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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 September 1904

G TIRE EXPERIMENTS. •ESULTS OF TESTS MADE BY THE MISSOURI STATION. fehlrles With Vnm.iv Tlrra Require More Power to Draw and Constant ly Uentroy the Roads—Wheel* and Axlea of Farm \\ agoni. The Missouri experiment station has tnade a series of tests In order to as certain the value of wide tires as com pared with narrow ones, say.s P»rm and Ilanch. in conducting the experiments two ordinary farm wagons were used, one with six Inch tires, the other with Standard one and a half inch tires, both wngons of the same weight and each loaded with 2.000 pounds. It was found that the power needed to draw the narrow tired wagon, with its 2,000 £^^^A^fe ' HOW NARROW TIRES DESTROY ROADS. pound load, on a gravel road would have pulled a load of 2,472 pounds on the wide tired wagon. The same power required to draw narrow tires over dirt and gravel roads when these were dry and hard was found sufficient to draw a 2,iv]o pound load on the wide tired wagon under the same conditions. It was shown that...

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. — 2 September 1904

All Around the County DIAMOND DIM FT Jack Ficklin, who had four ribs broken by being thrown from a header in around again, looking none the worse for his injuries. Frank Vollendorf, Louis Schiblin, Leo (odd, George and Will Weber. Howard and Chas. Bramwcll and Frank Pooley Colfax chicken hunters, spent Sunday at the head of "Smith hollow," with fair success. September 5 our school opens with Mr. Trimble in charge, and before pupiln begin the nine months' term it should he distinctly understood that discipline will be one of the duties of parents and pupils to see to. It is not unlikely that our young people will be interested in knowing something of the woes and pleasures of school boys and girls in "the good old colony times when we served under the king." Now, the truth is, those days which the song maker terms "good,"' were very uncomfortable at times; and to none were they more so than to the luckless urchins who did not walk on a very straight line indeed. In the "old colony ti...

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 September 1904

8 School Opens Monday, Sept. 5& And The Fair has made great preparations for that event by gathering to our store the largest and most complete lines ot School Suits this town has ever seen. Our New York Buyers have been more than busy, for the past six weeks, looking over the markets, comparing values and making their selections. As a result of their shrewdness and underbuying we can and will sell "ml Boys' and Children's Suits at ABOUT THE SAME PRICE THAT THE ORDINARY MERCHANT PAYS FOR THEM. THIS IS NO IDLE TALK, BUT FACTS, and all we ask is a look. Read on. sf - a I Boys' Long-Pants Suits I Boys' "^L. Suits I Child's Vestee Suits M\ms£&} w«rt" •*■•* -#* w"r(" •"*">r *:l'u worl"s4 00>""" **'m ' !': i$L VW?W|< I.|)V£b£#OfC*9!!BS^ •> „ , „ „ „ -. „ „ Child's Vestee Suits, ages Bto S, made from a van- i| VjKr' ~~v WES^XJrZfcrr (When we say a thing is worth so much, Bo^ E*tra *™J 00rd,"7 b"* 71 „ v •* <* <««*«* •" "-' <**"* <* th. newest and t , Y^,\ ■■...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 September 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. Harvest Supplies We are headquarters for Harvest Sup plies. Anything you need in the way of Shoes Gloves Hats Underwear Overalls and all Working Clothes Also a complete line of FRESH GRO CERIES always on hand. Don't forget we have Choice Fruit. Phone .Main 621. Colfax, Washington. The Portland Trust Onmpany of Oregon, which whs established in 1887, has ample capital and resource*, and numbtrs among its stockholders some of the wealthiest citizens of Portlaud, and also a great many Eastern capitalists. This company has devised a very convenient form of employing funds that may be temporarily idle, bo that the depositor may get interest upon them, and still have them available upon a rea sonable notice. MONEY SAVERS Of whom there are many in Eastern Oregon and Washington, should remember that "The Oldest Trust Company in Oregon." issues intereßt-bearing certificates of deposit that pay a good rate of interest and can be dsawn at any time by givi...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 September 1904

t A, 1, MEAD IS COMING Republican Campaign Hates for Whitman County. Congressmen Cushman, Jones and Humphrey to Addretts Citizens at Different Points. The republican campaign in Whitman county will open in earnest in Colfax on Thursday evening, September 15, when a monster rally will be held. This meet ing will be addressed by the Hon. Albert K. Mead of Bellinghnm, republican nom inee for governor. Mr. Mead is one of the brightest and ablest men in the state and every one should turn out to hear hirajdincuss the issues of this campaign. Mr. Mead is a man who has bren in public life in this state for a number of years. His legislative and public record is clean aud the opposition has been ab solutely unable to find one single flaw in his career, although studiously searching high and low for ground upon which to assail him. The people of Eastern Washington will greet Mr. Mead as a friend, for he has stood manfully by the farmers of the Inland Empire upon every question that ever came...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 September 1904

""SL^ss^ssssr i • •a a w\ 7i I lippittbrothers> ' tlllllll Lippitt Brothers w°f«pa« basis of this guarantee. ™ ™ Use our Mail Order Department Quality for Quality-Price for Price Tlie PiOlieer MerCll ftTl tiS if 3™ cannot conveniently call. We stand ready at all times to match (and -M_.lJ.V^ _M_ IUIIWJ. XTAVaL KjlXCllLl. L£3. ■» J often over match) competition, in the face of All orders are attended to with in thw guarantee you are abaolutely safe in deal- C^(^Y\ T^ 1 A A O<TTTAT/""1 m/^wnvT IDghere- I V-^VJJ-^X^ W Cj- X OJN telligence, care and promptness. Invites you to call and inspect the advance displays of new Fall Goods in every Department. Our store will be closed Satueday, Sept. 10, until 6 p. m. on account of Holiday. Agents for: j I |PP|"l T RRHTUCPQ I Agents for: ?rroT^r^r«« L-irril I DRy I nLRO i~.o~«~ j b Cornets > Butterick Patterns M^h"^^^:' The Pioneer Merchants - - - Colfax, Washington 'I"wßi"i'-i1" C Famous Miineing Underwear From County Records Gov. Pate...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 September 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Bitabliihed, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax at second claw matter. Subscription, $2.00 a year —$1.50 if paid In advance. Six months, In advance, 75c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland. MS P™- To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. ToPendleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 ».m. 3:45 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. REPUBLICAN TICKET National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. For Congress—Will E. Humphrey of King, Wesley L. Jones of Yakima and Francis W. Cushman of Pierce. «■«- For Governor—Albert B. Mead of What For Lieutenant Governor—Charles E. Coon of Jetferson. _. . , , For Secretary of State-Sam H. Nichols of Snohomish. . For State Treasurer— George G. Mills ot Thurston. __ _, t For State Auditor —C W. Clauson of For Attorney General—John D. Atkinson of Chelan. _ , For Land Commissioner—X W. Ross ot Cowlitz. For Super...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 September 1904

PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT GEORGE W. CARROLL, Prohi bition candidate for vice pres ident of the United States is a wealthy citizen O f Texas vrho has long taken an interest in purging the community of evils due to intemperance. Two years ago he ran as the candidate of his party for gov ernor of Texas and received a vote of unprecedented size. Mr. Carroll is forty nine years old and was born in Mansfield, La. lie was raised in a sawmill and went to school only a few months. In 1.573 young Carroll went to Beaumont, Tex., to become fore man of the Long Sawmill company's shingle mill and held the position for four years, When he married Miss Underbill Mix son of that place. The young couple went from there to Cairo, Jasper coun ty, where Mr. < 'ur- roll was the super intendent of a log- O. W. CAREOLL. King camp for four years. At the end of this period be returned to Beau mont, where he has since resided. He has been prominent in the lumber busi ness and in the development of Texas us an oi...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 September 1904

6 DRESS AM) LAbiilON. SOME FAVORED MODES AND NOVEL- TIES OF LATE SUMMER. FrlTied Battlements a Pretty Fancy on a Gown to Be Worn at a Xo«U ionnhlc Resort—Styllah Model For a Dnst Coat or Race Wrap. The battlemented gown of the first put is a very attractive instance of what Is appearing for late summer and early autumn costumes at fashionable resorts. Koyal blue is this lovely barege fabric, set off with silk frills and slashed to give an occasional peep of white diaphanous tiers In tulle, mus lin or lace. The jabot is of lace to correspond, while an original decora tive motif Is furnished in leaves of white lawn spangled and embroidered. COBTDMK FOR A FASHIONABLE BESOBT. Passementerie froggings and corselet belt in nasturtium panne complete the costume. The second cut shows a stylish model of a dust or race wrap which may be suitably carried out in white alpaca or silk, the joins necessitated by the narrow width of the latter being com pletely bidden in the voluminoud folds. The ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 September 1904

: the County j L.A CROSSR LOCALS Harvesting is still in progress in thi« vicin.ty about two-thirds of the grain being threshed, grain Miss Ellen Chandler and Mis* Edith Yeend left Tuesday for S P rag Ue afllr StZ 86Veral daJB With '"eodaaS Mini Georgia Rymille of Homer Neh ,s yismng with Mrs. John Rathbun, her H.Hter-m law She expects to remaL t-everal months. mmn Nellie Kunigarner was the guest of Hazel Schnable last Saturday Abby and Genevieve Clark'were visit ing friends here Thursday Frank Campbell, of ttfe International Investing Company, was in our burg wveral days this week doing business for hipcompauy. Ul Arthur Locke, who has been the night telegraph operator at this point, left Saturday for Portland, Oregon Mrs. Baird daughter of Asa Rathbun s here from Homer, Neb., visiting her father, and brothers, John, Pit and ( oarles, and sister, Mrs. Abe Shobe Charles Doritj, father of our former U. R. A: >. agent, who had his foot se verely bruised while running the Schrock Jla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 9 September 1904

8 The Boycott Continues $2.00 Petticoats 08c I flp The FaiP'S GrOCCPV Departmfint I A Woman's Shoe Bargain Th such offerings as this that puts our competitors in the background. * ■ Our Shoe Department ia what keeps our competitors wondering. A gectleman a firm from whom we frequently made purchases, called WOMEN'S $3.00 SHOES FOI* $2.24. finding a manufacturer with more petticoats than money, bought hie upon us and stated that if he continued to sell The Fair and The Fair continued their 7r , pairg Women - 8 Fioe ShopSf in turns or we | tß> k id or patent tips, close entire stock at a price bordering on 50c on the dollar. Our portion presen t selling prices, the association would boycott his house as well as The Fair. We or extension soles, this Fall's newest footwear. You L\ A has just arrived. They are made from fine quality Mercerized Sateen, *" J . . cannot buy a Dair like them elsewhere for less than %rA A^L bave wide flounce and 12 rows of tucking., Oflierß to make ft^ can...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 September 1904

THE COLFAX GAZFTTF TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. Platt & DPBoen s= 1 ■ •*" Vk Ul VJJVI MILLINERY VITE credit everyone with common sen*e; improbable ' ' stories never find place in our advertisements. WE MIGHT FILL THIS PAGE with a collection of bargains (?), but a strict rule in this house fobids indiscriminate advertising, and as our many patrons know we sell only reliable merchandise, it is hardly necessary for us to call attention to the sterling worth of the goods we offer. Dress Goods Worthier weaves never found room on a retailer's counter. They were selected with an eye to quality, to style, to generous width and extra value, and we cannot attempt to describe the rich, warm beautieß of these masterpieces of the weaver's art. Nothing short of a visit to this up-to-date Dress Goods DepHrtment will give you an understanding of their true merit, therefore we cordially invite you to come in and inspect the stock. We've never been in such Hbape to fill your every desire in this importan...

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. — 16 September 1904

• CODD'S MILL IS SOLD Potlatch Lumber Company Take Possession May 1. Htamling Timber Along Palouse River and Logging Outfit In cluded in the Big Deal. The Potlatch Lumber Company of Palnu»e has purchased the standing timber, lodging outfit aud saw mill of William (.'odd, the deal having been closed the latter part of last week at a cash considi ration which will range in the neignborbnod of $150,000. The timber purchased by the I'otlateb peo pie is located on 44 quartern of 11 nee tions of laud situated on the headwaters of the Pnlouse and Potlatch river* in Idaho, The price paid for the timbvr in at the rate of $1 per 1000 feet. The logging out lit included in the sale is lo cated in the timer on the upper Palouse and the saw mill in nit tinted at i >lf<i\ Expert estimators are now in the tim her, poMMriod of which has already been given, and it in understood that the Potlatch company will pluee at leant 500 men in their logging camp* thiH winter and that they propone to cut ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 September 1904

Grand Fall Opening Saturday SEPTEMBER 1"7, 1904. LIPPITT BROTTTR R S haVe determined t0 eclipse all former efforts on this occasion, and to make J-j^i j_i;kj this a veritable exposition of Style and Fashion every market was searched in our quest of the best for the women of Colfax and Whitman county. TllG OostllTTM^S $1,11 fl W l*a 11 <4 which we exhibit Saturday will include the very latest styles and „ dllU YYldjJJb creations, just received for this occasion. It is not necessary here to miate upon any part of this display. We feel sure that the mere announcement as above, coupled with our own reputation is all that need be mentioned. New Silks and Dress Goods £££» 'SSTXtttTSSiSS^JISXt wilderment of textiles, ready for your inspection and choosing! lift IVPW frlm PQ A grand showing oi novelties for this season, including an immense stock of the cele- UU VJIIU> CO brated MONARCH, STEINKALI and BRUNHILD Kid Gloves. DaiTltiV TiSI.PP^ Charming Neckwear, Dress Trimmings, Garniture...

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 September 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax as second class matter. Subscription, $2.00 a year — $1.50 If paid In advance. Six months, In advance, 75c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. R. A N. Time Card. To Portland. 8:15 P.m. To Spokane f>;ls a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. H:4o p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. REPUBLICAN TICKET National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. For Congress—Will E. Humphrey of King, Wesley L. Joneu of Yakima and Francis W. Cushman of Pierce. For Governor—Albert L. Mead of What- For Lieutenant Governor— Charleß E. Coon of Jefferson. —-».-. c For Secretary of State-Sam H. Nichols of Snohoniish. For State Treasurer— George G. Mills of Thurston. _ _ , For State Auditor —C. W. Clauson of Kitsap. For Attorney General—John D. Atkinson of Chelan. __ _ , For Land Commissioner—E. W. Ross of Cowli...

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 September 1904

IT MUCH BUSINESS Proceedings of the Board of County CommisHionors. General Claimn-Cost Billß_R oad District Claims-Tax Matters —Koad Matters. The board of county co mm i 88 ioner 8 pursuant to adjournment, met on the Gth day of September, 1904, with all members of the board present. The following claims were examined and allowed on the current expense fund: General Claims. Alexander J L, expense for sheriff , „« bramwe i Bro H , bupplies for sheriff ".'.. 5 ™ hiamwe Bros, supplies for clerk too Bramwell Bros, supplies for treasurer " ■> An Beck. FW, livery for sherifi.. , Si Buck, John S, livery for sheriff! ". 10 E Krysou 0 V, wood for indigent and courthoiiHe .... •«-».„ ouu Carroll A Larkiu, meat'forVndige.'t « so Clarke & Eaton, supplies for Co larm'" 11 65 ( rawforri, v B, repairs at courthouse 1 00 Carter. (JB, expense as deputy sheriff ' 26 10 ( nmat. Joseph, expense as sheriff 2 00 Canutt Jooeph, boarding j>risoaers 180 6rt City of Coliax. water rent for c ,urt hou...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 September 1904

G THE SUBWAY TAVERN A NOVEL SALOON AND BISHOP POT TER, WHO OPENED IT. What He Han to Say Abont the "Poor Man's Clnb" — The Bishop's Career Marked by Extreme Liberality. Criticism of Hl» Cournf. Next to Broadway probably the most famous street in New York is the Bow ery. The Bowery is famous for its uuloons. It has a great variety of these institutions, but the most unique of BISHOP HENRY O TOTTER. those in its vicinity, and at present the most talked about, is the one called the Subway tavern. One of the reasons why this saloon is in the public eye so much at the present moment is the fact that when it was formally opened, a few days ago. a bishop was present and took part in the ceremonies. The bishop was the Right Rev. Henry (". Potter of the diocese of New York. Since this occasion Bishop I'otter has been much censured by many of his ec clesiastlcal brethren for lending his countenance to any kind of an institu tion where intoxicating liquors are dis pensed. Of course the Subway ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 September 1904

All Around th^cS^m^ ALBION AFFAIRS CHnyeov: r rVeßtiDthißViCinit^ Many threshing machines have pul! e H ,a tor the season after a 30 days' rSn Wheat hauling , 8 the new\ r d er " o f business, and gram is being rushprf ♦ the warehouses here at a lively ?ate ° The weather has been ideal for *v harvest, and although September is here there is no change from summer days Postmaster Lawler has sold his resi deuce property and will build a fi no house on his lots in the north end of town. Ul MBny new ressdences are to be erected here tb.s autumu, and Albion will soon (experience quite a huildiug boom Ih* Cummins has recently purchased the Alien residence near the new Method int church, and added it to his other rentable property. uer Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Hall have returned rom their eastern trip. Dr. Hall was in Chicago taking a post graduate course in medicine. I hey took in the St. Lou,s fuir on the way home. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Kelly expect to have soon for a visit to the world's fair at...

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 September 1904

8 THE FAIR STARTS THE FALL SELLING OFF WITH A - Full Page of Tempting Bargains And careful and economical buyers -will find it greatly to their interests to read, and read carefully, every word on this page. It tells of "wondrous offerings, supreme bargains, and of money-saving opportunities on a large scale. It tells you of the advantages this store has over all others; tells how and why this store is forcing all competitors to the background. Notice the difference between their offerings and those in this page. Note how fearlessly we come out and quote you prices on merchandise of standard makes and qualities—prices they dare not follow. And why ? you may ask. Simply because they do not buy right. A half million dollar purchase is nothing for the buyers of the Cash Buyers Union, when it comes to a ques tion of getting a better price. With such advantages is it any wonder that we can quote you prices on the "World's Best Merchandise, that no other store can or dare meet? Our busine...

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 September 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-SKVKNTH YEAR. Platt & DreoGP =& I IULL %* Ul VljUl MILLINERY TI7E credit everyone with common sense: improbable " " stories never find place in our advertisements. WE MIGHT FILL THIS PAGE with a collection of bargains (?), but a strict rule in this house fobida indiscriminate advertising, and as our many patrons know we sell only reliable merchandise, it is hardly necessary for us to call attention to the sterling worth of the goods we offer. Dress Goods Worthier weaves never found room on a retailer's counter. They were selected with an eye to quality, to style, to generous width and extra value, and we cannot attempt to describe the rich, warm beauties of these masterpieces of the weaver's art. Nothing short of a visit to this up-to-date Dress Goods Department will give you an understanding of their true merit, therefore we cordially invite you to come in and inspect the stock. We've never been in Huch shape to till your every desire in this impor...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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