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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 April 1903

I STEEL TRACK 110 ADS EXPERIMENTING WITH THEM IN NE\A YORK CITY. Hott These HI K uvrny« of Steel Ar« Bnllt aiul Wu«t They Co»t—The Im mense SitvinK In lluulaue ou Thl« Style of H.iiklum;. The rviral, commercial and industrial interests, of this country have been sc much accustomed to depend upon ca nals and railroads to transport theii products to market that they have ha bitually neglected the arteries ovei which nearly all traffic originates— viz the common highway. Farmers auc other people living in the country an more interested than other citizens iz the construction and maintenance ol good highways, yet until a few years ago they displayed obstinate autipathj to help any movement in favor of Im proving the country's highways. The Orst systematic movement niadt to improve the country's highways waf originated by bicyclists when thai form of amusement was an active liv ing force, says a writer in the Autowo bile Magazine. The bicycle fantasj has passed, but It has been succeeded...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 April 1903

NBws ofti mm Things Heard, Said and Done by Our Neighbors. Iteported by Correspondents of The Gazette and Gathered from Other Sources. Ai,l!l()\. Roy Thompson, a lad about eight years of age, was seriously injured Tues day by being kicked by a horse he whh leading to water. His skull was frac tured aad he was taken to the hospital atColfax to have an operation per formed. v Dick Parr of Union Flat has erected a planing mill at this place near the depot. James McMahon, one of the players in the ball team here, had a finger quite badly hurt while playing ball Saturday Bert Jennings in a victim of measles coming home from hie place of work quite ill. Mrs. Crawford is quite ill from an a - tack of blood poison in her face and head. Mrs. Susan Loving is recovering from a severe attack of the grip. Violet Hull, a little girl 9 years of age, was kicked by a cow Tuesday even ing and slightly injured on one of her limbs. Herbert Wallace slipped and fell Sun day night spraining his wrist badl...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 17 April 1903

8 BUSINESS OF OUIM Continued from Fifth Pbrp. Tho Supt. of Khoob' certificate of formation of vfcool Diet. No. 164 whs approved, (he following being a descrip tion of the landc located in the district: Section* 7. 8, 9, 16, 17, IN, 1», 90, D hf and w qr of Sec. 21; w hf of Sec. 10, w hf and ue qr of ne qr of Sec. 10, nw qr of Be qr of Sec. 10 uli in Tp. 14 N, It. 40, E. W. M. The Supt. of pchooln' certificate of alterations of school districts 79 and lf»y wan approved. The following was the change made: Transferring from school Dift. No. 79 to school Dint. N<> 150, the 8 hf of nw qr and hw qr of 16, 18 44 (excepting a tract therein.) The Supt. of schools' certificate of a! terationH of boundaries of school dis trict* NoB. 1 and 46 was approved, thn following change being made, to wit: Seqr of Sec. 316 43 transferred from Dist. 46 to Dist. No. 1. Bids. The bid of A. Valk for building the 60 --foot county bridge across Union flat near the Anderson farm for the turn of f 625 00, ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 April 1903

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR. WE WANT To Inform the Public We have just received the prettiest line of Wash and Dress Goods ever shown in Colfax; consist ing of Swiss Faconne, Leno Silk Tissue, Tuscon Pique, Stripe Oxfords, Roxane Batiste, Breton Dimities and various other Wash Fabrics. MT'jj 11/* 17" HikCUk *or cn ' and Children, in lace effects, •*- d/lll^y .EAvJ&Vy stripes and other deaigne. The ffiunson Shirt Waist Criterion gdw^h Clothing 1 r| ||y^Jk for Fit, Neatness of \^^^^^^ Workmanship and m HI Stylish Appearance \ V t la excelled by no ready-to-wear Vl> '\' I -"I clothing. We ask all to compare |H jf Prices and Quality W v i, '±% with any other line. /MJ Juvenile Suits vy § in Sailor Blouse and Norfolks 7^<£teffr^9 for the little fellows. The Grocery Department Is full of choice things to eat. Take your list and ring up Main 621. We Want Country Produce. TO MAKE ROOM FOR CARPENTERS We will give you some extraordinary low prices on Furniture, Carpets, Sto...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 April 1903

2 INLAND EMPIRE BALL Colfax, Dayton, Walla Walla and Pendleton League. Work on the Colfax Grounds is Progressing Nicely—Players are "Limbering Up." The organisation of the Inland Em pire league was completed ar Walla Walla last week and a *cl» duje of games made and all of the minor details of the association were considered and ar ranged at that meeting. The Colfax organization will be known as the "Pa lousers." The schedule as arranged provides for 68 games during 16 weeks and four days play at four games a week. Colfax, Dayton, Walla Walla and Pendleton compose the league and national protection will be secured. The salary limit is $700. A forfeit fund of $200 each must be posted and an emergency fund will be provided. A sinking fund of 5 per cent of the grops receipts was agreed upon. The officers of the association are: President, Robert Burns, Walla Walla; vice presidents, R. E. Guichard of Walla Walla, Judge G. A. Hartman of Pendle ton, Judge C. F. Miller of Dayton, W. S. Yea...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 April 1903

MO. A A [op I IPPITT^ SEEIES °F WEDNESDAY SXJEPRISE SALES IV~ I "I 111 I 0 ■WEDNESDAY, APEIL 29, 1903 WATCH FOR LIPPITT'S AD NEXT WEEK If you want to find out where you can save money on all your purchases at any time, call on JULIUS LIPPITT, THE PMEER MERCHANT" Colfax, M COUNTY RECORDS Title to (iood Palouse Realty is Swapped for Coin. Mortgages on Liands and Chattels Given and Released—Bills of Sale Filed. Patonra and Receipts. U S to Aiiiok ,T R eh patent ne qr ne qr 7 12 4(5. U S to Jaa B Barr pat se or 14 15 40. l>eed». Whitman Co to J F Harper Its 5 and 6 bk 12 Smith's ad Pal»u<>e Chas W Kipuel to F J Mahoney it 5 bk 4 McDs ad Tekoa 10 00 Wm VVhyte to Geo Merritt It 11 b 16 Beach's arl Palouae 100 00 Mark I Martin to H C Alguard It 3 b 26 Uolfax 1 00 Annie MaHtin to H C Alguard It 3 bk 20 Colfax 600 00 Jacob H Lausch to town of Elberton tract Elberton 100 Geo Stepheuson to John Young se qr „,2113 45 5000 00 JSttaaor Inmau to Peter L Van Tine «w qr ue qr nw qr seqr 22 ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 April 1903

i COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established. 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax m second class matter. BOBBCRIPTION RATES. 81x Month*, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. Official Paper of tbe City of Colfax O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 7:45 p.m. To Spokane 6:00 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To Pendleton 11:05 am. 7:45 p.m. From Moscow. 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:50 p.m. At last iron has been found at the "very door of Spokane." They must be getting down to a hard proposition. According to the Spokesman Review the "Era of mergers is all but over," Maybe it is, but most of us would rather take some other paper's word for it. There is not another town in the state of Washington of 2500 inhabitants which can show as large postoffice re ceipts as Colfax. That item alone is one of the best evidences of a prosperous community. The weather is in good condition now and those people who are "...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 April 1903

=THE BOSTON DENTISTS= Have opened the finest and most complete Dental Office in the Northwest in the Binnard Block at Colfax Wash. where we are prepared to do highest class dental work at moderate prices. We Make a Specialty of Gold Grown and Bridge Work The most beautiful, durable and painless of all Dental Work known to the profession. We will extract teeth Free of Charge until May Ist For the next 30 days, beginning Monday, April 20, we will make the following prices, in order to introduce you to our painless methods, and to our office. Full Set Teeth - - - $5.00 Gold Crowns - - $5.00 Bridge Work - $5.00 Do not fail to take advantage of this great opportunity to get first-class dental work at a moderate cost. LADY ATTENDANT. Phone Main 691. Open Evenings Until 9 o'clock THE BOSTON DENTISTS THE SENTIMENTAL GIRL. Home of Her Traits—Why She Readi "Mushy" Novels. "The sentimental girl or woman misses a good deal out of life." This was the remark of Mrs. Worldlywise. "Why. I thought t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 April 1903

6 Hie^ Ti £- I^;':F^6*aM In a bulletin on the Texas fever In lattle the Mississippi experiment sta tion reports that the disease Is an in fectious fever, caused by the growth of an animal parasite, which breaks down the red blood cells and produce* a fever somewhat similar to malaria In people. Calves have a mild attack, and the infection Is carried by cattle ticks. Any animal, native or Imported, 1h liable to an attack where the ticks are allowed to get on them, and, while Taccination is useful in making ani mals immune, the best method is to keep them free from the ticks, says Professor S. N. Doty. In treating sick animals the first step is to remove nil ticks, and in buying new animals and bringing them on a (arm where the fever has been thej should first be vaccinated and all the sheds and barns freed of ticks. The calves suffer less than the full grown cows, and these are often deliberately given the fever to protect them from a more disastrous attack later in life. Extensive e...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 April 1903

IWS OP THE COUNTY Things Heard, Said and Done by Our Neighbors. Reported bj CorrnHpondenta of The Gazette and Uatliered from Other SnuriTh, ALBION. Grandma Harrow, who had been a resident of this place for some time, and who by her sweet and kindly way**' had endeared herself to all who knew ber panned from thin life on the motoing of April 17th, her death being caused by heart failure. Grandma aro^e Friday morning apparently well hh common, eatir g a hearty breakfast and going about her work as usual. Suddenly and without warning she expired. The sad news became known and kind hands were boou performing the last cad offices for the dead. Tlie funeral was held at the United Breaihern church Sunday, drandma Harrow wan a most devout Christian. Rev Keuuyer, better known as "Grandpa Keno.yer," conducted the services in a touching mariner. The flvinil offerings wore profuse, both at the ebureh and at the cemetery, where a number of little girls dad gathered wild flower* and Hfrewn the gr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 24 April 1903

8 IMPROVES THE TOWN HOW AN ORGANIZATION IS CLEANING THE MOUND CITY. T*e St. I.nnia Civic Impovement Lraiiur'n Oniade For Municipal <1. n uliiK s«.— \\ hut the Ansoclatlon Ilaa Accomplished. The work of the Civic Improvement leagua of St. Louis to improve and beautify that city is attracting a great deal of attention, and village ini'.>rove uient societies in many parts of the country are adopting some of the league's methods to good advantage. Those who are interested in town im provement may get some valuable sug gestions from the following article pub lished in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, In which the secretary of the league tells what the organization has accom plished: The Civic Improvement league of St. Louis is not quite one year old, and yet its membership is 1,200. The fees are $2 a year. That keeps up the ex penses. Headquarters are necessary, and there is the cost of literature, cor respondence and lectures. The league has already demonstrated the possibilities of S...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 May 1903

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR. ANNOUNCEMENT To the People of Lacrosse and Surrounding Country: We have purchased the business and store building of the Lacrosse Mercantile Company and will be in shape to cater to your wants on Saturday, May 2nd. An Enlarged Store and Stock We have had the store building completely remodeled and enlarged, to make room tor a greatly increased stock; a stock that will be varied enough to meet all your wants, as we have added nearly twenty different lines. We Invite You, One and All, to come and see our store and inspect our stock. You will find only the newest things and at the lowest city prices. This store is connected with Forty Large Department Stores which gives us tremendous buying advantages and will enable us at all times to give you more for your money than any other store. We are showing the newest and choicest Spring Merchandise and will be pleased to show you anything from the following lines: Dry floods, staple and fancy, Ladies' T...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 May 1903

s PALOUStS AT WORK Leagne Team Has Gone to Pendleton to Open. Will Return to Colfax About May 12 to Cross Bats With Day ton on May 14, 15, Hi. 17. The "I'alousern," otherwise known an the Colfax league team, left Wednesday morning for Pendletnn, where they opened the season in that city yesterday against the Kant Oregoninns. The team as signed by Manager Mcl'hee lines up as follows: "Tootsie" Somers, pitcher; W. Case, catcher; Tommy West, shortstop; Dan Binnard, first base; Jack Miller, spcond base; Jack Clyne, third base; A.C. Ruple, right field; Rome Uipley, left field; J. C. Lawrence, center field; Joe Mahaffey, fielder. In this team there are three boys who may be placed in the pitchers' box, aside from the regular pitcher. They are Ripley, Lawrence, Ruple and Mahaffey. Manager McPhee considers that he has signed an exceptionally strong team and proposes to hold up the Colfax end of the league and make the boys play ball. There will be no "boozing" allowed among the members of t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 May 1903

N= 45 OF I IPPIITS SERIES °F WEDNESDAY SUEPEISE SALES 1 J Ui fI Q WEDNESDAY, MAT 6, 1903 Lippitt Proposes to Make Things Interesting' This week, commencing May Ist and continuing throughout the week ending Saturday, May 9th. A .ale on Lace Curtains just when every housekeeper wants to make her home look its prettiest; There is a Shoe Sale tha gives triple value for the prices asked, and there are bargains all over the house in seasonable things that everybody wants. The Charm of Shopping Is Shopping at Lippitt's A 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE Annual Spring Sale of p~~~~~~_ __ — to C« rtal n 3 and Curtain Material, P^l^EZ T , , , H°"seb<>ld Liuc"s With housecleaning time at hand the sale becomes doubly im- Thompson Glove Fitting Corsets department of Lippitt s is fully prepared to meet the portent. In this sale you will find Nottinghams, Irish Point, J. B. Corsets demand for household supplies that the great occasion scarcely Brussels, Renaissance, Arabian, Marie Antoinette, Etc. ...

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. — 1 May 1903

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax ai second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEB. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-fire per cent discount for advance payment. official Paper of the City of Colfax O. R. * N. Time Card. To Portland. 7:45 p.m. To Spokane 6:00 a.m. 3:10 p.m. To Pendleton 11:05 am. 7 -A~> p. m. From Moscow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:50 p.m. Next week the Inland Empire league has its inning, the fans have had theirs. The republican party is not without its faults, but the democratic party - which has so many sins of ommission and commission to answer for —should hardly hope to be its critic. "The aim of the reorganizes is not to harmonize, but to republicauize the democratic party," says the Colfax Com moner. Now really, brother, don't you think something worse than that could befall you? The Commoner does not wish to recognize the "reorganizes" of the...

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. — 1 May 1903

BPJNABD BLOCK, COLFAX, WASHINGTON "] BOSTON DENTISTS=| Have opened the finest and most complete I g Dental Office in the Northwest in the I | Binnard Block at Colfax Wash. I | where we are prepared to ,1« highest class dental work at moderate prices. « We Make a Specialty of Gold Crown and Bridge Work I g The "«rt beautiful, durable and painless of all Dental Work known to the profession. C | mjvilUxtract teeth Free of Charge m^M^~M „ PQ For the next 30 days, beginning 3ionday, April 20, we will make the follo^in^ g prices, in order to introduce you to our painless methods, and to our office. % ft Full Set Teeth - - - $5.00 g H Gold Crowns - - $5.00 H Bridge Work - - - $5.00 Do not fail to take advantage of this great opportunity to get first-class dental work at a moderate cost LADY ATTENDANT. Phone Main 691. Open Evenings Until 9 o'clock BINNARD BLOCK, COLFAX, WASHINGTON I HE HANDY KITCHEN CONVENIENCES FOR EASING THE LA- BORS OF THE COOK. A Complete Kitchen Cabinet — The Kitchen S...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 May 1903

6 BUILT BY CONVICTS. EMPLOYMENT OF PRISONERS ON ROADS IN THE SOUTH. Urn of the Different States on Thin Subject— How the ConTlcts Work on the Public Highways—Cost of MaintaJnlnK Them. The use of convict labor in public roadbulldlng is most largely practiced In the States of Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina and Kentucky in the order named, writes A. .). Holmes in the yearbook of the department of agriculture. In Virginia, where only twenty-three con victs are reported as having been used on the public roads of the state, and these confined to four counties, and in Alabama, where only twenty-live con victs are reported as being used on the public roads in two counties, the sys tem Ih still in its infancy. In Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi the system has been more largely adopted. In the states of Virginia, West Vir ginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Florida and (Jeorgia CONVICTS BUILDING A ISOAD. prisoners convicted of mis...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 May 1903

IWS OF TflE COUNTY Things Heard, Said and Done by Onr Neighbors. Reported by Correspondents of The Gazette and Gathered from Other Sources. ALBION. Dr. J. F. Hall suffered an attack of grippe the fore part of the week. Measles have become an epidemic here. Five members of the Jennings family are down with the disease. J. O'Kelley is quite ill with la grippe. Clare Baker it* recovering from an at tack of measles. Grandma Gilder died at the home of Ben Manning last week, her death being caused by heart failure. She was buried in the cemetery here last Friday. Her funeral was held at the Christian church, Key. Smith of Pullman officiating. Mollie Claus-Short is suffering from rheumatism of the throat, the effects of In grippe. "Uncle" Bob Evans and wife returned Monday from Eden valley, where they went last week to attend the funeral of their son's wife, Mrs. George Evans. The annual school meeting for the election of Hchool director and for other business, will be held at the school b...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 May 1903

8 I $4.00 Walking Skirts for $2,98 QPFOIAI QA I F $2'oo Mticoats for $U9 Specials in Walking Skirts. V*£ I Law I M Wmmm \J #TL Im fans Specials in Petticoats. Made of Brown, Black and Oxford Gray Women's Fine Mercerized Sateen Petti- Cheviot, wide Hare with rows of Silk OF coats, with 12-inch flounce, three rows of stitching and straps of same material with I J" 'II 1 Ol T L fl JL cording, full flare, they come in Black srjsg 1.1.. 82.98 Ladies Most stylish garments | :i::t,r »LBo It is a Sale not only greater in scope than any and all contemporaneous efforts, but also more forceful in its eoonomies. It will prove to be a mercantile event -which should engross the attention of every woman interested in the up-to-date and most stylish ready-to-wear gar ments, as it comprehends the best products of the best makers. Every garment is perfect in cut, finish and style, highly tailored, it con sists of the pick of two of the most prominent New York wholesale houses, purchased by C. H. "Woo...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 May 1903

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR. "When in Doubt Buy at' RED FRONT CLOTHING GO. H. KAMINSKY, Prop. It's quality that counts. In all the af fairs of life, it's quality that counts. The men at the head of the world's greatest institutions today, the men in charge of vast enterprises, the men who lead in thought and action, are men of quality. The difference be tween success and failure is marked by quality. The quality of this store is what makes it a potent factor in the world of trade—makes it count in the estimation of those who insist on hav ing the best. Our new Spring Stock is now ready for inspection. The very latest styles in Men's and Boy's Clothing, Furnish ings, Hats, Shoes, Etc., right up to date, at prices to suit everybody. Red Front Clothing Co. Agent for Douglas and Florsheim Shoes H. KAMINSKY, Tiger Hats. Prop'r. Lame &d Banker "DIAMOND LAND" A quarter section only a mile and a half from Diamond, with a IDOTTVIV HILL FULL Fine orchard, good house, barn, cellar...

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