. Palmer, Spring Creek. Secretary, D. W. C. O’Neil, Kalispell. Our Clubbing Offer The New M World THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION. e*d wherever the English Language la spoken For the autumn season now at hand the most valuable paper to you will be the New York Thrice-a-Week World, becauae it offers you more at the price than any other paper published any where in the world. This is a time of great events. We re haying great wara, and other chang- lof a stirring kind are occuring both at home and abroad. The Thrice-a- Week World comes to you every other day, except Sunday, with all ibe no folly, accurately and promptly told. The Thrice-a-Week World is fair ita political reports. You can get the truth from ita columns, whether Republican or Democrat, and that is what you want. The Thrice-a-Week World always has serial story running, and it is always a first class story by á first rises author. The Thrice-a-Week World publishes batter fiction than any other newspa- the United States. Special at­ tention is also given to markets, and there are many other valuable featuree. The Thrice-a-Week World’s regular subscription price is only $ 1.00 per vear, and this pays for 156 papéis. We offer this unequalled newspaper and the Col­ umbian together one year for $2.75. The regular subscription price of the two papers is $3.00. Relinquishment for Sale. 160 acres of timber, will cut 2,000,000 feet, nine*miles from Columbia Falla, on road to Nine Mile lake. For partic­ ulars inquire at the Columbian office. UKTOK BOKfSIEAJ, I. A. HI, HO, —Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at their hall over bank. ViaitiDg members cordially invited to attend. J. T. HrrcitiNsoi«, For. R. H. G arb , Cor. General Banking Business Transacted Foreign and Domsatlc Exchange. Th» fifth and most suceessfnl annual meeting «Í the Kalispell Mission of the ■Meihodist church was held hi Kalispell Aug 23 to 27. Bishop David H. Moore, of Portland Ore. presided and W. H. Shoaf acted as secretary. The appointments for the year at follows: F I R E - - H R E E S T S T JT L A JSrC E Pacific Fire underwritersembracing. Firemans Fund Insurance Co. Home Fire and Marine Insurance Co Michigan Fire and Marine Insurance j n BOuertER, Resident Agent T. K. MILLER ATTO R N E(/-AT-LA W. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln A Miller Block.* Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falla - * - Montana W H E N IN K A L IS P E L L T h e W e s t The moat popolar hotel la town. Stop at Subscribe for your Home Paper and keep posted on news of lo­ cal interest. $2.00 per year. Acre Tracts for Sale. . . The continued dry weather, with high winds, has made this a year to be re­ membered for disastrous tires. No es­ timate can be made of the damage alrea­ dy done to the forests in this county and the fires are still spreading and will continue to spread- until rain comet. Good advice to women. If you want . a beautiful complexion, clear skin, bright eyes, red lips, good health, take llolHster’e Rocky Mountain Tea. There is nothing like it. 35 cents, Tea cr Tab­ lets. Colombia Falla, Drug Co. HOUSE AND LOT FOR Si. A seven-room house in Columbia , Falls, located near the school and de­ pot. The house is back-plastered and plastered throughout, warm and ctini- lortable. Water in the yard. Good stone foundation and good stone walled cellar. This is a snap for some one. For particulars inquire at the Colutc- ' Irian office. Ti-ajn for Sale. Two black horses, ages five and six, weight about 2,560. t>oth mind, quire of O. M. Junk ins. \ ’ _ $2,100 Buys Columbia Falls circuit, W. H. Sliual. Eureka (Tobacco Plains) C. U. Black- bourne. Holt, W. H. Lavln. Libby, H. Roberts. Pine Grove, J. M. Eastland. burners, A. C. Snow. Whitebsli, O. A. While. Kalispell, station, F. L. Buzzsl. Dr. Uliuv, the new superintendent is Iruni Portland. He appears to man of wisdom and has already iiimded liiuiScll to. the pivucht-ro, only nerda to ho known to Ihe people generally to be appreciate^bv them. The »oik at Columbia Falls has t> rearranged a little. A pan ol the Elk Pnrk circuit ban been united to Colum­ bia Fails. The program lor the year will therclore l>e as tultows: Sunday-sat 11a. m.. Elk Park. Suuuays at 8 p. m. Columbia Fails. Fuat and third Sundays ol the month, 3 p. in. Soldiers’ home. Second aud fourth Sundays of the month 2:30 p. ui. Cavuse Praria. Did Case Decided. The case of Walter W. Small against 8- 0. Kakesnaw, involving ths rigli a ranch in llie Bad Rock district, lias had ihe liniebiug touch put to it in »upreuie court of the United .States ihe notice of the action of that cour Iieen received. by District Court Clerk Lang. The case was -Haded in 1898, Small asking the dretrici court to have Rat straw derlaied a trusiee for his benefit lor the ranch In question. Small had time claimed the land as a home- -tend, hut the cluim was jumped by \Rakestraw becauncof a failure on Small’ to comply with the requirements of the homestead law, as be claimed. Rakestraw nad received a patent from egovoinment, hut Small claimed that find been resuod under a wrong inter- elation of the facts by the secretary ol the interior. The district court decided in favor of Rakestraw, and the case was appealed the supreme court of the state, Then action was commenced iu the United ales court ou the ground that a federal question was involved. The court ■ led that it had jurisdiction, and ai peal was taken to the supreme court of the United States. That court has now decided against the claim of jurisdiction, holding that it was a question for the court to settle.- Rakestraw has ily sold the farm.—The Inter Lake. TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 18711. . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States land Office Kalispell Men tans August sth, 19H5. N OTICE Is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions ol the act ol Congress, 'fnteMnSto the m hm M CaUtonilh* * ' levads nnil Washington Territory, m m d lo all the public land states by act o! A Lvov H oove , if Columbia Falls.'comity ol Flathead, state ol (onlaua has this day It led in Ibis office her worn statement No. 93S. for the purchase ol .be lu>t 6. Sec IS; lots 5 S, HIV'- of section 27 lu tow nsh Ip 22 N, range 20 w, M' II., and will —orePeal°aabVe\loritt'tf * be* hut«!. sought Is tricaltural purposes, and lo establish Ills m tosaid land liefore the Register and Re- er at Kalispell. Montana, on Wednaxlay, 18th day ol October, l»H ie names as witnesses: Jacob Naltsllng, Iri/iu r t ln ,ill of'cidunfbla™¡OtoM?' \ ' “ * ........... !UTu«! 3 SKS 160 acre ranch With good buildings, one mile from depot, 95 acres bottom land, 26 acres in crop. Call at once at .Vdmbki-j •-itoforjm tticay*. he seen to lie appreciated. Tlirf town ia not incorporated and therefore, is not burdened with ths expenses of city government. It has no debt. It hus 300 voter* and keeps 200 children in school ten months in the year. The extension ol the Kalispell branch South through the Flathead Reserve, which wiH be open! for settlement next year, will give t„e already prosperous and solid town of Col­ umbia Falls a substantial boom mid force it to take iu place among the cilice of the first class in Montana. Now is the time to Buy. F o r .term s c a l l o n o r w r i t e to J . K . M I L L E R , 170 acres of timber including 15 nndcr cultivation, ail can be irrigated. Thir­ ty fruit trees nine years old all bearing, and 65 trees set out this spring. Fine location for summer resort. For partic­ ulars apply to or address Mrs. F kep H rbrig , C.hjulla i'a:ia MouL 7 / f a i n s S t o r e . 1 f e w ” The wires are all working and our i n ­ creased force of help are puting in full time to keep pace with the m er C l e a r a n c e S a l e . You will find our store a cool place to tradé. It takes of the close sultry tempera­ ture of 90 in the shade. i Clean-up on Everything in ✓ Summer Goods. Don’t miss it Yours for busy business I f . (o . The Columbian Job Room. J p o b ¡ ¡ P r i n t i n g L«tt«r Heads Statements Posters Noteheads Envelopes Dodgers Bill Heads Cards, Ete. Jh'rst-ciass tPaper Stock A ttra c t iv e 7ji/pe 'Design T j / i g C o l u m b i a n Columbia Falls, Mont. JEMF\ H ail Orders Solicited.

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