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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 October 1904

t ONLY FIVE AGAINST People of Coifax Tote for Silver Creek Springs. Contracts for Material and Con struction to He l.i-l Immedi ately and Work I'uHhed. At the special city election held in Col fax Tuendav, the people voted almost unanirnout-ly for the bringing of the waters of Silver creek springs to the city reservoir and for the incurring of $~>i>, 000 indebtedness against a special fund to be created therefor. There were 251 votes cast in the three wards, and only live persons voted againnt the proposi tion. In the first ward, 90 votes were cast, HH for and two nvrainHt; in the sec ond ward, then were 98 vote* cast, IX) for and two against; in the thin! ward, there were 63 votes cast, 02 for and one against. Contracts for the furnishing of certain materials to be used in the construction of the pipe line from the springs above Elberton to Coifax, were authorized at the meeting of the city council Monday evening, subject to the result of the elec tion held Tuesday. The elect...

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. — 28 October 1904

LIPPITT BROTHERS RELIABLE MERCANTILE HOUSE Unparalleled Bargains This Week-Gome With the Crowds Each and every Department Overflowing with Bargain Offers, that mean GREAT MONEY SAVING for you. Come and be convinced that the best quality of Merchandise and the LOWEST POSSiBLE PRICES are at Agentsfor: j I |PP|TT DDATUCDQ Agents for: =r^v:^ <,„„.,. Urrl I I DnU I MLnO •-—-. J B. Corsets i Bntterick Patterns *Z nMT^ a o Tri:' The Pioneer Merchants - - - Colfax, Washington F" 9t okln<" *nd"" _1 ■ 5 7 » Famous Munstng Underwear From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. U S to Hardiu Shobe, neq, 2-15 39 patent .... U S to Barton Fraeer Graham, ewq neq, nh seq, 18-19-41, patent U S to Barton Fraser Graham, eeq nwq, neq swq, lots 2 and 3 of 18-19 41, patent United States to Calvin W Small, nh nwq, Bwq nwq, nwq swq, 29 --15 44, receiver's receipt United States to Elizabeth J Lan caster, neq, 20-16 42, patent... U S to Alexander Siegel nh nwq 8-20 42, patent. Deeds. Kintua A Renfrew...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 October 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. L HUNTER, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the poatoffice at Colfax m second class matter. Subscription, $2.00 a year — 91.50 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 B:£> P-m- To Spokane «:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 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 TICKET National. For President: THEODORE KOOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. For Congress—Will K. Humphrey of Kin(?, Wesley L. Jones of Yakima and * rancia W. Cushman of Pierce. For Governor—Albert E. Mead of What- For Lieutenant Governor- Charles B. Coon of Jefferson. For Secretary of State-Sam H. Nichols of Snohomish. „.„ , For State Treasurer— George G. Mills of Thurston. _ __ _ r For State Auditor —0. W. Clauson of For Attorney General—John V. Atkinson of Chelan. _ , For Land Commissioner—L. W. Kobs of Cowlitz. For Supe...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 October 1904

ONE FARMER REASONS A Well Known Citizen Giyeg a Heart to Heart Talk. John C. Turner Writes an Open lietter to the Republican Farm ers of Whitman County. John C Turner, one of the ablest farm ers in Whitman county, a former mem ber of the legislature and one of the Htaunchest republicans in Eastern Wash ington, has sent The Gazette the follow ing communication, which we take pleasure in publishing. Mr. Turner ex presses his views in a clear, concise man ner, and they are worthy of the con sideration of every voter: An Open Letter I have watched with interest the dif ferent phases of the controversy for aud against restrictive railroad legislation in the state of Washington. At the present time it has reached what may be termed its acute stage. The republican friends of the commission idea have harped upon that point until they are ready to renounce fealty to our state ticket. The only inference to be drawn from their Hide of the discussion is that we are being devoured as a body poli...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 October 1904

6 PREMIUMS FOR THESE Awards Paid by the Whitman County Fair Association. Displays in Every Department Were Kxcellent — All Could Not Re ceive Premiums. The management of the Whitman County Fair Association has audited the premiums given at the tenth annual ex hibit. For the most part every depart roent wan well represented with displays, some very fine exhibits being shown. The judges were careful and painstaking uud all exhibitors are well pleased with the work done by them. It was no easy tank to make awards in some instances, there being ho many excellent displays. All claims for premiums must be made on or before December I, 1904. Claims presented after that date will not be al lowed by the association. The list of premium awards is as follows: The Prize Winners. Winona Mill- Flour, Ist Dip. Guy Milling Co. — Four, 2nd Dip. Ole Crawford- Trio Barred Plymouth Rock, Ist. $ 1 00 R. E. Bachanars — Trio White Plymouth Rock, 2nd Dip. R. E. Shearer — Trio Black Minorcas, Ist 1 00 Pekin...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 October 1904

All Around the County AIjBION AFFAIRS. (iiiy Finch, a farmer living near Al Won, died l»Ht Friday afternoon, Octo ber 21, of pneumonia. He had been ill le*<s tban a week. The funeral was held H t the Christian church. Pine Grove Qraoge, ol which Mr. Finch was a mem ber, having charge ol the arrangements. A pioneer of the Palouse country, Mr! Finch was well l-nown. He leaves a son nD d tvm daughteis. His wife died two jears au;o. A meeting of the college board wan held lure last Thursday, when business mattera pertaining to the opening of H.lwanlH college were discussed. A tjreat injustice was done when the insti tutiou was closed. A democratic rally was held here Mon day evening. The men who favored the ocearion as speakers gave a good clean ralk on the iHHueH of the day politically, hh Been from their standpoint. Little Fred Baldwin in recovering from a threatened attack of typhoid fever. Chester Farr is slowly recovering from his serious illness of typhoid pneumonia. The public...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 28 October 1904

8 NEW JERSEY ROADS. HOW THEIR IMPROVEMENT HAS BEN EFITED THE GARDEN STATE. Crops Quickly Marketed and Sold at Good I'roUta-Kurmi In Great De mand—The State Aid La-w For Road Improvement. Uobert A. dicker, the state super visor of roads fn New Jersey, says that the good roads in that state have aided In materially Increasing its popula tion. Commuters who formerly found It necessary to live near a railroad sta tion now in many cases live as far as five miles distant. The schools have b»>en strikingly benefited in the increase und regularity of attendance, and In many other ways the Interests of the state have been advanced. Though forty-second In area, New Jersey has, according to Mr. Meeker, twice as many miles of good roads as any state lv the I'nion. That is something for which the state may well be proud. It Is .said that in one neighborhood alone, Union county, the Improvement of the roads has changed values so greatly that men who a few years ago were struggling fanners, wit...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 November 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. YOUR CHi£ftS^ Needing more room we haVe decided to discontinue our CLOTHING LINE So to close it out will offer you bargains never heard of before. Below are a few of the good things $13.50 and $12.50 Men's Suits at $10.00 $16.50 and $15.00 Men's Suits at $12.50 $7.50 Young Men's Suits at $ 5.50 $16.50 Young Men's Suits at $13.50 $7.50 Boys' Suits at $ 5.50 $4.00 Boys' Suits at • $ 2.50 Don't Fail to Look these values over. It will pay you. FULL LINE OF ..Ladies', Gent's and Children's Underwear., Better values at lower prices than ever Before purchasing your supply of Underwear. See ours—[t Will Save you Money. Groceries - Fresh — A full line Always. Phoue Main ti£l. Colfax, Washington. ESTABLISHED 1883. The First National Bank COL.FAX, WASHINGTON Capital, Surplus and Profits, $120,000.00 WE ARE TWENTY-ONE TWENTY-ONE years ago The First National Bank of Oolfax was organized by Levi Ankeny, William Lippitt, Julius Lippitt, J. H. Bellinger, Char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 November 1904

9 CONDITIONS ARE GOOD Sinninaa.v of the Situation on the Western Side. Republicans Will Carry Pierce and Kink Counties by the Usual Handsome Pluralities. .1. N. Pickrell returned Sunday night from the Sound, alter completing his itinerary on the ntump in tht interest of the republican ticket in Central and Western Washington, and when seen by a Gazette reporter, in response to the iu quiry, "how are condition* where you have been?" said: "They are very good. The present indications are that Mead will carry the west side counties by anywhere from 15, --000 to 18,000, and, if conditions con tinue to improve until election as they have in the pant ten days, Mead will carry the west side by 20,000. Ten days ago Pierce county was the storm center on the west Hide, but the com mercial and business interests of Ta coma, realizing that unless Pierce county gave the republican congressional and state ticket the normal republican vote, they would lose their United States senator this winter a...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 November 1904

Democratic Canard Nailed. As the last week of the campaign closes republicans should be on their guard against the false statements and devices of democracy. Without an issue and basing their hopes of success on existing dissension among the republicans, they are now raising a sectional cry in the hopes of defeating two of the candidates on the republican ticket. The old county division h<ht is being rinsed and the proposition is made to republican voters of Colfax to trade off Mr. McCoy and Mr. Rupley because they are from Oakesdale and Pullman respec tively. Republicans, beware of any com binations with the enemy. Voters of Colfax, beware of gift-bearing Greeks! Did it ever occur to you that the democrats are full of suggestions of reasons why a republican should Bcratch this or that man on bis ticket, but never cau see any reason why a democrat should reciprocate. There are republi cans enough in Whitman county to give every man on the county ticket at least five hundred major...

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

4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. L. HUNTER, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered »t the postofflce at Colfax at second claaa 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. B:|£ P-m- To Spokane JOB a-m- 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow «:45 a.m. -^ P.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. REPUBLICAN TICKET {National. | For President:" fciEf^THEODORE ROOSEVELT. , fc£»'<s?*" (For Vice President.-; fit*^ HMjg.l CHARLESW. FAIRBANKS. —. ■ - >r Hvif £ iState. \TvZt Coßgresß—Will E. Humphrey of Kiner, Wesley L. Jonee of Yakima and Francis W. Cushman of Pierce. „ w ■ « txtl t For Governor-Albert E. Mead of What °For Lieutenant Governor-Charles E. Coon of Jefferson. _, „. , , t For Secretary of State-Sam H. Isichola of Snohomish. „... , For State Treasurer— George G. Mills ot F ™ °State Auditor —O. W. Claußon of For PAttorney General—Jodd D. Atkins...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 November 1904

George Turner's Record Against Labor. Senator George Turner ha?, forgct ten, perhaps, the part he played in a certain demonstration known to old residents of Spokane as "Broad Riot Day," when he told the representa tives of organized labor, on the floor of a public meeting, that their pres ence was an insult to the meeting, and asked that he be named on a commit tee of five sergeant-at-arms to see that they removed their "dirty presence" from his view. Mr. Turner was offended because tax-paying laborers desired certain public moneys taken from the banks and expended for the good of the com munity at large. He had attempted by injunction to prevent this action, and when the great body of citizens rose and demanded action he attempt ed, unavailingly, to stem the tide of events. in the fall of 1893, when money stringency first became severely felt in the city and the influence of the banks was against expending the pro ceeds of the sale of $1,200,000 bonds for the construction of the c...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 November 1904

TALES OF TURNER'S TRICKERY AND TREACHERY TERSELY TOLD. Members of the 1897 Legislature Tell Stories Under Oath of How George Turner's Election as Populist Senator From the State of Washington Was Accomplished. The Populist legislature of 1897 elected George Turner, a rich man, to the United States senate. Rumors of doodling and corruption were preva lent nil over the state in connection with Turner's election. These rumors were so persistent that the Populist house cii representatives appointed an: Investigating committee to look into; the matter. Hon. John H. Powell, Re- j publican repre entative from King county, was chairman of the Investi gating committee. The committee, under Mr. Powell's direction, went to work vigorously and at the first sitting made so strong a showing that Sena tor-elect Turner's friends took alarm and within ■ few days after the In vestigation began, succeeded in crowd- Ing a resolution through the house of representatives discontinuing the en- j tire proc...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 November 1904

Republican Candidate for Governor. HON. A. E. MEAD

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 November 1904

All Around the County KIiBEKTON ETCHINGS. The republicans held a rally in the town hall Saturday, which was largely attended and v#ry enthusiastic. W W Renfrew presided. Addresses ou state and county iaMea were made by John Canutt of Penawawa and tieoree fun held of Tekoa. B The prune dryer is now running in full blHft and about thirty men and boys an-employed. W. K. Allen and bin son Harry Allen of Eugene, Ore., are in charge. The prunes are of unusual good quality, the crop is very heavy and good price* are being paid for the green fruit. The capacity of the dryer is not great eaoogb to save all the fruit, although by working day and night shifts it is thought very little will be lost. M)*h Bessie Carter's many friends will regret to learn of her serious illness at the borne of an aunt in Spokane. Her Bother. Mr*. W. H. Carter, was called to attend her last week. Bibertoa is to Jiave a Thanksgiving wedding. The contracting parties will be Minn Gertrude ("lark and Leonard Hunsucker...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 4 November 1904

8 A Sensational SKIRT SALE Again must all competition give way to the progressive store and its tremendous buying advantages. This is the season of the year when our eastern buyers are the busiest, as it is always at this time that the manufacturers wish to clean up their stock to prepare for spring trade "IT" I Last week one manufacturer offered to the highest BIDDER for CASH Every Boy's KIICC Mm Nineteen Hundred Walking Skirts TO 2™?J"d on t /1 www\ And our buyers carried off* the plum. The price being the net cost of ~3^^^^ZlZ~ Jl? If m 1 material to the manufacturer, which is just about one-half of their regular j— — —r-i 4MjhL^ J wholesale 1 price • OUR PORTION H We state positively that if bought f „ J iv/iviiv/. regularly those Skirts would sell fj Mj \ Mgg^-1 120 SKIRTS A "«,»„» M Qdf^Aii ■Pottl^notft Has just arrived. They are all \ w\^\\ * And we guarantee you that you UVI hateen retticoats mad€ ; from this season , s : \m£\ will no* find like Skirfcs at our II i flgAk\/ c...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 November 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. f£*z==^£X, LIGHT OVERCOATS FOR n.' a f\> [ /)/V& V\ that are smart and snappy in style, ° IrJ / oVf^^u handsome and durable in fabric, and $Wj?* 0 !*V l£\Jr\ splendidly lined and finished are il M^ TVn I 1 /I rea<iy 'or y°u at Brown & Kimball's \^rmft I li*W~ l%ft II We take the utmost pride and pleas j£gs\ 'W Jfl 1I \ ure in recommending these superb ■%>tyj l\ /H If garments, ag we;know, considering '*$%■$ f\ =. Wk \\lh* tne law fi Bureß at which they are %#" i\j t^hJln ' ' priced, that they are (exceptionally WPrVwfMT .;. jp^'. good values. Needing more room we have decided to discontinue our CLOTHING LINE, so to close it out will offer you bargains never heard of before. Below are a few of the good things $13.50 and $12.50 Men's Suits at $10.00 $10.50 and $15.00 Men's Suits at $12.50 $7.50 Young Men's Suits at $ 5.50 $16.50 Young Men's Suits at $13.50 $7.50 Boys' Suits at $ 5.50 $4.00 Boys' Suits at ' $ 2.50 Phoue Main Hi I...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 November 1904

t LARGE VOTE WAS CAST Republicans Carry Whitman by a Splendid Majority. Pluralities From 161 to 1063 — Democrats Elect Auditor and One Representative. Election passed off quietly in every part of Whitman county aud the eutire republican ticket, with the exception of V. B. McDowell, was successful, as was also the legislative ticket, with the ex ception of G. C. Kenttyer, who was de feated by T. E. White by 5 votes. Whit man's delegation to the next legislature will be as follows: Senator—Eighth dis trict, G. B. Wilson of Pullmaii (hold over); Ninth district, H. M. Boone of Palouse. Reprt'Hfiitativet- —Seventh dis trict, Pater McGregor of Hooper and Leroy Stilson of Diamond; Eighth dis trict, E. E. Smith and T. E. White, both of St. Johu. Mr. White will be the "lone democrat from Whitman" next winter Of the 63 preciucts in the county all have reported excepting Seats and Lone Pine. Sixty-one precincts give the fol lowing vote: For sheriff—Joe Canutt, 3024; J. H. Davis, 27()7; Canutt'...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 November 1904

LIPPITT BROTHERS Important Bargain News We try to tell it in type, but it can't be done! Nothing but a personal visit to this great store can adequately convey to you the magnitude of these big bargains! Ten minutes observation beats ten columns of description! Come and see—that's all, just come and see! AGENTSFOR I IPPITT RRnTUCDQ I agents FOß Thompson Glove Pitting Corsets I I § §f I | I 1 Jill m f ■ %§^ lm a^% Famous Munsing Underwear factor 1 VM The Pioneer Merchants - - - Colfav, Washingtov ZZZI Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States to Ezra J Thurber, wh swq 34-14-40, patent Deeds. Joseph B Humphrey toSanford H Smith, lot 4 blk 3, Wiley's add Palouse $ 1250 Joseph B Humphrey toSanfordH Smith,und hf lot 3 blk 3,Wiley's add Palouse 1250 \V H Wagley to Samuel L Scott, l«>te 8 9 10 blk 1 Fairview add Tekoa 200 Katie Primus to Jacob Kinzer, pt fiwq neq 7-12-46 1200 E 8 Allen to J F Betts, two tracts in neq 15, one tract in nwq 14 --15 44 1000 N P Ry Co to Myron N Knnppen burg,...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 11 November 1904

I COLFAX GAZETTE W. L. HUNTER, PUBLISHER. RgtablUhed, 1877. Ruterod at the poatoffice at Collax ai secoud 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. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. 8:15 P-™- To Spokane «:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:45 am. 8:16 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. 3:45 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. All of 'em couldn't win ! How do you like the result 1 It was a nice day; where were the democrat*? Mr. Parker wan a "safe man"—to leave at home. Did you get your moneys worth of campaign reading ? Four more years of Teddy and re publican prosperity ! A fight for right should never be ended until a victory has been won. Keep on working for a railway com mission, if you are satisfied that is what you want. There has been quite a bunch of "love's labor lost" by the democrats She past few weeks. Now that the election is over sporting men will have to turn th...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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