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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 October 1904

G Ordinance No. Ml. An ordinance specifying and adopting » sy«- ! tern or plan of making certain additions ; to tho existing water works system of the City of Colfax: declaring the MtUMtG cost thereof, and providing tor the payment of the out thereof out of a special fund cre ated by setting aside seventy ler cent of | the water rents of said <ity, and calling a special election, at which the qualified | rated of said city may vote lor or against said plan of adding to said water work * system, ami for or against incurring an indebtedness to pay for the cost and ex pense of said addition t'» he paid for out «f said special fund. Whereas, The public necessities and health of the City of Coital raqoim a more suitable supply of water th D that DOW mcd by the present water workH system of said city ; and Whereas, An adequate, suitable and per manent Biipply for said city is available by a gravity system from a H iwintr spring about two miles above KU.ertou, to the present res ervoir,...

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. — 7 October 1904

R AMI AC MATTERS. Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Hollenbeck are visiting; al the home of the letter's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. (iains. Mm. Frank Tempero expects her mother to visit her in the near future. Hiram Howard is killing and selling beeves thin fall. His customers live on both *i<len of the butte. Pall work in progressing rapidly and some plowing in being done. \lt hough all wish for rains it seems as though the beautiful fall weather will continue. The telephones have not all been in stall lei an yet. .luck iolliriß hus rented the Al Keyee 1 Howard of Eden Valley has rented the Hogan ranch on Clear creek. Dave Whitney has torn down his old barn from beside his new one. It im proven the lookH of the place. If asked who raiseß the most chickens nix) prodaeefl the most eggs, we would promptly reply, Will Toerry, He has about 1000 chickens at present. Some be expects to sell, but will buy more bens, so hh to have about 1000 egg pro ducers for the winter. AMONG THE CHURCHES. United Pre...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 7 October 1904

8 I Let All Come to the County Fair I Your Railroad Fare Refunded 1 „ 1 AIL f iVIIV C 3 1 URL WHO DESERVES YOUR TRADE? I I Your Railroad Fare I I win Be PAYS YOUR RAILROAD FARE BOTH WAYS t **..*.*., f 9 or the merchant who follows a price? l.*n't C % Out of to am visitors, who buying an excursion ticket to Colfax during Jt • f** that The Fair has been making the « —^ our County Fair, and trade at this store, will upon showing us the re- prices in Colfax—and isn't it also a bet * f CP CT CT turn coupon, receive the full amount of their fare in Cash. The condi- that as a result of those prices, people in C 2 ■ ■ lEibi tions are that visitors purchase merchandise to the amount placed and around Colfax are baying their mer- OppOSite their respective Stations: chandise at least a third cheaper than they \ J Station Amount Station Amount would were it not for The Fair's prices? « I This add tells you all riparia $50.00 uarfield $15.00 M § J LACROSSE 30.00 FARMINGTON 25.00 J » abOUt it WIN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 14 October 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-EIGHTH TEAR. Platt & Dreger §§f During Fair Week We invite all Uione^attending the Whitman County Fair to call and examine mir stock of goods; compare the QUALITY with goods offered uh BA K OAINS by otheratorea. We do not handle the "cheap" trashy stuff that always proves exceedingly "expensive" to the purchaser, and jh only a "bar gain to the merchant who sells it. Our goods throughout every department are thoroughly reliable in every particular aod guaranteed to be exactly as represented, and our prices are right. Dress Goods Worthier weaves neverjfound roomY>n a'retailer's counter. They were selected with an eye to quality, to'style, to generous iwidth^and extra value, and we cannot attempt to describe the rich, warmjjbeauties of these masterpieces of the weaver's art. Nothing short of a visit to this up-to date Dress^Joods Department will give you an understanding of their true merit, therefore we cordially invite you to come in and inspect the ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 14 October 1904

f COUNTY MIR IS OPEN Beautiful Weather Brings Uood Crowdn Every Day. Fine»t Grain?, Grasses, Frultf, Vegetables and lilve Stock Kver Seen In the County. The tenth annual exhibit of the Whit man County Fair aswoeiation whs opened to the public Wednesday morning, under the most favorable circumstances. Splendid weal her prevail* and great crowds are coming every day. It is ex petted that the largest crowds Colfax has ever seen will be in attendance today and tomorrow. All exhibits were in place by Wednes day evening and Horticultural hall pre Milted a scene of beauty and artistic taste. In the renter of the building is a square, decorated handsomely with grains, grasses and flowers. In the center is the goddess of plenty The Whitman county granges occupy the en tire east wing of the building, several having exhibits in competition for the JflijO premium offered for the best grange display. This is a new feature and it is proving wonderfully successful. These displays arc splendid and ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 14 October 1904

"MY" HOW THEY DID COME! LIPPITT BROTHERS TOO HTJSY TO WTCTTTTi A IST ATI But 4hBW are hundreds of bargains at Lippitt 3J ■*- ±±L TV lilliJ J^IJ Brothers that mean MONEY SAVED FOR YOU Agents for: j I |PP|"| —T DDATUCDQ Agents for: rrrrr^r n ;<,„,.«. urn I I Dnv I nLnO ..., n ...,„.,.. J B. Corsets Ji ]• Butterlrk Fattorna S^™"K™ do?J.°r The Pioneer Merchants - - - Colfax, Washington K"8tm""""• """" > > Famoas MuiiMing Underwear From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. II 8 to John W Finch eh ewq, lota 3 and 4 of 31-18-4(5, patent U 8 to Owen Dolau eh nwq, lots 1 and 2 of 7-17 46, patent U S to Jesse H Sherman awq neq 28-16 41, patent V S to George 8 Allen, ah ewq and eh eeq 8-17-41, patent Deeds. John W Henkle to Richard John eon lota 5 and 6 blk 7 Geo T Huffman's add, Tekoa $ 400 A J Smith to Jamee Angus lot 10 blk 2, Pine City 1500 J II Lewie to John A McDonald part seq 5-14-45 1400 John Hebl to Nicholas Fleiech inan neq nwq, nh seq nwq 16 --12 46, 651 T V Blackhurst...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 14 October 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. I. HUNTER, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the poatofflce »t Colfax *■ second claaa matter. Subscription, 92.00 a year — $1.50 if paid in advance. Six months, in advance, 73c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. H. & N. Time Card. To Portland H:l- r > P-m- To Spokane 0:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:4. r > am. I'M p.m. From Moscow 9:45 ».m. MB p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. ItKPUBIiICAN TICKKT National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES VV. FAIRBANKS. State. For Coagress—Will K. Humphrey of King, Wesley L. Jones of Yakima and Francis VV. Cufihman of Pierce. For (Jovernor AU.ert E. Mead of What com. For Lieutenant Governor Charles E. Coon of .Tetf'THun. For Secretary of State Sam H. Nichols of Snohomieh. For State Treasurer -George G. Mills of Thurston. For State Auditor —C. W. Clauson of Kitsap. For Attorney General—JohD D. Atkinson of f'helan. For Land Conimissioner—E. W. Ross of Cowl...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 14 October 1904

THESE ARE GOOD Ml Short Sketches of the Republi- can County Nominees. Kvory Man on the Republican Ticket in Whitman County in Honorable and Capable. The Gazette takes pleasure this week in presenting short biographical sketches of some of the republican nominees for county and legislative honors. The list in not complete, owing to the fact that n few of the nominees have not as yet responded to the request for data con cerning their lives. It is desired that all thoHH who have not responded to the call do so at once, in order that every republican nominee in the county may be properly represented in these columns. Those biographies not appearing this week will be given in the next issue. JOE CANUTT. Joe Canutt, republican nominee for sheriff, was born in Douglas county, Oregon, January 8, 1859, living in that ntute with his parents until 1872, when h" moved to the Palouse country, the f/imily settling on a homestead on the I'enawawa. Mr. Canutt was educated at Oakland, Oregon, and a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 14 October 1904

f> ELECTION OFFICERS Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners. Claims Allowed—Auditor's Re com - inondxion for Tax Levy and Summary of Fundo. The board of county commissioners, pursuant to adjournment, met on the 3rd day of October, 1904, with Commis sioners Willard and Sherfey present. The following claims were examined and allowed on the current expense fund: General Claims. Allen, LE. expense county treasurer $ 275 Alexander, B J, aerrlee tor after!!! 12 69 Bmcli. John, livery lor sheriff 2 « Bacb, Jobn, livery for iherifl 5 OB Mramwell Bros, supplies for pros, atty 3 50 Bramwell Hron, supplies .'or co. treasurer oS 50 Bramwull Bros, supplies for co. auditor 200 Bryaon, O V, fuel for court house 14 40 Buck. John ri, livery for sheriff 14 40 Camitl, Joseph, expense as sheriff 24 95 Cauuit, Joseph. boarding prisoners 167 00 Oariey Urn*, repairs on furnace 38 10 Carroll & l.arkiu, supplies for indigent 90 Carter, ii B, expense as deputy sheriff... 77 85 Cbadwick, s J,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 14 October 1904

All Around the County ALBION AFFAIR 9. Hey. and Mrs. Harold returned Mon day fro.n a visit to Juliaetta, Idaho. i'he landlady of the hotel here has been called to the Big Bend country to h e n brother who was reported to be dyiog< B. J. Nagle of Pullman called on rela tives here Sunday. L. I>. Baldwin, Albion's genial drug gist, attended the Spokane fair last week. Everybody, his wife and all the babies an- in Colfax seeing the fair. Jim Stover and his force of carpenters left Monday for Endicott, where they go !o build a large barn for Hiram Mitchell. The Methodists held their dedication serriees laHt Sunday, and the little church at this place is now jogging along <>n regulatiou lines. After the c •. which was beautifully impressive, a tine dinner was served in the new hall. Postmaster Lawler has moved iuto his new cottage on the bill. Mr. and Mrs. Lies Lawler and Mr. and Mix. James Armstrong returned Mon ti ay from Spokane. Chester Fair, the oldest son of .lames Fair,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 14 October 1904

I Extraordinary Inducements For All to Shop Here Saturday—the Last Day of the Fair. We pay your Railroad Faro Women's $15.00 and $18.00 Coats We soil No. 118 New Home both ways. If you don't know *T% Af^\. £~~\ Drop Head Sewing Machines (he details, call and let us (Vu* M^ \^h C^J o l«oo iu\ explain Ihem to you. | lUI *$J !^«^/O TO!' 3|Mo. UU This week brought us another shipment of forty-five Coats from our New York Buyers. 000 on the dollar is what we paid for them. Every Coat is of newest style. They come in Kerseys and Mannish Mixtures. New Tourist Coats, the very correct thing; New Fitted Back Jackets; New Belted Back Jackets; New Jackets with Capes, Etc. A grand gathering of Swell New Coats that no competitor can show you for less G^i than from $15.00 to $18.00. Be here early Saturday and get first pick. All on display on center line, choice *./• */O Study This List of Money Savers for Saturday YOU'LL BUY FRREELY TOO Women's Fleece Lined Vests and Pants, taped edges, Standard ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 October 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWKN TTY-EIOHTH YEAR. A new line of llress <joo<lh and Waistiugs just arrived. Don't fail to see this line before purchasing, can please you in pattern and price. Drop in and have a look. ( 4' It f i tf'l ll<' It Keineiiiber that commencing Satur- Mlllllllllll diiy^ October s> aiH | continuing iiiion-h Fair Week we will make very low prices on our shirt line. The following will show a few of the values we are giving: $1.25 Shirt at $1.00 $1.60 Shirt at $1.30 $1.75 Shirt at $1.40 Have full line of Men's Fancy Hosiery. GROCERIES Lots of them and always the best the market affords. Call up or see Phone Main 621. < oMa\, Washington. illw V^ AOTJ JL lII© JL XjCLI. a2K& line of HEATERS "If ? last mSm* nGaIGPo mm> ' # The Kind that Saves Fuel ,yffi " "^'^j)^^^^^ The Kiilm Hardware Co. w^ PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS PORTLAND, OREGON - Established in 1566. Open all the year. Private or class instruction. Thousands of graduates in posi tions; opportun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 October 1904

f FAIR WAS A SUCCESS Tenth Annual Exhibition the Finest Ever Held. Best Display of Grains. Grasses, Fruits and Vegetables Kver Seen in Whitman County. It in the unanimous opinion of the several thousand people who attended the tenth annual exhibit of the Whitman County Fair association lane week that the exposition wan the best ever held in the county, in point of display and IBMnmrmta Horticultural hall wan a palace of rural beauty and the display of grains, eras Hen, fruits, vegetables, etc., etc., told the story of a country so marvelously rich in agricultural and horticultural products that a compari son could hardly be found. No place in the world does the soil produce such things as are rained in Whitman county and no where does the sun paint the cheeks of the npple a more glowing red. Every class of fruit grown upon the Pa louse hills and in the Snake river valley was on display and the visitor would travel thousands of miles without find ing a place where a better collection...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 October 1904

REL.ABLE MERCANT.LE HOUSE . 1 |-> i^l-■—!- i-. f^ /^T" , | I-n SUABLE MERCANTILE HOUSE ONE PRICE TO ALL LIPPITT BROTHERS one PRICE TO ALL COOPS MARKED IN PLAIN F.CURES The Pioneer Merchants. Colfax, Washington. cqqps MARKED »N PLAIN FICURES DISPLAY AND SALE OF NEW GOODS FOR WINTER 1904-1905 A fascinating assemblage of New Winter Goods in almost endless variety, and we now offer an assortment such as was never before equaled in Ccflfax. All of the Very Best Quality-All at the Very Lowest Possible Prices Agents for: j I |PP|TT DD^TLJITDQ Agents for: ?zrsrsc.,.«. urn I I Dnu I ni.no ——— J B. Corsets # Buttertek Patterns Steinkalta Kid Gloves Il| p PIOTIPPI* TVf OTOII Jlllt^ ■ l^nlfoV \\ »l CIIIII4 iti kl » ' P«y Stockings and the Monarch Km G.o.es A 11^ f 1011^^1 lfXtltlldlUS - - - >V aSlllllglOll Famous Munsin« Underwear From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. U S to Nancy A Fairchild, neq 19 --17-46, patent U S to John W Foley, eh eeq 14 --19 40, patent U S to Wm P Stipe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 October 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. L HUNTER, PUBLISHER. KUabllßhed, 1877. Entered at the poßtofflce at Colfax ai second cI&M matter. Subscription, $2.00 a year — $1.50 if paid in advance. Six months, in advance, 75c. Single coplen sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 806 p.m. To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:45 am. 8:1". p.m. From Moscow '.»:45 a.m. 5:46 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. KKFUBL.ICAN TICKET National. For President: THSODORE BOOBEVKLT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. For Congress—Will K. Humphrey of King, Wealey L. Jones of Yakima and Francis W. Cuahnian of Pierce. For Governor -Albert K. Mead of What coin. For Lieutenant Governor Charles E. Coon of Jetferson. For Secretary of State ham 11. Nichols M Hnohomißh. For State Treasurer- George G. Mills of Thurston. For State Auditor —C. W. Clauuon of Kitsap. For Attorney General—JohD D. Atkinson of Chelan. For Land Commissioner— E. W. Ross of Uowlitz. For Su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 October 1904

D. B, Crawford. I>. B. Crawford, republican nominee for coroner, was born in Worcheater county, Mass., in 1832 and received bis education in the common schools of bis native county. Mr. Crawford was reared on a farm, where he worked until about 22 years of age, after which he became an attendant in the general j nßane asylum of hie state. In 1857 he moved to California and in September of the same year went to Portland, Oregon, following the carpenter trade for several years, after which he moved to tf amhill county, Oregon, where be was married in 18G1 to Elizabeth E. Davis. Six children were born to this union. In 1887 Mr. Crawford moved^to Colfax, where he has since resided, following bis trade. He Berved two terms as coroner of Yamhill county, Oregon, before com ing to Washington, and at one time cume within a very few votes of being nominated for sheriff of that county. Mr. Crawford was elected coroner of Whitman county by the republicans iD 18*.)8 and served one term. In 19...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 October 1904

G n " Right Kind B Of Mother 1 She Does Not Try to "Mold" Her Children •«W'LL tell you one thing women jfs rush in where" ■ "Men would fear to tread?" "Weil, they certainly would give the subject MOM serious thought if they had in face its obligations" - "Meaning?" "Meaning the responsibility of bring ing up children. Women seem to (hiuk they can do it by following blind in stinct, or, for the matter of that, no Instinct nt all. However, that is ultra feminine. When a man Is about to eu ter a profession he learns conscientious ly all he can about it. Women, on the other hand, are apt "smatterers." They want to be given the credit of knowing things without the painstaking labor of learning. That's one reason why they are so apt to be failures in the busi ness world. And it's the same In moth erhood. 'She brought up a large fam ily,' one often says in praise of a wom an, when, as a matter of fact, the fam ily pretty well brought its own self up and escaped destruction and calamity onl...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 October 1904

All Around the County DIAMOND DRIFT W. P. Stipe has purchased G5 acres of the Pointer land, paying $3f> an acre. Mr. Stipe was fortunate in bis purchase, as adjoiuing parties would have given #45 an acre. Mr. Pointer only recently purchased the land which he sold to Mr. Stipe, having paid but $26 an acre. Wheat hauling has practically ceased and the warehouses are anxiously look ing for a supply of cars to move it east and to tide water. The bulk of the wheat sold for $70 cents. .Joe Fieklin has returned from the mountains whe he has been taking care of E. A. Torrances' sheep in the capacity <>f foreman. This would be a good point for a niHtl»r, no dead head, to put in a wood and coal yard. By honest dealing with farmers he could build up a good trade. As it is many farmers every year club together and send to the mountains for their wood or haul coal from Colfax or Endicott. LO. J. Armstrong has finished seeding 200 acres and is now helping Elmer Krtle to wind up his fall ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 21 October 1904

8 $1.50 Petticoats 98c 10 Dozen Women's Black Sateen Petticoats, just arrived from our New York -buyers, bought at nearly half regular price, handsome underskirts of excellent quality spun glass, made with ruffles and numerous rows of stitching, positively a regu- lar $1.50 value, on sale at.. . tJOC Two Overcoat Bargains For Men The First is a Heavy Grey Mixed Kersey, made with Silk Velvet Col lar, good linings, easily a ai ao $7.50 coat, special at fMr.Uo The Other is a fine All Wool, Blue Black Kersey, a Dress Over coat with Silk Velvet Collar, strong Italian Linings, wide French Facings, and it bought regularly a $13.50 coat. See them. OL'Q X Each 3>0.4r0 KOAl) DIPHOYEMENT. A FEW FACTS FOR THE FARMERS TO CONSIDER. 'What rnlmpruvrd Highways Are CoatioK Them — « nn«t ruction and Care of Dirt Koada—Furnt Wagonii Should Have Wide Tires. At 110 time in the world's history has there b<«eu such an agitation on the question of roads as is going on at the present time, says a write...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 October 1904

TTii£ COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-EIGHTH TEAR. SAY! A new line of Dress Goods ami Waistiugs just arrived. Don't fitil to see this line before purchasing, can please you in pattern and price. Drop in and have a look. f^ kI tI i» 111 i*l Remember that commencing Satur \*iylllliyllllyll 4|ay^ October 8, and continuing through Fair Week we will make very low prices on our shirt line. The following will show a few of the values we are giving: $1.25 Shirt at $1.00 $1.50 Shirt at $1.30 $1.75 Shirt at $1.40 Have full line «l Men's Fancy Hosiery. GROCERIES Lots of them and always the best the market affords. Call up or see Phone Main 621. Colfax, Washington. ESTABLISHED 1883. The First National Bank COLFAX, WASHINGTON Capital, Surplus and Profits, $120,000.00 WE ARE TWENTY-ONE TWENTY-ONE years ago The First National Bank of Colfax was organized by Levi Ankeny, William Lippitt, Julius Lippitt, J. H. Bellinger, Charles B. Newman, M. S. Burrell, C. H. Lewis and Henry Fail ing, all men of high financ...

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