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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 July 1904

I VF.RDICT, MIT GUILTY T. I). Ferpnson Acquitted of (linrge of MftiiHlaiisrhtcr. Closing of One of the Most Sensa tional TrialN Kver Held in a Whitman (.'ou my Court. After being out seven boars and a half, the jury in the Ferguson manslaughter MM brought in a verdict of "m>t guilty" Monday nij;ht at 11:30 o'clock. Thin was one of the hardest fought eases ever beard in the superior coart of Whitman county and ihe attorneys, t>oth for the ntate and defense, exhausted every re source to secure a verdict. Judge Jere miah Neterer of Bellingham occupied tht bench fur Judge S J.Cbadwick, who wan confined to St. [gnatiua hospital, Buffer froni a threatened attack of typhoid fever. Judge Neterer'n conduct of the hearing wan eminently fair and satin factory. The cane wan called Monday, Jut)'- 20, by Judge Chadwick, who wan taken to Imh bed before a jury was secured. A re eeHH wan therefore taken until Thursday morning, .June 23, when Judge Neterer arrived. Most of the time on Thursday ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 July 1904

From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. U S to Henry A. Murray lota 5,6,7 & eeq swq 6 17-46 U 8 to C A Ihckerson rec recpt sh seq, seq ewq, lot 4 of 18-19-41. . Deeds. Henry I> Kay to F H Hilliard et a! lease building on lot 12 blk 7 Tekoa per month .30 L Vioaon to Ida B Mops iind % lots 11,12 blk 25 und '„ lots 11, 12 blk 29 College Hill add Pull man 250 Eliza J Swift to .1 W King lotß 20, 21 Sqnirefl & Gaddia subdivision of lots 4.5,6,7 blk 2 Lawrence A. Hoi brook's add Pullman 425^ Geo Morraifa to Alex Brown nb Bwq, nwq seq, sv>q neq 32-17-41 0000 <) (i r=ehler to John I)ine!e tind '.. ol lota 3.4,5,6,11,12 of 5-16 44 und \4 part fb :'. 1 17 L' 4 1 I Emma S Vermilye to Neal ('beet bam eh -wq, wh Beg 'M -17 45. . 5000 Jaa I* Nelson to deu BfeVay tract in Bwq 'M\ 17 45 " 300 1) M llavncs to Ch*a Moaer nb Hwq. t-eq ewq & lot 3of 32-14 46 4600 Josephine Timewell to Rose Thompson lot 3 blk 18 Beach'e add Palouse 10 \V R Lloyd to Geo Stewart et al part lots ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 July 1904

I COLPAX GAZETTE IVAN OHABK, PUBLISHER. Kstahliihed, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at colfnx •■ second class matter. Snbsorlptton. S»- oo a year- SU.3O if palrt In atlTance. Six months, In advance, 75c. Hlnßle copies Re. Official paper of the City t>f Colfax. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. H:l r > pm. To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:15 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow it:4r. a.m. :<:4fi p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. B^o p.m. ILKITKIjICAN TICKET National. For President: THKODOKK ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLBS W. FAIRBANKS. State. For CoHßresB —Will E. Humphrey of VLioe, Weßley L. .I ones of Yakiniu and Francis W. ('utthman of Pierce. For Governor-Albert K. Mead of Wh:it com. For Lieutenant Governor Charles K. Coon of .Jefferson. For Secretary of .State Sam H. Nichola of Snohinriißh. For State Treasurer -George G. Mills of Thurston. For State Auditor —C. W. Clauwon of kitnap. For Attorney General—John D. Atkinson of Chelan. For Land ComnMMoner E. W. Koss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 July 1904

THE RIVAL WEAPONS GUNS OF THE JAPANESE AND RUS- SIANS COMPARED. The Arl.nkn Rifle of the Jnpm of Smaller Caliber and Longer Kami.-. The ttaHMiiin (inn \ot Uuite So lp In Mule. Tl <■ victories of the Japanese In Man a make ii Interesting to compare methods of fighting and their weapons with those of the Russians, The repeated Buccesses of the Japa nese naturally raise the query whether their superiority over their foes on land as well as at sea is due wholly to greater strategy and courage or in pan to the character of their arms. Certainly much of the success of the Japanese Is due to their ability to go in liulit marching order »n<l outstrip iiie enemy in ;ill kin. ls of maneuvers. During the Boxer Insurrection in Chi -11:1 in 1900 the Japanese soldiers w«*re lie for their ability In this re spect. They pack their supplies and ammunition so that they can lie mov- Itu facility, and their ammunition ghter than that of th.c enemy. As Hi.' average Japanese has a smaller physique ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 July 1904

6 j S.TPIGO rWw^ COPYRIGHT X aßk" 1 iao4 — by V ¥ J. d.TfUO.J.CiOCKFXjRD, 1A ~ W ""' f^ CODftKDOHl)fttCEr>a^(£ iOUCJTED £T » y If the boy WOUld only stick to the farm as the mortgage does but be doesn't. When the dead leaves are burned up either in the fall or spring, the eerj l»e«t mulching material to be had is de stroyed. The man with the fourteen foot seed er, the four uorse disk and the twenty two fool harrow makes very short work of putting the crop In <>n a 200 Here farm. It has been a poor year for the feed ers and finishers of beef cattle unless they have been feeding the very best. The feeders of low grade Stock have not realized over 20 cents a bushel for the corn fed York slate farmers either can't or won't raise sugar beets, and a large factory in that state, costing $230,000, Is to be removed to Wyoming. The American hales to grow a crop which makes him bend his back. Put 15,000.000 people in the state of Kansas, heathen and idol worshipers. Ignorant and super...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 July 1904

AJlKAround the County AIiBION AFFAIItS. George Miller and son of Lewiaton, were visitors at .John Marquis' the latter jiurr of last week. Johns intertained a sister from Aeotin l»Ht week Mr*. Minnie Bissel and children are visiting Albion friends and relatives, having but recently returned from San Francisco. A baby daughter came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Provence Friday nigh. June 24. l»r. J. F. Hull aud wife left Friday for the St. Louie exposition. They will visit other eastern points before returning. A- i Morrison and Minn Dottie Bryant were married Thursday, .lime 2."1. Mr. Morrison and bride have the best wishes i.i their many friends liere, who welcome them to Albion society. |». ll Hilton in the guest of bis sister, S'aomi Moalten. Mr. Hilton came from Michigan last week. Mollie B&chus and daughter, Thelma, o! Summit, Idaho, are visiting their miut, Mrs. Mollie Claus Short. Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Willoughhy and Mr and Mth. Pleas Bryant will spend the Fourth a...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 1 July 1904

8 Get Ye Ready for The Fourth Only a few days now until that eventful day comes, and of course you will all want to come out in a new suit. Take advantage of the big discount sale and you can have your suit and money to spend for celebrating besides. Friday and Saturday will be the LAST DAYS OF THE TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE So you had better come this week if you intend buying at all this Summer. Entire Stock of Men's Suits Entire Stock of Boys' Suits Entire Slock of Children's Niiils at 20 St Discount at 20 S;. r ,t Discount |at 20 £,T. t Discount LET THE WOMEN FOLKS HAVE A NEW SUIT TOO Dozens oi handsome Tailored Suits, just the thing for The Fourth. Light and medium colored Suits of the most stylish sorts. Come in and see the beauties we can show you at from $5.00 to $10.00. Every suit in the store will be sold at \ A table full of beautiful rein- j falgy $tO \HM *a' "^l °* *'l!'v l )r'c'es on I I mints at nearly Half Price. kiii^il^^ilM^M^MiM^^ groceries this week. \ COLFAXj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 July 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. Never at Such Prices Before The Celebrated MunsoD Shirt Waist which is noted for its fit and style. We have some brokeo sizes which, to close, we will sell at the following prices: $:; r»O Values, for $2. <."> $8.15 ami $:J.OO Values, for §3.25 $1.25 and $1.50 Values, for $1.00 Si.OO Values, tor $1.1."» Sl.*."» Values, for si.-">o <."><• Values, for llOr Don't Miss This Grand Opportunity. As the season is advancing, to close the White Vestings and Colored Lawns we will offer them for the next TEN DAYS at COST. Don't forget that with each dollar cash purchase you get a chance on the Worlds Fair Round Trip Ticket to he given away August Ist, 1004. Phone Main 621. Colfax, Washington. I loader* Oil' Quick don't fail to see the Continental No. 3 Made by the Johnson Harvester Co. We sell them and guarantee them. Enterprise Implement Co. Opposite Gazette Office. COLFAX, WASH. T lu' Davis Implement Co. Has broken all records in the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 July 1904

9 COLFAX HAS A CROWD Fonrth of July Celebration Was a Grand Success. From Early Morn Until Late Nltfht ThrotijCß Filled «'>p City arid Noise Was Unbounded. Fully 5000 people celebrated the Fourth of .July in Colfax. Almost with the Brat roar of cannon at sunrise peo ple began to flock to the city and before '.) (t'tlock every road was lined with vehicles, all headed for tin- metropolis ol Whitman county. The daj was a beau tiful one, although somewhat sultry. Thin, however, did not seem to doll the Hpirit of enthusiasm, for this was one of the imisie.-rt Fourth's ever celebrated in Colfax. Grand Marshal Canutt, assisted by Henry l.arkin, preserved order through out the day and the great crowd, al though noisy and demonstrative, was orderly throughout. Onlj one stagger ing drunken man was seen during the entire day and friends finally put him to reHt where he would not be a nuisance to the crowds. No attempt was made to curb the noise and the small buy and his firecracker had his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 July 1904

From County Records Deeds. Carl Brand to Annie P Steel lots 1 to (i blk 104 Belmont 450 A A Manlen to Joseph Wood et al lot! 7 to 10 blk 25 College Hill add Pullman 200 J 8 Prigmora to YV C Couateer Tr land in 26 & 27-19-42 all blk 4 lots 1,2,3 blk 10 lotH 9 to 16 blk 10 all blk 17 Sunset lot 4 blk 30 Oakesdale 1 Jat U Hedley to Win Avenll et al lot 1 blk 1 Smith's add Palouee 36 L F Hubbard to X B Spencer lota 4,r> blk 69 Daw's add Pullman 500 <ieo T Huffman to Mace YV Dun bar lote 9,10 blk 2 <ieo T Buff man's add Tekoa 1 W S Bilyea to J. t Sherwood lot 4 blk 2 Fairview add Tekoa 1 Win Ellsworth to Edward Laney lot 0 blk 29 McKenzie'a add Pall man 75 Margaret Newell to Annie C Peter son eeq 27-14-44 5200 J M Smith to Lorinan X Iximmas boii tract in Colfax 150 Frank W Webster to Alfred P Jobneon lot 2 blk 5 Garfield.. .. JOOO Mary A Wilton et al to Hattie Howard seq 8 & neq 17-20-42. .. 3200 John T Cratcner etal to R J How ard eeq 8 part neq 17-20-42. ... 1 August F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 July 1904

4 COLPAX GAZETTE IVAN CHAHK, ITBLISHEK. Kstabliihe<l. 1877. Entered at the pontofflce at Coifax at fiecond claim matter. Subscription, $2.00 a year —51.50 If paid In advance. Six months, in advance, 75c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. It. & N. Time Card. To Portland. *:l-r> P-m. To Spokane »:1"» a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:46 a.m. .<:4"» p.m. To Moscow IQSti a.m. 8:20 p.m. KKPIJIIMCAN TICKF.T National. For President: THKODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES VV. FAIRBANKS. State. For CoBRreBH — Will K. Humphrey of Kinp, Wesley L. Jonen >>f Yakima and Francin W. Cutthman of Pierce. For Governor Albert K. Meat! of What com. pjF'ir Lieutenant Governor - CharleH EL Coon of Jeff<-rnon. For Secretary of State Sam EL Nichols of Snohominh. For State Treasurer George G. Mill* of Thu niton. For State Auditor C. \V. ClauHon of Kitnap. F,>r Attorney General—John D. Atkinson of Chelan. For Land Omimi—uiM...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 July 1904

AU^Around the County ALBION AFFAIKB. The beautiful country home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E Corey, whs the scene of a vtrv pretty wedding Sunday, July .'], at which time their daughter, Mabel, was united in marriage to William T. A very of Harrison, Idaho. Only a few of the closest friends were present at the cere mony, which was performed by Rev. Hard wick, pastor of the Albion M. E. rhurch. The happy young couple left nil the afternoon train for a trip to the world's fair, amid the congratulation** and best wishes of their many friends. Mr. Corey, father of the bride, in an engineer on the Moscow branch of the 0 X & N ihe republican primaries were held here l;t*f I'ridny and a delegation of the (i ': I. will be at the county conven tion in Colfai Saturday. .John O'Keliey iH on the "hike" for the nomination of hlx riff on the republican ticket. v committee interested in the public welfare ol Albion visited the county commissioners at Coifax Tuesday, their business being that of obtain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 8 July 1904

r, CEMENT TURNITURE. En.IlT !H«fle mill Proof A«rnlii*t D*- rti) inn! I'irr. Treasured heirlooms, such as "four posters." the claw footed tables which may or may not have come over in the Mayflower, and Windsor chain, may tumble to pieces or be consumed t>y tire, but the kind of furniture wjiirli W. N. Wighl «f GV'estwood. H. .1 , makes for his borne is llkelj to be serviceable to the latesi K*ierations uriils family, Bays the Sew York Trlb nne. Possibly when \<-w STork bus become ruins and ;i single "lasi Amer ican" is found wandering over them In a state of seralsavagery Mr. Wight's unique furniture will be found intact. it, one now finds remains of household Furnishings 2,000 years old in Pom l.fii. Mr. Wight uses cemeni and from it atakes in such o simple manner rrr —ts~zt~ HK CHKST MADS OF CEMENT. stoves. Ice chests, fniit shelves and iog houses that one la readily persuad ed that any one may do the same. Mr. Wight's testimony regarding this point Its that ■"any ingenious...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 July 1904

XUB COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. The First National Bank OF COLFAX Capital Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00 The Oldest and Strongest National Bank operating in the Palouse Country. Did it ever occur to you that it is not always the man who has the most debts that is the richest. With hanks as with individuals, it is the ratio of assets to liabilities to the public that is the measure of financial strength. ANNOUNCEMENT: Depositors in the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT will receive their first semi-annual dividend on the 30th of June. Interest will be credited to accounts in this department on that date and will immediately commence to draw interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. Depositors are requested to bring in their books as soon as convenient, that the interest may be entered thereon. Colfax National Bank Capital Stock $120,000.00 Directors' Liability 120,000.00 Total Liability to Depositors ■•■ $240,000.00 Invites the accounts of individuals, firms and corpor ations. Pays i...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 July 1904

> nwm went wild ShortHtop MeFarren Wanted to Punch the Umpire. Baseball Game Between Palonse and Colfax Maided in a How - Home Team Given Decision. The Pulousers came down Sunday to skin Colfax, by fair means or foul, but their game wouldn't work. They starter) the firework* in the tirst inning when MeFarren, shortstop for Paloose, wan running from first to second. Botlings worth happened to be on the line and MeFarren grabbed him and attempted to throw him to the ground, instead of butting into him. After that, however, the game went Hinootbly until the last half of the sixth inning, Palooee holding the edge. In the first half, Pslotlfle «ent four men to bat. but did not score. In the second half, Colfai sent eight men tr . bat aud three crossed the home plate for scores, two men dying on buses. Pa loose run up ■ pretty bunch in the first half of the second, nine men going to bat, four of whom reached home, two dying on bases. In the second half of the second, five men went to b...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 July 1904

JllliilS Llffenitt ie Pioneer Merchant ywn»|tf wa|#yii>> colfax, Washington mm \ m + llns, our 28tli semi-annual clearing sale will be the most tremendous value-giving event of the year. To make this absolute, there was but one way, viz: MAKE THE PRICES IRRESISTIBLE Sales of this character generally take place later in the season when goods offered are of no special value for present use WE START THIS SALE TODAY In order that you may have the full benefit of buying new, fresh, clean, seasonable merchandise at PRICES NEVER EQUALED IN THIS CITY Remember that even in this great Clearance Sale, no matter how low we have marked the prices, every article, every item every yard is of most dependable and trustworthy character. Come, see our displays in show windows and store see how low every article is marked to sell for, and REAP YOUR HARVEST. Asentft^ T~|| T| || T^ | inDlTT"^"^ Hamilton-lirown Shoes ; X £• ■—^^ M «*^ J jjg \ Ih.miH..,, Glove Fitting Corsets J wL \ J J 3Jjt jfe |? M...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 July 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PDBLISHKR. Kutabltihed. 1877. Entered at the postoffice at colfax as second clans matter. Subscription. $2.00 aj< ar 51..10 if paid In advance. Six months, in advance, 75c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. li. & N. Time Card. To Portland. H:l"> p.m. To Spokane *i:ls a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:45 am. SIT) p.m. From Moscow 9:4."> a.m. ."':4"> p.m. To Moscow 10:.% a.m. 8:30 p.m. KKI'I:BIiICAN TICKKT National. Fur President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES \V. FAIRBANKS. State. For CoWßresH—Will E. Humphrey of King, Wesley L. Jones of Yakima and Francis W. Cuahman of Pierce. Kor Governor-Albert E. Mead of What com. For Lieutenant Governor- Charles K. Coon of Jefferson. For Secretary of State Sam H. Nichola of Snohomish. For State Treasurer- George 6. Milln of Thurston. For State Auditor — ('. W. Claunon of Kitsap. For Attorney General—JohD 1). Atkinson of Chelan. For Land Commissioner—X. W. Ross o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 July 1904

OUR COUNTY CULLIIS Correspondents Send in Their Neigh»>orhood News. Klberton Kttrhln K 8 and 8t John JoitiiiKH K«ch Have Their htory lor the Headers. ELBKUTON KTCHINGS. Miss Anna Ritchie, who has been at tending the state uormal school at Lew ietoo, Idaho, has- returned to her home in Karmiugton and the past week has been a guest of Mi«B Hessie Carter of El berton. Mrs. L. M. Koberts hae returned from Portland, where she spent a couple of weeks with relatives. Mrs. (J. A. Winner of Panadena, Cali forma, who has been a guest, of Mrs J Weber Leid and Mrs. C. A. Elsemore for several days, will go to U urne ld to morrow, where she will visit the family of C. E. Averill for a week. Prof. iJ. T. Irion came down from Farmington Monday, after spending a week there. MaHter John Divine, eon of Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Divine, has returned from a weeks' visit in Palouse. Prof. Tucker of Gartield has taken a position with Clark & Eaton the hard ware and implement dealers, for the summer. Chae....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 15 July 1904

6 THE COUNTY BUSINESS Proceeding* of the Board of County Commissioners. General Ciaimia -Road ami Bridge and Koad District Claims — Miscellaneous ButilneMH. The board of county corainißsioners, pursuant to adjournment, met on the sth day of July, with all members of the board present. The following are the claims and mat ters acted upon by the board : General Claims. AlirMEih, 1. K. poll tax collector $ 4* 00 Allen L X, expense county treasurer 3 06 Bach John, feed at livery barn l 75 ISacli John, feed at livery burn 5Q Hragi: Kls it Co, supplies for Indigent. .. 12 75 Hi am well Hro*. supplies for oo clerk IS 00 Krttmwell ISros, supplies for co attorney. 6 7i> Kramweil Bra, ■applies for superior crt. 4ou Baylor J W. supplies for co farm 6 21 Beck V VV, livery for pros titty 6 00 Brickner JJ. lively tor co (surveyor . 900 Unckner J J, livery for co surveyor l'J SO hriekner .I J, livery for prot. atty 2 56 Boggs Darld, supplies county farm 8 46 BrooKh B L, drayane for co mrVeyor ....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 22 July 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY -BEY ENTH YKA R. The First National Bank OF COLFAX Capital, Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00 The Oldest and Strongest National Bank operating in the Palouse Country. Did it ever occur to you that it is not always the man who has the most debts that is the richest. With banks as with individuals, it is the ratio of assets to liabilities to the public that is the measure of financial strength. ANNOUNCEMENT: Deporitore in the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT wiil receive their first semi-annual dividend on the 30th of June. Interest will be credited to accounts in this department on that date and will immediately commence to draw interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. Depositors are requested to bring in their books as soon as convenient, that the interest may be entered thereon. Golfax National Bank Capital Stock $120,000.00 Directors' Liability 120,000.00 Total Liability to Depositors ... $240,000.00 Invites the accounts of individuals, linns and corpor ations. Pay...

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