The Columbian (Columbia Falls, Mont.) 1905-1925, September 02, 1905, Image 3

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M e n s ’ W Lad ies’ •Ohildren and B o y s ’ B a b y Moccasins. A-complete Hne of ■Stetson and Patterson- - H A T S . H A T S . And other cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The large« line-intown of Mens’ « i i d JBo^s’ The Swellest and Largest lane of Golf Shirts. : pi me . : Resort for young men. i HOLCOMB, Prop. t t t t t m t i t t t T h e City .Beat Market Wholesale and Retail. A l l kinds o f fresh, salt­ ed and smoked « . T / J e a t f . , Chickens, Oysters, and fresh fish as the market affords. R. W. Main wae a business visitor at Kalispell Monday. All the latest magazines and periodi­ cals at tbe-Celumbia Falla Drug-Co. Go to Main’s hall Monday night, the foot ball boys will treat yon good. Chat. Oleon went to Kalispell Mon­ day on business boiore the U. S. Land Office. Don’t ehoot at everything that looks ko a deer, yon might hit something that only has the buck fever. Milk ami cream—Get yonr milk and cream of the Columbia Daily. Good quality, delivered morning and evening. A E. Purveyance and nephew, Mr. McKelvey, of Vandergraft, Penn., has gone to tbe Oil field* country for a sev­ eral weeks outing. Governor Toole has issued his nanal Labor day proclamation calling for its observance as a public holiday. Mon­ day, Sept. 4, is the date. Take advantage of the -Clubbing offer in ibis issue. Road it. The New York World three times a week for a year, and TheColutnbinn-for f2,76. Manager B. P. Bartleron, of the State Mill, and wife, returned Tuesday night ftoni -Portland, where they visited Ills Lewis and ClarkA exposition ___ Mr. Coe, a cousin of -J. M. Grist, of this place, arrived from Kansan last eek, and is visiting here on his way to the Lewis and Clarke exposition. W. E. Logan, president of the Colum­ bia Falls Lumber Co., arrived from the east the first of the week, and spent the week here at (he company's office. Dr. and Mrs. Gregg, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. li. Poss several days, departed Tuesday morning for Eureka. The doctor ib looking up a location. Mr. and Mrs. Sams, father and motb- • id Mrs. Slioaf of this place, departed '!“ P ” “ \ * T\ \ M, M , m two -lot. in Colimbi. * \ '• b' «\ hr Fall., .¡lb ftm . Rood lot. lo . . Mctow. Id... .1,. will KeoiMd, addition far $1,225 Ob r te-eral iio.k.. Joow Ko.m .,0 E. A. Souihwick.of Great Falls is the ' \ ---- : ---- - — ■— ---- ■ J H S T E V E N S A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W •Practice in State and Federal ‘Courts and before the Land Office \Notary Public, Postoffice Block. Kalispell - ■- Montana. ¡LI 'Columbia Falls T I M E C A R D : W est B ocnti . iNb. 3, departs .................... 10:05 A. M. No. 1, departs .................... 10:23 P. M. •EAst -B ound . ■No. 4, departs .................. 8:50 A.M. •No. 2, departs .................... 9:10 A. M. ‘K altspkll B ranch . ■East—No. 246 arrives .......... 8:35 A. M. 'East—No.'248 arrives ---- ---- 9:00 P. M. West—No.245 departs ......... 10:15 a. M. HVest—No.247. departs ......... 10:33 P. M. H0U.I8TWS Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Buy Hedld&e far Buy Fsopls. Bring* Qoldsn Health and Renewed Vigor. A specific for Oonstlpatlon, Indigestion. Lire f e W s ’ iS S i i S f t S f f S i S E K and Backache. It's Boexy Mountain Tea In tab. lilt form, SB cent* a box. Genuine made by BoujnxR D rug C ompany , Madison, Wil. «OLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE If you want to buy 'or sell anything, place ■a notice of same in T h e Columbian. H A L L Soft drinks of all kinds ICE CREAM dis. •For Sale. A good payibg^bnsiness in a good lo­ cation. visb to dispose of my 'business and property in Colombia Falls Mont.,'in* cluding store bnilding, showcases, fix­ tures, stationary goods, stock of candies, cigars and tobacco, fishing tackle, and a small stock of millinery goods. My e is located in the center ol the town two lots, together with a three room dwelling house and a good sized barn woodshed and ice house. The lots are fenced, water in the yard, and every thing handy to do business with. Come see me. A. G. F oster . For Sale. proprietor and editor of the Wlnte- tlali Pilot. We welcome Mr. Southwlck to the county, and sincerely hope that ably pilot that ship among tlie stumps than did bis'predecessors at tbe helm. Died—The infant son of Mr. and Mr*. V. Taft, at their home in this place, on Monday the 28th day of August. The child was onemonth old at I he time of its death. Interment wae made at Woodlawn Cemetery on Wednesday tlio 30th iust. School begins Tuesday and the young: .people will enter another term of study. The boys with browned faces, some with j a leg or arm bound np, or walking witli ] tch, all bear^the appearance of hav- j ing enjoyed their vacatiop, .will take their booka and study with renewed ! vigor, in anticipation of another vacation\ ) come. Al. Wiegand and Riohard Willough­ by returned Tuesday from the Oil fields Oil creek, Mont., where they have been doing assessment work, and some locating during the past several weeks. Al reports a heavy forest fire raging ibove the line on the Canadian side ind it is doing considerable damage to good timber in that section. The fire is burniug toward Montana and will nnlesa a heavy rain coine9 soon) be on this side. Two Good Locations. I have secured two good relinquish­ ments on No. 1 ranches of 160 acres each, which I will locate any party on reasonably. Inquiro cl J . N. S wanson . •The f. Howls, S B CUY KIM SUISORSHITB f O W 5 PKUT. G Off. Rob Hall is ill at his home with ty­ phoid fever. Tl(e forest-fires in' this section and the North Fork country are welk under con- troll at this‘ time. ‘Men are ont in all the fired districts patrolling and watch­ ing that new fires do not start. A. L. Jordan, of the Columbia Falls Luniher Co. has been loading 31 cars of lumber this week, but tbe broad smile he is wearing ie not occasioned by that fact, but he wears it up from Kalispell •y morning. Hois now the father bouncing baby boy, born Tuesday, Aug.-29. LoU Butterfield, \who has conducted, the Junction Lunch counter ut the ilk* pot for the past two years, closed that place of business today. 'Low lias other opportunities in sight and as soon as he disposes of his stock and building will nharkin another business enterprise. A re you larking in strength and vigor? re you weak? Are you in pain? Do you feol all rundown? The blessinguf ■h'-altli and strength come to all who uN> Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 ■cents. Columbia Falla Drug Co. The Colombia Falls Athletic Associa­ tion'will gice.^an entertainment at I Main’s hall Monday night. The enter-! tniiiiiient will consist of a literary and musical program wiiich will be followed by the sale of lunch baskets. After the I lunches are disposed of and eaten, danc-! ing will be in order. Good music has beeu secured by the hoys and a general good time is looked for. Mr. E. M. Brown and Miss Florence -Etlileen Tate were married Thursday evening at the M. E. church yi Kalispell. After the ceremony a reception given at the home oi the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tate. The bride is well and favorably known in Columbia Falls, having resid­ ed hero with here with her parents for tuber of years. The groom is an in­ surance agent and is well known through­ out the county. The newly married couple has the best wishes of their many friends in this place, and may their mar­ ried life be a long nnd lmppy - T a ft, El s e t ha gen £* C(J. SUCCESSORS TO • C A R R <fe POSS. • SDKALERS j* IN= 11 « Flour and Feed. | Building Material. School Notes. Staple and fancy Groceries. Cigars and Tobacros. Fresh Fruits, Confections. Stationery, School Supplies. his baking powder? Miss Etta Kinsman, the teacher for the seventh and eighth grades, arrived last Tuesday. Site comes witli Several years successful exp-rience and un­ doubtedly will be a-strong teacher. The school building is being their* oughby cleaned and is no-.v in excellent condition. A uew recitation room lias been equipped and quite a number more pupils cun-be accommodated than be­ fore. Monday afternoon, Sept. 4, at tho school house I shall be glad to meet any pupil or parent who wishes to enquire or make any arrangement before school begins. School opens Tuesday, Sept. 5. We hope the enrollment may be ns complete ns possible as it gives the work a mud; better beginning. T. A. B ctciirr ; Principal. Rhenmatism, gout, backache, acid poison, arS results of kidney tronhle. Hollister’s ltocky Mountain Tea goes di­ rectly to the seat of the disease and cures whon all else fails. 35 Columbia Falls Drug Co. a TUT \COST M!y 1C n tir e Stock o f S h elf- Gr oocls Cv eiylhir? in m Siore except Flour and 5u?aT At Flat Cost I This Sale Begins July 17 th, 1905 . t Monday V . S. S T R Y K E R . C h a r m Champion Improve­ ments are found only on Champion Machines i p i o n B inders They stand to- M o w e rs day among the \ H C x i l f O Leaders of the world . in this class of Farm - t T R l C G S Machinery ' T w i l i e . j f c u t c h i n s o n f f i r o s . X. O. O. If. Building. N e w ly Opened Meals aai Lcd|i&| Free Bns meets all Trains. John SchandersT Prop. PRICES MODERATE. -A cordial invitation extended to everybody to call while visiting for tho trains. Plenty of free reading matter to pass the titnc, and make vou feel at heme. L. C. B U T T E R F IE L D , Prop’r, TRIB A GUARANTEED CURE FOR D R U N K E N E S S Cigarette, Pipe, Cigar and Chewing Tobacco H

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