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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 April 1900

MADE LOVE TO POPS n«Miio<rals Think They Are Just Too Sweet for Anything Committee of Thirty-six Decided To Make a Dollar Dinner Off of Them. The democratic county central com mittee—oral least that element which wan present at ■ committee meeting beld at t'ulfnx, Tuesday, when :\<) oat of G7 precincts was represented—is aching in every bone to gobble up the populists of ilic county. There was an almost unanimous sentiment expressed that honeyed words should be smeared over flic populists, and that they be swal lowed like the white of an egg, that democracy might be saved. The committee meeting called the county nominating convention imd the convention for diction of delegates to the state convention for May 17, the *niiie day upon which the populist coun ty convention in to meet to choose three candidates for each office to be referred back to the people, for them to Ray which art' the worst two of the three. Thin date was chosen in order to make the Bwallowing process more c...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 April 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, I'UBLISHEK. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second class matter. SDBSCRII'TION RATEB. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent diaooant for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSI'AI'KK It doesn't afford the old line democrats much comfort to see all of these populist conventions indorse Bryan. It must make them think that this is to be a campaign between republicanism and -a new fashioned populism which is to be labeled democracy. Well, that is about what it will be, nays the Tacoma Ledger. Chehalis Examiner: The populist theory of referendum does not, apparently, ex tend to county politics. The formality of county conventions is completely ig nored. The various precinct chairmen vote themselves in as delegates to the state convention without the assistance of any initiative on the part of their "(•lain" followers. Over on the sound the Bryan followers are telling it loudly that...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 April 1900

WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING. Ill' Some BY ANNETTE <M" tllc Unusual CRAWFORD, Oft . (<r ****** 01 the "Unquiet Sex." •v !l 1 - motbor from Creston, la., with seven children to look after was ing cars, the '20 feet of rope trailing behind the mother and the little ones fastened to it at every few feet. Mrs. William B. Lowe of Atlanta president of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, has been appoint ed honorary president from America of the woman's board of the Paris ex position. Mrs. W. Y. Atkinson of Georgia, wid ow of the late governor and well known in the best social circles of the south, has just become state agent of several fire and life insurance com panies. While it takes courage for a woman to enter fields where women are already in competition with men it calls for heroism for one to enter a line which has heretofore been assign ed to men alone. Mrs. Helen Morris Iladley recently started on a continental tour with her husband, Dr. Arthur T. Iladley, presi dent of Yale u...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 April 1900

G *~*2k £/* K^/ 7? 7i j Ysrf" iri I 1 * THE FARM WATER SYSTEM. ll}<lrnullc Ttniim—Device For lime One With Iti»u(ll<-l<-iit Fall. A permanent farm water supply fur household, stable and irrigation pur poses is becoming more and more rec ognized as desirable and necessary. Tin' schemes fur currying water are various. A correspondent who has found satisfaction in a hydraulic ram, having used it live years, sends a sketch of his arrangement to the Ohio Farmer, with the following comment: "It pumps water for my garden, greenhouses and plant beds and will Jill a 100 barrel tank at a height of 30 feet, 300 feet from the ram, every 24 WATER BAM SYSTEM. hours easily. The size I use takes 2 inch feed pipe with 1 inch discharge. one can get any size wanted from three-quarter inch to 4 Inches feed and three-eighths Inch to 21^ inches dis charge, and to use from two gallons to 150 gallons per minute and cost from $5 up to $<!."). The size I use, No. .".. will cost from $11 to $13. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 April 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Pali 9t Interesting News Notes From Many Country Points. CLBAR CREEK Weather continues favorable for spriug work. Theatriped bogs are playing havoc with early gardens. Farmers here are nearly, or quite, t hr«uJizh seeding. <^uite an acreage has been sown in this lorality. The face of nature in gay with wild Bowers a-bloom—and socfa a mmnnflo as they carry to the human heart. I wiHh everybody on this earth might love flowers. Flowers can do so much for a man or a woman. Fiowera of ten speak to ufl when our own words Beem power less to express what we really mean. They are the daintiest bits of (Jods handiwork. Their message in divine. Like an April day, "shadow and sun- Bbine is life." But ho the dowers grow, and "we come to June by the way of March." Thecurraot worm in buHy getting in its work this spriritr. With a little cure and forethought thin pent can begotten rid of. [f the farmer had a mire market for rruilsand vegetables, it would encour age him ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 April 1900

8 A SERMON ON FUSION What a Mid-ltoader From (»eor- gla Told the Or/rc:oniaiis. Talk About Imp'rrialiMit Is All Clap-trap, ami the Democrats Well Know It. .1. B. Otfbonw of Georgia, who is in Oregon hh a representative of the inid roiid popolists, in opposition to the fu- Hiou of the populists and democrats, spoke an follows at Medford: "Mauy of our people were led astray by the promises and apparent reforms of the demo cratic party. Ido not wish it for myself, or for anyone else, to have the power to say what political party any citizen t-hali support. Hut the time has come when men can no longer iitliliate with the populist and d« mo cratic parties at the same time. Those of us who beliete in the principles of populism will stand for the party of populism, and those who think the democratic party good enough for them will have to announce that they are democrats. The democratic party has never stood for the principles of popalUm, but until 1896 were its open, bitter opponents "The...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 May 1900

THE^COLFAX GAZETTE y/s/# ''On/. ~ ■ — . OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. SPECIAL SALE OF UNDER MUSLINS We announce to the Ladies of this community our SECOND SPECIAL BALE <>F [TNDER MUSLINS for 1900, commencing Thursday, April 2(5 ''"^^ Saturday, May 19 In this naif we will show a special line of latent designs manufactured for us by the leading New England millH. We have eight special lota, as a part of this great purchase, and trust you will take the time to look it over carefully We are proud of our reputation on this line of merchandise, and wish to thank the ladies upon whose good will and patronage onr success has been achieved in the miHt and will be maintained in the future. A full line of ' Drawers, Gowns, Skirts and Corset Covers. Come in and see them—we know you will be pleased. OUR GUARANTEE: Money back if goods art not satisfactory. THE FAIR The Place to Save Money. WAITK BLOCK, MAIN STRKKT, COLFAX, WASHINGTON Ladies' Tailor Suits! 0, itP^vi ' The laßt shipment having just ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 May 1900

2 THE JIiRV DISAGREED Stood Eigkt to Four for Convic- tion of William Clifford. Convicted On the First Trial In Ten Minutett lor Ijarceny of I'.ai Icy.* The jury in the Mcood Clifford case,for larceny of 1000 t>ijhht-ln of wheat fr<un Ucorgc Strieb, disagreed and was dis charged Thortdaj morning at 10 o'clock, after being out since 8 o'clock Toeaday night, and after ali hope of an agreement was abandoned. Tlie lirnt ballot stood <> for conviction, 5 for ac quittal and one blank; second ballot <i for conviction, <» for acquittal; third ballot, 7 for conviction, 5 tor acquittal; fourth ballot, 8 for conviction, 4 for ac quittal, and thus it wan throughout all the remaining ballots. Convicted On Fir&t Count. W. 11. Clifford, on trial in the superior court, when The Gazette went to press hint week, for larceny by embezzlement of two carloads of barley stored by Jos. I). Evans in the Bhawnee warehouse, was found guilty by the jury, as charged, in ten minutes. The in...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 May 1900

HDD FELLOWS' NIGHT Commemorated Anniversary oi Founding of the Order. Excellent Addceaa Hj J. N. lMekrell and .ludjio B K. Hanna— <«(»<»d I'ro^raiii. In Odd lellow circles April 2G is a big •lay. It marks the anniversaries of the founding ol Odd Fellowship and is cele l'r.ited in every lodge room all over the world Thesis anniversary was cele brated Friday night iv a pleasing and hu cesgful way under the auspices of Col fax.Lodge Nu. 14 aud Verona Kebekah L dge No. 13 A. large audience greeted the opening exercises at the opera house, among Whom were forty or fifty victors from neighboring towns. I'alouse and I'ull mao each being liberally represented 1 he program opened with an orchestra overture, followed by an address of wel «•<"»•' by J. N I'ickrell, past grand of the order, which is priuted below, a recita tion, A Legion of Hregenz," by Mise Laura Barbee of the high school won much commendation; while a sweet song by Miss Pearl Van Loon won an encore and was responded ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 May 1900

i COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, l-ÜBUPWEK. Established, 1877. Entered at the pootoffice at CoHax as second clans matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid O.ie Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance ]>uyinent. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSPAPEK The platform adopted by the republi cans in 1896 is national history n 1900. It is a hiut for the nixt four years too clear to be mistaken aud too valuable to be neglected. Paul Kruger is reported to be worth 125,000,000. Have the people who are sympathising with him ever stopped to think what they would aay about a man who got that rich in office over here? An Omaha paper is disturbed over the remark that the Bryan hurrah doesn't mean votes. That editor ought to buy an annual almanac and look over the election returns. Any published since 1896 will answer. The Atlanta Constitution suys Geor gians have sold their cotton at from $5 to $10 more a bale than they expected, and then forgets to repeat ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 May 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO letters lull of Interesting News Notes From Many Country Point*. LA CHOSSK. About an inch and a half of nnow Ml : .t thin place on the morning of April 2G. Mm. Veend and daughter, Miss Mary, of Wall-t Walla, an' the j,u»>BtH of (Jrand hih Cbandli r, who i^ Mm. Yeend'n sister. Miss Birdie Slocam, niece of Mrs. J. M. Ciimp, who lihn been stopping with relatives a( Waitsburg since last Jana bit, returned on Saturday's train. MisK Allie Bowman and Mi*s Eunice Phillips, of Pampa, drove op here last Saturday and returned by the Willow creek r»ind. Some of the La Crome yonng people want to know why they took this, the long way home. The carpenters and brick masons are Im-y doing )> general repairing busineeH at thi* point. They arc putting in a new Hour to the depot office, and are building brick flues for the depot and section house. Mr. and Mrs. .lames llamptou went to the county neat la*t week. Peter McGregor, of McGregor Hros., the successful sheep men of the Ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 May 1900

6 ON BRIAN'S SPEECH Sensible (One lus ions of ■ Wise Republican Farmer. Position <>r the Democratic Candi date it* One of the Most Ar rant Dfiiiagojjuery. (\.lfax, Auril 30.—Mr. Bryan, the great apot-tle of the democracy, has come and gone. 11 it feet are shod with the demo-populi-st pre paration of the gospel of free silver, anti trust and anti-expansion. Possessed of a pleasant address and an ex cellent Voice, be is well qualified to play in his chosen role. Of sententious opinions and suggestions his remarks were plethoric. Of argument and logic to clinch his statements then- was a sad lack Ostensibly, he is right ing trusts. In fact, he is wooing every po litical zephyr that may help to waft him to the presidential chair; and he is not at all averse to the practice ot a little dernagoguery to attain his end. In the main, he inculcates the doctrines that characterized his addresses of four years auo. The burden of his song ih: "Nothing coiid can come out of republican ism."...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 May 1900

THE, COLFAX GAZETTE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. y 20 Shirts r 25c M The Economy I r-i I Shirt Bosom Pad No More Laundry Bills to Pay. The newest aod most startling novelty. Not only an endless source of Fun Amazement and Mystery, but a Useful, Practical Article, a Money Saver, and an actual boon to every Man. Our Shirt Bosom Pad consists <>f ten reTeraible and detachable double bosoms in layers, each having a different design of bosom on each side, making 20 complete bosoms of stylish pat tern, tit and finish. The pad is very light, cool and flexible, being less than one- Bixteentfa <>f an inch thick, complete. For Summer they are cool and com fortable, even in the hottest weather. Perspiration don't hurt them. Try Them and Save £*2O to £:{() a Year in Laundry Bills. Mail orders promptly filled upon receipt of 25c. Sole A.4jeiit«. MI LUNEM*I9OO* MILLINERY Our Spring Opening of Ladies' Hats, Bonnets and Millinery Garniture WAS AN EVENT IN COLFAX AND CONTINUES WITH GREAT SUCCES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 May 1900

2 SMOOTH JOHN TOBIN Touched (he Treasury With His Fine Kalian Hand. Cashed a Warrant Alter Two Years Which Had Hern Camelled By the CotnmlMionen. Smooth John Tohin, former populist audi tor of Whitman county, has finally succeeded in touching the county treasury for SlL'O with a warrant which had been ordered cancelled. Gazette readers may remember that at the March, lSl'tf, meeting of the commissioners Tobin presented a bill for $120 for postage on a campaign document. This bill had form erly been rejected by Commissioners T>yons, Davis and Bancroft. Recognizing the poli tical value to them of his campaign document when it was sent out in August, 1895, the several employes of Mr. Tobin contributed most of the 8120 needed. When Tobin presented this Ml] in March, 1898, ore of these contributors, Clarence Tarbet. demanded his if'AQ back in caee Tobin collected from the c unity. The bill was pre sented to Commimionars Davis ami Stephens in tha absence <>f Hinchliff, and they o...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 May 1900

1118 LITTLE HATCHET (hin Shoiii; (iashed the Face of Hart Huoy Lon«:. Karly Su!!«!.•>> Morning; Row in ih«- Bank llley <»m Chinese Den. \ i-ions of highbinders Bitted through lhl' '"""' "f Hu.-v Lonit, a Chinese devotee of the faro layout, at an early hour Sunday moraiog, when Ci.in Bbong, a cook, assaulted him with a Hatchet and a choice string ol Celestial daeaics. Sotue damage wiis done to the pock ui.H k. (i couuti uaoee ol Hut y, Chin hav iug buried oue coruer of \,in hatchet alongside bid nose. J be t rouble arose in one of i be (Shiaese dens at the north »nd of Main street bridge. Chin, the man with v hatchet, earns the wherewithal for hin pipe dreams and other heathen pleasures in the kitchen of Julian Howard's home, and has always borne the reputation of a peaceable and industrious man. Huev Long has been in the habit of tarrying before the tiger's jaws, often until the wee ama' hours of the morning, when he sought the bunk alley of the Chinese lodging house and ma...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 May 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postofflcc at C'olfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postape paiil One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cont discount for "advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSPAPKK The antis agree that the expansion of the past has been a blessing to the coun try, and that the old time antis were wrong in their opposition to it. A na tion, like an individual, must either ad vance or retrograde. Our country is all ri^lit. The Pennsylvania legislature refused to elect MatthewS. Qoaj United States senator. Tbe governor appointed him. The senate then refused him a seat. It is well. If legislatures will persist in deadlocks, let their states do without representation. Admiral Dewey declares himself a dem ocrat, and says "(hat ought to indicate where 1 stand on vital issues." As pres ent day democracy is gauged by the cen sors to mean support of Mr. Bryan per haps George isn't full...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 May 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Many Country Points. LA CItOSSK. Mother Barth is looking ber very best ut present. Her hills and valleyß are covered with the lovely green grass, and here and there the beautiful flowers stand smiling and wafting their rich Fragrance to the passers by. The La Crowe Hotel is under new management, Mr. Shobe having re tired. Mrs. If. A. Hubbard took pos session on the sth. She will be assisted by her daughter, Edith. We were eorrv to see Mr. Shobe go out, but other busf DCM needed dm attention. We are con fident the new management will gi ye good satisfaction, and we wish them un bounded BnCCCOD. The Pampa train unloaded ties alonir the road as it went down last Sunday McGregor I.ron are shearing their sheep now. Itta Hickey has returned to her home near here and was out to the Parana Sunday school and church Sunday last \Vet-k\v Lemons was in town Saturday' Daily trains will soon run between here and Wnstuehna, we hear. Mr....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 May 1900

6 EXPANSION BENEFITS New Possessions Will Help the American Farmer. Chief of the Bectlon <>i Foreign Market*. Depart merit of A» Sericulture, lie port H.fJwc.HVBO Washington, May 1. "The American farmer,an well aH the American manufacturer, ih reaping the benefits of expansion," paid Frank EL Hitchcock, chief of the. section of foreign markets in the department of agricul ture, when diseasing the expansion question today. £j"Uur isles <.f agricultural products abroad daring the past three years, 1897-1899 were over $500,000,000 greater than in the preced ing three years, 1894-1896. This enormous gain affords some idea of the possibilities that await further development of our agricultural trade. "Wider markets are becoming not only an advantage, but a necessity. The products of our farms, like the products of our factories, are increasirg far beyond our own require ments, and the surplus thus resulting must be disposed of abroad or we shall have a constant glut in the home ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 May 1900

THB^OLFAX GAZETTE. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. "MEET ME AT KUHN'S" Colfax's Greatest Store. THIRD WEEK OF OUR MAY SALES. Extraordinary raloM on all sides, ddigfatiajc old customers and winning new ones jih never befon —the neult of nhrewd, careful buying, reliable retailin«- anc judicious, honest advertising. The Benefit of our Great Buying is Yours to Take Quick Advantage of. For the benefit of our eustomerH who could not take advantage of our great Rale last week, we will continue it through thin week, to and including Monday May 2lHt. " Jl Ladies' Shirt Waists. Figured Foulard Silks. Than are too many to describe. See J u neat designs and attractive color di«play in nh.»w window. For this sale 2~c Ing-Sl Buitable for either dresses or waists, for thin sale, per yard 12ic Cotton AVasli Goods. Wash Silks. All the dominating and wanted styles. In stripes or checks only, sold every :f i-inch li^ht or dark pround Percale where for TiOc, for this sale, per yard 25c in i.lai k stripes, check...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 May 1900

2 WORSTED DEMOCRATS They Faithfully Expected Pop- ulists to Fraternize. Hut, Goodness) tirac-iouH, the Peo ples* 1 I'arty Memhors Were Mean. The democratic convention was well attend ed, but it was also the moat disappointed body of fusion hunters ever assembled in Whitman county. When it accepted with great alacrity a fusion proposition said to come from the populist convention just before noon the dem ocrat! all felt gay. They thought they had the populists iv their toils. But when, by a vote of r>4 to ."44, the populists refused in the afternoon to be responsible for anything done by a democrat it was a knockout blow. A few democrats had the vitality to fight, but the convention fell flit as a Hitter, and all after proceedings wire perfunctory. It. C. kfcCroskey, Eacho and (ioodyear were heavily sat upon wh-never they dared to open their fusion mouths. I)H>IOCKATS WERE THKKK. But They Were Hunting a Chance to Fuse. Secretary Mac Ken/ie opened the demo cratic county conventi...

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