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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 September 1903

I TWO Bill) Ml JAILED Fat (^u hin and Harry White, Desperate Characters. The Sheriff's Office Captures Three Men With Burglar** Outfit- Wanted in Portland. In (be strong cages at tlie county jail are three men who, from nil appearances are profc—ional burglars. The charge which now stands against them is whop lift inn and the evidence which is being gathered may enable the authoi tie« to prefer ■ moreserioas one. The nampH of these men bh given are (ins PeteflKO, I'atrick Quinn and Hurry White. Peter nen hh.vh be in 32 years old, Qainn claims to be 21 and White 38 Last Kriday during the bosy tradinir hours thcne fellows and two otherH who have not aH yet been captured, entei.d several stoivs on Main Street and pro Beaded to cany away goods of every de Hcription, although their ioc'inarion went mostly toward inen'H clothing. Several suits weie Htolen from the Leader Htore and never*] suits of boy's clothes were taken from The Fair. Ah noon aH the sheriff's office was notified Depuans...

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. — 25 September 1903

TI COUNTY RECORDS Title to Uood Palouae Realty is Swapped for Coin. >li>nnanfN on l.tiiilx and Chattels Given and Ke I eased— Bills of Sale Filed. Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States to heirs of Moses A MeConnell patent to eh seq nwq se(| neq ewq 14-17-42 Deeds. Win G Mohnndro to Thomas 8 Secrest sh neq nh seq 18 20-45. . 5870 Flora A Bartlett to R M Camp bell iind ' , interst swq 14 part seq 15 15 44 1700 Cyras W Dowell to John J Ver non lot 8 blk 17 Garfield 250 Charity Stevens to Win R Belvail lot 2 hlk 12 Wiley's add Palouee GOO Lillis F Smith to Jemima McKay eeq seq eh ewq seq 82-17 41 1100 Joel E Brown to Charlotte C Brown lot 0 hlk X & und »., int in lots 7 & X hlk S Garfield 1 Julius Lippitt to Win Collard west 27 ft. of lot 7 east 17 ft of lot 8 blk \) Pitcb'fl add Palouse 1100 .1 \V Snyder to 11 II Conover lease wh nee 13 wwq 121(1-41 (ienevia B Karll to Marion Free man neq seq 20-16-43 1000 (•ha? A Pain ton to F J Mahoney lot 6 hlk G McDonald's add Te k...

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. — 25 September 1903

I COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN GHASK, PUBLISHER. HiUbltshed, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as seeoud class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid ..Two Dollar« Tweuty-nve per cent discouut for Rdvanee payment. County and City Official Paper. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland 7:4f. p.m. To Spokane 6:00 a.m. :>:10 p.m. To IVniilnton 11:05 am. 7:45 p.m. From Iftoaoow 10:15 a.m. 8:00 p.m. To Moscow ll:l. r >a.m. 7:50 p.m. IMIoh l'lper Meltrifle Combine. The Qasstte has been a consistent and persistent champion of the principles and policies advocated by the repsblicai] party ever since its first issue down to the present time, it has, from time to time, taken exceptions to 11»intr« done by that party and to Home of the men wh<> «en> working to control and will continue ho to do, believing that thereby the b<-st good CM he accomplished for its party. Much aH this paper regrets that it jh ever necceoßary to work agai...

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. — 25 September 1903

Auditor's Annual Exhibit OF THE Finances of Whitman County State of Washington From July 1, 1902 to June 30, 1903 GENERAL STATEMENT OF ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEAR 1902. Values as Returned by Assessor. Farm realty, total value of land and iraprove nients $ 7.471.550 Town realty, total value of lands and improve ments 1,464,485 Railroad realty—Assessment main and side tracks, but not lands 1,543,645 Personal property, value exclusive of exemptions. 2,335,442 Total value of taxable property in Whitman Coun ty. 19°2 $12,815,122 Value as Equalized by County Board of Equalization. Farm realty, total value of land and improve ments $ 7,471,320 Town realty, total value of land and improve ments 1,463,315 Railroad realty—Assessment main and side tracks, but not. lands 1,543,645 Person*] property, exclusive of exemptions 2,334,952 Total value of all taxable property in Whitman Count y, 1902 $12,813 232 Value as Equalized by the State Board of Equalization. Farm realty, total value of lands and im...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 September 1903

G Disbursements. Remittance I 2,041.97 Balance June 30, 1903 53.19 $ 2,095.16 UNIONTOWN. Receipts. Balance July 1. 1902 $ 21.44 Ta\<'.< collected 62.91 County tax sale -92 $ 85.27 Disbursements. Remittance $ 83.41 Balance June SO, 1903 1.80 $ 85.27 SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS. Cash in treasury July 1, 1902 $118,222.49 General—Siate 35,203.31 Military—State 3,156.62 Interest- Suite 3,138.96 School—State 77,391.12 Cut rent expense—County 80,021.56 School—County 124,850.84 School district —special 50,040.74 School district—general 128,700.67 Road district 29,342.41 Road and bridge 20,503.51 Indigent soldiers 443.71 Institute 186.00 Sinking fund 13,274.31 Colfax 11,706.94 Collon 109.38 Elberton 367.38 Farming! on 22.52 Garfield 2,458.18 Oakesdale 1,420.73 Palouse 5,317.21 Pullman 7,248.18 Rosalia 1.22 Tekoa 1,849.75 Union! own 63.83 Total $715,101.63 SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENTS. General—State $ 36,013.92 Military—State 3,225.37 Interest—State 3,202.88 School—State 79,010.73 Current expense—C...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 September 1903

IN THE PHILIPPINES CLIMATE NOT DEADLY TO THOSE WHO TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES. Many Enropean Merchant- and Con »ut S..n> HllK , v Heam , [Special Correspondence.] Manila, July 15. In newspapers from the states occaskmallj one sees dennn r.atlon of the dreadful Philippine, cli ■"ate, chieflj from persona who have Dever ' ° h "'-<'- Bui even American army officers and HoldJers, usually gol dlerS, WIW have seen service in the is lands are sometimes quoted as saying Hiat this dreadful climate is not lit for a while man to live in worse, that ac tually a white man cannot live in it. Now. 1 have been here long enough to give testimony on this and several FILIPINO HOYS HATHING. other points and purpose to put before you some of the facts in the case as known to me. To begin, my lodging boose used to be "befo" the war" ■ One old Spanish residence off a main street. On the coiner where our street crosses that main street is a house of drinking and eating, especially drinking, kept by v Sp...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 September 1903

3 SIR THOMAS. LIFE SAVER How Lipton Rescued Imperiled Spectators of Yacht Race. HIS OWN LAUNCH NEAELT LOST. In the IVoih of a Terriflp Gale the Iti.ioiiii Takrx Four \\ •mi.ii From lii.nMr.l I'li-.-iiuri llont—AssuiueN < .1111 runu<J of tl>«' Craft, WhoNe Man- trr YVha Ii«/«-«1 by leeMCMt Black skies streaked with flashes of lightning, a seething squall tearing boats from their moorings and sending a lli'i ' of yachts, both steam and sail, driving to leeward until these were a crashing and splintering of Bpars and bulwarks, and in nil of tlii< Sir Thomas Lijiton in ■ half swamped launch has tening to the rescue of Imperiled wo men, was tlif scene <»1T Sand; Hook fol lowing the second of the series of races for the America's cup, says the New York Herald. 11l b terrific squall from the north west that broke over the Sandy Hook anchorage the brigantine rigged steam jracht Mlita. belonging to John H. Plagler, vice commodore of the Atlantic Yacht dub, with Mrs. Mandetick....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 September 1903

ITUF CRfIT [KTCfiU wnitman counts's Greatest ana pn riV imCM'ui jjt bnLAI LAO tnli Most popular store IULUa, WAoH N | 1 Satupday.Sept. 28 Great Opening Sale of Sjw[ km 1 |-aakar|DRESS GOODS AND SILKS 1 I §J " " " Saturday, September 26 S i-'Swkbbss special Beted Prices for Ttoe Days-May, Sairty, Monday 25T -J ———_^__——««______ at ;>Oc each, go at 40c each or m § 50 pairs 10-4 Grey Blanket, SP- es tire -^VS reSS G°°dS ' SllkS and FanCy «*„ m •* § 5, BoftoStton nee.*, a reguitr cfe Waistmgs included in one great reduction sale «&C SUlt | § value. for Saturday only. 3 1 39c pair Twenty Per Cent Discount Twenty Per Cent Discount w^^EV^S! § S ,n • 77" No matter what class of Dress Goods you may desire, it is aTeatlv to your advantao-p ' fe 0 ,u,v,s white Shaker Fian- to purchase them here during this sale. g y y aavantage g f g Q [| a -J^ood weight, for Saturday Among the many New Fall Novelties included in this sale we mention but few: Fancy I* 03 , Z™l* SJ ?J bell*es ' famines. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 25 September 1903

10 Khe result of our last week's Special utumn Sale was a success. The re spouse was greater than was expected. Throngs of sharp and economical buy ers took advantage of our special of ferings. The sharp reductions made on New Fall Goods were matchless. Countless Cases, Bundles and Bales of Fall Merchandise are turning up every day. Many of them were purchased underpriced by our New York buyer, and thereby we are in a position to offer greater bargains than any of our competitors. Compare our prices and you will acknowledge that we are the leaders in low prices. SECOND SPECIAL SALE OF FALL MERCHANDISE All Goods Are Marked in Plain Figures—One Price and The Lowest Amoskeag Teaseldown Outing 1 Flannel Uphl AnioskPHg TeasHdown Outing Flannel, soft heavy quality, has a fluffy fleecing in nil pretty dtsign cheek*, and stripe light and g, medium dark shade, sold elsewhere for 12% c, sale price Saturday, At*, per yard Corset and Girdle Oiler. i ' ' -> 7A \ A _ LOMFELO MODEI 7. r >e L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. rWKNTY-SKVFATH YEAR. PLATT & DRECER SS^. HARVEST IS OVER Buying Time is Here I.* 1! us call your attention to the many attractive things that await you in our store. Of course you will want a new dress, «o we will talk Dress Goods first. Paris Says Sidelines and Broad Cloths So if you want to be like the rest of the world in fashion, you should get one or the Other, We have both, but when you visit our dress goods de partment you will not be obliged to confine your thoughts to either of the tirst popular fabrics. There are others quite as beautiful—your selection can be made from an extensive collection of the very newest dress weaves in vogue. Laatroas Mohairs, Crepe Fancies, Nub Fancies, French Voile, Etamine, Poplin, Prunella, Drap D'Altna, Drap de Etc, Melrose, Cords, Fancy Wafctings, etc. These in black and white and all the new colorings. Prices range from 50c to $4 00 per yard. Eeady-to-"Wear Apparel For "Women, Misses and Children And as a matter of f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

t GOING TO THE FAIII: j It Will be the Bent Exhibit Ever Given in Whitman. Splendid I \ln rut »■ and Good At tractions—' Somettng Will be Doing all of the Time." The ninth hihiuul exhibit, of the Whit man county Fair association will open on Monday moraine, October 12tb, at the fair grounds went of Colfax and will continue throughout the entire week. The ■MMgement has put forth every effort to make thiH the most Eoccesofal exposition ever heW iv Whitman county aud has secured a large lint of the tiuesr kind of attractions winch will add to the uiaawirr nl attending toe fair. It can safely be said tliHt the attractions this veitr have never been equalled in Whit man coaatj and rarelj have they ever been Mrpassed at any fuir ever held in the northwest. Contract* have been signed with the Western Carnival eompaay for the en tire week. This company in the one which Ihih been engaged iv Portland, Se little, Tficuma, North Vakiina and will lie in (Spokane. It whs only from the fact that t...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

Twenty-Sixth Fall Opening With its enormously increased stocks, this great house swings easily into the leadership of the retail trade of Colfax and Whitman county. We cordially invite our public, visitors to the city and new residents to come and see the useful, practical and beautiful goods displayed, an ticipating every requirement for personal or household use for each member of the family. As Usual Our Prices Will Be Found Lower m considered Than Elsewhere White Goods The popularity of white for waists shows no sign of waning. As cooler weather approaches, heavier mater ials, but still white, are used by tasteful women who thoroughly appreciate the beauty and ease of the separ ate waists of white. We have on display all the latest novelties in white and cream "vestings" for fall and win ter wear in American and Foreign weaves, at prices ranging from 33^c to $1.00 a yard. Our opening special is a white or cream fleeced QQI vesting at OO3C Dress Goods Our stock ot Fancy and Stapl...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postofflcr. at Collax as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Tweuty-flve per cent discount for advance payment. County and City Official Paper. O. It. * N. Time Card. To Portland 7:45 p.m. To Spokane 6:00 a.m. :i:10 p.m. To P t indlf»t(»n 11:0") am. 7:45 p.m. Fron. Mohcow 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m. To Moscow 11:15 a.m. 7:50 p.m. Twenty-Seven Years The Gnzette has been published in Col fax for twenty-six years. The first issue bears date of September 2l>. 1877. and announces that the "first click of type east of the Cascaded and north of Snake river" was heard en September 24fh, 1877, in The Gazette office. With the present issue, this paper enters upon its twenty-seventh year and proposes to continue in the even tenor of its way, through the various seasons as they may come and go, and visit ite readers with a batch of news each week, as ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

SIX MILLION BUSHELS DF WHEAT IN WHITMAN COUNTY Now that the harvest time is over you /^n ,1 . shoold put in your winter supply of V^lOtlllllg*, OIIOCS, -KtC. A FEW REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUYOFTHE LEADER CLOTHINC STORE m --■Hps I—Our Prices Are The Lowest /^^W\ /<^C^ 2 Our Goods Are New and Up to Date /) i m 3—We Have No Sho(l(1yor Shelf-Worn Goods Hb jB i>Gl^ 4 A Perfect Fit Guaranteed v^Wlft WllmiPl 5 ~We H**ve One Price / /Jj f! W 6 ~WeWiUTmitVo"Hiffllt /:In »*■>«' "U^ C(mU> Blld NV(' Mi" Bh°W y°U the grandeßt and hest l>'t ever shown in Colfax in j\ I\ J comiSv! m, the iine <>( Overcoats, Suits, Hats, Shirts, Sweaters, Underwear and Shoes. In fact every- /i* thing- that a man wears from head to foot. ' jgf te' H — MA!.)' . > vQ BLACK <t CO. Remember we give you one ticket with every 25c cash purchase made in our Store on the beautiful Brinkerhoff Piano now on display in our Show Window. --^^^^^^^^ Don't Forget the Place THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE We Now ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

r, FATHER OF FORMOSA. Missionary Who Made the Is- land a Christian State. DON VERTED THE WILDEST PAGANS Tw« 111 y-t lire- Yearn Spent In Sell" ?»n. ri 11. -iiiu I,«l>or Now Hearing Iriiltt— \\ orslHprd by Native* Who <»!■<•«• suiiKht IIIn Life. Correspondence.] Nagasaki, July 21. The return to Formosa of the Rev. J. L. Mackay, the Canadian missionary who for twenty three yean labored there among the wildest heathen of the earth, was made the occasion of a public celebration. From what was probably his last visit to his native land Dr. Mackay, accoiu panied by his Pormosan wife and his three beautiful children, has gone back to finish his life In the field in which the greater part of it has already been spent. Every Formosan dignitary took part in un elaborate reception, which m? lira 1 5 Wai $ ml* " * '^^ so . . - --~ DX. MA< KAYS FIRST QUAKTKKS. was practically a recognition of the fact that the island is now a Christian state as tin- result of Dr. &£ackay'a genera...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

A GIRL'S EDUCATIO RI What It Is and Whatin IW Should Be j I THERE is something awfully wrong about the modern edu* catton of K iris." „u t in Mp> _ i ptodate mournfully -Now tew is Bertha, Just graduated from he Forcers' select school, and she floesn ! know one practical or useful thing. "Conchology and higher mathematics friend***"" '" ** syi"f):lthixi»S "Yes, and uh .„ it came, to dividing a wklng recipe s«. it would lit our small family or hemming the new ij Ueu sheets she wasn't there at all." "Thai is just like my daughter. She ame hack from school with a smatter ing of chemistry, of botany, of (heaven help us?) logic, not to speak of Latin and Greek. In one and a half years -ne had forgotten the whole thing, and I had spent several hundred more in i<a.lung her the useful things she had failed to learn during her school "'•use. What I can't stand is a girl learning a smattering of all sorts of things, a little of this, a little of that, a little of the other and nothing i...

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. — 2 October 1903

s CARE OF DIRT UOADS A MISSOURI FARMER'S PLAN FOR THEIR IMPROVEMENT. H I Kept In Splendid Condition All the Year Aroand t>> Ine of a Drag. How Thene Hlßlnva) Builders Are Constructed. Missouri has discovered that it is the Cftre that is given to dirt roads after they are made that determines whether ilirt roads may be good roads. The discovery was made in a very simple manner, as set forth in a bulletin that thi" Missouri board of agriculture is distributing among the farmers of the state. After the same experience with mads thin other states have had. good a little while and then bad a long while, it was suggested by some one that if every f.innel Would keep III) the road running past his own farm uli the roads would soon be in good condition, at very little cost to any body. One of the farmers to act upon this suggestion was D. W. King of Malt land, who with some ingenuity set about making a drag for himself, and it is this drag that is the subject of the state board's bulle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

THE COUNTY RECORDS Title to Good Palouse Realty ig Swapped for Coiu. Mortgagea on Ijands and Chat tele Given and Released— Bills Of Sale Filed. Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States to Alice .1 Connor patent lot 4 in 017-45 United States to Richard B Grant Patent nil neq «t-q ueq neq nwo 20-2U-41 ... United States to Northern Pac Rv Co I'iitent neq 27-15 44 & i ot j eeq nwq nh twq 3 15 45 United States to Frank Ungren patent *h nwq nh Rwq pec 4 1G 41 United States to Frank Ungren patent lota :! i 4 Df 4 16-41 Conditional Bills of Sale. Farns worth A Foster to Rowell & Kellie 4000 cedar rails 240 Bills of Sale. Claud Davis to Tacoma Grain Co 68 sacks of wheat 4gQ Miscellaneous. K(> Cornelius et al va Harve Donokey crop ii"n on wheat and barley grown on ewq :;•'. 17 42 neq 1 iti-42 $84. Jacob Slaght to W E McCrosky power atty. Deeds. Annie MacKenzie et al to Mrs Viola E MacKenzie lot 7 blk 11 Tekoa \ County Treaa W J WindiiH to I) W fruax lots 20 &21 blk 4 Tot 7 I.lk...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 October 1903

10 THIRD WEEK OF THE FAIR'S SPECIAL SALE of FALL MERCHANDISE Bigger Attractions Every Week. Values That Will Bring Prestige on the Mind of Every Thrifty Buyer. We have demonstrated to you in our last week's Special sale the value and purchasing power of a dollar. The enthusiastic response to our previous special offerings has shown the appreciation of the general buying public and we are more than proud of its results. We are sparing no efforts to make every succeeding sale a magnitude of bargains. This sale, more in particu lar, will outdo any, especially at opening of Fall showing of the most stylish and seasonable goods. Strictly Bargains jgjglk An Unrivaled Showing of <G0 Hosiery Domestic Goods Attractions—Sheets i^^H^^^ "l^^^^a \C": Some of th I VI ' I r ' and Pillow Cases, Blankets, Etc. faß| SHg| T Til * [jl ~ Mines' and (JlX'enl \l7, ZnZZt O.V Sheets... 4."» c|| i/ll MrS I I ("^ V I*^> s^W^mmft\ cannot be duplicated. 72x90 inch Bleached KheetH, made with fl^lF -ULLU-A ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 October 1903

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWKXTT-SEVENTH YEAR. Heaters and Ranges -~ —- • a Yc'HS 111 tllO L("l(l '''V(>rv one °f them guaranteed to *~S ._ give satisfaction or your money re- Kh ""* ChartC^r Otlk funded. Will take one-third less fuel f „f, \rfim ,Js* f tlmn any other range on the market. I^l 111 Ii StOVeS ail(l Ranges All Steel aod Asbestos lined through A'vs_4l k-^-lk. °vt ' h^'^'eomely nickle trimmed. pUl^lS^^i TTntitino' SLfnvnc VVell there are siajply none better than the Char ■ /l^x^F /fj^-m\- pj t*r Oak Hot Blast, all eiji«H and prices. Of course ful '^^V '■' %ilff!i!^ M we n"ve H"Itl(' cheaper, hut Mien, the best i* none too g<.o<l for you. S'j The only place you can get the Charter Oak's in at Vv. G. BUSSE S Fin •Ti i \ ill *p I hi 1111111 i u-tSl^^^Ml f?j*fe >P^\ i^li*iiiilw*i'* Willis ■ iisTi if llpl %VIM) to 850.00 \\ Hill 11 rf^^SfMl Fi Chairs s"^l\**w""L"\ I^Mlbe nw^ IRm* f-r you to make a selection Rang lil^^V tf 1 U A > i r:!t.g^^%Aidijl ing Vice, per set, f...

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