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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 May 1900

MTIIILOON LEAGUE Aims and Objects of This New Organization. Intends to Work Alonjj Three Lines Agitation. Legislation and Law Enforcement. Considerable discussion lihh been in 'lhll'kl in by those anacqaaioted with the objects and aima of the Anti Saloon League an to the nature and intentions of that organization, a report of whose meeting last week was published by The Uaxette. Thelflague is, comparatively, :< new organization here, and for the in formation of those desironsof learning its nature and intentions The (liz^tte lias secured the following statement from one of the prominent workers in 'he local organisation: Throe Principal Objects. 'The Anti Saloon League may bent be understood by a reference to some state ments contained iv itn declaration of principles," said this authority, "In distinction from the prohibition party it w not a party at all, but a constitu ency. Itsaimisthe federation of the good of all parties against the saloon, to unify the 'balance of power' f...

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. — 18 May 1900

t COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASK, PUBLISHER. K>ta)jlißhe<i, 1H77. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second cIaRS matter. BOBBCBIRIOH RATK.s. Si x Months, postapre paid One Dollar One Tear, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per rout discount for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NFWSPAPKII Since 1890 the revenue (if the post office department has increased from 07 (•'•nts to $1.80 per capita of population. <>ur transpacific trade has made enor mous strides in recent years to China, Japan, Hawaii and Australia. Expan sion of this character is valuable. Exports of American agricultural products are reaching every corner of the globe, and our farmers realize the beneficial results of a broad and liberal foreign policy. Over $26 per capita of money in <ir i illation is certainly better than the $21 per capita circulation in I«St)G. It also proves the false campaign arguments used by the calamity howlers in 1896. It can not be denied that the Inked States is more prospero...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 May 1900

WHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Muny Country Points. CLKAK CHEEK Fine growing weather. Fall has never looked better than now Sprta* sown grain m coming up and a fine yield m expected. Farmers here are working their snmn.er fallow down. If one third of the fruit tree blo-soma set the trees will be so heavily weighted with traitm to prove injurious The black-cap raspberry promisee an enor mous yield this season. The Bartlett pear crop will he an unusual one Many variety of apples will be rather liKhtalon^' the creek. Cri-p, toothsome radishes, succulent lettuce and . other^green ( things edible, are on the ranch lull of fare for change. Agents are now working'the country dis tricts a*| never before. Lookout! First pay your debts. 1 hen buy what you need on the farm or in the home. Not until then can you afford to invest. I he thrifty farmer haa a lot of odd jobs laid by for a rainy day. You can always tell a poor farm when the owner says he has noth ing t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 18 May 1900

6 THE CODNTV'S AFFAIRS The Official Proceedings of the Hoard of Commissioners. Rills I'aitl. Coyote Scalps Counted and the Koads and Bridges Looked Af'cer. Commisnioner"s proceedings (or May 7, 8, 9 and 10, litOO. The board of county commimioneni met pursuant to adjournment on Mon day, May 7th, 1000. ilnad Matters. The hearing of the viewers report of the Vanskike and Morrow change in Carroll road wa* continued to June sth, at 1 p. m., for further hearing. The viewers report of the proponed John Brink road was filed and time net for hearing for June sth, at 10 a. m. The viewers report of the proposed La (ropse and Willow creek road was filed and time set for hearing for Jane sth, at 11 a. in. A petition was filed asking for the establishment of a road to be known as tlie EL .J. Howard road, and K. ('. Mur ray, county surveyor, Jas. Angus and (ieorge Howe were appointed viewers of the proponed road. A petition was filed asking for the establishment of a road to be known as the licLeo...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 May 1900

JTHR.COLFAX GAZETTE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Scold if the Boy's Hose wear out —it is not his fault. Buy him a pair of our Never-Wear-Out and you will both be happier. Through an extraordinary effort of the Cash Buyer's Union (of which we are a member) by placing an order for 2700 dozen of Boys' Bicycle Hose direct to the manufacturers, we now own the best Bicycle Hose ever offered. Others get 25 cents for this quality, and if ours are not as good, we will give you a new pair free of charge. Our price. . . .10 CeiltS Wasli GroocLs. We have a beautiful line, ranging in price from 8. 1, to 35 cents per yard. OUR GUARANTEE: Money back if goods are not satinfactorv. THE FAIR The Place to Save Money. WAITE BLOCK, MAIN STKKKT, COLFAX, WASHINGTON MILLINERY *1900* MILLINERY Our Spring Opening of Ladies' Hats, Bonnets and Millinery Garniture WAS AN EVENT IN COLFAX AND CONTINUES AVITH GREAT SUCCESS Mrs. .1. Fisher will take pleasure in receiving and attending to the calls of her many lady patron...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 May 1900

2 MIGIITV WEAK TICKET Democracy Chose Men Who Have Suffered Defeat. Some of the Olhern Were I'opulibt Renegades Who <^ame Over for Oflicp. The ticket pitted by the democrats against the republicans of Whitman in their convention last week is remark able for but one thing. That is it* as tonishing weakness. In great measure the nominating body selected the old saws of the party, and when a more than ordinary fit of atupiditj seized up on the convention, old broken down hacks and turncoats from the populists were eagerly pnt up f"r slaughter. Nearly nil who have not been hereto fore turned down at the polls have been for 3earn Becking in vain with line tooth combs for the elut-ive offices which Hhy at even democrats of standing. These, and the place-hunting renegades frr>m populism were generally pat on the ticket after the lirnt man named had de clined with thanks, frightened by the handwriting on the wall after the popu lists had spurned their love making and refused to be tak...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 May 1900

THREE CENTS A Mill Passenger Faros Tared Down Hie State Kailroads. Tlhj Voluntarily (.rant More Than W.-iN Ever Asked I{> Any Sta«<> lif gisla«ure. [Yaveler* in P7a«bington can booo in!,- l»v rail for :s cent* » mil.-, instead of 1 ceotM, art now chanced, ~» cents im rharged recently, and 7 to lo cent* when the railways lir.-t peuetrated fhentate. The Northern Pacific bae officially an nounced this reduction on ith lin\>H in Wanbington and Oregon, to Income <ff-iiv. July 1. The <ireat Northern has dune the mi on its line in Wauh niutoii, him) the Oregon Railway & Navigation Company will rertainly fol low on it« Washington and Oregon linen. One thousand mile books art- to be wold for li'^-cntH iiiHtcnd of .'{ eenta a mile. Tlmk v^ the most sweeping reduction sel made by western roads and places i lie people t.f the mountainous coun try upon the same tooting with those of moat of the more level and populous states farther east. Coming voluntarily, hh it doe*, upo...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 May 1900

4 COLPAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1H77. Entered at the portß&M at Colfax as Fecond clans matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Vt vnr, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for Hilvanee payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWHPAI'KK Sawing nn Second Fiddle. Pour yearn ago the democratic nation al convention wan held before tlmt of the populists. By swinuing ovn to the populist creed ami Dominating for presi dent a man who had supported (Jen. Weaver in 1892, tbe democrat* secured h eonpk te fosion with the popolists ex cept hh to the rice-prenidencj, and that made no difference in the electoral vote, rnya the Olympian. The solid populist vote in 1896 went to Bryan. This year 'he populists are divided. <>i:e wing will not go with the democrats. The other in ready to face, hut on condition that it first names the candidate on a plat form of its own kind. The platform has been revved in advance by Brjan and the rest of the...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 May 1900

>YHAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters lull or Interesting News Notes From Many t'onutry Points. GUY. Mrs. Susan Loving in upending a few w»>''kfl with a friend at Yineland. John McMahan in building the founda inn of the < hrist ian church. Kelson McArthur and family, from C.uuas prairie, are visiting here. \V. C. T. I . meets ;it the home of Mrs. Sarah Marquis Friday, May 2~>, at 3 p. in. I . 1! people will bold their qaartetif meeting at the church here next Sunday. Nearly every bosh and Hhrult haH a big nest of ugly looking worms thin season.- We wonder what is their particular mission? Maerabee Knights will give an ice cream and strawberry festival iv their ball Saturday evening, May 2G. We never Haw butterflies in nuy coun try an numerous as they are here this spring. Wonder what that is a sign ol? Mr*. E. V. Cunningham and daughters Stella and Opal, have gone to the Will amette valley, Oregon, to visit friends. Miss Tillottsonof St. Paul, Minnesota] an elocutionist of some fam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 May 1900

fi THREE GREAT ISSUES Continued from Firj-t I'age. pacity for production in the factories, while the agricultural interests already have a limit to capacity for production iv nature's restriction as to quantity of productive soil. The downward tendency in prices for manufactured commodities, like a river, may be interfered with for awhile, but only for a time: for in nature's funda mental laws in written man's destiny, and that destiny is none other than what would be expected by the wise in a fur-seeing and beneficent creator. Trusts generally are not formed to raise prices, but seek their profits in economy in centralization of manage ment, in the gradual increase in the de mand and in restricting capacity for production. Of course, there are ex ceptions. Hut nature in her fundament al laws has the remedy, and among those laws will not be found merely de nunciation of trusts by the democratic party. Today comes word that local passenger fares in this Htate are reduced by the .Nort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 June 1900

THg^COLFAX GAZETTE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. JQ| We Bid for O^ Your Business /f^O on the meritß of our merchandise. We aim to [$&%^/h/i/fki\ 8P" tlie l)est th'H country produces in our par- Wfflfawl/l'wMfWk. ticular lines, hut we do not lose Right of the mmmwPMW \ fa. c( that n. ot pvery mnn can aff(ml to buy the SWw/ ■!:' lliw''\ <\ "'tthee< priced goods. Therefore we have cater ■ffiy-W/V/ifflil'il'' fl h1 '" the wantH "f the InflHH<'"- and we can as f 'ifltti lin Hureour patrons that the lowest priced garment Mmll iKSIw ill '" "lir HtOr, e iH BUNected to the same rigid test MW UUiWM nH to d«r?»»Hity and wearing quality of cloth, S|: ' f'olor or linings as the highest priced. ih\ i^jSf'' /Mf ()ur purchasing power and commercial filV": WlilF .MB courage makes it possible to offer you better lift: ' !ilnW '"''^m K°(»dH for Il'*' same price than any other house J^T'' if A SPECIAL OFFER A" (><> l Men's Suits ■l|fL I ui:d!ci-;i> from %~ r>o to It is no exaggerat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 June 1900

2 CROPS AND POLITICS Wheat ami Republicanism Are Growing Finely. General I'rosperHy Has Entrenched I lie Parly of Progress in Good Position. The weather and the crops are always subjects prolific of the Palouse country, and never have these two subjects been discussed with more general satisfaction than during the past three months. The weather haw apparently been made to order for the development of vegetation. All cia-ineH of crops, grain, grans, fruit and vegetables, have made a perfect growth. No vegetation has been re tarded or destroyed by front*", nor has any languished by reason of lack of rain, nor drowned out by too great an amount of precipitation. Naturally the people of the county are jubilant over the prospect. (Jrain crops are fully a month ahead of previous years and tin- acreage is large, writes the Colfaz correspondent of the Walla Walla Union. All that is now needed in a 60 cent a bushel price for wheat this fall, when it is expected that the earnings of the count...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 June 1900

SLASHED HIS THROAT Chiog, i Chinese Uambler, Mur dered Sunday Morning. "Highbinder" of Tartar Blood Ac cased and Captured at I'enawawa. A bloody Chinese murder, done | 0 t he regulation bloodthirsty style of the Oriental, occurred Sunday morning at 1 o'clock at t'olfax. The deed was com mitted in a narrow alley between two Chinese shack a at the north end of Main street bridge and wan not witnessed by anyone. Chin*, a Uttinese gambler on bifl way to bed, was waylaid in a email court, struck a terrific Mow which eom ptetH.v shattered his right cheek hone and knocked down. The murderer then cut bifl throat, apparently with a heavy knife. The blade w«« driven into China's throat just to the left of the center until the point Btrack the vertebrae and then Blashed to the right bide. The Adam's apple was cot equarely in twain. The jugular yeja was not Revered, but the large ;;rtericH were grazed by the knife and laid bare. The windpipe was sev ered, but notwithstanding the terrible wonnda...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 June 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. KsUblished, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per rent discount for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NEWSi'APKR O. R. & N. Time Card. To Spokane 5:15 a.m. 2:20 p.m. To Portland 10:45 am. 7:10 p.rr. From Moscow 10:35 a.m. 0:40 p.m. To Moscow 2:25 p.m. 7:40 p.m. Stages lieave Colfax For Almota Mon., Wed., Fri., 7:00 a.m. Venawawii. Tue., Thur., Sat., 7:00 a.m. Thornton Tue., Thur., Sat., 7sOO a.m. Western packers paid $4.80 per 100 pi inn!- for l>eef in 1890. Bat they paid $0.20 iti 18!M>. The farmers got the in crease. Do they want to go back to democratic price*? The democracy in LB6O wanted to steal Cuba willy niily and went before the peo ple on that issue, says the Walia Walla Union. There was no thought then of the "consent of the governed." Bryan, of course, is as much of a popuHst as Wharton Bar...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 June 1900

A'HAT NEIGHBORS DO Letters Full of Interesting News Notes From Many Country Points. GUY. Mrs. Jennie Thompson has gone east on a visit to her father and other rela tives. Nearly |40 were taken in at the Mac cabee ice cream and strawberry festival Saturday night. Mta Ollie Downs of Pullman will sing two sojos at the entertainment here Fri day night. This alone will be worth price of admission. Mr*. Alice Keith has a peony Btalk which has borne at one time this spring over sixty full grows blooms. Cutworms are getting in their work in good Bhape on the cabbage plants. Ortha Downs was elected delegate for the coming U. 15. conference at the quarterly meeting Sunday, with Mrs. Sarah Marquis alternate. Conference will be held at Dayton this year, begin ning June 20. W. C. T. D. will meet at the church thin coming Friday, at 3 p. m. Business and general matters are to be discussed. 0. J. Loving is having his boose new ly painted. College students are full of business, preparing for commen...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 June 1900

6 BRYAN AND TBB PACTS His Dismal Prophesies Have Not Proved Out. People and Nation Have Grown l»f<-ide<lly Prosperous Where He Predicted Ruin. Candidate Bryan recently made light ning trips from Texas to Minnesota and from Washington to Massachusetts tell ing his hard luck story, with a view, of course, of convincing people that there Hhould be a change in the government, nays the Tacoma Lodger. If these stories had foundation and coald be verified by facts and figures his campaign would prove effective and no doubt successful. Unfortunately for the apostle of free silver, anti-imperialism, anti-militarism, anti-protection and anti-everything that, is established, Ihh assertions do not stand when the facts are given. In Washington Bryan preached hard times to the farmers who have paid their debts in the past four years and have in creased their deposits in the state bauks several millions of dollars, besides buy ing more land, pianos, top buggies and other luxuries. He preache...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 June 1900

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. A^IHON KUHN, Colfax's Greatest Store, No Other Store in This City is as busy as Kuliii'h—No other store offerH such extraordinary values and irre sistible inducements—lt'a the prices and the sturdy qualities that make this the favorite shopping place of all shrewd, economical persons. PHENOMENAL SALE BARGAINS which will crowd our store to its utmost capacity and keep us busy throughout the entire week. I nhi'itrd of bargains in a fine quality of I Dr>-t<B Ginghams in plaid, stripe or check, former prices Be, 10c, lL'ic, IV, for this week, |>er yard 5c Scotch Lawns in stripes, checks, plaids and figured, former prices (i^c, 7c, <Se, 10c, for this sale, per yard 4c Apron Ginghams in brown and white, blue and white, green and white and black ami white check, for this sale, p<r yard 4u Dimities -Imported French Dimities in a dainty variety of colors and styles, sold everywhere f.»r 30c, 33 l-3c and Sic, for thin Kile, por yard 15...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 June 1900

2 mn BETTER BOND Sheriff Not Satisfied With De France's Security. Shawnee Warehouse Sold and An AssefiHiiient lievied to Square Ip Ac-counts. Chan. De France, under §1000 bond in the second charge against him in which he in accused of larceny of wheat from the Shawnee warehouse, was notified Thursday by Sheriff Cauutt that the bond on this charge was considered in sufficient and that it must be strength ened. He was given a reasonable time in which to secure the required security for his presence in court when called, the old bond to stand in the meanwhile. The bond is signed by .Jos. Kennedy, Mrs. Humphrey ami (i. \V. Ford. SHAWNEE WAREHOUSE SOLI). Peculation* Sweep the Corpora- lion Oui of Existence. According to au agreement entered in to by the farmers wlio hud wheat Btored in the Slmwnee warehouse and tbestock boldera of the company, the people who had grain in store which cannot now be accounted for except through the pecu lations of \V. H. Clifford, the managing agent, find h...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 June 1900

BULLET IN HIS BRAIN ArUmr B. Hislop Ended His Life at Tekoa. Kissed His Wile and Without a Word Walked Out to a Sui cide's Death. Arthur B. Sislop blew bis brains out in a chicken house near bis residence at Tekoa at an early hour Monday morn ing. The shot was from a bulldog re volver and entered the right temple. It passed straight through bis head and lodged beneath the skin of the left temple. Death was no doubt instan taneous. The grewsome discovery of the body was made by the suicide's wife an hour or two after the deed. His Head Hurt Him. Mrs. Bi«lop was satisfied that her husband raicided. The pintol with which it was done wiih one bought, by him for her as protection against tramps. No one except be and herself knew where it was kept. The lady Rays her husband wuh some years ago badly injured in a railroad wreck, and that since that ac cident he bud often Buffered with severe pains in his bead. Throughout the oigtat previous to bin suicide the man had complained of severe pa...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 June 1900

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as second class matter. (SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty.-five per rent discount for advance payment. COUNTY OFFICIAL NKWSPAPEK O. It. & N. Time Card. To Spokane 5:45 a.m. 2:20 p.m. To Portland. 10:45 am. 7:10 p.m. From Moscow 10::5f> a.m. <i:4O p.m. To Ifosoow 2:2") p.m. 7:40 p.m. Stages lieave Colfax For Almota Man., Wed., Fri., 7:00 a.m. Ponawawa. Tue., Thar., Sat., 7:00 a.m. Thornton. Tue., Thur., Sat., 7:00 am. The Whitman county democracy has beeutr\ingto emtilate Jonah, but the whale of populism has stuck in the wide open throat. Democrats are a queer lot of populist cattle. The only trouble with the Simon pure is that the populist will not con sort with a democrat. The scarcity of issues for democratic campaigning is shown in the eagerness of the leaders of that party to lug in the South African war and oth...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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