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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 November 1903

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN OIIASE, PUBLISHER. KstablUned. 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax ai second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATEB. 81 x Month*, postage paid One Dollar Cue Ye*r, postage paid Two Dollars Twenty-five per cent discount for advance payment. County and City Official Paper. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland «:ln p.m. To Spokane X :00 a.m. 4:.40 p.m. To Pendleton 11:45 a m Xl 5 p.m. From Miw»w 10:00 a.m. 4:15 p.m. To Moscow 11:50 a.m. X:2O p.m. W. 11. Hearst proposes to form a new political organization to be known iih the "Popular Bights l'arty." Its principles will be prepared by Mr. Hearst through the lm-dium of hie yellow jour nals and its platform will be hewn by the MOM adz. The good Lord have BMrey on the timber which he uses ! A Tacoiua man, otherwise harmless, says that he has a commission from the Mexican government and n promise of $1,000,000 in silver to conquer a tribe of cannibals on a Pacific coast island. After driving the man eaters into the se...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 November 1903

Told by County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. United states to Jacob Scbweiter receiver's receipt eh swq 24-14 --oo Deeds. John G Taylor to Everett Mc- Clellan lots 7 and 8 blk 7 be tweeo Band F streets Palouee 500 Jas C Cady et al to J W Comer k>t6 blk 7 Fitchee add Palouse 500 .las ( C*dy Gdo to J VV Comer lot 5 l>lk 7 Fitches add Palouse 500 Max Rovny to Win Hoare lot 4 blk i) 'IVkoa Nicbolaa Schotien to First State bnk Uniontown wh swq neq ■wq swq nwq 5-12-4(1 6400 Frank Nelr-on to C E Tbompson lease wh of lot 7 blk 13 Pullman per year 300 Frank Neleon to E 8 Burgan ane^nt of lease Aaron Kuhn to Sarah E McManie lot 5 blk 4!) Gil!e add Garfield 100 Harvey D It-win to Sarah E Mc- Ifantß lotß 5 and 6 blk 2 Garfield 425 Win Schldting to John Poifenroth Bud '„ int in lot 12 blk 18 Col ,,faf-,V , > 300° Fred Cook to Samuel Hughey 1-28 int in eh neq eh seq 14 neq dm 2;j 19-41 .. . ' ] Perry G Langdon Gdu to Ed Har pole Dwq 15-1(1-44 1000 Blanch Langdoo to Ed iiarpole 1-0 i...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 November 1903

6 FARM-ORCHARD^ GARDEN- p^trigg. FARM-ORCHARD^ fr?K<Z copy. 9iour, 1903 ey Toyis Cf&Dn J-S.TRI6*. ROCKFORD,IA. P^U, |s^3gjCoßßE^POf<DEr<Ctl 30UCITLP- 1(10^ A bad egg is really the worst product of ud.v farm, wlu-ther it is a hens egg or Juct a boy. An income of $(J(»0 a year on a small farm will enable a family to live bet tor than could be done in a city on JI.L'OO. The largest orchard in the state of Virginia contains ;U),0<)0 apple trees, largely the famous Newtown Pippin: 2U,<JOO peach trees ami 8,000 pear trees. It 1h located upon the top of the Blue Kidge mountains. Americ;'. takes one-half of all the dia monds produced each year. It is no un common thing to see men here not worth $1,000 wearing a $250 gem, fel lows who are bound to cut a splurge even if they never save a cent. We have a friend who has let the blackberry bushes take possession of hie orchard. It is the old story. While he got some blackberries this year, he got nary an apple. It is pretty ha...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 November 1903

THE GREAT EASTERN "Whitman County's Greatest and Most Popular Store. SACRIFICE SALE OF , SACRIFICE SALE OF Ladies' Ready to Wear Garments Extraordinary Selling in HEN'S AND BOYS' FINE CLOTHING A Hig Clearance Sale in Our Cloak and Suit Department. Making 600 Men's and FW a ' SnW. ♦„ i» 1 i * • *i ♦»n i .„.„ fr>> . „ ii r i , „ , v h r\ /-\j -*-x uuu " len 8 *ml lioys Suits to he clos-ed out in the next M) dayn. room to. the Holiday (.oods which are now arriving daily. / \ f\ IM^A ± riAnOl^lll rwT^ ± Thi9 ia P oß*^l * t[l* R"***« Nothing opportunity in the history of T !•»,,. \/II \)HI iFlvl) /I ; I Vrl II IP I I: Colfax. Cost or value not consid-red. Prices reduced one-fourth, Ladies Suits One-Third Oft* I 1 tmuii t onethlni and one _ half the n .,, ular valut , B Your Choice of'over 100 Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, all new goods, A „ „ , r™- T . ,_ . Koadtlli* Following LlSt ClU'ofullv and including B orne of the most popular garments we have had this Another shipment of Fine I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 November 1903

B WOMEN STAR GAZERS WORK OF MRS. FLEMING AND HER ASSISTANTS AT HARVARD. Miry Have Takrn Thousand* of Pho- toxruphi of Stellar Spectra. Dl» --rovrrinit Man) >«•« < elewttel Bo«l --len—The Hcstcm •■ <>Ihhh I'lateM. [Special Correspondence J Cambridge, Mass.. Nov. 2.—One of the foremost astronomers in America lodaj is a woman, Mrs. Williamina l'atuu Fleming,curator of astronomical photographs in the Harvard observa tory. lii appointing Mrs. Fleming to this place the overseers of Harvard university broke .' rule of almosi two centuries. standing with regard to put ting women in official pn-itjons at Har vard, a 'act which demonstrates Mrs. Fleming's eminence in her profession. Photography is undoubtedly the greatest acquisition of modern astrono my. In the tatter pan <>f the eight eenth century Fraunhofer, the cele brated German optician, by experi menting on light for the perfection of I. is lenses was led to the discovery of the many lines of the solar spectrum, jen ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 November 1903

A WEEK IN WHITMAN COUNTY HOODOOS AKK ACTIVE. I'hlouh.', Nov. 22—More work i* be iiK done and better penults obtained in the Eluodoo mining district, which lie* ;,long <■»<' I'aloune river, in LAtah and Sbostoone counties, in Idaho, this year t iian MOCe the early dayn of the camp, when viißt Hum* were taken from the placers, which were thought to have been worked out yearn ago. Since the ramp wu abandoned for richer striken more than twenty yearn ago a few men linve remained and worked the ground mid several of them have dove well. The ilihcnvcry of good ijuartz pronpectn near the headwaters of toe I'aioune river has r.-Hilteii m extensive prospecting and de velopmenl work and it is thought there "•.- 11 Dumber of rich claims in that din t rit-t. Nortbrup A Rons are developing ten \C ood quarts claims which were among 1 Ik- fimt discoveries in the district, and now have » proposition to h.-II an inter <•*( tn exdcri-nci d mining meu for a Bam sufficient to pay them well loi...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 27 November 1903

10 GOING OUT OF BUSINESS • Crowds That Come Here Have Been Overjoyed, for the Reason that a Little Child Could Tell the Great Dif ference Between Our Regular and Sale Prices! It is No Fun for Us to Sell Goods That Cost a Dollar for 50 Gents But at the Same Time There is Nothing Else That Can Make it Possible for Us to Leave This Town by January 1, and We Have Taken Methods That Are the Most Violent of Which We Know. Extra Sales People Will Be Ready to Wait Upon You ■ and Deeper and Even More Decisive Cuts Have Been Made in the Stocks Throughout the Store. =Do You Remember= Of a Time in the History of Your Existence When Such Forcible and Price-Cutting Methods Were Used to Close Out a Stock of Goods? The Fun Has Simply Begun £ W"TV W ''""! 1 v ~ This Sale is the Proper and Select Time in Which to Buy Trustworthy Goods at But a Vague Price in Comparison to the Real Value. Don't Forget That Everything Must Be (Hosed Out Before January 1. The Place to Save Money. fafitG> Jw€LU* Tlie ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 December 1903

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. Platt & Dreger |jg 120 Per Cent [Discount Sale Commencing Friday Morning, Novem ber 27th, 1903, we place 011 sale our entire stock of DRY GOODS AND MILLINERY at a Discount of TWENTY PER CENT from our regular marked prices. NOT ONE DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS IN OUR STORE WILL BE EXCLUDED FROM THIS SALE. You can buy any article in our peerless stock, from Pins and Needles to Fine Silks, Novelty Dress Goods and Stylish Coats at One-fifth Less f Standard Prices This Js Not a Bogus Sale (m""'""'"'" - ' pose of deceiving or misleading people. The object of this enormous cut is simply to stimulate the buying pulse; to dispose of our goods even tho' we sustain a loss. Our stock is too big. We wish to convert the greater portion of it speedily into Cash Remember for 30 days, from now until December 27th, 1903, your 80 Cents in Money is worth, at our store, 100 Cents in reliable up-to-date Dry Goods and Millinery. PLATT & DREGER COLFAX, WASHINGTON....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 December 1903

s THE CITI ELECTION Campaign Han Be* n Carried on in a Most Pleasant Manner. Everything in on the Eve of Battle ami the Contestants Kest on Their Anim. The city campaign i« attracting boom Htti-ntion and comnunt about the street* and in the homes of Colfax. \ great deal of cjuiet personal work in hein^ done by the friends of the various can didates who have been making a Hort ol boose to honae canvass .hint what tin result will be when tin votes are counted on next Toeadaj evening is still a ;>r< b lem. although predictions are beinn matl" ob the hUh-i that Mr. Davenport and the ('itizens* ticket will be elected bj a Majority ranging in tbe neighborhood of 100. The onl] event this week in tin advent of Frank Kasum into the raci for councilman in the First ward against S. I). Lonmaaaon. Mr. Basnm's Iriend* asked bin to Bake the race, believing that he could win from the fact that he ie a contractor and that the council should have Much a person among its membership. His name wi...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 December 1903

THIRD AND FOURTH WEEKS OF THE Great Sale of Surplus Stocks Another immense host of good things for this sale. Values grow better and better! Goods from Manufacturers, from Jobbers, from Importers. They all come to us considerably below regular prices on account of being " Surplus Stocks." They'll be passed along to you in the same way-at prices decidedly lower than would be possible if secured in the regular way. This sale starts today and continues up to December 18th inclusive. Our Long Anticipated Annual Sale of xtt • xn^r» -vw-t --n Vvomens Winter Wraps JllOllClfELV JLjIUGUS The ***** Oo tlM' ******* Here-Bvery Garment Is Its Own Best Salesman. All «„• " UP to the very latest styles and in this sale Lippitt offers them at a discount of Opens with a whirl of bargains for this sale. Lippitt's Linen Department is already so "PTH^T"? ("^T7* T\T r|^ favorably known in Colfax that the mere statement of a special sale is sufficient to draw „ 111 ■„ c „ „- „ „ . . , w« have just 10 Ladi...

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

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHAHK, PUBUBHKK. ■•Übllßhed. 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Co If ax at second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 11 x Month*, pontage paid One Dollar > »:ie Year, postage palJ Two Dollars Twenty-five percent illscouut for advance payment. Covntj ami Ci'J official Paper. O. H. * N Time Card. To Portlau.l. 8:16 p.m. To Spokane srOOa.m. 4:(oi>.m. To IVn.iletoii 11:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Ifomow KM»a.m. 4:1"> p.m. To M(*ow 11:50 a.m. 8:30 p.m. .!. P. Morgan, as a trust maker, is a mere boy in knee breeches when com pared with John l» Rockefeller. When W. U. Bears* lights the trusts in his yellow sheets, he forgets to men tion John It Rockefeller and hi* Amal gauntted Copper Company, in which Mrs Phoebe Hearst is a heavy Stock holder. Tin: democrats now claim to be very solicitous about the '"honor" of this country, since it has become apparent that the isthmian canal trill be built. What a change has come over the spirit of their dream* since In<>&...

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. — 4 December 1903

Told by County Records Gov. Patents and RecelDts. United States to Lncinda Smith, patent neq neq 18-14-41 United Slates to William C Hard i«ty, patent nwq 10 17-43 United States to Bruce Prather, patent ih iwq 20-15-43. Deeds. North F Averill to Charles C How ard, trai-t in ewq 23-19-44 $800 1? F O'Neil to Michael Havlick, lots 1 arid 2 of 5 20-45 3500 William II Parriah to Cora E But ler, It H blk 6, Roseiter's add Pullman 50 W II Harvey to Mat tie C StearnV, lots 1 L> 3 4 blk 6 Campus Park add, Pullman 800 John S White to Lyuian Strevy, part neq 12 and part seq 1-16 43 2700 Ladd & Rtis-h to John Swegle nea ,23-1842 ..* 4 1000 Cyrut bpargeou to FYancee C Squire*, lot 8 blk 2, Mnnmi'g 2d Hiid Rosalia 55 Henry F Smith to .1 S Smith, lota 6 7 89 10 11 blk 2, Gay 350 Joseph <i Scott to John F Stubbe, iwq 8 19 42 4500 D T Dickey to Frances Bauers,lots 4 ") H blk 13 Ferguson's add, Colton 600 J A McClnre to Charles Main, lots 7 and S,blk 7, Smith's ad,Palouse 1 C Schorra to Mar...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 December 1903

f> FAKMINU IX ALASKA. GREAT POSSIBILITIES OF COUNTRY ONCE CONSIDERED BARREN. BnlM ot Kvery Kind and All the llar«llfr V«-k«iuI»1«-» CniHU Sncoei» fullj — Itlfh drazinK l.anUti Wuitinw For 1 nttlr Mem. [Sp.-rial ■ indence.] Bitka, Oct 24. The great possibilities of agriculture In Alaska, bo long ob- M-iir.a by the yolti mining fever, are at la^t coming 10 be realized. Already man; fanners have settled iv the Cop per river \alley, and all have raised line crops. Scandinavians are coming t.- Alaska In numbers, and an effort is being made ;o locate a colony of Finns from Finland at Kenai. A Seattle com pany Is stocking a ranch at Kadiak \siih 25.U0U sheep and 300 cattle. Other kiock ranges on a smaller scale are be coming numerous. The action of cou gresd at it- latest Bession In extending the homestead law to Alaska and pro viding for a homestead of 320 acres !»;• done a great deal toward develop ing the agricultural resources of the territory- In tll(' '"ta) area °1' 600,000 square...

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. — 4 December 1903

SSSZgL OTT™* 4 FUNNELETTES *SKIRTIIICS 75 »5^ LAD.ES SU.TS 85 00 LADIES SK.RTS $..00 ' Ampnoan and Simpfton'H Indi u°od grade of Outing r lannels Fancy Fleeced Flannelettes in 60 inch Skirtings and Suitings Fruit of the L< om d I and WbVan" ftE *" "* Hgbt Colow ' alflO R"* VRHetV °' pattWnl1 ' fof in Black and at ocr Fine Blearbed M^linTt wKASSftiJSfIS!? * '** '"' "' D"-l ire thin «ai; per yard ' P'a*° White, per yard Wrappers and KSmonao, at per yard per yard worth $10t© $20, to dose thwD* in Hla.k and Fancies, " vanJ H l(* ""tHteach •«»$2.60t0 16.00,ek01w •>e 4c I •"• I ?5e | ,„„„;:„,„,., $-„m BMM) A Tremendous Clearing Sale — i Great Clothing Reductions of Indies' I np n J i ill « A || Our entire Pall and "Winter stock Keady to Wear Garments ofMeas Boys- ciotu^ and itnico. 0,.,t0 , „ nm 4 %"^ a Furnishings at Most "Wonderful LADIES' SUITS 1-3 OFF f f*i& *fe 4* I| «% ft 44*«* M Beductions. Vo.ir Clmice of over 100 Udieß'Taiior Made Suits, 14 |f j mff"^ JTO I Ww MOW BW^ I...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 December 1903

8 fe>*v t- e^^-zzz^^z-r-z*- i At this writing milk COWi art- \v<»rtli all through the east from HO to $00 a bead I'retty good figur<\ i< :t not? »*ks X Is. V'incenl in Ohio Farmer. And even at these prices good cows arc scarce and hard to tind. Now and then a man may be found who has an t-itru one or two that he will part with, hut they go only a little way to ward supplying the actual scarcity that extatfl in this country tpday. li:r -unit 1 trouble exists farther west. There the difficult} is aggravated by the persistent appeals of the beef men. They are nil 111*' time traversing the farming communities, picking up every cow that can possibly be found and paying such prices that there is a standing temptation to the dairy farm er to l<-t his si<>; k go. Perhaps be needs the monej to pay Bouie pressing debt and sees in the good prices the butcher pays ■ relief for the oiomeni from his ur^'iii obligation. The bur den tliu< lifted soon settles down, how ever, ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 December 1903

All Around the County FltOM ENDICOTT. Alex Stewart, who owns considerable land in thin vicinity, has written a letter t>> Qeorgs Huntley from Imperial Oalif, in which he Havstlmt he haw bought anil to living oa a j-ancb h mile nod 11 half from lowa and is enjoying life in a fine climate. We extract from his letter: "All around M stretches a level ex panse of country hb far as the e>H cau nee. The climate it* very nice' the atmosphere so dear, and ho far there baa been no triad to speak of. I have bad Bye four bone teams working for ne Ht a cost of $7 a day each and have 160 aerea •own to hurley and ready to irrigate. 1 will now as much alfalfa hh ■000 hh i can irrigate the land. The temperature here in quite warm, UHuallv running up to about H4 degrees during the day. People are very busy patting in winter and harvesting slimmer crops. Many of the crops are up and flourish ing. The possibilities for new towns bere are very great. A new town called Molton is just starting on...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 December 1903

10 TEe Sale Goes Merrily On at "THE FAIR" Things are not as they should have been. Our estimate on the sales for each day have fallen $50.00 per day, and we have lowered the regular closing out sale prices to quotations bordering on frantics. I AM GOING TO GET OUT OF THIS TOWN and it is no matter to us how we get out. While we are appreciative of the many patrons who have stood steadfastly by us—still the limit has come and we see in this city no future equivalent to the efforts we are now in a position to put forth. There is no question but one of severing forever our ■ connection with the town, and §40,000 worth of merchandise, representing the most dependable lines of goods, are here displayed. Prices that should impel greater enthusiasm than any that has ever been caused in any section of the country. NOW YOU'LL HUSTLE Because there are only a few weeks until Christmastide and by that time we expect to have our shelves cleared in a manner that will make it easy for us to pack a ...

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. — 11 December 1903

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-SKVENTH YEAR. J&'X " "^ * 'le more y°u stuay • 1c *-''ot'"'s question ? N : \T\7 $v "V iTDCr c more e'ear it is iftl ilB Hart, Schaffner I; II W & Marx §fL V- V "'w^l Clothes are best. We sell l^l^Tl -r:~^^ them at right prices. -i^m ISr - ms°lo §350() '■■/^-> tM Overcoats If "^ W- 812.00 to 835.00 p* ■ HH-^a- r*ncr Trousers *- _J S»).u() to SS.OO Copyright I* >b) li»j| itu»i!ii«r A M»rs Whitehouse Clothing; Co. Snip Acraiifc H. S.« M. Clothing HUie /l^^Ulh walk-Over Shoes COLFAX, - WASHINGTON MOTHERS! SSLi~ WALK UPRIGHT in life. A Slioulder Brace will always assist in a better and more thorough development of shoulders and chest. The Knickerbocker istl^bHtb^ c made, and it is not expensive either, $|.00, $1.25 AND $1.50 Elk Drug Store Telephone Main 511. V. T. McCroskey & Bro. THE BIGGEST LINE OF Holiday Goods Ever brought to Colfax and Prices Lower Than Ever at Farmers' Drug Store JOS. URBAN'S Stock of Ready-Made *Lr\ Winter Clothing Jp...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

I o. van mm wins Defeats Walter J. Davenport by Thirty-nine Majority. Klrction PasHcd Off guiotly-CUl zenu' Ticket Bwccessflsl With Bseepttoa <>t Mayor. The Colfax municipal election passed off .juietly Tuesday. There were 472 votes ea»t, EL Van Schoiek. nominee for mayor on the Peoples' ticket, receiving 255, against lil<> east for Walter J Davenport. Citixens' nominee. S. I). Lortrnassoti wiis el< cted connciiman from the first ward, although the friend* of A. J Easurn charge that the count was wrong. They say that all doubt ful ballots were counted for Lommasson. whin h number of them indented n strong intention to vote for Eusum The vote h" counted stood Lommasson 74, Earam (i.>. Simon Dreifns was elect ed councilman for the second ward over (J. B. Carter by a vote of 101 to 90. [n thethirii ward Elmer E. Bellinger wan was elected councilman over (i. W Rtpley by a vote of <>8 to ~>'.\. The following candidates were elected to office without opposition:...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 December 1903

THIRD AND FOURTH WEEKS OF THE Great Sale of Surplus Stocks Another immense host of good things for this sale. . Values grow better and better! Goods from Manufacturers, from Jobbers, from Importers. They all come to us considerably below regular prices on account of being " Surplus Stocks." They'll be passed along to you in the same way-at prices decidedly lower than would be possible if secured in the regular way. This sale starts today and continues up to December 18th inclusive. Our Long Anticipated Annual Sale of TXT * TTr-r« -tt-t- XT r , ' W omens Winter Wraps llLOll(lcty XjlllGllS Tlle Ooods Do the TaUdag Bere-Kvery Garment Is Its Own Best Salrsinuu. All m up to the very latest styles and in this sale Lippitt offers them at a discount of Opens with a whirl of bargains for this sale. Lippitt's Linen Department is already so *^O "PT^T^ O JT'TVPT 1 favorably known in Colfax that the mere statement of a special sale is sufficient to draw ~^ the crowds, who know without further te...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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