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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 September 1904

t NEW PRIZES OFFERED Whitman County Fair Will be the Finest Ever Held. Btnck Stalin. Grounds »nd Horti cultural Hall Receiving Nn meroiis Improvements. Manager Lennox of the Whitman County Fair and Live Stock Show, ban learned that there area Dumber of fine blooded horses in the comity that have only recently been brought here, and an a result they have no local record. In order that thin elans of horses may be entered, the management has decided to offer several new premiums that will not be found in the printed premium list, be cause of the fact thai that catalogs has already come from the preM dmm 4% has been established, which will include any breed of horses other than those enumerated in classes one, two, three and four, the prize being the same as for class one. This premium will also be given for the best stallion, four yean old, without colts to his get. Prizes ol ff> and $2 50 will also be given for the best saddle horse. Workmen are now employed at the fair grounds nea...

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 September 1904

UIPPITT BROTHERS Autumn Unfolds Her Choicest Style Gems Fresh From the Mint of Fashion ADVANCE AUTUMN SHOWING of the Very Latest Styles in All Departments. The glow of color arrests the eye The wealth of novelties impresses the observer. The attention to detail, the liberality of assortments, in short the TAUT — r of this our Autumn showing „ most abundant proof that Lippitt Brothers' Twenty Eighth F,ll Season will be a signally sueeessfull one TOOT ENSEMBLE FHLL OPENING SHLE Come give us a call and be convinced that you can always get the Very Latest Styles, The Best Quality of Merchandise, all at the Very Lowest Possible Prices, at Agzm^L I LIPPITT BROTHERS K cutsft» = Thomson Glove Fitting Corsets I " ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Wtm^ ■ H 111 Boap | \ Iron Clad Hose J B Corsets \ r«ii "»"*• m«- « I Butterick Patterns SrS'iS'orr The Pioneer Merchants - - - Colfax, Washington Pmr Bt"ckln<tß *nd the !^ > Famous Mnnslnit I'lKUTteoar From County Records Coy. Patents and Receipts. U S to Geo L Smit...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 September 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postoffico at Colfax as second class matter. Subscription. $2.00 a year —91.50 tf 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. 8:15 P-m. To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. ToPendleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. 3:45 P.m. To Momow 10:50 a.m. 8:5 JO p.m. REPUBLICAN TICKET National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. Htate. For CougreßB —Will K. Humphrey of King, Wealey L. Jones of Yakima and Francis W. Cunbman of Pierce. For Governor—Albert E. Mead of What com. _, For Lieutenant Governor—Charles K. Coon of Jefferson. _ __ , , For Secretary of State-Sana H. Nichols of Snohomish. For Htate Treasurer— George G. Mills of Tburston. . For State Auditor —C. W. Clauson of KiUap. For Attorney General—John D. Atkinson of Chelan. For Land Commissioner—E. W. Roes of Cowlitz. For S...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 September 1904

A ROUSII RECEPTION Continued from First Page. of Washington has been richly rewarded, and the people of this state have reasons to be proud of the fertility of your soil, the pro ductiveness of your farms, your energy, in dustry, in providing with almost unbounded prodigality for the sustenance of a substantial portion of your fellow-citizens in countries not engaged in wheat raising, as well as in portions of the country engaged in the prose cution of that form of agriculture. When the product of this county is meas ured at the warehouse or according to its value in dollars and cents, this territory fa miliarly known as the Palouse country is almoßt as rich in its productive capacity as hi.me of the smaller states of the Union and exceeds in that respect some of the empires of thi- old world. 1 do not claim that the republican party is entitled to credit for all of the prosperity that M enjoyed by the people of this county, or of : hi* utate, but I do claim that on this fiftieth an...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 September 1904

6 STATE BOARD'S WORK Kailroa.is Equalized at $7,920 Per Mile For First Class. That Figure Itepresenta An Increase of $5,400,000 Over Ijast Year's Equalisation. Olyaipia, Wash.. Sept. 19 —Represen tatives of the railway companies failed to secure the clarification aaked of the Htate board of equalization Saturday. The board today equalized Hrst cluss or trunk line track at $7920 per mile and decided that it would be impracticable to make more than one class of rolling stock. Railroad representatives had asked for a valuation of $7892 per mile on main lineH and for a classifying of rolling stock that, would have materially reduced the total of railroad valuation** for taxing purposes. The rate adopted by the state board is the one decided upon by the 19 die senting assessors at the assessors' con vention in Spokane last .January. Many of the assessors who were satisfied with the lower rate of $7392, previously ac cepted, agreed after reaching home to adopt the higher value. A few larg...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 September 1904

All Around the County I AIjBIUN AFFAIRS. John Rice recently Hold eighty acres of hin ranch near town to Dave Saunders. Valoatioa $50 per acre. Mr. Rice has purchased the beautiful residence owned by E 1. Bryant in the east end of town, M ih) with lii« wife has come to reside where tbej can enjoy a well earned rest in their new home. Bert Rice has moved to Ibe old home place his father recently vacated and will continue the work of a prosperous young rancher. plans for reopening Edwards col Icgi :.,( full have gone glimmering. The nubjecl baa been discussed thoroughly, nitfa no satisfactory results. Albion's building boom is making progress. Quite a force of car peatert re employed and work is being rushed as last an possible. The demand for dwelling houses has never been so pressing in Albion as at the present time, and Dot a vacant house is available. Mitiiv farmers corue here in the fall to send their children to the public school, ami while BOOM own their cottages here, others le...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 September 1904

8 GRAND LOOM-END SALE ! Don't delay-Don't wait-Don't miss it. . Si !|^Wil& IRw^Xnl h^^Q fih*^^ ! < The sale that brin £s the crowds- Don't forget to bring your pocketbook. j W^t^W^^S^^^ !*M3 % 5 ij^^^^^^^^^^^ Prices for tnis sale lower than ever>' Don't forget we spare no pains to please you. lsf%^'^^^^®^^^^^'v] I KWv m&^s ll IB iiQIHI Ttie store tliat does tllin Ss as advertised. Don't be in doubt, nor overlook the price tickets, i Doilt fail t0 £ vt y°ur *uare oi tue bargains. Don't hesitate to bring your neighbors. $ w^^ff^^Qp^^^^^^^Sp^l The i>roof of tlie PuddinS i(S ™ tlie eatin £' S Don't miss the good things all through the store, i I^MlVs^^H üßi^duoß! i Plenty of savings for economical buyers. Iw F . iP vi Loom Ends at Low Prices vv r« m A W V^ I *% Loom Ends at Little Prices [ T . rF ., DS | M Linked to Good Values. What At^P LOOITI fLftCIS ? UT?d [(|j)a ▼▼ liat ril V WUUHI &^ll\A3 • Up-to-Date Merchandise at B{j)l "^H Plenty of Good Pickings E fee &...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 September 1904

THE.COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. =THE= First National Bank OF COLFAX Capital, Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00 JpOR TWENTY-ONE YEARS the First National Bank of Colfax has served the needs of its cus tomers in the Palouse Country. It is today better equipped than ever to take care of all legitimate bank ing matters. The management have set four cardinal points as characteristic of its business relations with its customers. \ FlßST—Safety. \ SIX OND All Business Shall Be Confidential, j $ Till KD—Uniform Courtesy. < FOURTH-Liberality in All Matters Consist- \ ent With Sound Hankin--. We invite your account whether it be large or small. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT •>**■ an attractive place for invest ment of funds where Becurity is the first consideration. New Goods New goods are arriving, so when buying your Fall supply don't fail to see our Stock. Can save you money, PRICE and QUALITY considered. We have with us now Mrs. Hogue, and would be pleased to have her friends call and se...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 September 1904

i WILL PLAY FOOT BALL First Maine of Season Will be Colfax f*. Walla Walla. The Local Team Is Putting Up Splendid Practice and a Hous ui)4 Game ih Expected. TIM football KMon will open in Colfax next Saturday afternoon, October 1, when the Coifas high tteboai team will meet the squad from the Walla Walla high school. The visitors have v strong teas and it m hoped that there will be a large turnout to cheer the local boys on to victory. The Colfax boys have had almont three weeksol preliminary training, and despite the fait that an entirely new system of plays has been introduced, tin' team bafl mastered all the formation* already given rheni. Never before aaa the outlook been ho promising for the local team. The line will be light, but with fast backs and ends thin deficiency in weight will be mure than overbalanced, (irit and nap are the qualities which the coach in trying to develop in the men. Each night there in a good turnout of the boys who are trying for the team. Signal work...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 September 1904

CHILDREN'S DAY AT LIPPITT BROTHERS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. £"^ W • A a-g j~y • <g Have you a Dolly ? I ittlA I Iff*! Has your Dolly an Undershirt? 4JCI7 • Lwl LLIV VJ.II Jl Tio7ou want your Dolly to have an Undershirt? •^ 7 D° you want to know how to get an Undershirt for your Dolly? Listen Now—We Are Going to Tell You How! Next Saturday October Ist the folks who run Lippitt Brother's department store are going to give away 300 pretty Doll's Shirts to just 300 pretty little Girls: you must tell your mamm. about this, because Lippit Brothers cannot poss.bly get time to tell 300 mammas about it. Tell your mamma that these skirts are made of fine mercerised ,■„,,„„ „,d bok exactly hke sl lk, and that you want very much to be one of the 300 little girls who are going to get one. Tell her that every little girl who comes to the store nex" L urTy th r mamma or some other grown person, will be given one of these shirts free of charge. Be sure to tell her to come early because the :fOO shir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 September 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. ■■tablUhed,lß77. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax at second claaa matter. Subscription, £2.00 a year — $I.RO IT paid in advance. Six months, in advance, 7Rc. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. K. 4k N. Time Card. To Portland. «:l- r > P-m- To Spokane <>:15a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:4f> am. H:l"> p.m. From Moscow !>:4 r > a.m. '•*■■*'> P-m- To Moscow 10-.Wa.m. *:20 p.m. KKPUBIjICAN TIOKKT National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. For Congress—Will K. Humphrey of KinK, Wesley L. Jones of Yakitna and Francis W. Cushman of Pierce. For Governor Albert E. Mead of What For Lieutenant Governor— Charles E. Coon of Jrtferson. For Secretary of State Sam H. INichols of Suohomish. For State Treasurer- George G. Mills of Thurßton. For State Auditor —('. W. Clauson of Kitsap. For Attorney General—John D. Atkinson of Chelan. For Land Commissioner-E. W. R...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 September 1904

Marietta !Ho 11 ey 1 Woman Humorist Like Her Own Samantha Allen AMERICA can boast today what no other nation in civilization may, and that is v jjeuuine and famous woman humorist, Marietta llolley, the creator of Ba manthji Allen. Barring the quaint dialed speech and the fuct that she has do husband whom she "has to correct," -Miss ilulk-y Is herself Sa iiiant ha Allen. Manifest in her dally life and character are the profound, yet homelike philosophy, strong eou viriinns and advanced Ideas that Sa luantha utters in the pages of Marietta llolley'a books. With all this Miss llolley combines in her own makeup an exquisite poise of judgment and a breadth of Intelligence that enable her to sec all sides of a question at once. Few reformers of either sex can do that. "I try in everything to be like Sa mantha, 'inejum,'" says the author of "Samantha." It would be hard to find a finer type •'f womanhood than Marietta Holley. She is honest and sincere as the sun light, and no human being ca...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 September 1904

6 L. , „ i n , Dairymen ton often have the impres sion iii.it when their cows have win tered well and are fairly out to grass there need he but little care or atten tion given them and that in their herd they bare a fountain that is to supply good pure milk simply by drawing it, no matter bow or when, says a Con nectlcal tanner in American Cultiva tor, it has been my experience that cows that have been worried by a dog in being driven from or to the pasture or whipped, shouted at and hurried by thoughtless and brutal drivers are In no condition to yield milk of best quality or quantity. Let the cows always be driven quiet ly and at an ordinary walking gait to and from the pasture If you wish to obtain the lx-st results; also keep the tows gentle and quiet. For even with nil the other essentials of success in dairying, if this rule is ignored, I fear you will be at a great loss. It is true people understand that when cows are milked very irregularly or subjected to any brutal treatme...

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. — 30 September 1904

All Around the County AIiIHON AF FA HIS. Mrs. Ella Lawler visited relatives in Pullman last week. Mrs. Ella Hull, formerly of Albion, but now residing at Pampa, made a business call here the first of the week. Mrs. Mary Helm of Uuutsville is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sarah Marquis. Mm. Helm will visit relatives on the reservation before returning home. Hob Thompson of Winona was here the l»»Ht of the week looking after his interests in Albion. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Short will spend the month of October on the Farr ranch one mile from town. They go to look after the interests of the place while Mr. and Mrs. Farr visit the exposition at St. Louis. A line well is one of the improvements just added to the public school yard. Albion's water Bupply has been added to <>f late by a number of wells that have been sank. The Lynch boys of Four Mile are at tending the Agricultural college at Pull man. Mr. and Mra. Heury Woods have gone to Colfax to Hpend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. I'lens. ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 September 1904

s Join the Crowds and Hurry to The Fair for the Big Loom-End Sale Continues The busiest times in the history of this store was the result of the first week of this grand Pall Opening and Loom-End Sale. Did you ever see such crowds ? But it was a good natured one and though you had to do a little elbowing, it was worth all of it, for the dollar you were spending here was doing the work of two at the other stores. This week we have more extra help and we will do our best to make shopping pleasant for you. New items and even bigger bargains than prevailed before are all arranged to make the second week of this long to be remembered sale busier that the first. "We mention only a few items, hundreds of others equally as big bargains at the store. Come. 6c Dark B ; ',c Outing 15c Wrapper sOc California 812.00 Women's 12£ c Outing 50c Rippled Calico 2|c Flannel 4Ae Cloths 9c Flannel 29c Coats 87,98 Flannels B ; ',c Eiderdown 29c SPVf.rHllMin.Jmi vardsof urmts »«... ,i,,rk ftntinca Full 28 ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 October 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. Platt & Opener £&« 1 IWU ** ■*■ WJ| WI MILLINERY During Fair Week We invite all those attending the Whitman County Fair to call and examine our rtoefc of goods; compare the QUALITY with goods offered as BAR GAINS by other stores. We do not handle the "cheap" trashy stuff that always proven exceedingly "expensive" to the purchaser, and is only a "bar gain to the merchant who Bells it. Our goods throughout every department nre thoroughly reliable in every particular and guaranteed to be exactly as represented, and our prices are right. Dress Goods Worthier weaves never found room on a retailer's counter. They were selected with nn eye to quality, to style, to generous width and pxtra 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 y...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 October 1904

f AN ARTESIAN SPRING I nlimited Quantity of Marvel ously I'ure Water. Colfax Ir Now in the Possession of a Supply Thai Will hast for All Time to Come The greatest event in the recent his tory of Colfax wan the consummation laHt week of the deal that gave the city the possession of Silver creek springs for a period of '.M» yearH. To solve the water problem for thin city has been the question before the various councils and citizens for a number of years. Colfax has always had enough water, but the quality has been such that very few peo ple in town have used it for drinking purposes exclusively. This one fact, has htvii, perhaps, the greatest drawback to the city's growth. It has prevented many people from locating here and it has discouraged various lines of indus try, but with the waters of Silver creek springs running into the city reservoir continuously h new life will be added to the people and those who visit for the purpose of looking over the Held for in vestments will be enc...

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. — 7 October 1904

THE GREATEST ATTRACTION AT THE WHITMAN COUNTY FAIR is the Money Saving Opportunities offered you at LIPPITT BROTHERS. The Greatest Bar gains offered during the Whitman County Fair will be published daily during the entire week of the Fair by LIPPITT BROTHERS The Pioneer Merchants, Colfax, Wash. You are invited and expected to make this great store your headquarters while visiting the Whitman County Fair to be held October 12, 13,14 and 15,1904. From County Records Coy. Patents and Receipts. U S to Anua Steinbauer seq 30-15 --40, patent U S to James B Peterman wh ewq, eeq swq 9-14 43, patent U S to Alfred R Smith neq 11-17 --45, patent U S to Nancy A Irieh nh ewq 34 --16 41, patent U S to N P Ry Co nwq ewq 11-15 --43, patent Deeds. Henry Eutsler to Erneet Becker ewq* 5 and wh nwq 8-13-46 $ 7300 John Plairman to John V Mayer neq 7-11 46 500 Albert Witte to Chas Bailey et al lots 3 and 4. Rosalia 600 Isabella A Lockhart to Fred E Robinson lot 10 blk 2 Lockhart'a add, St John 125 F J Ma...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 October 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CHABK, PUBLISHER. BstablUhod, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax as secoud clau matter. Snbiicrlptton, 92.00 a year — $1.50 If paid in advance. Six months, in advance, 75c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. It. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 9dS p.m. To Spokane 0:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendinton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. 3:45 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. REPUBLICAN TICKKT National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. For Coßgress—Will K. Humphrey of King, Wesley L. Jones of Yakiina and Francis W. Cuahman of Pierce. For Governor—Albert K. Mead of What com. For Lieutenant Governor— Charles E. Coon of Jefferson. For Secretary of State - Sam H. Nichols of Snohomiah. 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 Cowlitz. For Superinte...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 October 1904

REPUBLICHN STRTE CHNDIDHTES WESLEY 1j JONES. Wesley L. Jones, republican candidate for representative in congress, is a native of Il linois and in forty years of age. He is a graduate of the Southern Illinois College of Enfield, and a practicing attorney. He came to the state of Washington in 18S(,t, and locat ed at North Yakimi, where he ban since been engaged in the practice of his profession. In 1898 Mr. Jones was given the congressional Domination by the republican state conven tion liini after making one of the best c»m piiignn iv the history of the state was elected ( ,\>r Jamea Hamilton Lewis, whose majority two years before was nearly 14,000. One of the most notable meetings of the 1898 cam paign wa« held at Walla Walla and addrewsed by Jones and Lewi* in a joint debate. That mi ting had much to do with the defeat of Mr. Lewis and tiie election of Messrß. Jones ami ('u-liman. Mr. Jooea was unanimously reaominated and elected with increased ma jorities in 1900 and 1902. He...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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