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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 December 1904

Advantages of Baby Beef Professor R. S. Shaw of the Michigan Agricultural college says in Michigan Farmer: According to our understanding of the term baby beef, It was primarily Intended to apply to well finished Bteers and heifers at twelve months of ap> or thereabout and ranging in weight from «JOO to I.OOU pounds. Two things are essential to this classifica tion -the animal must be young and it must be well finished. The chief advantage is that of economy in production. The fact that I lit- most economical gains are made in early Ufe has been established beyond ■a. doubt I rom a purely financial standpoint the producer secures an advantage In that the returns from animals finished us baby beeves come back to him one thlrd to one-half sooner than when the animals are matured and marketed at from tucnty-tive to thirty months of age, and the returns are proportionate ly greater. Where baby beef is produced the pastures can be devoted almost solely to the use of the producing fema...

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. — 16 December 1904

6 MANY BILLS ALLOWED Monthly Keport of the Comity Commissionern. Application For Saloon license at liaCrosne Kejecled. —Many Koad. Macters. Pursuant to adjournment the board of county commissioners of Whitman county, Washington, met on the sth day of December A. D., 1904, meinbiyg Klem gard and Sherfey being present. The resignation of A. B. Willard as chairman of the board of county com iiiiesiouers wns accepted and J. B. Klera gard was elected chairman of the board of coiiiiniHHioners. The following claims were examined and allowed on the current expenee fund : General Claims. AlexandtT.J K,taking prisoner toColfax $ 28 30 Alcxnnder. J X, ■erriee tor sheriff « 05 Bramwell Brett, Kupi>lieH for treasurer... 500 Hramwell Bros, supplies for co. clerk 7 .JO Bramweli Bros, ■uppliea lor sheriff 10 50 Hraniwell Bros, supplies for co. auditor. 2 f>o RrHinwell Bro«, .supplies for pros. attv.. 247 Barroll «fc Mohney, supplies for court house " ;>0 Bach, John, livery for sheriff 3 00...

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

COUNTY CULLINGS. Tho four year old daughter of Editor and Mrs. C. C. Hamerly of Palouse died Thursday of last week after an illness of two fiuonths. Farmington has purchased a new chemical fire prigine. The bank of Badieott has received a new steel burglar proof safe to replace the oue wr.cked by burglars recently. Thd new high school building at (Jar field i* nearly completed, and the furnace for heuting the building in being installed I'ALOISK NOTES. Friday was mi unlucky day iv the logging camp of the Potlatcfa eompauy above PalotMfe. A falling tree killed a horse, and two hours later another fall ing tree broke the leg of Mike ftftibea HewuH taken to the l'aloueo hospital and h improving. J. Roberta died at the I'alouw hos pital from the effects of typhoid fever last Wednesday. The remains were sent to the borne of his paieuts iv Michigan He was employed in the saw Bills here and was very popular. HUBiIAKD ITEMS. Justice Lyons wan out on a profee eiouul call .SutiriHy oight. Mr....

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 16 December 1904

Q TIMELY HINTS HERE^ npLJp tZTAIO9^ f ™ XJl"* FOR SANTA CLAUS 1 1 1C( ~.f-\.irV^^ HOLIDAY GOODS V J V J CUP I $£TPiyf A Q HI II I IT TPIM For tlie last month of 1904 it is our aim to make it the busiest one in the history of this store. We are prepared better than ever before to serve you satisfactorily. No more complete assortment of "useful," "sensible" and "appropriate" mer chandise for Christmas Presents can be found anywhere. Our stocks have been selected with great care, with an eye to pleasing our customers. We begin now to offer innumerable "bargain opportunities" from our winter stocks—and we urge you to come and do your shopping early instead of waiting until the last week, when the big rush is on and many of the best things are gone. Below we enumerate a few of the many bargains we are ottering: Your Choice of Our Entire Stock of Women's Coats and Suits AT EXACTLY HALF PRICE Gift Hints for Xmas Buyers] Don't Miss This Christmas (what simii i Give? . . Head over this Bulle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 December 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TVVKNTY-KmHTH YEAH. * 1 ' ":: ft-jj: ! For Holiday Presents We call your attention to the following useful and at tractive articles, appropriate for HOLIDAY GIFTS, which we have in Stock: H= Quick Heat The Top of a Range is what you- want on crisp HSSL. mornings After h sudden „ a . . ... . „ flfjlillifc charg* This is another de- Does tour fifths of the work. It ma n(i that will show the is always in v*.. r^s2fe»-"^ss^p ' excellence of ■Rl Dole'S Original Hot The Monarch p||g| iIIUfUU UUUVulJmiiiiiii malleable iron, heals so ,_.— 1 iftfßjfpjsl^ - «*Mr^3 -ri v *.j * u/^ j quickly that the work is )F~" |," '„'.--l.arri^^y ^jgilggW|g. Hi, room h^ted to HI) Jr- J * itn t burni (vl)t 1 |Tp*^g2l /M^^^^ grees in hve mfnu*en, and this the fire box and waging l^lKf^M ggg-^ temperature maintained for f , , t wj|| n()t „r )), k > "a^t^fk£J lJ| fe JP^l^S|. hr7 h ho.ou ™ °. th«»orn'n K*ith break nor warp with even *.* idafc^jd WTOT^TI th, fu,l put into the stove the - tjm...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 December 1904

All Around the County ALBION AFFAIRS The citizens of Albion and the busi ng* mea arc discussing the enction of a building suitable for banking quarters and to be the home of the different lodgM here also. The different churches of Albion hold their Christmas tree festivities together at Edwards College, Saturday evening. The college is being handsomely decor nied with evergreen* and flags this week, and everything is being done to make the occasion a pleasant oue for the children. An old gentleman named Cannutt, who rer-ided alone here, was taken last week, and friends from Colfax came and removed him where he could have proper care. Henry M'-.rtin went to Spokane last Sunday. Johnny Barton was here from Ken *irii-k lunt week. Viihh Hilati Pattiaoa is home from Spokane (or the holidays. The hard wind of last week took out the whole front of Standard Hall. Tne porch and roof coiapsed also. The linemen were busy adjusting the telephone wires here last week after the wiiitl'n havoc wit...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 December 1904

A MERRY XMAS .. A HAPPY NEW YEAR.. ■j ■ J^_ "^T "■■ AGENTS FOR I IQQI -| 1- PDnTUCTDO I AGENTS FOR Thompson Glove Fitting Corsets I f< :i $ I I f I! _^m I Jf fg H^ ff"*C J^^ Famous Munsing Underwear ssa__Mr ■ "■lvy s ' IL-I»^ u«-_«« faTorser 10™ The Pioneer Merchants - - - Colfax, Washington From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States to Fried rich Ehrlich wwq 25-16-41 , patent United States to Wm A Cornelius, Beg seq 8-16-42, patent Deeds. W C Baker to R W Hastings, 360 acres land near St John, lease. . Jacob Slaght to J X McCornaek part lot 10 of 1-16 45; part blk 43 Power's add Palouse $ 100 G W Peddycord to Geo La Vigne, lots 13-i4 blk 16 Beach's add Palousc.. 200 1 Jt»f-t & Wateon to Chae McDowell et al lot 11 blk 12 Tekoa, lease Robert L Mi'Croskey to James C Bowman nwq 5 17 43 5600 H S Hollingeworth to George W Larue lote 3-4 5 and part 6 blk 34 and tract 700 Btate of Washington to John Weber lotß 3-4 and wh seq 16 --12-46 ;... 1409 Win W Doling to L J...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 December 1904

* COLFAX GAZETTE W. L HUNTER. PUBLISHER. RstablUhed, 1877. Entered at the postofflce »t Colfax an Hocoud 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. MS p.m. To Spokane <>:15 a.m. 4:o<> p.m. To lVndleton 10:45 am. 8; 15 p.m. From Moacow 9:46 a.iv. /l:4"> p.m To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. Intei-Htate Commerce Commission The president* annual message to congress contains ■ strong plan for the enactment of legiHlation to strengthen the powers of the Interstate Commerce (ommiHrtion. The recommendation i« directly in accord with the legislation an embodied in the Qaarles-Gooper bill and an advocated by the commercial bodies of the country. The Uaz.-tte quotes the following extract from the message: "Ah the law now stands the commis sion simply possess the bare, power to denounce a particular rate as unreason able. While I a>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 December 1904

WOM4NS, MRS. MARY BAKER G. EDDY. Konnder and Leader of the Christian Science l<< iijclon. Mrs. Maiy Baker Glover Eddy, foun .!or and discoverer of Christian Sci ence, the leader of a religious denomi nation already eight in number Id the United States, was born at How N. 11.. July 10, LB2l. During the firsi half of her life she was afflicted witb iil health. Death took her first hus band a few months after marriage, and then through poverty she was obliged to surrender her only sou. Uei maiden name was Mary Morse Baker iler first husband was George W. Glo ver of Wilmington, X. <;. Ten yeura later Bhe married l>r. Daniel Patter son, who in IMJ7 deserted her to run MBS. MAIIT BAKER GI/OYEH ttDDT. away with a married woman. Mrs, Patterson secured a divorce and re Bunted the name of her first husband, in 1877 siio married l>r. Asti Gilbert Eddy of Boston, who died in 18S2. in LBB6 she made her discovery of Christian Science, published her fa tuous book, "Science and Healt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 December 1904

6 Bhe Salvation Of "Whitey" Bowen *A > ———————^——^—— — —^— By HOWARD FIELDING Copyright. 1904. by Chart. W. Hooke CIIKRE was a woman whom destiny appointed to be the salvation of ••Whitey" Howen, and a very remarkable ap pointment it was. Had 1 been in Bes '•Uiy's place I should not have selected her for such a service. She would have seemed to me much more likely to destroy than to save him or any other man in whom she happened t<> take an Interest. Yet aside from a •Ingle instance of heartless and mer cenary conduct I know nothing repre hensible that she ever did. She was in fact a mystery. She ar rived in the rough little city of Caril lon. N. M.. on the edge of an October afternoon and went to the Merchants' hotel, where she wrote upon the regis ter, "Mrs. (Vlia (/orne and maid." The maid came a few hours .Inter by a train from the opposite direction. She was a colored woman of middle age and of a singularly somber demeanor. There was an ill founded rumor after ward tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 23 December 1904

7 THE WORK IS STARTED Colfax's New Water Syatem Be- ing Constructed. Fnglneer Miller Hua Force of Men At Work at the Sprit k Above Blbartoa. The first work on the new water system j Colfax is to have was started last Men d/iy Btoraiag when a furce of 10 men be gan the building of a concrete wall around the spring above Elberton. En gineer G. N. Miller whom thecttj coun cil has employed to sup.-rvwe the install atiou of the new wafer pipe line baa se cured the services of 11. F. Schultz to superintend the work. Mr. Schultz hat* lately Bniahed the work ol putting in a lie* water enpply system at Adams, Or , and Colfax is fortunate in securing a nan so well qualified to do the work. B. C. Jacobs of Dillon, Mont., who —cored the contrast for the digging of the ditch will also employ Mr. Schultz us superintendent of their share of the work. Mr. Jacobs in expected to arrive in Colfax today, and work ou the ditch will proceed at once. It might be well to qualify the first paragraph of thin...

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

8 AT THE SNAKE ROCK MINE By FRANK H. SWEET (npif) igi.t. ISM, '"/ FYttnft ti. iSiceet Joyce Killiau was only two weeks from a select boarding school in tht cast where the young ladies were zeal onsiy guarded from all contact with the rough outside world. Vet this morning she was tearing down Snake Uock canyon upon v mustang, uot three months from a broncho bu«tter, with gaudy, cumbersome horse trap pings that had been brought up from Mexico more as a curiosity than for use. But there was no fear, no self con sciousness in her face, and Instead of trying to check the mustang her hand went out from time to time to stroke and pat its neck encouragingly as tier voice urged it "ii. When she left the canyon she struck a more level country, and here the mustang was let out to its full speed. Bedrock was still ten miles away, and she must reach it and be back to the mine before night It was already well on toward noon Bedrock was a one street town which commenced and ended in tents, with a ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 December 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWEXTY-KIGHTH YEAR. For Holiday Presents We call yojir attention to the following useful and at tractive articles, appropriate for HOLIDAY GIFTS, which we have in Stock: * Quick Heat The Top of a Range in wh»t you want on eiiep inoruinira after a midden „ , „,i L ... . „ chnng" This is another de- four hffhs of the work. It manri that will nbow the IH alw«yß 1D ÜBP- Cole's Original Hot The Monarch fgf| TTIQCIt StfIVPQ arch top hin« made of : -§Rs|lt -UlCluU iJUuVOOmiimi malleable iron, heMn ho ~~ 7 '&58-SHB2J,, tv v 4. i * un i quickly that the work is §—; *" ~ -■■ ._..■_ ._-.-:^S&> The room heated to HO de- j h b(irnjn om { trees in five minuten, and thm fhfl flrp box nnd wasti \^J^!;ftlf|Ji temperature maintained for f , j .„ t cra( . k tkrae boon in the morning with b k Wft wjth |L H4aliaai th,. fuel put into the Htove the h timpH abuM that !*_^ i hi? AJf \SntH fo'rTviHM would.'destroy' other kind*. In Carvers X /^^ For the Boys We have the finest \...

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. — 30 December 1904

9 CITi DADS TO MB.T Old Council Will Uo and New Will Come In. Bur l.itth' Change Will Re Made in Offices -Dan lilewellyn For Assistant Marshal. The regular council neetil z will be held in the council rooms in Colfax next Monday night. It will be the last meet ing of the old council. On the following night the new couri'il will meet and formal!; organise. With the exception of one councilman and the mayor the penonel of both bodies will be the same Mr. (ieo. Lurue will succeed Mr. J Cairns as eouncilnvin-at large, while Mr Davenport will raceeed Mr. Van Schoiek as chief executive officer of the city. At the Tuesday night meeting the new mayor will name bifl appointees to tin minor positions in the city's executive fttnff. As already stated he will appoint J. Hrooka Mackev as city marshal. For assistant marshal he will name Dan Llewellyn who has served as extra officer on the local police force several times There is no likelihood that there will be •ay other changes made by the mayo...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 December 1904

WATr.H FOR LIPPITT BROTHERS ADVERTISEMENT JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE r o it MONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITIES From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. United States to Lizzie Oche, eh ewq 12-17-10, patent United Maien to Wm Stephenson, neq 22-19 41, patent. United S'.aies to Fred Schoeff, nwq 8-14 40, reciever's patent. . United States to Jae L Simmons, patent, sb ewq, wh seq 20-12-45 Deeds. Thoe H Elliß to J G Vaughan. lota 8,9,20,21, blk 2 Bell & Bailey's add Uakesdale $ 425 Western Estates Co to Abraham Ohn, all 21-20-44, contract.... 21,700 W S Batterton to Samuel J Mc- Coy, part seq 15-19 44 1 S J M< Coy to VV fcl Batterton, part Beg 15 19 44 1 John L Meteker et al to Thomas I) Batty, tract in nwq 713 44.. . 700 James JCiillahan to Robert L Vanoice, part ewq neq, nwq seq, seq uwq, ttwq neq 20 18-45 10 Pu.ul Acki-rinau to Alexander Nail, | ewq 18 15 46 5600 R VV rbotupoon to Lewis H Jud eon, wh 35-17 39 4SOO John C Norris to Maggie A Tor ranct\ Its 1,2,3,4, blk I Diamond. 350 ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 December 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE W. L. HI'NTER, PUBLISHER. Kstublinb.vi . l rt77. Entered at the pomoffice at Coliax hk itecoud class matter. Subscription. $2.00 a year- SI.-"iO 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 Portlauil *:l. r. P.m. To .Spokane <>:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pcndlrtun 10:4. r» am. X;] r >p.m. From Moscow y:4r>a.m. 3:45 p m. To Moscow 10.50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. The (iHzette wishes its readers all "A Happy New Year." Among the handsome Christmas edi tions received at this ofllce was The Evergreen, a college paper issued by the gfudentH of the V\ achington Agricultural College at Pullman. The cover was de signed by the editor, Frank Kreager.and was particularly Htriking. The Ever green is one of the best college papers we have seen. Editor (iwynn of the (iarb'eld Enter prise is a very bright man and in the author of v book, culled "The Gold of Ophir," that baH had quite a eale. Bat when he...

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

WHEN BESSIE CHURNED By BLANCHE SEYMOUR ffpuriaht, mo*. /.,/ t. c. MtQmn Bessie .Martin was the only daughter, and only child for that matter, of Farmer Martin and his wife. She had come home from the academy on her summer vacation, and ut nineteen years old she was handsome enough and cute enough to turn the heads of a dozen .voting men between daylight and dark. Ever since her sixteenth birthday she had been "somewhat engaged," as she expressed it. to Will Burt, son of the village merchant, nnd previous to her going to school he had driven out to the farm once or twice every week. Farmer Martin and his wife had looked upon It an a case of "calf love" and had neither encouraged nor dis couraged, but when three years had passed in the same fashion things had n |>\ ! "good FOB \ov, gal!" exclaimed a HOUGH VOICE AT THE DOOK. begun to look more serious. The en gagement was announced, with tlio consent of the patents on both sides. Love did not run smoothly, however. Bessie wanted to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 December 1904

6 QUESTION OF INCOME By BELLE MANIATES Copyright. 1904. by BeQe Mamatc* On "butter day" little Susie Bradley always wiped the breakfast dishes. She wa« making but little progress with that occupation now, however, by reason of running to look out the win dow every few minutes. Although she took a handful of silver, a platter or a pile of plates with her on each trip, wiping as she went, shs was not keep ing pace with Hosie, the help, who was washing the dishes. "I vow, Susie, this is th" tenth time you have gone to that window!" "Oh, I can't wait to see her!" sighed Susie. "1 am so afraid the train is late." The coming of the city cousin. Kath lyn Kandall, was always an event. The viHit generally occurred in strawberry or harvest tiuie, but what could have induced her to come to the farm in November was beyond t he combined conjectures of the Randall family. She had written a short note saying she would be there that morning for a long visit. "Cau hardly wait for what, Susie.-" aske...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 30 December 1904

All Around the County KIiBKItTON ETCHINGS. Miss Carrie Johnson, who has been at teliding the state normal school at Bel liogbam, has returned to her home here find may resume teaching again. Th.- Allen evaporating company has closed its dryer here after a long and successful run. Although the capacity <»f the plant was greatl.\ increased at the beginning of the season, yet a few grow ers lost some of their fruit, although the greater portion of the crop was cared for. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Allen, who have been in El berton throughout the season, have gone to Boine. Idaho, where another dryer is op-rated and where other mem bers of th'l family reside. Mins (lilbraith, one of the teachers in the public Kbool, left Saturday for Walla Walla to spend her holiday vaca tiou with relatives Mr. imd Mrs. Dale McDonald and baby spent Christmas with Mrs. McDon ald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.Bodine The family of W. W. Renfrew enjoyed a pleasant family retmioa on Ch...

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

8 Commences Saturday, and Continues for Two Weeks. r A Clean Up On Women's "\ TANUARY is considered by most stores to be a dead ( a Clean Up On T7" • 1 i^i *J month, and,no efforts are made to make it otherwise. JVld (jTIO YeS Not so with this store. We are not willing to crawl L^Ol'SeiS $1.50 Gloves for 89 cents into our hole and lie dormant until spring. We believe that 51.48 Values (or 79 cents. As we intend to carry the famous Tre- business Cilll be done ill this SO-fllllcd dull month, and We are This line is made up from a number fousse exclusively, all other lines will be going alter it with a vim that we know will meet with favor °nims thatJ;\' e have df df uot to f ll7 closed out at once. You will find here f & . „ . „ , , . TTTI v next year. They are all American Lady such makes as the Simmons Glove—the from all economically inclined people 111 VVllltmail COUllty. Corsets. The styles are right—straight La Kowe, and other Gloves —all warrant- . . . . lnmt alß* Longfellow...

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