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

1 THE PAIR NEXT WEEK There Will be SomHhinj: Do- ing all of the Time. ■SklMta and Attraction* of Merit win Greet th«* vi«ttorti Upon all «»« <HHn>ii!«. On next Monday mottling tin- gates (if the Whitman comity fuir grounds will be open for tbe reception of tbe public and every day during the week vast crowds are expected to be in attendance. The indications now are that good weather will favor the association throughout the entire time of their exhibit, and il such should prove the cane, the ninth Hunonl exhibit will be the most ■need's ful ever held in Whitman county. The paHt year lirh been a prosperous one and the people have many things to bring to the county exposition. The management of the association haH been working hard for the last week making the final arrangements, classify ing the exhibits already on the ground* and placing the buildings in readiness for the reception of those which come on the first day of the fair. The grounds present a very pleasant appearance...

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. — 9 October 1903

Are You Coming- to the Whitman County Fair? If so, come and see the Great Store and the Great Inducements it offers for the entire week of the Whitman County Fair For PERSONAL ATTIR&- - For HOME ADORNMENT Each department filled to its capacity with the world's hest product in high quality merchandise of unquestiona ble st>ie- Whit»lan County Fair week news is of that kind of goods and is eminently worthy of consideration. All the Now Textiles in the Rich Warm Hues for Fall and Winter 1903-1904. Prices, as Usual, Rule Lower Quality considered Than Elsewhere in Golf ax You Are Invited to Our Cloak and Suit Department Whitman County Fair Week Sale. Such an array of beautiful and serviceable Tailor suits, Jackets, Skirts, Waists, Etc., were never before shown in any store in Whitman county. To give a list of names of the noted makers, or to describe styles and quote prices, would give but a faint idea of what the goods really are, therefore we shall not attempt it, but invite you...

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. — 9 October 1903

i COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN OHABK, PUBLISHER. Kitabllshed, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at CoUax a* second claw matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATKB. Six Months, postage paid One I>ollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Tweuty-flvt' \*.-r cent discount lor advaiici- payrncuf. County and Ottj Official Paper. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 7:4. r. p.m. To BpokMM 6:(X)a.m. .X:10 p.tn. To P.<nd|pton 11:0.") am. 7:45 p.m. From Mohciiw 10:1") a. m. 3:00 p.m. To Mcmciiw 11:15 a.m. 7:50 p.m. The Tekoa Wade, which whh estab lished and placed upon v good business bawiH by K. S. Durkee, has f>een sold by that gentleman to J. W. Sheets Mr. l»urkee «an the rit<<Ht HuceeHsful news paper BMW who ever engaged the Tekoa field and has niude many friends in that city. Ibe t-it.y authoriticH ultould chII the attention of the railroad coin pa uy to the fact that there in a state law aud a city ordinance against the company blocking Street and road croswingH with itH trains for more than five...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 October 1903

SBJIILIU BUSHELS OF WHEAT IN WHITMAN COUNTY Now that the harvest time is over you /^i ji • cm t-i should put in your winter supply of^ VjlOllllllP*, oIIOCS, l^jtC. A FEW REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY OF THE LEADER CLOTHINC STORE * yft I— Onr Prices Are The Lowest r g^gSJL 2- Our Goods Are New and Up to Date M M m l^^^ 3—We Have No Shoddy or Shelf-Worn Goods ( i fifi fJ^-^S^ 4 A Perfect Fi< Guaranteed tfufm W^^l^ s—We Have One Price ¥I| p 1 iTIP °"~We WiU Treat You Ri^ht 1 1 — - -Sb C<)mi> aUd We Wi" ShOW y°" the grandest and best assortment <.ver shown in Colfax in /^ 1 ."■•---; * thf llII(' "' Overcoats, Suits, Hats. Shirts, Sweaters, Underwear and Shoos. In fact every- /l^ thing that a man wears from head to foot. * ' m _„__ ____———-___^___ BLACK a. 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 . THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE EDISON'S CANCER CURE Blood Transfusion Advocat...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 October 1903

6 AMOITHB AUTHORS Anecdotes and Gossip About the People Who Write. How Frank K. Stockton Found Po mona-Want Reduced Post age on ManiiHcripts. New York, Sept. 30.-"The Captain's Toil Uate, i >\ the late Prank K. Stock* ton. is prefaced l>y a memorial sketch written by Ins wife, in which she gos sips in a cbaruilng manner of the uov •Ust-bumorist. li was at liis Brat boose, in Nutlejr, N J., that be discov ered the famous Pomona of "Rudder Grange." She was "a middle Bized or phan" of fourteen brought from Now York to belp In the household. "Her span- time was devoted to reading bunk--, mostly of the blood curdling variety, and she read them to herself aloud in tli" 1 kitchen in a very disjoint ••d fashion, which was at flrsi amusing and then Irritating." This sentimental and romantic induced Sir. Stockton to write the article entitled "Rudder Grange," which led to the series to which the original title was Riven. This was his Hist nook for adult read ers. He had reached middle l...

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. — 9 October 1903

THE COUNTY RECORDS Title to Good Palouse Realty is Swapped for Coin. Mortgage* on Land* and Chattels Olven and fUilnaaed BHIb of Sale Filed. Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States lo Hugh L Hannon receiver's final receipt lote 9,10, 15, it; tec Stp 16 r45 United States to John Simmons final receipt lot 1 neqnwq 19-16 --■4(i Deeds. Iliigli MacLeod to Michael H Tor pey eh neq eh neq 24-19-45 3200 [) F Francis to Mn Annette Mc- Nown lot 8 blk 7 McDonald'B a«l<l Tekoa 359 Elijah M Grim to V^ S McCall lot 13 blk 1 Perkins & Preßuott's Rive? side add Coltax 800 1-abelia. A Lock hart to Allen Rod eeape lote 1,2 3, blk 4 Lockhart'a add St John 150 Nancy Enos to Thoniae W Enoe lota 2 A 3 blk A Holbrook'e add- Pullman 1000 '1 W Enos to J W Morton lots 2 & 3 blk A Holbrook'e add Pullman 10 N P Ky Co to Moody F Jordan neq 21-19 40 IGO N P Xv Co to Moody F Jordan eeq2l 19 40 ". 160 C R Sparks to Margaret E Wagley lots II & 12 blk 1 Fairview add Tekoa 1 15 X Kelly to A G Critchfi...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 October 1903

s FARM-ORCHARD"* GARbEM-^-^TRiGG. g77\£ copyßtbHT, 1903 oy \C7cfc vijgji JSTRIG6. ROCKFORD, 1A C^/CC PJ-jffi^COKRE^PQftnEMCE, 3OUUTE.P- IMCy Down in Massachusetts it costs a man $100 to dock his horse's tail, wbich lw about right. The government is spending a dollar In promoting the Interests of agricul ture for eaHi *.;.<kjo of agricultural products grown each year. The enormous crop of hay secured through the «rea< .-is a result of the ex cessive moisture will be found to be below the standard in nutritive value. The Introduction of Mansury barley by the Wisconsin experiment station has beeu worth millions of dollars to the barley growing sections of the country. The southerner fries his chicken and fish in hot lard just as the northern woman does her fried cakes, and it la a very nice way to do It—way ahead of the frying pan. The lazy man is sure of one crop no matter how late he may lie abed in the morning, and that is v crop of weeds. There are lots of men who keep their ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 October 1903

MM OP THE GUDNTI* Thine* Heard, Said and Done by Our Neighbors. Iteporuul by Corre«pnndenu of The Qaaettfl and Gathered from Other Sources. KNIMCOTT. Mrs. I'latner, Mrs. Yount and Mrs. Coner of Indiana and Mrs. Imler of El berton w«te ▼Wtteg Wr. and Mrs. J. Q. Mure Saturday. Mm. C. C. Oooke and two children Matted Sunday on a visit to see her daughter! in Washington and Oregon. Mth Hardy of Willow creek wan buried Monday, Joe aseph and family moved to St. John Monday, where he will Htart a blacksmith shop. A. C. Wilhoii of Seattle wbr on our streets Saturday, looking for a room to put in a billiard hall. Mrs. .loe Henderson and baby returned home Tuesday from a two weeks' visit in < Oregon. C. W. Bhonp, C. M. Shell and Win. Marsh and family went to the Spokane inir Wednesday. Mrs Kd. Mootl ranie home Tuesday evening and returned to Uartield Wed ties <\ny. The Colfai Implement people (ire baHding a cottage jmt opposite their implem-nt Donee, which will he a nice itdilition to o...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 October 1903

10 MAMMOTH SPECIAL OFFERING DURING WHITMAN COUNTY FAIR The much watched for event to which all Colfax and the County of Whitman turns out yearly, is at hand. We extend a hearty welcome to all, and invite you to visit our store, whether on husiness or to spend a few leisure hours. Make your headquarters at THE FAIR. Inspired by a greater increase in our business during the past months, we have determined to open the Fair week with a magnitude ottering of bargains—a sale that will positively be the greatest that Colfax has ever known. It will be a great money saving opportunity. A glance at our immense show ing of Fall goods and the following list ol prices should lie convincing proof to all that THE FAIR is the place to save money. Suits and Overcoats Of course "Winter isn't Here, Taut the season of chilly mornings and evenings has arrived and you must look forward to comfort. "We are showing the most popular styles; they are right, inside and out. Prices right. $12.50 Suits for $9.7...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 October 1903

THE..COLFAX GAZETTE TWKSTY-SEVENTH YEAR. The Sniff of Autumn I |3| FS lls in the Air Lrt^S^WfVhnsfcr^l -^^fc» Every man should now allow the rjues !S^:liCl^i'^ W^ Wss\ tion of. FALL_ CLOTHES to occupy a ll|i^r£: ' '.V^t^strf^Pa*^^l Wt> are '*At llo"1(" to "1! whn ™ll "• 1?. 1 ■•/■■'. f ■■•■!l:^'-^l h'- lv <(r to H('fi whntM latent in Men's rliN" '■•'■^Akl^SJ^^S^W W Kail and Winter beautien in r^ • :'/^mß»- mCT "•'—'''•■:'^ Tailored by the world'w leading tailors: ■•-IIMS %^''fil There are many new kindn in Fall styles and prices are an reasonable ;ih Vfl Ulilili-llfiis W^3 can *)e nailH'^ 'or n'^'' ('lhhh garments. r* «l^^i w^ you're ready to look, but don't, wait too HjmSchaffnci j^x When you're tired of paying too iiiik h M-r\ BjA price for little valuer, remember thin: Hji>J bilorcd dtia^ faw You can buy from tin new uoodn in W everything that men and children wear, Cvi ■•■i.v^m.m.,! < at prices that will interest yon. Whitehouse Clothing Co. It's the Hair Not the Hat...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 October 1903

t FAIR IN FULL BLAST Fine Weather, Good Crowds and Splendid Altractions. B<*«t Kxhtbfte Eve* Shown In Whit man t'oiinij and a liivcly Raoc Track Meet. The ninth annual exhibit of the Whit man Cuuuty Fair Association opened ith gate* Monday morning and all week Colfax has been the scene of gaity. Ar the fair groanis the Western Carnival Company, Barlow Bros. 1 shows and nuuieroiiH other attractions claim the attention of the visitors, while in town oa Main street there are attractions of Home description on every corner. Two merry no rounds and a ride on the ocean wave tarnish amusement for the child ren and some of tin- grown up people Hull's Cycle Whirl Company nholding forfli in ti large tent on Sprint; street ami the South Palouse river. The boys an giving excellent performance and bave been receiving liberal patronage. Til" management <>f the fair has been receiving many compliments for the n peeially good open air attractions which they have teen red ami ar** presentin...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 October 1903

LIPPITT'S THE RETAIL DEPARTMENT STORE THAT LEADS WHITMAN COUNTY In quality, style, and Low prices, we have no rival, every day sees new arrivals in chic new Fall and winter goods placed on sale in different departments. Our Special Sale in each and every department offers you the opportunity you should no! miss this week, OCTOBER 19th TO 24th INCLUSIVE. Agent for: Hamilton.tirnwii Slkiph ThmßMiii diove Pitting Corset* «J. It. Gormtta Sit inkalia Kill (ilovon >I<>n»rch Kirt GloveH COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Full Hepurt of (he Proceedings of the October Session of the Board. MANY CLAIMS WERE ALLOWED Aud touch UtiMiifss Has Traunactd of interest to the hipjftn of the Coauty. Pursuant to adjourn men t the board of county commissioners met on Monday, the f)th ilny of October, 15)03, with A. B. Willard and B. K. Sberfey prewent, J. S. Klemtrard absent until Wednesday. The following claims were acted upon by the board: Allen LE, expense treasurer's office.. S2l 00 l'.ramwell Bron, suppl...

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. — 16 October 1903

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, HIBLISHEK. Kstabliahed. 1877. Entered at the poitofflco at- CoUax as second claw matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATKei. Six Months, postage paid One Dollar One Year, postage paid Two Dollars Tweuty-Bve per cent discount for advance payment. County and City Official Paper. O. It. A N. Time Card. To Portland 7:45 p.m. To Spokane 6:00 a.m. :t:10 p.m. To l'unilleton 11:0") am. 7:4 a p.m. From MoMCMW 10:1". a.m. 340 p.m. In Mohcow 11:15 a.m. 7M p.m. The Commoner Hays that "the demo erafi have never had a Majority of the lagiafataK Knee Waahfogton whh ad mitted to statehood." Well, we don't UaaM the democratic organ for not winding to ffitii<-r the demo populint lejiinlHtiire of L 896. Hen* and their products do not create uk niHuy miiliorwiirH in the I'nited KttiteH every year M the gold and nilver mines, yet their raise in far greater than the annual product of the latter. Poultry products la«t year brought $186,000, --00(1. The goom that la\« the golden e,HK is on...

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. — 16 October 1903

' "HE NEW WOMAN She Holds the Fort 11 A CUPPING from an English magaatue announce, that re centlj an Interviewer caUed on roar American literary women »f national reputation. Each of die four 1. ; . dby her own genius and pen* rt-paiM* achieved enviable financial re mits, ah were comfortably well off .11 were distinguished, mi ought to nave been happy. To each the Inter lewer put the question, so the mag.- Bine says. Which would you rather be -■lever or beautiful? And the answer -it every ease was, so it is said. Beauti ful. Wen. i don't believe it. The story ha« the earmarks of British invention In the word ".■lever." -('lever" does not commonly mean gifted in the Cnit er states. Again, 1 am sure an Amer ican woman "clever" enough to make ■ national reputation for bttrself would be no such fool as is hero Implied. The "clever" American woman knows that any one of her *ex not actually de formed or unnatural in face and figure e«n make herself attractive looking. The means are all ar...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 October 1903

r> "Breeders! TME Breeders The bone Is one of the iu<>*t useful ■nitnals on the farm and should re wive the fanner*! best attention, says Ilidland Farmer. The kind of ■ horse to keep depend* largely upon the kind »f ■ i :l nii and toe kind of farming that I- pursued I'-ut it would be sat.- to say that under most circumstances a heavy Uorse is t<» be preferred, one weighing from 1,400 t<> 1,600 pounds. Generally i the fanner's horse has to do all kinds Of work and should be at least ;'»IN> jxnillds li^h!<T than in the above case. If the farmer is raising horses to sell a heavy horse will, as :i rule, sell for more money It is a mistake for th" average farmer to try to raise road horses t > sell, because he will not pro duce an animal thai can be sold for aa much money. 'I lie farm team should lie fast walk er< This will help to solve the labor problem. One man with a fust team (•an do almost as much in one day as two men with slow Ltorses. We never could...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 October 1903

A HAN IN THE HOUSE Hurirlars Had Kpst L*a?P H Pr . man Schmidt Alone. »H« <;r«DI>o«1 „I R hy „,e coatt.il ami I Sh.,t Hi* Blankety. Blank Head Off" BoM, bad burglars had better make 'bemmtrea araice antond the premiss nwoed by Mrs. John Milter m Mill street b« long M Herman Schmidt bookkeeper for tbe Second National Uni.k. rooOM there Herman came to lolfax from t!u> H-.osier state and he will nhoot f« (,ock an a wink and aa often a* the mpiri-ttrioK uuns at Fort < »w.y over on Pugetsound. Mr.Sebmidt i« a large, handsome rnnn and he at tribate« bi« (food looks to tbe fact that be ia able to sleep long and loud He rjoea not like to he diatvrhed, hut when b« ie arroosed all intruders hud better take to the 'all timber, for ther* will be Hotnetbing doing Wednesday morning about two o'clock Mr* M.11.t warn awakened by the mov ing of trie shutters on one of the lower Btorv windowH. The noise resembled th.TH.wnK <>f a window from the out Bide and she thought a hur^lar was...

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. — 16 October 1903

B While Visiting: the Whitman County Fair Make Your Headquarters at jTHE FIAR SToßEh=^s The Place to Save Money. THE COUNTY RECORDS Title to <»ood Palouse Realty is Swapped for Coin. Mort*:*K«-M on Lands ami Chattels Ulvcmi and KeleaH«>(l—Bills of Sale Filed. Gov. Patents and Receipts. U Sto Chae X Milliken patent swq 34 20 39 United States to Edgar M Giles receiver* final reel f«q 9 17-45 United States to Orlando S Daniels patent wh nwq 12-20-40 I' S to Thofi N Lynch Final Recrs Recpt eb neq ewq neq nwq seq I Bto Dauiel Cree patent uh seq nh swq ot 4-20 40 I' 8 to Daniel Cree patent sh seq 6 sh awq of 4 20-40 Deeds. Humphrey B Royce to A A Mar den lots'l <t 2 blk 10 MainSt Ex add Pullman 1250 Ifahloo II West to John N Jane way tract in seq 10 20-43 125 James X Harvey to Auguet Mueller eh seq 17-20-43 3000 Mrs Elizabeth Johnson to J H Swecker lot 6 blk 7 Staley 250 John Squires et al to Ida B Moss lote 8,9,10,11 of Squires A Gad ds subdivision of lots 4,5,0,7 of blk 2 Lawre...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 October 1903

THE COLFAX GAZETTE rWKXTT-SEVESTH YEAR. The Sniff of ift&3?<;n Ltfrt^^xftttofc*. >£L_^%£lte»~ Every man should now allow tin iiuph- tion of. FAI^.<'LOTIIES to oecupj a Wp are *At Home" to all who call to ■S^S'•/•'',l? ■•^*-Tt«^';:f''ar^^^ll liny or to Bee w^HtH Ittteal in Men's l^^^^i^l^fe^f NeW 'U" aDd WiUter htail'itH j" I Men's and ' k'--W ttW^li kJ^ VVc'rc ready t«j hhow you whenever lA Ka w^^ f&ssl you're ready to look, but don't wait too Han SchifTntr v^ml When yon're tired of paying too much Marx jStfS t3u price for little value*, rememher rhit-: HandTailorcJ Pflß "" <fln '"'- fro!" 11H IleA' Koodw in WHHMi^^amnjj J^^^^^^^^B everyihinfr that men and children wear, t:"j>' L*^s!S!H!!?^i!!!T' mmimmm^^ at priceH that will interest you. Whitehouse Clothing Co. Heating From o t»et on bIOYeS (jp This is iro dream, we have actually got good Heaters at $2.00 and up. Remember that our store is the only place where you can buy the Charter Oak Hot Blast Heaters, th...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 October 1903

s DKtli STORE ROD Burglars Wanted Plenty of Hold Time Pieces. Fflect an Knlrance Through the Hear Door and Kvacuate Wiili Their Plunder. Some time Wednesday night burglars entered the Tanners' drugstore through the rear door and stole eight gold watches mil ten gold chains. Nothing else in the store was bothered aud it is thought that the robbers are persons who were thoroughly familiar with the premises. Entrants VM effected through the rear door. The burglars broke h pane of glass and reached through and coiocked the door. From all appearances the glasM was broken uith a rock, for if was badly shattered. The work was not done by professionals, as they would probably have cut the <jlass with h diamond. The night watchman did not see any thing mysterious upon the streets that evening and is at a loss to kuow how the deed was done. The town has been remarkably clear of suspicious char acters ever i-iiu-e Sunday, all of the rounders and grafters which were here during the fair havi...

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. — 23 October 1903

Lippitt's Great Sale of Ladies' Suits and Men's and Boys' Clothing The Greatest Suit Sale that has ever been witnessed in Colfax takes place this week at Lippitt's. A large ship ment of Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits which were delayed on the road have just arrived and we offer them at a jrreat sacrifice this week. Ladies' Tailor-Made Suit of Oxford Zibeline, blouse front, skirt jack- r j % .«- w- f\ et, 1 830 sleeves, the $25.00 values this week at Lippitt's for s[) | f mSO Agent for: Hamilton-Brown Hhoes Thomson Glove Fitting Corsets J. It I'oTMOtH Stf inkalim Kid Gloves Monarch Kid Glovph THB COUNTY RECORDS Titla to (Jood Falouse Realty is Swapped lor Coin. Mm: ticnui-N on Liandti and Chattels Given ami Iteleased — Hill* of Sale Filed. Gov. Patents and Recelnts. United States to Peter McGregor receiver's rect lot 1 of 6 14-38. . U S to Cleveland Smith patent neq swq peg nwq swq neq lot 2of 2 -19-40 United States to John C Harcle road patent swq swq 12-20 41... Deeds. George W Draught ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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